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Stephanie Miller

Comedian and Political Commentator
Female
Born Sep 29, 1961

Stephanie Miller is an American comedian and host of The Stephanie Miller Show, a progressive talk radio program produced in Los Angeles and syndicated nationally by Dial Global, and simulcast on television on the Current TV cable network. In 2012, Talkers magazine ranked her the 11th most important radio talk show host in America.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1961 Birth Born on September 29, 1961.
1964 2 Years Old Miller was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up on Willow Street in Lockport, New York. She is the daughter of Stephanie (Wagner) and former U.S. Representative William E. Miller, who was Barry Goldwater's running mate in the 1964 presidential election and a Chairman of the Republican National Committee. … Read More

TWENTIES

1984 22 Years Old Early in her career, Miller had several small acting jobs, such as appearing as a nun in the 1984 TV movie Shattered Vows and as a nurse in the 1981 horror film Happy Birthday to Me. … Read More
1985 23 Years Old Miller returned to Lockport for an on-air job at radio station WLVL. In 1985 she went to WCMF in Rochester, New York to work as "Sister Sleaze" on the Brother Wease Show. … Read More

THIRTIES

1993 31 Years Old In 1993, Miller was hired by talk station KFI in Los Angeles, where she achieved high ratings with her own weeknight radio show.
1995 33 Years Old In the autumn of 1995, Miller became one of the few women to host her own late night television talk show, The Stephanie Miller Show syndicated by Buena Vista Television. … Read More
1997 35 Years Old Miller returned to Los Angeles radio in 1997, first at KTZN and then at KABC. … Read More
2000 38 Years Old In 2000, the game show I've Got a Secret was revived on the Oxygen cable TV network with Miller as host. … Read More

FORTIES

2004 42 Years Old In September 2004, The Stephanie Miller Show was launched by Democracy Radio and WYD Media Management. … Read More
2006 44 Years Old …  Her best friend wrote a children's book inspired by Miller's St. Bernard Chester; Chester died a few months before the book's release in mid-2006. … Read More
2007 45 Years Old 1 More Event
Sirius Satellite Radio, which had been running Miller during prime time hours (afternoon commute time) on their liberal "LEFT" channel 146, canceled her show in November 2007.
2008 46 Years Old In late January 2008 her show on "Green 960" KKGN, San Francisco's Air America outlet, was cut from three hours to one. … Read More
2009 47 Years Old 1 More Event
After an offhand remark by Miller on November 12, 2009 that she was having trouble packing up her house to move to New York elicited questions on her online blog, it was formally announced that Miller would travel back and forth between New York City and Los Angeles.
2010 48 Years Old On Friday, May 28, 2010, Stephanie announced on her radio show that "in July" she will be moving back to Los Angeles. … Read More

FIFTIES

2012 50 Years Old On March 5, 2012, Current TV announced that the show would be simulcast on the network's new morning block as Talking Liberally: The Stephanie Miller Show beginning March 26, 2012.
2013 51 Years Old Her final Current TV broadcast was on August 15, 2013, as the channel became Al Jazeera America on August 20, 2013.
2014 52 Years Old 1 More Event
The show moved to Free Speech TV on January 6, 2014 after a successful Indiegogo campaign by both Miller and Free Speech to raise the money needed to buy equipment and produce the TV side of the show.
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