Dennis Miller is an American stand-up comedian, political/sports commentator and television/radio personality who rose to fame as a cast member of Saturday Night Live in the late 1980s, and subsequently hosted a string of his own talk shows on HBO, CNBC and in syndication.
Miller is heard five days a week on his nationally syndicated radio talk show, The Dennis Miller Show. He is also a regular contributor to the FOX News Channel.
Miller is a five-time Emmy Award winner for his critically acclaimed half-hour, live talk show Dennis Miller Live. He also wrote and starred in the Emmy-nominated cable comedy special Raw Feed, his sixth such special.
He was the host and executive producer of CNBC's Dennis Miller, a topical interview talk show featuring reasoned discourse, opinion and humour. Additionally, Miller has appeared on many politically-oriented television talk shows.
He has also been cast in films, usually in dramatic roles, most notably in 1994's Disclosure, 1995's The Net, and 1996's Murder at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
In October 2001, HarperCollins published the fourth edition of Miller's popular rants, The Rant Zone. Miller's previous books, I Rant Therefore I Am, Ranting Again and The Rants have all been New York Times best sellers.
For two seasons, Miller called the plays alongside Al Michaels and NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Fouts on Monday Night Football. He was also the Weekend Update correspondent on Saturday Night Live for six years, before exiting in 1991.
He was the host of the short-lived television game show Amnesia, in 2008.
Miller has been married to Ali Epsleysince 10 April, 1988. The couple have two children.