Larry Miller

Who is Larry Miller?

Larry Miller is a stand-up comedian, actor, columnist, and podcaster from the United States. Larry Miller is most known for his roles in 10 Things I Hate About You (1999), Pretty Woman (1990), and The Nutty Professor (1991).

Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education of Larry Miller

Larry Miller was born on October 15, 1953, in Valley Stream, New York (Long Island).

He is of American nationality and Jewish ancestry.

There is no information regarding his parents, however, his grandmothers were from Latvia and his grandfather was from Austria, according to legend.

He was born in New York and spent his youth there.

He received his education at Valley Stream South High School on Long Island, New York.

Amherst College, which is located in Amherst, Massachusetts, was also attended.

Net Worth and Salary of Larry Miller

Larry Miller has a net worth of $2 million, however, his salary has not been disclosed.

Larry Miller
Larry Miller posing for a photo. Source: E! Online

Relationship Status 

Larry Miller is a husband and father of two children. Eileen Conn is his wife.

Eileen Conn is a writer for television. They married in 1993 after dating for a long period.

They have two children as proof of their love as a happily married couple.

Professional Career 

Larry Miller began his career as a character actor with the project’stuck up to suck up.’

His first television appearance was as the Emcee on “Fame.” He appeared in the Pretty Woman scene as the primary character.

He played Walter Stratford in the film 10 Things I Hate About You.

He has also appeared in a number of other films as a supporting actor.

He appeared in several films as a supporting actor, including carrying On Columbus, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps, The Nutty Professor, and Max Keeble’s Big Move.

He appeared in the film 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter as Tommy, Kyle’s overbearing father.

In addition to acting, he is a writer for various series, including Uncommon Sense (2005), Pros & Cons (1999), and Just Words (1999).

From 2002 to 2004, he published The Weekly Standard, a biweekly magazine.

For the frequently forwarded emails in January 2002, he parodied many anti-war cliches of the time.

He did Larry Miller’s stand-up performance from the 1990s.

He was a commentator as well as a weekly podcaster on the Carolla Digital Network.

Later that month, in April 2012, he had a brain injury, which caused the This Week with Larry Miller episodes to be delayed.

He was taken to the hospital and placed in a coma.

He revealed that he was recovering in January 2013.

On January 9, 2013, he returned to The Larry Miller Show after recovering from the sickness.

Height, Weight & Body Measurement 

According to his bodily measurements. Larry Miller stands 5 feet 11 inches tall.

His hair is salt and pepper, and his eyes are emerald. There is no information available on his weight or shoe size.

Social Media Status

He is active on Facebook and Twitter, but not on other social media platforms such as Instagram.

He has more than 4.7 k followers on Facebook and has more than 17.1k followers on Twitter.

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Quick Facts of Larry Miller

  • He is married to Eileen Conn. Eileen Conn is a television writer.
  • As a happily married couple, they have two children as a sign of their love.
  • He performed the stand-up routine that Larry Miller did in the 1990s.
  • Later in April 2012, he had a head injury which made This Week with Larry Miller shows delayed.
  • After he was back from the disease he resumed the show The Larry Miller Show on January 9, 2013.
  • He has a net worth of $2 Million but his salary is yet to be revealed.