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Name  Broderick Miller
Role  Screenwriter
Movies  Wedlock

Broderick Miller
Full Name  Broderick Miller
Occupation  Screenwriter/President & Artistic Director - Silver Lake Children's Theatre Group
Children  Izzy Miller Maddie Miller

Broderick Miller is an American screenwriter, known for his television and feature work and for being co-founder, President and Artistic Director of the Silver Lake Children’s Theatre Group. 

Son of actor Frank Warren and godson to Warren’s, Academy Award-winnng actor Broderick Crawford (Best Actor All the King's Men, 1949), attending Claremont McKenna College where he earned degrees in Film and Political Science. Armed only with a bottle of Johnny Walker Black Label scotch, Miller sneaked backstage at a 1975 production of The Seagull in the London West End (starring Helen Mirren, Joan Plowright and Frank Finlay) just to thank Anderson for making his favorite movie, O Lucky Man! Impressed by Miller’s passion and genuineness, Anderson adopted him as a protégé, changing Miller’s life forever. Mr. Miller worked as Anderson's personal assistant before serving as First Assistant Director on Mr. Anderson’s last feature film, The Whales of August (1987). 

Mr. Miller’s first screenplay, Deadlock (1991 - titled Wedlock internationally) was made into an HBO movie starring Rutger Hauer and Mimi Rogers and he also served as Associate Producer.  His other screenwriting work includes Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice and Deadlocked: Escape from Zone 14. plus the TV pilots for Deadwood (unrelated to the HBO show of the same name) and Don't Be Cruel. He has also been developing his script The Escape Artist with Steven Spielberg for DreamWorks. Mr. Miller also wrote the short subject Grandfather’s Birthday (2000) which won a Regional Emmy Award from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Minnesota chapter.

In 2001, Mr. Miller co-founded the Silver Lake Children’s Theatre Group (SCTG) as a means for young actors to explore the human condition through challenging themes, material, staging and characters.

Filmography

1987 "The Whales Of August" First Assistant Director

1991 "Deadlock" Screenplay/Associate Producer/Cameo appearance

1993 "Don't Be Cruel" Screenplay

1995 "Deadlocked: Escape From Zone 14" Story/Teleplay

2000 "Grandfather's Birthday" Writer/Emmy Winning

2002 "Slap Shot 2: Breaking The Ice" Screenplay/Cameo appearance

2002 "Slap Shot 2: Behind The Glass" Himself/Documentary Short

2005 "Wal-Mart: The High Cost Of Low Prices" Special thanks

References

Broderick Miller Wikipedia


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