With over 200 credits, Craig Miller has worked in live-action & animation, written scripts, developed series, and more.
He’s worked directly with such creative forces of nature as George Lucas and Jim Henson and on every kind of project from a syndicated magic special to stage productions to Sesame Street but the majority of his work is in animation and live-action TV. His 104 episode series Pocket Dragon Adventures was seen 7 days a week on the BBC and in over 100 countries around the world. He spent 3 years writing the Emmy-winning Curious George for PBS. For that series, the first DVD releases are titled after his episodes and new Curious George books have been written based on his scripts.
Recent developing and scripting includes Resistance, a live-action sci fi series; Fortune Teller, a live-action fantasy; Playtime Buddies, an animated pre-school show; Trash Pack, an animated comedy-adventure; Basketeers, an animated sports-themed show; and Felix the Robot Adventurer, an educational series for Latin America. His work is also in demand internationally. For China’s CCTV, he co-developed and wrote episodes of Flute Master and has recently worked with Australian, Italian, French, and Latin American production companies.
He has spoken at the Annecy Animation Festival (France) and Cartoons on the Bay (Italy) as well as NATPE, KidScreen Summit, the World Animation Celebration, San Diego Comic Con, and other events. He’s lectured at UCLA and Columbia College and taught classes on writing for the Art Institute of California and Woodbury University.
Miller was a consultant to the Washington D.C. Implementation Group on developing the rating system for children’s TV in the United States.
Miller is a member of the Writers Guild of America (for which he chairs the Animation Writers Caucus), the Writers Guild of Canada, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and serves on the Steering Committee for Women In Animation – Los Angeles.