Currently alive, at 69 years of age.
1953 – He was born on the 3rd day of November this year in Pennsylvania.
1971 – He graduated from Keystone Oaks High School.
1980 – He hosted The Trolley Show, a Saturday-afternoon newsmagazine for teenagers, on Pittsburgh’s KDKA-TV.
1985 – Miller’s big break came this year when he was discovered by Lorne Michaels at the Comedy Store.
1990 – Miller released a standup comedy CD, The Off-White Album, based on an HBO special titled Mr. Miller Goes to Washington.
1992 – Following his departure from Saturday Night Live, Miller launched a late night talk show, The Dennis Miller Show, syndicated by Tribune Entertainment. The show was cancelled on the same year.
1994 – Miller hosted Dennis Miller Live, a half-hour talk show on HBO characterized by its simplicity.
2000 – He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Miller also beat out Rush Limbaugh and Tony Kornheiser (among others) for a job as color commentator on ABC’s Monday Night Football.
2003 – He provided short-lived regular commentary for the FOX News show, Hannity & Colmes before moving on to do a prime-time political show on CNBC.
2006 – He returned to Fox News, giving a two and a half minute commentary on illegal immigration during his "Real Free Speech" segment on Hannity & Colmes.
2007 – He signed a deal with Westwood One to launch a three-hour talk radio program.