Currently alive, at 48 years of age.
1973 – Began working as a journalist for WNEW in New York City.
1998 – Assistant Director of Public Affairs for the FBI. He is a former ABC News reporter and anchor who conducted an interview with Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan.
– Attended the Emerson College for one year.
– He is expert on organized crime, especially the Mafia, and also on domestic and international terror groups.
1994–1995 – Served as the Deputy Police Commissioner of New York City as chief spokesman for Commissioner William Bratton.
2002 – He took the post of co-anchor with Barbara Walters of the ABC program 20/20.
2003 – On January, he quit to rejoin Bratton at the Los Angeles Police Department as their Bureau Chief for the Counter-Terrorism and Criminal Intelligence Bureau, which included the Major Crimes Division, and the Emergency Services Division and the Special Investigations Section.
2005 – Miller left Los Angeles for Washington, D.C. to become the Assistant Director of Public Affairs for the FBI.