David Lee Miller

David Lee Miller wrote and directed the feature film Breakfast of Aliens (Hemdale), and has written screenplays for Ivan Reitman Productions (Universal), Goldie Hawn (Disney), and the Spider-Man animated series (Fox/Marvel). A Writers Guild of America member since 1989, David wrote, directed and scored Zoo-opolis! (Pacific Arts/Orion, one of history’s first home video releases), and wrote the Simon & Schuster Picture Storybooks Baby (Disney) and The Goonies (Amblin). He adapted two Max Lucado’s best-selling children’s books from the You Are Special series for animated production. David directed The Voyager Company’s best-selling Mozart: The Dissonant Quartet CD-ROM and was the Head of Voyager’s pioneering Criterion Collection, creating the industry’s first interactive laserdisc Special Editions of great classic and contemporary motion pictures with renowned filmmakers (Scorsese, Spielberg, Bogdanovich, John Sturges, Barry Levinson, Vilmos Zigmond, Vittorio Storaro, Haskell Wexler, etc.). David’s video and PC game credits include The Weakest Link (Activision), All Dogs Go To Heaven (MGM), and the five title Explorers series (The Learning Company/Mattel). His other consulting, writing and production credits include projects for Universal, Hyundai, Sony, Disney, Compton’s New Media and New Line Cinema. David is the co-founder of Regenerate, a By Youth-For Youth nonprofit media organization dedicated to saving young lives through youth arts empowerment. Regenerate was offered a partnership with the Ad Council and Dept. of Transportation to create a Public Service Campaign on Teen Driving Safety and Teen Suicide Prevention with $30 million in donated media. David directed, wrote and produced on the feature film My Suicide, a dark teen romantic comedy with a youth suicide prevention message that was developed by Regenerate. A graduate of Stanford University’s film & journalism programs, and Princeton University’s creative writing program, David lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife Mary, an author and women’s health care nurse practitioner, and their two media-making teenagers.