Larry Miller

Larry Miller


10/15/1953, Valley Stream, Long Island, New York

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Larry Miller was born on October 15, 1953 in Long Island, New York. He grew up there with a keen interest in music. He went to Amherst College and graduated with a degree in music. Hoping to make it as a professional musician he moved to New York…more


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    • Larry: It's not youth that's wasted on the young, it's smoking and drinking.

    • Larry: I've been a character actor, which I define as 'anyone in the movie who's not kissing Renee Zellweger'.

    • Larry: You have nooo idea... the difference in sex drive between a man and woman is like the difference between shooting a bullet and throwing it.

    • Larry: Woman is the most powerful magnet in the universe, and all men are cheap metal.

    • Larry: Trust me, ladies, if you knew even for a second how we men really look at you, you would never stop slapping us.

    • Larry: Let's be honest, we're all spoiled, and that doesn't mean we're awful people. It just means we're a little on the soft side. If someone suddenly dropped us into the middle of the fourteenth century and handed us clothes to put on, the first thing we'd all probably say is, "Do you have any fabric softener?"

    • Larry: If you're 19 and you stay up all night, it's a victory, it's like you beat the night. You remember that feeling. If you're over 30 then that sun is like God's flashlight.

    • Larry: (about stand up comedy) I think I've just done something that I could do again. The truth is that I loved it then and I love it now, the same as my first play and my first line in a movie.

    • Larry: We had nine people and four pies for Thanksgiving this year, all home-made. The pies, not the people. Although, come to think of it, at one point or another, we were all home-made. Heh-heh.