Craig Miller is a 20 year veteran of the ad industry as a writer and creative director, having garnered multiple awards for his ad writing from The One Show, Cannes Festival of Creativity, D&AD, The Clios and more. He is now branching out into TV writing with his first pilot script, "Craig and his Uncle Ron", co-written with NYC comedian and fellow ex-Texan Dustin Chafin. He also dabbles in standup comedy and music writing and production
Weekend at Bernie's III Budget: $5M - $10M | Comedy Former teen heartthrobs Andrew McCarthy and Jonathan Silverman set out to kick-start their fading acting careers with another sequel to their biggest hit: 80's cult classic WEEKEND AT BERNIE’S. But their plan faces serious jeopardy when a violent accident puts them in the same position as the characters that once made them famous.
Rails Budget: $0 - $100K | Comedy A burned-out advertising creative director on the verge of retirement sets on on a drug-fueled mission to self-destruct and bring his employer down with him, with a series of brazen, bizarre ads. But when this new approach sends his clients' sales skyrocketing, he finds himself on the verge of his biggest success yet.
Rock'n'Biscuit Comedy A young NYC advertising creative is struggling with life, love and career in the big city, only to have his life completely upended by the arrival of an unexpected new roommate: His Uncle Ron, a wild Texas outlaw type on a mission to finish his bucket list and atone for his beer drenched past.