Nancy has had a successful career and as a veteran television series producer and writer.
Nancy Miller grew up in OKC and attended Christ the King grade school, McGuiness high school , OU, and is a proud Sooner. She belonged to Kappa Kappa Gamma and majored in drinking beer and having fun. She moved to LA after college, got a job as a bartender and had a dream of becoming a writer.
Cut to : 35 years later. She created the acclaimed TNT series Saving Grace which starred Academy Award winner Holly Hunter. The series is the fourth original series created by Miller. She also created and served as executive producer on the successful drama series Leaving L.A. and the highly popular series Any Day Now starring Annie Potts. She created and produced the television series The Round Table. She’s worked on many other shows, including CSI: Miami and The Closer. Miller will tell you she has been very blessed, and has won many awards for her TV shows, including The Christopher Award, The Gabriel Award, and the Gracie Allen Award. She is a proud member of the Oklahoma Women’s Hall of Fame. She also received the Champion for Women Award from the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women.
Miller has moved back home to OKC. She is thrilled to be home and is happily retired.