Kam Miller is a TV writer who has created pilots for FOX, CBS, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Television, and Universal Cable Productions. She wrote for the long-running show “Law & Order: SVU” as well as the short-lived show “Killer Instinct.” Her first feature, “The Iris Effect,” was produced while she was at USC film school. She wrote and directed “Descendents of Eden, ” a sci-fi short film that premiered at the San Diego Comic-Con Film Festival.
As a grad student, she created the highly successful USC First Pitch, the official pitch festival for the USC School of Cinematic Arts writing division. As an alumna, she co-created USC First Team, a program that shepherds teams of writers, directors, and producers through development and takes feature projects out to the industry.
At USC, Kam received the NBC Fellowship. She is also an alum of the CBS Writers Mentoring Program and FOX Writers Program. She recently graduated from the WGA Showrunners Training Program.
Currently, Kam is attached to the TV project “Grave Sight.” It’s based on “True Blood” author Charlaine Harris’ Harper Connelly book series. Kam is also developing several other projects and finishing her first novel, “Myth of Crime.”
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