National morning drive radio talk show and television star Stephanie Miller is a wildly popular performer with a huge and fervently devoted audience. The Stephanie Miller Show is heard nationally on satellite and terrestrial radio and is simulcast on FreeSpeech TV, reaching more than six million-plus listeners weekly. Prior to going national, Stephanie pulled #1 ratings at KABC and KFI in Los Angeles, as well as at radio stations in New York City and Chicago.
Among her many demographic achievements, Stephanie consistently leads her time slot among males 25-54, a tribute to her strong Sexy Liberal following. She’s been highly ranked on Talkers Magazine’s “Heavy Hundred” list for well over a decade, was winner of Talkers Magazine’s Woman of the Year Award and has been nominated to become a member of The Radio Hall Of Fame. She is also the founder of the successful Sexy Liberal Podcast Network and is a Liberal icon, which is ironic since her father, Congressman William E. Miller, was the head of the Republican National Committee and ran for Vice President with Barry Goldwater in 1964.
Stephanie Miller’s sold-out Sexy Liberal Comedy Tour was the fastest-selling comedy tour in history during its first two years barnstorming across America. The tour was nominated for three of the live performance industry’s prestigious Pollstar awards, including Best Tour, Best New Tour and Best Lead Comedy Performer for Stephanie. The tour hit the road again to sold-out crowds for the next three years. The album recording of The Sexy Liberal Comedy Tour quickly became the number one Comedy Album in America.
Stephanie was featured in LA Weekly as “The Voice of The Resistance.” "There's no bulls***,” Rob Reiner, director of This Is Spinal Tap and When Harry Met Sally, says of Miller. "She doesn't mince words and she doesn't throw out lies.”
Lest there be doubt about Miller's influence, no less than MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow bestowed her imprimatur on Miller: “She is,” Maddow said on her show, "The high priestess of excellent liberal talk.” Comedy legend Carol Burnett declared that Stephanie is “the Carol Burnett of radio.”
Stephanie’s 2015 memoir, Sexy Liberal! Of Me I Sing, immediately rose to Number One on Amazon’s in Political, Humor, and Memoirs lists and continues to have a five star rating on Amazon.