Will Miller (therapist)
William E. "Will" Miller (born September 14, 1949) is an American ordained minister, former standup comedian, keynote speaker, teacher and full-time therapist. He was best known for being Nick at Nite's resident television therapist and the host of their "Why We Watch" segments starting in 1992.
|Dr. Will Miller|
|Born||September 14, 1949|
|Notable works and roles||The Bob & Tom Show regular|
|1971||Providence College||Bachelor of Arts - English Literature/Education|
|1974||University of Massachusetts Amherst||Masters in Education - Urban Education|
|1976||University of Massachusetts Amherst||Doctorate in Education (Urban Education & Administration)|
|1990||Union Theological Seminary (New York City)||Masters in Divinity|
|1990||Columbia University (New York City)||Master of Science in Social Work (Clinical & Family Practice)|
|2011||Walden University||Master of Science in Health Psychology|
- "U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1 about Will E Miller". Ancestry.com. Retrieved 20 December 2013.
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