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Known as the literary lion, Peter Miller has been an extraordinarily active literary and film manager for more than thirty years. He is President of PMA Literary and Film Management, Inc. and Millennium Lion, Inc.; he and his company have successfully managed more than 1,000 books worldwide, as well as dozens of motion picture and television properties. These works include eleven New York Times Bestsellers, and fourteen produced films that Miller has managed or executive produced. Three of those films have been nominated for Emmy Awards: Goodbye, Miss Fourth of July (The Disney Channel, with four nominations); A Gift of Love (Showtime, two nominations); and Helter Skelter (CBS, one nomination). In addition, Miller has a number of film and television projects currently in active development, with some nearing production, in association with Warner Bros. Features, Warner Bros. Television, Paramount/DreamWorks, HBO, and many other producers and production companies. READ MORE…
“It is my sincere belief that Peter Miller is the finest literary manager in New York. I know some agencies might be ‘bigger’ in terms of staff, but I can’t think of any that are more effective. In fact, I don’t think it would be possible to have a more courageous, energetic or business-savvy manager to represent you. Peter has a fantastic instinct for what will ’sell.’ He was the only agent in New York who had faith in my manuscript — it had been rejected by over a hundred agents and publishers before it came to Peter’s desk. Peter snapped it up, and in no time at all five of the largest publishing houses in the world were making me offers! This is no exaggeration. I finally signed with Doubleday/Random House, and within six months had additional contracts in 19 different countries, and offers for television adaptations and children’s books to boot. Peter is known as the literary lion, but in reality he is a pit-bull of an agent, a consummate deal-maker who never stops until he gets the best possible contract for his client. I would never want anyone else to represent me, in any kind of negotiation.”
— Anthony DeStefano,
A Travel Guide to Heaven