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John Miller Profile
John Miller is an American Chief Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analyst for CNN. Miller joined the network in 2022 and will be based in the network’s New York bureau. Additionally, he is a veteran award-winning journalist and professional law enforcement and intelligence executive.
John Miller Age
Miller was born in 1958, he is 65 years old as of 2023. However, he has not publicized the date and the month of his birth, thus it is not known when he celebrates his birthday. Research is proceeding we will update this information as soon as it is known.
John Miller Height
He stands at an average height of 6 feet tall. Information regarding his weight is inaccessible we will update it as soon as it is available.
John Miller Family
Miller is the son of Lucinda and John J. Miller, a syndicated columnist, and freelance writer whose range of roles included Hollywood gossip columnist, foreign correspondent, Broadway critic, crime investigator, and political pundit, “My dad wrote seven columns under six different names… Antonio from Rome. Pierre from Paris. Nigel from London,” Miller has said. His father was also a close friend of Luciano’s crime family boss Frank Costello, whose wife, Lauretta, was Miller’s godmother.
John Miller Education
Raised in Montclair, New Jersey, Miller attended Montclair High School. Moreover, he developed his interest in news and reporting by taking photos for sale to newspapers and ditching school to go to press briefings.
John Miller Wife
In 2002, Miller married Emily Altschul, daughter of a banker and Goldman Sachs Group partner Arthur Goodhart Altschul Sr., a member of the Lehman family, and botanist Siri von Reis. Miller’s brother-in-law, Arthur Altschul, Jr., worked for Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley before becoming chairman of Medicis Pharmaceuticals Corporation. His sister-in-law is former MTV VJ, Serena Altschul.
John Miller Career
Miller began work as a journalist in 1983 for WNEW, a local New York City television station. From 1985 to 1994, he operated as an investigative journalist for WNBC, another local New York television station. During his tenure at the station, he conducted several interviews with John Gotti. From 1994 to 1995, he served as the Deputy Commissioner of Public Information for the New York City Police Department. A move that some of his colleagues considered “going over to the dark side.”
He was hired at the request of Commissioner William Bratton. Miller worked as an ABC News correspondent beginning in 1995. Using an al-Qaeda agent in London as an intermediary, Miller was able to make contact with Mohammed Atef to request an interview with Osama bin Laden in May 1998.
Additionally, Miller was instructed to travel to Islamabad, Pakistan, and was escorted over the Afghanistan-Pakistan border to meet bin Laden in a camp near Kandahar. He asked bin Laden questions that were translated into Arabic by an al-Qaeda translator, but bin Laden’s answers were not translated, so Miller was not immediately aware of what bin Laden was saying during the interview.
John Miller ABC
During his tenure at ABC, Miller also covered the September 11, 2001 attacks, where he sat alongside Peter Jennings for the day listening in to radio conversations from the FBI, FDNY, and NYPD, informing Jennings and viewers of their content. In January 2002, Miller took the post of co-anchor with Barbara Walters on the ABC News program, 20/20. In January 2003, he left ABC News to rejoin Bratton, who by then was at the Los Angeles Police Department.
Miller served as the police department’s Bureau Chief for the Counter-Terrorism and Criminal Intelligence Bureau, which included the Major Crimes Division, the Emergency Services Division, and the Special Investigations Section (SIS). While there, Miller launched Project Archangel which included the Automated Critical Asset Management System (ACAMS), among other platforms, and which has been adopted by other cities and states for ongoing risk assessment of potential terrorist targets. Miller was also one of the original designers of the Los Angeles Joint Regional Intelligence Center (JRIC), which combines intelligence and analysis for the LAPD, LA Sheriff, and the FBI.
John Miller FBI
In September 2005, Miller became the Assistant Director for Public Affairs at the FBI in Washington, D.C. Additionally, in this position, he was tasked with overseeing the FBI’s internal and external communications, including relations with the news media and handling fugitive publicity, community relations, and other communications support. Miller also established an Employee Communications Unit to build stronger internal communications with the bureau’s 31,000 employees. Among his collateral duties was to serve on the Strategic Execution Team to establish performance measurement standards for intelligence operations across the FBI’s 56 field offices.
The system, adapted from the CompStat process used by major police departments, was overseen by then-FBI Director Robert Mueller. In 2011, Miller left his position at the FBI to work as a senior correspondent for CBS News. In 2013, he reported in the “Inside the NSA” episode of 60 Minutes which was criticized for justifying the organization’s spying on American citizens. Additionally, in December 2013, Miller announced that he would be resigning from CBS to take a position as the Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism with the NYPD. Miller rejoined William Bratton, who had earlier been announced as the new NYPD Commissioner by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
John Miller Net Worth
Miller has an estimated annual net worth of $ 1 million to $5 million earned from his career as a Chief Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analyst.
John Miller Social Media Platforms
Miller is very active on his Twitter page. He has 10k followers on Twitter.