Kurt Miller

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Kurt Miller is an "old school" furry (or greymuzzle) who worked for a while at both Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm, and currently lives in Southern California. He is more often heard than seen since he is noted for his booming and omnipresent voice at gatherings since the improptu 1980-83 "proto-furry" get-togethers which (much later) became The Prancing Skiltaire.

His main fannish interest is fantasy role-playing games although his other hobbies include science fiction, fantasy, and book collecting.

Kurt demonstrates considerable talent and creativity, and until recently did not have the self-discipline required to turn his myriad ideas and proposals into finished form; however, having received psychological counseling and treatment for his personality disorders, his stories and ideas will soon appear in published form. His professional work includes the FRP game scenario "Lurker in the Crypt" in the Call of Cthulhu collection Fatal Experiments, published by Chaosium in 1990 as well as several articles for SHADIS Magazine, a roleplaying game magazine which unfortunately has ceased publication.

Kurt recently revised and rewrote a screenplay for Frontier Media entitled Haight-Ashbury which is currently being considered for production, and has recently completed Curse of the Wendigo, his first original screenplay.

His next original project will be The Bone Goddess, a screenplay for a comedy/horror film inspired by monsters from Norse mythology.

Kurt Miller lives in Anaheim, California, USA.

External Links[edit]

  • Entry in the Pen & Paper RPG publications database