Robert "Bobby" Miller Jr. is an American writer, filmmaker, director, and actor known for his comedic short films.

He is a story writer on Star vs. the Forces of Evil, credited for only one episode in season 2. He also voices Slime Monster.

Early life

Miller graduated from Columbia University's M.F.A. film program in 2009.


Miller is a filmmaker known for making comedic films and short films. His short film TUB premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, and his feature debut The Master Cleanse premiered at SXSW 2016; both went on to screen at film festivals around the world.

While attending Columbia, Miller got his start in the movie industry working for Warner Bros. in 2006. He went on to work for The Onion in 2007, writing headlines for the newspaper and sketches for the Onion News Network. He then joined Next New Networks writing online commercials and later working as a writer, director, editor, producer, and host. He was the star of two variety shows, The Best Short Films in the World and The Reel Good Show, both of which won Webby Awards in 2009 and 2010 respectively. He then wrote, directed, and hosted the MTV web series That Movie Show.

In 2012, Miller was named Digital Content Manager for Rainn Wilson's SoulPancake where he helped found, develop, and produce Brad Montague's Kid President. He also co-wrote and directed an animated short with his wife Daron Nefcy as part of the feature film anthology Holiday Road, which debuted at Slamdance 2012. From 2013-2014, Miller worked at BuzzFeed as a video producer, where he created/wrote/directed the BuzzFeed Creep series as well as various other videos. The BuzzFeed Creep series went viral with "Things You Do Online That'd Be Creepy In Real Life" and spawned a total of 8 Creep videos that Miller wrote and directed.

In 2014, Miller left BuzzFeed to write and direct his first feature film, The Master Cleanse starring Johnny Galecki, Anna Friel, Anjelica Huston, and Oliver Platt. It premiered at SXSW 2016 and was named one of "7 Hidden Gems in the 2016 Features Lineup" by Indiewire. Most recently, Miller has also written for animated television shows such as We Bare Bears and Summer Camp Island for Cartoon Network.

Story credits

Season 2


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