The ‘Schmootz on Susan Miller

Susan Miller, writer and producer for web series, Anyone But Me, showed up to “shoot the ’Schmootz”.

The ‘Schmootz on Susan Miller


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  1. Thank you for the shoutouts (both on the Tubefilter article and for Fletcher)!

    We love ABM and we are very much enjoying your sophomore season :)

  2. Great piece on the inner workings of a great series and one of the ladies behind it.

    Would love, if there is ever a follow-up, to hear how she got her start as a writer and where the spark of inspiration of the series came from.

    And really enjoy the ‘human’ questions that you have used in every article.

    Great job – and thanks for bringing us more smart and inspirational ladies to learn about.

  3. Thanks for the very interesting interview. I just found this show and watched all the episodes in one night. I’m 59 and loved it! I think it is beautifully shot and the young actors are very good. I am looking forward to future episodes and I would pay a fee, if they need to go subscripotion.
    I really like the calm feel of the show. Some of the webseries I have recently viewed seem to be frenetic. Thanks!

  4. She seems like such a fabulous person. I heard her speak at the 9th Power Up Premiere for which she won an award and she made the most eloquent speech I have ever heard. I’ve read several of her plays. She’s brilliant. I want to know more about her life. She’s fascinating and a very positive role model for women of my generation who’ve led similar journeys and a pioneer for our daughters and granddaughters and men. I want to know more about her life; how she came out; realized she was gay, told her husband, her parents, her relationship with her son, her friends…etc. She has a gift for being inspiring in an indirect not-in-your-face way which just comes natural.

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  1. [...] INTERVIEW: ANYONE BUT ME writer/producer Susan Miller “Listen, we’re going to lose some people and we’re going to absolutely engage more and more people. I don’t think the show is just about teenage-hood. It’s about seeing what we’re free to do, or not free to do, or hold ourselves back doing. It’s what does the world think of us?” [...]

  2. [...] You can read an excellent interview with the show’s writer and producer, Susan Miller, here. Look for Damon L. Jacobs’ ABM interviews coming soon. Season 2 Episode #2, “Quickly, [...]

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