Larry Miller has developed a sense of style not often associated with stand-up comedians or actors. His memorable cameo as the pretentious boutique manager "sucking up" to Julia Roberts and Richard Gere in "Pretty Woman" left an impressionable mark on the industry and audiences alike as the film went on to become the smash hit of 1990. Since then, Larry has been working steady in a host of major films including: "Necessary Roughness", "Undercover Blues", "Corrina, Corrina", "Dream Lover,""The Favor", and "Waiting for Guffman." On television, Larry has perfomed stand up comedy on "The Tonight Show" and "The Late Show with David Letterman" and had two of his own critically acclaimed specials for HBO. Larry’s televison acting credits include being a regular on NBC’s "Pursuit of Happiness" and ABC’s comedy "Life’s Work," the voice of the Boss on the animated series "Dilbert,” and recurring roles on two series "Law and Order" and "Mad About You."