|Born||September 3, 1963|
Elizabeth, New Jersey, U.S.
|Alma mater||University of Maryland|
|Known for||Saturday Night Live|
Beth McCarthy-Miller (born September 3, 1963, Elizabeth, New Jersey) is an American television director. Shows she has directed include Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock.
McCarthy-Miller was born on September 3, 1963, in Elizabeth, New Jersey. She attended the University of Maryland, where she was a DJ and majored in radio, television and film. While in college she interned at CNN and MTV.
McCarthy-Miller worked as a line producer's assistant and assistant director at MTV and began directing in 1988. During her nine years with MTV, she worked on MTV Unplugged with Nirvana, Neil Young, Elton John, Tony Bennett, and k.d. lang. She worked for The Week in Rock and later The Jon Stewart Show.
She was the director of NBC's Saturday Night Live for eleven years. She left SNL in 2006 at the end of season 31, replaced as director by Don Roy King. She became a director for Viacom's MTV again in 2003 when she directed the MTV Video Music Awards.
She currently works through her own companies, Catalyst Entertainment and McBeth Productions as a director and producer.
|Primetime Emmy Awards||1999||Saturday Night Live||Outstanding Directing for a Variety or Music Program||Nominated|||
|2002||America: A Tribute to Heroes||Nominated|
|2003||Saturday Night Live||Nominated|
|2009||30 Rock||Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series||Nominated|
|2014||The Sound of Music Live!||Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special||Nominated|
|2016||Adele Live in New York City||Nominated|
|2020||The Kominsky Method||Outstanding Comedy Series||Nominated|