Tristan Miller is an actor, writer, podcaster, stand-up comedian, and mental health advocate. He has been featured on The Good Men project, Stigma Fighters, and The Psych Show.
Comedian Gary Gulman calls him, “Ahead of most comedians his age,” Myq Kaplan says “A supremely kind, creative and highly motivated man,” and his older sister calls him “An idiot man-child with no sense of survival skills. Why did you bring him on this camping trip, mom?”
Tristan hosts, edits, and produces three podcasts: Positive and Negative, The Amateur Detective Club, and Anime-Zing Podcast.
He is currently touring on a one-man comedy show called, Manic Impressive.
Tristan produces three, count 'em, three podcasts:
Mystery Book Club:
Mental Health and the Arts:
A Beginner's Guide to Anime
Tristan also writes, produces, and acts in sketches!
The Unexpected Virtue of Incontinence.
In It Had to Be Said offers up poems and shorties spanning the topics of love, mental illness, and identity. Straying from the traditional gravity of such topics, author Tristan Miller presents his ideas through a sharply sardonic wit and fearless honesty that both amuses and enlightens readers.