COMEDIAN, ACTOR & ALL ROUND NICE GUY
Comedy has evolved over the years and so has Mick Miller. He got his big break on ITV’s “New Faces” which was the premier talent show of its day. He became a household name when he was a regular on ITV’s “The Comedians” and has continued to work solidly ever since.
Mick had become a cult! The younger audiences loved him, and he gained a new respect from the younger generation of comedians. He was asked by Justin Moorhouse (Young Kenny from Phoenix Nights) to appear in a charity show at The Opera House in Manchester. The show starred Peter Kay, Jimmy Carr, the cast of Phoenix Nights, along with stars from Coronation Street. Mick was the surprise hit of the night.
New and interesting offers followed, he appearing in “Andrew Maxwell’s Full Mooner’s” with Noel Fielding (Mighty Boosh) at The Comedy Store in London. He also recorded comedy shows for BBC Radio 7 and 4, and was a Special Guest on Lee Mack’s Radio 2 show. But shortly after working at The Comedy Store in Manchester, Mick was asked to audition for the part of Keith in the cult BBC TV show, “IDEAL.” He got the part and has now filmed two series. Also in the cast of IDEAL are Peter Slater and Alfie Joey from his gig at XS Malarkey. The show stars Johnny Vegas and has been critically acclaimed.
Mick still works around the world on cruise ships. He is one of the most in demand after dinner comedians in the UK, and is a firm favorite on the live cabaret circuit. In 2009, he toured the UK with comedians, Billy Pearce and Jimmy Cricket and starred in The
Comedians Show on Blackpool’s North Pier throughout the summer.