About Mick Miller

A bit about Mick Miller

Mick Miller is often refered to as a comedy legend, a term

which he finds difficult to accept, because those that know him will tell you

that he is a modest, unassuming "normal" bloke. It’s when he’s on

stage in front of an audience that he comes to life.

He is often refered to as “The bald guy with the log hair”

and that unusual hairstyle has been his trademark since he started in comedy in

the mid 1970’s. Amazingly, when he recently appeared in the ITV series, “Last

Laugh in Vegas”, the American show producer told him to get his hair cut, which

started the Twitter #SaveMickMillersHair campaign.

He learned his trade as a Pontin’s Bluecoat and has many

fond memories of those days. After Pontin’s he worked hard in the UK working

men’s clubs, where he work hard on his act and eventually got his big break on

the ITV Talent show, “New Faces” where he won his heat. After that, he became a

regular on the iconic TV show, “The Comedians” and the rest is history. He

became a regular on our screens and continues performing live all over the


In 2011, Peter Kay sked for Mick to appear on the Royal

Variety Performance that he was hosting. When the show was televised, Mick was

trending worldwide at number one on twitter.

He has appeared as Johnny Vegas’ father in the BBC 3 sitcom,

“IDEAL” and also featured in an episode of “Peter Kay’s Car Share”.

“I’ve loved every minute of my career” says Mick, “but one

of the highlights has to be performing in Las Vegas. It completed the holy

trinity of showbiz for me. I have now performed at The London Palladium, The

Royal Variety Show and finally, Las Vegas.”

Below are just a few of the companies that Mick Miller has worked for.

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