- Former Star Of ITV’s Impressionists Series ‘Copycats’
- One Of The Best Comedy Impressionists In Britain
Mick Miller was born in Dingle, an area of Liverpool on 25 Feb 1950. A very keen goalkeeper as a youngster, ambitions of making it as a player himself he started with Port Vale (where the great Stanley Matthews signed him) and even went on to receive a trial with England at Youth level, only to lose out to a certain Peter Shilton in 1966.
After not making it as a player he was then to decide to look at a career elsewhere and went abroad including working in Israel in The Kibbutz, and after recommendation form one of his cousins he decided to work as a host at Pontins.
Mick later appeared on New Faces on TV and in 1978 appeared at Blackpool Pier entertaining which was hugely successful.
Next for Mick was a stint on The Comedians alongside the greats like Roy Walker, Stan Boardman and Jim Bowen.
Thanks to shows such as Des O’Connor tonight, Mick has appeared on TV every year since he first appeared on The Comedians.
Mick has appeared all over the world and entertained the troops around the world.
Mick is currently extremely popular on the circuit and is a regular feature on cruises, cabaret and after dinners.