(b.11 July 1966) Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Mick studied Classical Studies and Politics at University and was originally passed up for a spot in the The D-Generation. A year later he was asked to join the The D-Generation and worked on both their television projects and radio show. After this ended, Mick established himself as a man’s man and worked on his own radio shows Bulltwang and with Tony Martin on Martin/Molly. During this time Mick was a regular guest on The Panel and in 1999 was given the chance at his own show on Channel 9. His flagship show The Mick Molloy Show only lasted 8 episodes when Kerry Packer pulled the plug during the show after a feature with Mick urinating on live television. This set back didn’t stop Mick, and in 2002 he starred in Cracker Jack, an Australian film set at a bowling club. The film went on to set an Australia box office record for an Australian film. Following this success he released another movie Bad Eggs and then returned to radio with Tough Love on the Triple M network. In 2006 he made the film Boytown.