Mick Molloy

Biography: Mick Molloy (born July 11, 1966) is a popular Australian comedian, writer and producer who has been active in the fields of radio, television, stand-up and film. Molloy gained early success as a member of the comedy ensemble The D-Generation where he was involved in there breakfast radio shows on Triple M and later ABC's logie award winning The Late Show (1992-93). Following that he formed a partnership with fellow Late Show member Tony Martin in producing the highly acclaimed Martin/Molloy radio show, broadcast nationwide on the Austereo network (1995-98). Martin/Molloy produced three ARIA award winning compilation albums: The Brown Album (1995), Poop Chute (1996) and Eat Your Peas (1998). Molloy then briefly returned to television hosting The Mick Molloy Show (1999) on Channel Nine before it was axed after only eight episodes. Molloy then turned to film, starring in two movies, Crackerjack (2002) (which he also co-wrote, receiving an AFI nomination) and Bad Eggs (2003), asMick Molloy (born July 11, 1966) is a popular Australian comedian, writer and producer who has been active in the fields of radio, television, stand-up and film. Molloy gained early success as a member of the comedy ensemble The D-Generation where he was involved in there breakfast radio shows on Triple M and later ABC's logie award winning The Late Show (1992-93). Following that he formed a partnership with fellow Late Show member Tony Martin in producing the highly acclaimed Martin/Molloy radio show, broadcast nationwide on the Austereo network (1995-98). Martin/Molloy produced three ARIA award winning compilation albums: The Brown Album (1995), Poop Chute (1996) and Eat Your Peas (1998). Molloy then briefly returned to television hosting The Mick Molloy Show (1999) on Channel Nine before it was axed after only eight episodes. Molloy then turned to film, starring in two movies, Crackerjack (2002) (which he also co-wrote, receiving an AFI nomination) and Bad Eggs (2003), as well as directing the feature-length documentary, Tackle Happy (2000). He also co-starred, with David Wenham, in two Murray Whelan telemovies, Stiff and The Brush-Off (both 2004), and played Kim's dad Gary Poole on Kath & Kim (2003-04). In 2006 Molloy returned to the Nine Network in a slightly different capacity, commentating for the lawn bowls in the Commonwealth Games coverage, and hosting the sports program Any Given Sunday with Nicole Livingstone. Molloy also appeared in the movie BoyTown, which, like Crackerjack, he co-wrote with his brother Richard Molloy, as well as playing Brown in the Australian feature film Macbeth. At the end of 2006 Mick Molloys radio show Tough Love which he hosted with Robyn Butler and Richard Molloy completed its run on the Triple M radio network after 2 years. Expand

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