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Mikey Mileos

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Name  Mikey Mileos

Years active  2006-present
Nationality  Australian
Medium  Stand-up comedy
Born  6 December 1980 (age 35) Australia (1980-12-06)
Influences  Mitch Hedberg, Arj Barker, Bill Hicks, Louis CK, Doug Stanhope, Marc Maron
Influenced by  Mitch Hedberg, Arj Barker, Bill Hicks, Louis C.K., Doug Stanhope, Marc Maron
Similar People  Mitch Hedberg, Arj Barker, Bill Hicks, Doug Stanhope, Harry Hill

Birth name  William Michael Mileos

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Mikey Mileos (born 6 December 1980) is a stand up comedian and comedy writer from Sydney, Australia who lives in Arizona, United States.


In April 2009, Mileos was a national finalist in Triple J radio's Raw Comedy competition, a nationally televised event. Since then, he has played at almost every major comedy club in Australia. In 2010, he was selected to perform alongside a slew of international comedy veterans in the Sydney Comedy Festival's Cracker Night gala, a rare feat considering he did not actually have a show in the festival.

His unique comedic style combines observational comedy in an almost one-liner fashion, incorporating political and philosophical ideas and mixing them with his own brand of silliness.

As a comedy writer Mileos worked on the Australian hit television show Good News Week. Mileos has also worked as a freelance comedy writer for Australian lads magazine Zoo Weekly, but insists that it was only for the money.

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Festival Shows

  • 2011 Stupid People Will Be Offended - Edinburgh Fringe Festival (as Part of PBH's Free Fringe)
  • 2011 They're Just Words - Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival
  • 2010 These Are My Jokes - Melbourne International Comedy Festival
  • 2010 Young Guns of Comedy (Sydney Comedy Showcase) - Adelaide Fringe Festival
  • 2009 The Night Cap Featuring Jaymie Wilson, Mikey Mileos & Magesh - Melbourne International Comedy Festival
  • References

    Mikey Mileos Wikipedia

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