Bob Mills (comedian)


Bob Mills (comedian)

Bob Mills (born 30 June 1957, Chester) is a British comedian, notable for his appearances in cult TV series such as "In Bed with Medinner" and "The Show", the latter an attempt to do a non-fictional British version of "The Larry Sanders Show".

In the 1990s, he also hosted the daytime quiz show "Win, Lose or Draw" on ITV, and the computer games programme "Games World" on Sky One. When hosting "Win, Lose Or Draw", he made every Wednesday 'Waistcoat Day', and had a mug full of fake paper money for the winner.

Bob Mills is also a writer, having written most episodes of "Michael Barrymore" comedy, "Bob Martin" as well as "Shameless, Stan The Man and Christmas Lights". [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0589924/] He also wrote the screenplay for the film "Pierrepoint".

He appears periodically on BBC Five Live's "Fighting Talk". He is also a well-known supporter of Leyton Orient, and writes a regular column in the Leyton Orient programme. His uncle, Eric Lee, played in The Football League for Chester City ['Bob Mills', Leyton Orient vs. Chester City matchday programme, 23/4/05, pg.49] .

Mills often sits in for Danny Baker on BBC London. He can also be found on shows such as Channel Four's "100 Greatest..." as a talking head, most recently "100 Greatest Funny Moments".

External links

* [http://uk.youtube.com/user/medinner Youtube In Bed With Medinner site]
* [http://www.medinner.co.uk/interview.htm Bob Mills interview]

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