- 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 gamesprogramme " 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 Leaguefor Chester City ['Bob Mills', Leyton Orient vs. Chester City matchday programme, 23/4/05, pg.49] .
Mills often sits in for
Danny Bakeron 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".
* [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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