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(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 [B][I]The D-Generation[/I][/B]. A year later he was asked to join the [B][I]The D-Generation[/I][/B] 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 [B][I]Bulltwang[/I][/B] and with [B][I]Tony Martin[/B][/I] on [B][I]Martin/Molly[/I][/B]. During this time Mick was a regular guest on [B][I]The Panel[/I][/B] and in 1999 was given the chance at his own show on Channel 9. His flagship show [B][I]The Mick Molloy Show[/B][/I] 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 [B][I]Cracker Jack[/B][/I], 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 [B][I]Bad Eggs[/B][/I] and then returned to radio with [B][I]Tough Love[/B][/I] on the Triple M network. In 2006 he made the film [B][I]Boytown[/B][/I].