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Name: Mick Molloy  
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Date of Birth: 11th July 1966
Place of Birth: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Profession: Actor
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Mick Molloy (born July 11, 1966) is a popular Australian comedian and producer who has been active in the fields of radio, television, stand-up and film.

He is currently hosting Tough Love with Mick Molloy (2004-) on Triple M alongside Robyn Butler. Previously he worked with longtime comedy partner Tony Martin on the popular Martin/Molloy radio show, broadcast nationwide on the Austereo network (1995-98). Martin/Molloy produced three ARIA award winning compilation albums: The Brown Album, Poop Chute and Eat Your Peas.

Mick has starred in two movies, Crackerjack (2002) (which he also co-wrote, receiving an AFI nomination) and Bad Eggs (2003). He co-starred, with David Wenham, in two Murray Whelan telemovies, Stiff and The Brush-Off (both 2004). He directed the feature-length documentary, Tackle Happy (2000) and briefly had his own TV show, The Mick Molloy Show (1999) before it was axed halfway through it's second episode by the Nine Network (the program was cancelled due to extreme intoxication of the host, and his urination on the set). Mick was also a cast member and writer on The D-Generation Goes Commercial (1988) and The Late Show (1992-93), and played Kim's dad Gary Poole on Kath & Kim (2002-).

In 2006, Mick will be seen in the movie BoyTown, which, like Crackerjack, he has co-written with his brother Richard Molloy.

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