Mick always had a love for stand up comedy and gave it a crack in the 1990’s at the legendary Harold park hotel. Since then he has appeared and headlined in every major comedy venue in Australia.
He has appeared on several radio segments including nova 969, 2day fm, triple m Sydney plus many regional radio stations and was a regular contributor to 2GB’s weekend detention with Darryl “the big maaan” Brohman and Steve “blocker” Roach in 2009.
He has appeared a dozen times on the NRL footy show and was also a writer of the same show. Other TV shows he has done have been 110% tony squires, stand up Australia, mornings with kerri-anne, Thursday night live and joker poker.
Mick has appeared at every major comedy festival in Australia and New Zealand in solo shows as well as partnered with other comics including Kitty Flanagan.
As an actor he played the main role in comedy/horror flick Bloody Hell and had a small part in Khoa do’s Footy Legends, who was also a former young Australian of the year. Mick has also directed music film clips and short films for tropfest.
As a comic and musician mick has released two albums, Man United, a live stand up recording, wombat out of hell with his band Ride the Wombat, a live DVD called 100% Mick plus was a part of the best of the footy show DVD’s 1 & 2.
Mick’s style has been described as laidback and cheeky with plenty of laughs and applause, a bloke you’ll laugh at onstage and want to have a beer with afterwards. Whether MCing, doing stand-up or singing and playing guitar. Mick’s razor sharp and loveable wit will have you laughing from start to finish and always delivering a top shelf comedy show. Be it a pub, club, function, backyard or festival, Mick will get the job done with plenty of smiles, toe tapping and belly laughs.
"He's a Footy Show favourite." Fatty Vautin, Channel 9
"Micks' standup is outstanding." Newcastle Knights
"Strapped to a guitar and peppering the show with songs, meredith turns lifes mundanity and difficulties into witty gags. A bawdy mix of jokes as well as short moments of thoughtful reprise, the show is a none too serious and very funny experience". 4.5 stars - Adelaide Advertiser