|Birthdate ( Age)
||6 October 1982
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||Quincy, Massachusetts, United States
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||American actor, comedian, and writer
Michael Donovan Mitchell is an American actor, comedian, and writer best referred to as a member of The Birthday Boys sketch comedy group. he's also known for his role as Randy Monahan on the Netflix series Love, and Cowan within the Tomorrow War.
Mike Mitchell and wife Denise Mitchell
He currently co-hosts the podcast Doughboys (with comedian and writer Nick Wiger), which reviews and discusses chain restaurants.
Early Life and Family
Mitchell was raised in Quincy, Massachusetts. He briefly attended Thayer Academy before graduating from North Quincy highschool . Mitchell attended Ithaca College, graduating in May 2005. Mitchell got into Ithaca on his own accord.He rowed crew while at Ithaca and rowed past Ludacris’s house.
Mike Mitchell Wife
Mike Mitchell is a married man . Mike Mitchell married with Denise Mitchell.Mitchell is survived by his wife, Denise Mitchell, and a number of other children.There is no more information is out there on social media about his personal life.
Mike Mitchell Net Worth
Michael Donovan Mitchell is an American actor, comedian, and writer best referred to as a member of The Birthday Boys sketch comedy group who has an estimated Net Worth of $4 Million in 2021.
Mitchell started as an improv and sketch comedian at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater (UCB) in l. a. .He went on to write down and star within the Birthday Boys for IFC until the show was canceled after two seasons.During this point he also appeared regularly on NBC's Parks and Recreation and IFC's Comedy Bang! Bang! In 2014, Mitchell played a fictionalized version of himself within the short film The Badger's Promise, the directorial debut of friends Harris Wittels and Armen Weitzman.
He was the top writer of Hidden America with Jonah Ray on the Seeso streaming service and played the recurring role of Randy Monahan on the Netflix comedy series Love.Mitchell played the role of "Cowan" within the 2021 movie The Tomorrow War.
In 2007, at UCB, Mitchell formed the sketch comedy group The Birthday Boys with Jefferson Dutton, Dave Ferguson, Mike Hanford, Tim Kalpakis, Matt Kowalick, and Chris VanArtsdalen. With the exception of Kowalick, all members of The Birthday Boys graduated from Ithaca College.Mitchell and therefore the refore the Birthday Boys performed regularly at UCB and the group uploaded original sketches to their YouTube page.
The Birthday Boys gained notoriety within the LA comedy scene, appearing on Comedy Bang! Bang! and called Adam McKay's "favorite sketch group."The group met Bob Odenkirk through a show that Odenkirk's wife, Naomi Yomtov, created at UCB. They began collaborating with Odenkirk and were picked up for a sketch show, The Birthday Boys, at IFC, with Odenkirk and Ben Stiller as executive producers.
Mitchell featured frequently within the Birthday Boys sketches. His notable characters include Woosh,Pretty Dad, and September Santa. The series ran for 2 seasons before being canceled in 2014.Mitchell still performs sketch comedy with The Birthday Boys and other projects.
Mitchell created the comedy podcast Doughboys with comedy writer Nick Wiger in 2015. Doughboys was named "The One Food Podcast to start out With" by popular culture site Vulture.The co-hosts review chain restaurants with a weekly guest, including Nicole Byer, Haley Joel Osment, Sarah Silverman, and every one of the Birthday Boys, among others.Mitchell's fans call him "The Spoonman", "Mitchy Two-Spoons", "Spoon", "The Artist Formerly referred to as Spoon", "Night Spoon", "Dorito Kid" and "Mr. Slice" all nicknames he gave himself. His Co-Host, Nick Wiger invites listeners to submit roasts of Mitchell to be read at the start of every episode, which frequently involve popular culture references and puns supported food or physique.
As of early 2018, the podcast is not any longer related to Feral Audio and is now a member of the HeadGum network. Mitchell and Wiger use Patreon to bring exclusive paid Doughboys content to their subscribers beyond the weekly episodes. As of June 2019, the Doughboys Patreon is that the 9th hottest podcast Patreon and therefore the 25th hottest Patreon generally .
On the June 13, 2019 episode of Doughboys, Wiger and Jason Mantzoukas offered Mitchell $15,000 if he can get an ingenious song on the Billboard Hot 100 within a year. In 2020, the offer was extended indefinitely.