Michael Molloy is an Australian comedian, writer, producer, actor and television presenter Know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Movies and Tv shows
|Birthdate ( Age)||July 11, 1966|
|Place of Birth||Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Parents||Father – Name Not Known
Mother – Name Not Known
|Education||University of Melbourne|
|Profession||Australian comedian, writer, producer, actor and television presenter|
|Net Worth||$ 8 Million|
|Last Update||Nonember 2021|
Michael Molloy is an Australian comedian, writer, producer, actor and television and radio presenter living in Melbourne who has been active in radio, television, stand-up and film.
Mick Molloy and Susie McLean
He currently hosts a national drive show on Triple M and the Seven Network’s one-hour Australian Football League (AFL) show, The Front Bar, during the football season with Andy Maher and Sam Pang.
Early Lifea and Family
Molloy grew up in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) before moving to Melbourne in the 1980s. He attended the Peninsula School during his high school period and then studied performing arts at the University of Melbourne, where he wrote and performed in his first live act in 1987.
It was during Molloy’s time at university that he met the Australian comedy troupe The D-Generation which consisted of members who would later form Working Dog Productions; Molloy would also collaborate with members on several projects.
Mick Molloy wife, Is Mick Molloy Married
He is currently not married yet. Previously he was dating actress Sophia Lee from 1994 to 2000 but later ended their relationship. After their breakup, he started dating Susie McLean. Together with Susie, they were blessed with twins in 2012. Mick Molloy twins are Lenny and Fred, whom he loves deeply and takes care of. However, their relationship too did not last long. He is currently single again.
Mick Molloy Net Worth
Michael Molloy is an Australian comedian, writer, producer, actor and television and radio presenter has an estimated Net Worth around $8 Million in 2021.
Molloy worked with the D-Generation as a writer-performer on their 1988 Seven Network specials .He also worked as a writer on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) The Gerry Connolly Show , the Network Ten series The Comedy Company in its 1989 season and, while working on the pilots for The Late Show, for the Nine Network . Molloy was a cast member of ABC TV’s The Late Show as a writer and performer.
In 2007, Molloy filmed a pilot of The Nation, a weekly late-night news-based comedy hour on the Nine Network. The show debuted on 5 June but struggled for ratings, attracting 575,000 viewers nationally for its fourth show.Originally it was on Tuesdays at 9:30 pm, but was moved to Wednesdays at 10:30 pm and ended in August 2007.
Molloy starred in the sitcom The Jesters which aired on Movie Extra on Foxtel in 2019. He played a veteran comic Dave Davies who has become the manager of a group of young, rookie comedians and who has to cope with the behind-the-scenes antics of producing a comedy sketch show.A second series aired in 2011.
After writing and performing on The D-Generation Breakfast Show on the Triple M radio, from 1990 to 1992, Molloy teamed up with Tony Martin for Triple M’s Bulltwang
After The Late Show finished, Molloy developed, again with Martin, the successful Austereo radio programme, Martin/Molloy, which produced three ARIA award-winning compilation albums, The Brown Album , Poop Chute and Eat Your Peas . Molloy occasionally appeared with his former D-Generation cohorts on Network Ten’s The Panel.
Molloy hosted another radio show, Tough Love with Mick Molloy on Triple M alongside Robyn Butler and Richard Molloy.In 2011, Molloy returned to radio and to Melbourne’s Triple M, as a permanent member of The Hot Breakfast.He is also appearing daily at 6:50am on Triple M Brisbane’s The Grill Team.
In July 2017, Triple M announced that Molloy would host a new national drive show with Jane Kennedy across the Triple M network in 2018. As a result, he transitioned away from The Hot Breakfast and was replaced by Wil Anderson. Mick finished on The Hot Breakfast on 6 October 2017 and debuted on the new show, Kennedy Molloy, the following week.
He has starred in three movies, Crackerjack , Tony Martin’s Bad Eggs, and BoyTown , which, like Crackerjack, he co-wrote with his brother Richard Molloy. During production of the DVD-release for Boytown in 2007, Molloy and his long-time collaborator Tony Martin had a dispute over the proposed extra content for the DVD and the two have not worked together since.In the 2006 Australian feature film Macbeth, Molloy played Brown; it was the second time he has appeared in a production of Macbeth.