Mike Doyle (comedian)

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Mike Doyle is a Welsh comedian, vocalist and broadcaster born in Carmarthen, but he is now based in Bridgend.[1][2] Doyle made his debut television back in 1988, winning the BBC's Opportunity Knocks.[3]

Mike has done many pantomimes and standup comedy shows including his very own televised series "The Mike Doyle Show" which aired on HTV (ITV Wales) in 2002.[1][3] Mike has also done some work for BBC Radio Wales, 106.3 Bridge FM, 102.1 Bay Radio and Trade Centre Wales.

Mike has also presented a televised gameshow called The Lyrics Game for the BBC back in 2004.[4]

He has also appeared in West End shows including playing the Big Bopper in Buddy and playing Vince Fontaine in Grease.[3] He released an album, Every Word, in 1999.[3]

At the moment he has his own show on 102.1 Bay Radio on Sunday morning between 9-10am, a show on 106.3 Bridge FM and is the voice of 'Trevor' in the Trade Centre Wales Car Adverts.

Mike's current single has been released to help raise money for Cardiff Institute for the Blind. The single is entitled What Colour is the Wind?.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Allen, Gavin (2009) "Twenty years of panto with Mike Doyle", South Wales Echo, 24 December 2009, retrieved 2010-01-24
  2. ^ Williams, Tryst (2003) "Doyle says thanks for the memories and the career", Western Mail, 30 December 2003, retrieved 2010-01-24
  3. ^ a b c d "High Notes and Humour", Chester Chronicle, 26 August 2005, retrieved 2010-01-24
  4. ^ WelshStars.co.uk, Retrieved 3 March 2010
  5. ^ Blanket Communications, retrieved 3 March 2010