Milo McCabe

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Milo McCabe (born Michael McCabe; 5 June) is a British television presenter, actor and Stand-up character comedian.

Early life[edit]

McCabe was born in Kingston upon Thames to Mike McCabe. His father was a comedian of New Faces fame and appeared on The Comedians.

Career[edit]

Milo McCabe has a BA (Hons) degree in Psychotherapy from the University of Liverpool and studied towards an MSc in Transactional Analysis. McCabe also studied Meisner Technique Acting at Impulse Theatre Company where he met Tim Booth. McCabe became a drummer for Tim Booth and the Individuals and in 2004 played Glastonbury Festival, T in the Park, V Festival and Benicassim (Festival Internacional de Benicàssim) alongside Morrissey, The Killers and The Strokes.

McCabe has presented ITV2's Dare and presented 3 episodes of ITV1's The Mint, then moved on to present its spin-off show Mint Extra on ITV Play from September 9, 2006. He has further presenting credits on Current TV.

Other shows McCabe has been involved with include The A-Z of Sexual Fetishes for Five, Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive for BBC Three and Live At The Electric for BBC Three.

McCabe regularly performs around the UK and internationally on the stand-up scene.

In 2011 McCabe performed[1] his Edinburgh Fringe Festival chat show, Get Brown at the Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh, featuring 3 new characters, Nobbo Johnson, an Aussie Rules legend turned art critic; Tyson Moon, following in his "Father's Footsteps" as the son of an old school comedian and Anthony Sixsmith, a camp Liverpudlian bongo healer; alongside Maff Brown as the show's vitriolic host and Will Sentance as Floor Manager. Long standing McCabe creation Philberto also features as the unappreciated warm up guy. His show received 4* reviews.[2][3]

In 2012 McCabe returns[4] to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his show Kenny Moon This is Your Life at the Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh. Milo McCabe plays several new characters, Mike McCabe plays Kenny Moon and Chris Henry hosts.

Television work[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Milo McCabe Get Brown". Gilded Balloon. 
  2. ^ "Milo McCabe Get Brown Review". Chortle. UK. 14 August 2011. 
  3. ^ "Milo McCabe: Get Brown Review". Scotsgay. UK. 14 August 2011. 
  4. ^ "Milo McCabe:Kenny Moon This is Your Life".