Mike Doyle (comedian)

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Mike Doyle is a British comedian, vocalist and broadcaster from Carmarthen, Wales, but is now based in nearby Bridgend.[1][2] Doyle made his debut television back in 1988, winning the BBC One talent show 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.

In 2010, Mike released a single entitled What Colour is the Wind? to help raise money for Cardiff Institute for the Blind.[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