Australian comedian, Mickey D has become a familiar face at The Classic, New Zealand's home of live comedy and during the annual festival with half a dozen visits over the last 3 years. Usually hosting Late Shows and a variety of Comedy Showcases.
But what he hasn't done before is front up with his own solo festival hour long show. But that will change in 2009 when Mickey D presents Too Mickey Bro in The Classic Studio in Auckland and San Francisco Bath House in Wellington over the 3 week festival.
Once he had graduated from the Australian Pro comedy tour Mickey D spent 5 years establishing himself on the UK circuit. This included producing his own legendary late show, The Phat Cave at the annual Edinburgh Fringe Festival which became a home and refuge to comedians from Downunder including Flight of the Conchords and Rhys Darby when they first visited the Fringe.
Mickey identified with the Kiwis and following his return to Australia he has connected to audiences at The Classic and around New Zealand to the point where he now feels comfortable to be Too Mickey Bro!