With personalities split between an unlikely Scrabble champion, a dandy on the Dole and others, meet Milo's latest selection of funny faces. 'Brilliantly observed' (Scotsgay). 'Undeniably funny' (Chortle.co.uk). Top 10 Show 2012, GQ. 'Ridiculously talented' (Kate Copstick). This is Milo's third multi-character show at the Fringe. In 2011, Get Brown was an Amused Moose Laughter Awards finalist. In 2012, Kenny Moon: This Is Your Life met with more critical acclaim. As a stand-up, Milo's Portuguese alter ego Philberto performs at the London and Manchester Comedy Stores, Jongleurs, Highlight and a plethora of comedy clubs across the UK.
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With a personality split between an unlikely Scrabble Champion, a Dandy on the Dole and a Glaswegian train driver who thinks he's Adele, meet Milo's latest selection of funny faces. This is the third multi-character show at The Fringe from the man Kate Copstick described last year in The Scotsman as "ridiculously talented". In 2011, Get Brown was an Amused Moose Laughter Awards finalist and in 2012, Kenny Moon: This Is Your Life met with more critical acclaim.
Milo studied Meisner Technique Acting at Impulse Theatre Company and in 2012 appeared in Live At The Electric (Avalon for BBC Three) and the pilot of Drifters (Bwark for Channel 4). He has a BA (HonS) degree in Psychotherapy from The University of Liverpool and is an accomplished drummer - with Tim Booth (lead singer of James) and The Individuals he played Glastonbury, T In The Park, V Festival and Benicassim (Festival International de Beniccassim) alongside Morrissey, The Killers and The Strokes. He has also worked as a TV Presenter and his credits include ITV1's The Mint (3 series), its spin off show Mint Extra on ITV Play and ITV2's Dare. Other TV includes Channel 5's The A-Z of Sexual Fetishes and Rob Brydon's Annnually Retentive.
As a stand-up, Milo's Portuguese alter-egos Philberto and Troy Hawk perform at The London and Manchester Comedy Stores, Jongleurs, Highlight and a plethora of comedy clubs across the UK.
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