Mick Miller is often referred to as "The bald guy with the long hair" and is well known for his famous "Noddy" routine. This book tells the story of the journey from his childhood in Liverpool to his acclaimed performance at "The Royal Variety Show" in front of The Princess Royal. It takes us through his days as a goalkeeper at Port Vale where the legendary Stanley Matthews signed him. We learn of his days as a Pontin's Blue Coat and how he became a comedian in his own right. We find out how that Noddy routine came about and how he found himself on "New Faces" and "The Comedians." Mick Miller is not an "Old School" comedian stuck in a 1980s time warp. He works hard to keep his act fresh and up to date and, because of that, he is still very relevant today and is equally at home in comedy clubs, cruise ships and theatres. He still has the drive and ambition that he had when he started out and relishes new challenges. This is the story of his life so far.