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Michael Fielding : biography

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Michael Fielding, more commonly known as Mike Fielding, is a comedian and actor. He was born in 1982 in Westminster, London, England and raised in Mitcham, South west London.

Career

He helped write and acted in his brother Noel Fielding, and Julian Barratt's show, The Mighty Boosh, which proved to be his big break. He starred in all three seasons of The Mighty Boosh and the live tours, The Mighty Boosh Live and the Future Sailors Tour as Naboo the Enigma. Most recently, he has been starring in "Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy". He now works at the London Eye.

The Mighty Boosh

Michael is best known for playing Naboo the Enigma, the shaman on The Mighty Boosh, co-written by and co-starring his older brother, Noel Fielding. He became part of The Mighty Boosh when he accompanied Noel to a show in Australia. Michael and his best friend then decided to live in Australia following the tour. In an audio commentary on the DVD release of the first season of The Mighty Boosh, Noel commented that his brother and friend only lived there for a year but they 'had the time of their lives'. His character is often seen with a hookah pipe and makes a few drug references throughout the series. Noel said in an interview with Jonathan Ross that the abstract name of the show came about from one of Michael's Portuguese friends who described his hair as being like a "mighty bush", owing to Michael's curly hairstyle as a child.Interview on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross on 10 November 2006 Michael has since confirmed his brother's story about The Mighty Boosh name, but revealed that his friend was actually Spanish.

He is 5'1" (155cm).

Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy

Michael Fielding is also known for his roles in Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy. He plays the main character Smooth, Noel's grey anteater-like butler. He also plays the minor character Doo Rag.http://www.comedy.co.uk/guide/tv/noel_fieldings_luxury_comedy/details/

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