Milton Jones : biography
Milton Jones (born 16 May 1964) is an English comedian. His style of humour is based on one-liners involving puns delivered in a deadpan and slightly neurotic style. Jones has had various shows on BBC Radio 4 and is a recurring guest panellist on Mock the Week. He won the Perrier comedy award for best newcomer in 1996.
Jones tours the UK periodically and is a regular performer at The Comedy Store in London and Manchester.
Jones wrote the surrealist, partially biographical novel Where Do Comedians Go When They Die?: Journeys of a Stand-Up (2009).
- The Very World of Milton Jones
- The House of Milton Jones
- Another Case of Milton Jones
- Milton Jones's House of Rooms (2012 Pilot of a Sit-com for Channel 4)
- 28 Acts in 28 Minutes (BBC, 60 seconds of stand-up)
- The Strangerers (Sky One)
- Not Going Out (writer)
- The Comedy Store
- The World Stands Up
- Live at Jongleurs
- Music Hall Meltdown (BBC, One-off variety programme)
- Planet Mirth
- Mock the Week
- Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow
- Lee Mack's All Star Cast
- Zulu Comedy Galla in Denmark
- Gonzola's Comedy Fest
Jones was also a writer for TV shows: The One Ronnie and Laughing Cow.
- Ten Second Sermons ISBN 0232528829 (Christian book with biblical and church-based one liners)
Jones grew up in Kew, London, his father is from South Wales. He attended Middlesex Polytechnic, gaining a diploma in dramatic art in 1985. He is married with three children and lives in Richmond, London. Jones is a Christian.
He also supports Arsenal FC.
- Live Universe Tour - Part 1 - Earth (2009)
- Lion Whisperer - (21 November 2011)
- On The Road - (2013)
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