Robert Edward "Bob" Mills (born 30 June 1957, Chester) is a British comedian, notable for his appearances in cult TV series such as In Bed with Medinner and The Show, the latter an attempt to do a non-fictional British version of The Larry Sanders Show.
In the 1990s he also hosted the daytime quiz show Win, Lose or Draw on ITV and the computer games programme Games World on Sky One. During the 2000s Mills hosted several shows on VH1.
Bob Mills is also a writer, having written the Michael Barrymore comedy Bob Martin '. He created and wrote the Robson Green vehicle Christmas Lights, and the spin-off series 'Northern Lights'. He also wrote the screenplay for the film Pierrepoint.
He is a well-known supporter of Leyton Orient and writes a regular column in the Leyton Orient programme. His uncle, Eric Lee, played in The Football League for Chester City . He is a cousin of Peter Lee, a former Montreal Canadiens first-round draft pick. Mills is also rumoured to be on the next series of [Strictly Come Dancing] not as a contestant but as one of the judges as he is known for his fleet-footedness.
He is also a regular pundit on BBC Radio Five Live's Fighting Talk, and is the holder of the coveted, 'Copa de Croix St. Simon', awarded to the annual FT Champion of Champions, having defeated Martin Kelner in the 2010 Final.
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