Neil Mullarkey

Neil Mullarkey

About Neil Mullarkey

Neil R. Mullarkey (born 1961) is an English actor, writer and comedian. Mullarkey studied at Robinson College, Cambridge where he was a member of the Footlights and was Junior Treasurer during Tony Slattery's term as president. He became president in 1982 with Nick Hancock, Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis as his contemporaries. Mullarkey formed Hancock & Mullarkey with Hancock, performing their act (which consisted of spoofing television shows' title sequences to that show's accompanying theme music) several times on television. This included Doctor Who, Kojak, and Dad's Army. He has also been in a double act with Tony Hawks called the Timid Twins. In the early 1980s, he teamed up with Mike Myers as 'Mullarkey and Myers'.

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