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Scott Mills (Scott Robert Mills) was born on 28 March, 1974 in Eastleigh, United Kingdom, is an English radio DJ, television presenter and occasional actor. Discover Scott Mills's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 46 years old?

Popular As Scott Robert Mills
Occupation DJ, Radio presenter
Age 47 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 28 March 1974
Birthday 28 March
Birthplace Eastleigh, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Scott Mills Height, Weight & Measurements

At 47 years old, Scott Mills height is 5′ 10″ .

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Height 5′ 10″
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Scott Mills Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Scott Mills worth at the age of 47 years old? Scott Mills’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Scott Mills's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2020 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
Salary in 2019 Under Review
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Since April 2019, Mills has been the main stand in for Rylan Clark-Neal on Radio 2's Saturday afternoon show from 3pm to 6pm.

On 17 October 2019 it was announced that Mills and Chris Stark would start hosting a show on BBC Radio 5 Live. The show is part of the stations new weekend line up starting on 9 November 2019. The show is broadcast between 9AM and 11AM.


On 10 April 2018 it was announced he would begin hosting The Official Chart Show from June 2018.

On 28 May 2018 he did Bank Holiday Monday show 'Radio 2 Remix' from 4pm till 7. The same day he did a live show on BBC Radio 1 from 1pm to 4, being one of the first people ending a show on Radio 1 and starting one on Radio 2 at the same time.


On 20 March 2017 he hosted a late night show from 10pm to 2am for Sara Cox' Dance-A-Thon.


Mills won, alongside Stark, the first episode of the two-episode Robot Wars: Battle of the Stars (2016) with their robot Arena Cleaner, which was a collaboration with Dave Moulds, who drove Carbide, second place in the preceding series. This was broadcast over the Christmas and New Year period 2016.


Mills began his career at the age of 16 as a DJ on his local Hampshire commercial radio station, Power FM, after barraging the station with demo tapes. Mills was given an opportunity to present a week worth of shows, and based on the success of this, he was immediately offered the 'graveyard slot' of 1:00 am – 6:00 am (six nights a week), making him the youngest permanent presenter on mainstream commercial radio. Mills later moved to the late afternoon 'drive time' slot.


On 2 April 2012 he moved to the afternoon slot on Radio 1.

Mills appeared on series 12 of Strictly Come Dancing and his dance partner was Joanne Clifton, sister of Kevin, who also dances on the show. They came 11th in the competition after being eliminated in week 6.


In February 2011, Mills presented a documentary for BBC Three called The World's Worst Place to Be Gay?.

In February 2011, it was announced that Mills would take part in the BT Charity Trek along with other celebrities as part of the 2011 Comic Relief Red Nose Day campaign. The celebrities spent five days in the Kaisut desert in north Kenya, covering 100 kilometres (62 miles) in temperatures up to 40 °C.


Mills did another Edinburgh Fringe show in 2010. He was challenged to do a one-man show, as was his co-host, Rebecca Huxtable, his producer, The One That Doesn't Speak, and his ex-co-host, Mark Chapman. Mills did his show as 'The Bjorn Identity', the story of Jason Bjorn, essentially, the Bourne Identity to the music of ABBA.


The Scott Mills Show, as it currently features, runs from 1  pm to 4  pm, Monday to Thursday and is currently co-presented by Chris Stark. Until 24 December 2009, it was co-presented by sport reporter and occasional presenter Mark Chapman (Chappers). The assistant producer was Laura Sayers until April 2008 when assistant producer Rebecca Huxtable, usually called 'Beccy' or 'Wacky Beccy' on air took over, she left the show in January 2013 due to being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The regular newsreader is Chris Smith. The producer of the show used to be Emlyn Dodd, although he was referred to on air as 'The one who doesn't speak'.

On 14 May 2009, a musical based on Mills' life was announced, to be performed at the Edinburgh Festival 2009. The musical ran for three nights between 11 and 13 August at the Pleasance One Theatre in Edinburgh. The musical was born from an internet rumour that Mills would perform in Rick Rolling The Musical as Rick Astley and other 1980s musicians. He denied this rumour on his radio show, and listeners' suggestions to create a musical based on his life became a reality. Some songs for the musical were composed and sent in by listeners to his radio show. The musical is available for viewing on the BBC Radio 1 website.

He was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Arts from Southampton Solent University on 2 November 2009. The bridge that crosses the M3 at Fleet services was officially named the "Scott Mills" bridge along with a plate, on 16 March 2016.


He narrated the music TV show The Pop Years which, coincidentally, was also narrated by fellow BBC Radio 1 DJ Edith Bowman. He has presented high-profile programmes including the Wednesday night National Lottery draw on BBC 1 and his own pilot (featured on the radio show) of Reverse-a-Word. He has narrated Dating in the Dark on Living. In February 2008, he presented Upstaged on the newly re-launched BBC Three. He also hosted a BBC Three television show called Radio 1 on Three, inspired by his radio show.


In addition to his radio work, he has also appeared on various television shows, playing both as a character and as himself. His main acting role was as reporter Paul Lang in the BBC medical drama Casualty, appearing in episodes in both 2006 and 2007. He also had a cameo in the BBC Scotland soap opera River City after praising the show highly on his radio show.


Mills came out as gay to the press in 2001 to avoid tabloid-style speculation. Occasionally on the show, deflective comments are made, and Mills often jokes that he "doesn't have much luck with the ladies". In his Guardian interview he explained, "I'd just like to be accepted as a normal bloke who is gay and is on the radio and the television." Mills appeared at number 12 on the Independent on Sunday's Pink List for 2010. Mills was the 50th most influential gay person in Britain the previous year.


Mills joined BBC Radio 1 in 1998 to present the early breakfast show which broadcasts between the hours of 4  am and 7  am. In January 2004, Mills shifted to a weekend afternoon slot for just over 6 months, but in July 2004, he moved over to the weekday early-evening slot, initially covering for Sara Cox, who was on a maternity leave. As she did not return, the slot became The Scott Mills Show. Mills also provides holiday cover for other slots including The Radio 1 Breakfast Show as well as hosting The Official Chart on Friday evenings followed by Radio 1’s dance anthems.


Mills moved from Power FM to GWR FM Bristol, staying with the station for two years, before joining Piccadilly Key 103 in Manchester starting on the late night slot before moving to the mid-morning show. In 1995, Mills began to work for the new London station Heart 106.2.


Scott Robert Mills (born 28 March 1974) is an English radio DJ, television presenter and occasional actor, best known for presenting his show on BBC Radio 1. Mills has also been a UK commentator for the semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest.