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Biography
He is best known as the drummer and vocalist of the 1960s pop rock quartet ‘The Monkees’ and a member of the eponymous American television series.
George Michael ‘Mickey’ Dolenc Jr. was born on March 8, 1945 in Los Angeles, California, USA. The son of George Dolenc, a Hollywood character actor, and his wife, Janelle Johnson.
Career in show business began for Mika in 1956 with participation in the children’s prime time show ‘Circus Boy’ under the name of Mickey Braddock. In this children’s series, he got the role of an orphan who served in the early 20th century as a water-carrier, carrying water for elephants from his uncle’s circus. The children’s program lasted three years, after which Dolentz received rare roles in several television series and was engaged in education. Also Miki played in two unknown rock and roll bands, one of which was called ‘The Missing Links’. He went to Ulysses S. Grant High School in Weil-Glen, Los Angeles, California, and graduated in 1962.
In 1965 Dolentz was accepted into the actor’s ensemble of the television sitcom ‘The Monkees’ and became a drummer and singer of the same name group, specially created for the series. He wrote several songs for the band, and in such hits as ‘Last Train to Clarksville’ and ‘I’m a Believer’, he acted as lead singer. Toward the end of the second year of the series, Mickey became one of the screenwriters and directors of The Monkees. During the tour with the band in the UK, Mickey met his future wife, the mankunian model Samantha Just. The couple had a daughter, Amy Dolenz, who was an actress in the 1980s. However, in 1975, Miki and Samantha divorced.
After the closure of the series ‘The Monkees’ and the break-up of the band, Dolentz very much hoped to continue his musician career and even released several singles on the ‘MGM’ label and its affiliates in the early 1970s. He began working behind the scenes, voicing the characters of several animated series, including ‘Funky Phantom’, ‘Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid’, ‘Devlin’ and ‘Wonder Wheels’, and starred as guest actor on the prime-time TV series ‘Adam-12’ And ‘Three of my sons’. He tried to audition for the role of Fonzi in the series ‘Happy Days’, but failed, and the character went to another actor, Henry Winkler.
Then Miki, with former members of the band ‘The Monkees’, Davy Jones, Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart, decided to reunite, and recorded the album ‘Dolenz, Jones, Boyce & Hart’. They went on a long tour in 1975 and 1976, and after Jones and Dolenc won roles in the theatrical drama Harry Nilsson’s theatrical musical ‘The Point!’ in London. After the musical Dolentz stayed in England and began directing activities within the stage and television, and also became a producer of several of the shows he himself put on.
In the 1980s, Mickey withdrew and produced an unusual sitcom ‘Metal Mickey’ about a small metal pseudo robot. He also was responsible for staging a theatrical version of the musical ‘Bugsy Malone’, in the list of actors which was then still unknown 14-year-old Catherine Zeta-Jones. In 1986, the repetition of all episodes of the series ‘The Monkees’ on MTV channel revived interest in the group, followed by the release of a collection of hits of the band, as well as a new long play ‘Pool It!’ In 1987. Previous releases of the band were re-released, hit the album charts, and the new track ‘That Was Then, This Is Now’ was a real hit, breaking into the ‘Best 20’ ‘Billboard’ in the US.
Dolenc and other members of The Monkees from time to time reunited and went on tour tours, until 2001, and Mickey himself sometimes acted as a solo artist. He continued his directorial career on television in England and the United States and sometimes acted himself, for example, in the television series ‘Equalizer’.
In 2005, Dolenc replaced Dan Taylor as the morning DJ of the oldest New York radio station WCBS-FM. After the radio format changed, Mickey decided to go on tour with his sister Coco Dolenc. In June 2006, he played Charlemagne in the revived musical “Pippin” in East Hadde, Connecticut, and continued to stay in this role during the tour with this production. He also starred in the remake of John Carpenter’s 1978 film, Rob Zombie’s horror “Halloween 2007”, as the owner of the weapons store Derek Allan, in which Dr. Loomis (actor Malcolm McDowell) buys a gun, looking for the maniac of Mike Myers.
Miki is the holder of a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Open University in England. He was married three times and is the father of four daughters. From the marriage with Samantha, Juste was born Amy Bluelle. From the relationship with Trina Dolenc, three daughters were born: Charlotte Janelle, Emily Clare and Georgia Rose. He married for the third time in 2002, on Donna Quinter.
When Mickey Dolenz was asked if he believed in God, he definitely said no. And then he added: “God is a verb, not a noun.”

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