Scott Mills Biography
Scott Mills born in England as Scott Robert Mills is a DJ, Radio presenter, TV presenter, and actor who is known for being the presenter and owner of a show on BBC Radio 1. He was a UK commentator for the semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest.
How old is Scott Mills?-Age
Mills is 46 years old as of 1 August 2021. He was born on 28 March 1974 in Eastleigh, United Kingdom.
Mills Parents- Family
The England entertainment celebrity was born to Pete Mills and Sandra Mills. It is not known whether he has other siblings or he is the only child of his parents. His parents are no longer a couple although they together feature in their son’s show at sporadic intervals.
Scott Mills Sam Vaughan- Partner
He is openly gay. He announced his status in 2001 in order to stop tabloid-style hysteria. He was listed as the 50th most influential gay person in Britain in 2009. He previously dated Brad Harris and is currently dating Sam Vaughan since 2017.
Scott Mills Radio Career
As a DJ on his local Hampshire commercial radio station, Mills started his radio career at the age of 16. On mainstream commercial radio, he was the youngest permanent host. To host the early breakfast show, Mills joined BBC Radio 1 in 1998. He switched to the early-evening weekday slot in July 2004, initially covering for Sara Cox, who was on maternity leave. The slot became The Scott Mills Show when she was replaced by Sara Cox, as she did not return. The show runs from 1 pm to 4 pm, Monday through Thursday, and Chris Stark is currently co-presenting it. It was co-presented by Mark Chapman, a sportswriter, and occasional host, until 24 December 2009.
He went on to the afternoon slot on Radio 1 on 2 April 2012.
It was revealed on 10 April 2018 that he will begin hosting the June 2018 Official Chart Show. Mills has a variety of catchphrases. Since April 2019, on Radio 2’s Saturday afternoon show from 3 pm to 6 pm, Mills has been the main stand for Rylan Clark-Neal. It was revealed on 17 October 2019 that Mills and Chris Stark will begin hosting a show on BBC Radio 5 Live. Around 9 AM and 11 AM, the show is transmitted.
Scott Mills TV
Mills has performed on different TV shows as well, playing both as a character and as himself. In the BBC medical drama Casualty, his main acting role was as reporter Paul Lang. He has appeared in Mastermind, Supermarket Sweep, Children in Need, Hollyoaks, Most Haunted, and Never Mind the Buzzcocks as a contestant or visitor. Mills won the first episode of the two-episode Robot Wars: Battle of the Stars in 2016 alongside Stark.
Scott Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $100,000 – $1M which he has made from his long-time career as a DJ, Radio presenter, TV presenter, and actor.