Scott Mills is the extremely popular host of Radio 1’s ‘Scott Mills Show’, broadcasting across the UK every afternoon between 4-7pm. Not limited to radio, he is a regular presenter for the National Lottery on BBC1 on Saturdays and Wednesdays where he hosts the live studio show and draws.
Scott has been the co-host for ITV2’s coverage of the National TV Awards and has hosted Upstaged for BBC3 – a daily interactive competition looking for talent, voted by the public online.
As a regular Comic/Sport Relief supporter, Scott has taken part in Let’s Dance for Sports Relief alongside Olly Murs and took part in the BT Comic Relief Camel Trek to Kenya, where he walked alongside 8 celebrity names for hundreds of miles across the desert in intense heat.
Scott also fronted a documentary for BBC3 called World’s Worst Place To Be Gay? investigating how dangerous it is to be gay in Uganda. He went on to win a ‘Best Documentary’ Stonewall Award for this programme.
Scott presented BBC3’s ‘Three at the Fringe’ show in August 2011, following his Radio 1 show broadcasting from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival all week for the third year running. Through the week, he copresented the Fun n Filth Cabaret with Nick Grimshaw, which was broadcast live on Radio 1, online and the red button.
Scott Mills has more than earned his stripes in the radio industry. He joined Radio 1 in 1998 as the Early Breakfast host and was swiftly thrown in at the deep end when four days into his new job he was asked to cover for the Zoë Ball Breakfast Show.
Scott’s versatility has led to him fronting many live events for Radio 1 including The Brit Awards and Radio 1’s Big Weekend.
Other TV credits under Scott’s belt include the ITV1 special, Batman Begins: Behind the Mask, and co-presenting Cilla Live! for Living. Unsurprisingly Scott is often asked to appear on shows and his credits include Paris Hilton’s British Best Friend for ITV2, The Sunday Night Project for C4, Britain’s Got More Talent for ITV2, Celebrity Scissor Hands for Children In Need, Celebrity Mastermind and Big Brother’s Little Brother for C4. Scott’s TV career started with him presenting Top of the Pops, as well as its spin off programmes: Top of the Pops @ Play and TOTP Plus for BBC2.
After becoming showbiz friends and spending time in LA with David Hassellhoff, Scott presented a one off special entitled The Hoff: When Scott Came To Stay for Living TV.
When Scott’s not on air or screen he can be found DJ’ing at universities, nightclubs and hosting various corporate events and awards ceremonies up and down the country.