Noel Miller, born on August 19, 1989, initially gained recognition as a stand-up comedian and later ventured into the music industry, creating unique and entertaining rap tracks. In addition, he’s a songwriter, a popular social media influencer, and an entertaining host. Notably, he directed “Suki,” a short-action comedy that was released in 2019. Today, we come together to celebrate his birthday.
Noel Miller was born in Toronto, Canada, and attended a local school there. Not much is known about his family, and he prefers to keep it that way.
He entered the limelight as a stand-up comedian and created a Vine account where he posted comedy videos such as “How it Feels When Your Girl Go Through Your Phone” and “Locking it Down.” In 2015, he started his YouTube channel, which has gained millions of followers. He uploaded humorous videos, many of which garnered thousands of views, including his most popular video, titled “Reading Steamy Tweets – Ep2.” He collaborated with his friend, Cody-Ko, on most of his YouTube videos, and together they formed a group called Tiny Meat Gang (T.M.G.) in 2017. The group is known for its comedy and rap, and they released their debut single in 2017, which was in response to Jake Paul’s first single titled ‘It’s Everyday Bro.’ The duo started a podcast, “Tiny Meat Gang Podcast,” in which they discussed anything that sparked their interest.
In 2019, they won the “Best Podcast” award at the 11th Shorty Awards. Shortly after, they embarked on a live comedy tour in the United States. In December 2019, Miller released the short film, “Suki,” on YouTube and it’s gained over 1.2 million views to date. In 2020, he released his first single, ‘Motor Yola,’ under his mononymous stage name, NOEL, followed by his first solo E.P. “PushT.” Miller released three more singles, ‘Rat Race,’ ‘Pacemaker,’ and ‘Day Date” in 2022, and in 2023, he embarked on a worldwide stand-up comedy tour.
He was in a long-term relationship with Instagram personality Aleena, and he proposed to her in 2020. The couple tied the knot in October 2022.
Noel Miller uses Vine to get himself noticed by people, and his followers quickly increase.
A year after using Vine and gaining followers there, Miller moves to YouTube and uploads his first video, “Colgate Evergreen Ad.”
Miller and his T.M.G. partner, Cody-Ko, release an extended play, “Bangers & Ass,” with five songs.
The "Tiny Meat Gang Podcast” wins an award for the "Best Podcast of the Year" at the 11th Shorty Awards.
Miller releases the short film, "Suki," on YouTube.
He releases his first single, 'Motor Yola,' under his mononymous stage name, NOEL.
He embarks on a worldwide stand-up comedy tour.
Why We Love Noel Miller
Since discovering his talents, Noel Miller has never let any revenue opportunity pass him by. He's a funny comedian, a good film director, he has released many songs, some of which have been very successful, and he even has his own merchandise. He continues to showcase his talents; hopefully, he will surprise us with yet another one.
He interacts with his fans
Many times, celebrities find it difficult to interact with their fans and respond to them, mostly due to how busy their lives tend to get. Miller has created a Cameo account, which gives die-hard fans the opportunity to pay for personalized videos. Although this is done on a public platform and not directly, it still makes fans feel happy and noticed.
Miller's creative mind has kept him relevant thus far. He gives us new and fresh content with every video that he uploads, and this is one of the reasons why his followers keep increasing and don't get bored.
5 Surprising Facts
He is a film director
He directed the short action-comedy titled "Suki," which was released in 2019.
He’s not a fan of videos
Although he uploads his content on YouTube, Noel Miller prefers live performances and streaming because he can see who he's talking to, and it's not like he's talking alone to the camera.
He was a website developer
Miller started working as a website developer for Fullscreen, before taking on the stand-up comedian route.
Miller didn't plan to make music
Making music was an idea that came to him while he was creating a podcast with Cody-Ko, and they decided to give music a try by approaching it the way they approach their content: with humor.
He trained a bit in martial arts
Miller has revealed in an interview that he has trained in some martial arts with his friends and knows a thing or two about boxing, so beware.
Noel Miller FAQs
What is Noel Miller’s ethnicity?
He has not disclosed any information about his ethnicity. All we know is that Miller is Canadian and has mixed heritage.
What or who are his musical influences?
Miller says that his biggest musical influence has to be Sean Paul.
Which medium has been Noel Miller’s most challenging?
He finds videos challenging because it makes him feel uncomfortable to talk alone on camera. That’s why he usually features his friend, Cody-Ko.
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