1945 – Born on the 8th of March in Los Angeles, California.
1956 – Began his show business career when he starred in a children’s show called Circus Boy under the name Micky Braddock.
1965 – He was cast in the television sitcom The Monkees and became the drummer and lead vocalist for the band created for the show.
1976 – 1977 – He eventually reunited with fellow Monkee Davy Jones and songwriters Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart for a record and a lengthy series of tours, but he had bigger success the following year with a stage production of the Harry Nilsson musical The Point! in London.
1980 – Produced and directed the sitcom "Metal Mickey" (, see also IMDB), featuring a small metallic robot with the catch-phrase "boogie boogie".
– Directed a stage version of Bugsy Malone, casting a then-unknown 14-year-old Catherine Zeta-Jones.
1986 – A screening of the entire Monkees television series by MTV led to renewed interest in the group.
2005 – Replaced Harry Harrison as the morning disc jockey at oldies radio station WCBS-FM in New York.
– Celebrated his 100th show with a special morning show at B.B. Kings.
2006 – Played Charlemagne at the Goodspeed Opera House for the revival of the musical "Pippin" in East Haddam, Connecticut.
– He reported that he is the current voice of Snuggle the Fabric Softener Bear.
2007 – In March, he will be appearing in Rob Zombie’s Halloween remake as Derek Allan, the owner of the gun shop where Dr. Loomis (played by Malcolm McDowell) buys a gun in his search for Michael Myers.
– He was featured on American Idol on the Idol Gives Back episode when the show filmed celebrities singing and dancing to Stayin’ Alive by the Bee Gees.