Noel Miller is a Canadian comedian, actor, and internet personality. He is best known for being one half of the comedy duo Tiny Meat Gang, along with his partner Cody Ko. Their humorous podcasts, YouTube videos, and music have gained a large following online.
Miller’s career began as a stand-up comedian, and he quickly gained popularity on Vine, a now-defunct video-sharing app. He later transitioned to YouTube, where he collaborated with other internet personalities such as PewDiePie, MrBeast, and Shane Dawson. In 2017, he began hosting his own podcast, “The Noel Miller Show,” where he discusses a range of topics with guests.
However, Miller’s biggest success came with the formation of Tiny Meat Gang, which he created with Cody Ko in 2017. The duo released their debut single, “Keep Ya Dick Fat,” which quickly went viral and spawned a number of other hits such as “Super Xan” and “Broke Bitch.” Their comedy music has amassed millions of views on YouTube and streams on music platforms like Spotify.
Miller has also acted in several web series, including Sugar Pine 7’s “Alternative Lifestyle” and Brandon Rogers‘ “Stuff & Sam.” In 2019, he made his feature film debut in the comedy “Rhett & Link’s Buddy System.”