While in college, Micky Dolenz studied architecture.
Micky Dolenz started a band in the mid 1965 called "Micky and The One Nighters." They later changed their name to "Missing Links."
Micky Dolenz went to San Fernando College in California, but dropped out in 1963 after his father died.
Shortly after his father died, Micky Dolenz worked as a mechanic for Mercedes Benz from 1963 until 1964.
Micky Dolenz auditioned for a role on the tv show Circus Boy when he was ten years old.
Micky Dolenz started acting when he was six.
Micky Dolenz wrote two books called Gakky Two-Feet and I'm a Believer: My Life of Monkees, Music, and Madness.
Micky Dolenz has worked as an actor, musician, director, producer, writer, and radio DJ.
Micky Dolenze was married to Samantha Juste from 1968 until 1975. He then married Trina Dow in 1977 and they divorced in 1991. He wed Donna Quinter in 2002 and as of 2006, they are still married.
During the filming of The Monkees, Micky Dolenz pretended to play the drums.
Micky Dolenz made $450 an episode while filming The Monkees.
Micky Dolenz lived in England for fifteen years after The Monkees broke up.
Micky Dolenz can play the drums and guitar.
Micky Dolenz once owned a Moog Synthesizer. Only three were ever made in the world.
Micky Dolenz has four daughters.
Micky Dolenz has been married three times.
Micky Dolenz was in the music video for the song "Voices That Care." He also sang in the choir for the song.
In 1967, Micky Dolenz was drafted into the US Army, but was dismissed after he went for his physical because he was underweight.
One of Micky Dolenz's legs is shorter than the other.
Micky Dolenz suffered from Perthese disease when he was a child.
Micky Dolenz is a former member of the band The Monkees. He was the lead singer and the drummer.
In June 2006, Micky appeared in "Pippin" at the Grand Opera House in Connecticut as Charlemagne.
The 80's song 'Hey Mickey' by Toni Basil was written about Micky Dolenz. Toni was the choreographer in the movie HEAD. She can be seen dancing with Davy in the harem scene in the movie.
As of 2006, Micky works for the radio station, Oldies Station WCBS FM, in New York City. He is the morning deejay.
Micky Dolenz had to wear a wig while shooting the first season of The Monkees. His hair was wavy and all the other members had straight hair. He stopped wearing the wig at the beginning of the second season.
Micky's character in The Monkees series was based on John Lennon.
Micky's dad died when he was only 15.
Micky Dolenz tried out for the part of "Fonzie" on Happy Days.
Micky Dolenz: It's true that there used to be fewer channels, but there were also fewer actors out there. There was a greater chance of getting noticed. Now, with 150 channels, some going 24 hours a day, how do you have a hit? How do you break out?
Micky Dolenz: Thanks to the downloading of music from websites, producers are losing millions of dollars and are hesitant to invest money in any new band. As Ringo has said, 'Years ago, all you had to do was show up with your drums.' That's no longer the case.
Micky Dolenz: I've been acting my whole life. I'm now learning how to distinguish when I'm acting and when I'm not acting -- offstage as well as onstage.
Micky: (When asked what he did when the Monkees first broke up) I slept for about two years!