In 2003, Mike Smith won the Gemini Award for Viewer's Choice - Favourite Comedian.
Mike Smith met his fiance Nicole Hiltz on the set of the (2006) movie The Trailer Park Boys Movie, where she plays Julian's girlfriend.
Whenever Mike Smith and his fellow Trailer Park Boys actors make official public appearances they always stay in character.
Mike Smith met actor friends Rob Wells and John Paul Tremblay while sound mixing for his buddy Mike Clattenburg on the original The Trailer Park Boys movie. All three noticed Mike as he goofed around doing his character "Bubbles".
Mike Smith was born and grew up in Thorburn, Nova Scotia.
Mike Smith is well known as an excellent "swearist" which is what his character "Bubbles" is famous for on the series Trailer Park Boys.
Mike Smith composed music for the movies The Weight of Water and Serendipity.
Mike Smith is a long-time friend of Trailer Park Boys director Mike Clattenburg.
The first time that Mike Smith played the character Bubbles is in a short movie called The Cart Boy.
Mike Smith created the character "Bubbles" when he picked up a pair of thick glasses for 50 cents at a Texas flea market in the early 1990s.
Owns a cat named "Bubbles".
Was once a guitarist in the rock band Sandbox.
Has a degree in English from St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
Has played the guitar since the age of seven.
Made a cameo appearance as the extreme foul-mouthed "Bubbles" in Snow's 2002 music video Legal, however his swearing remains bleeped.
Played hockey for the Pictou County Weeks of the Nova Scotia Midget AAA Hockey League when he was in high school.
Currently engaged to actress Nicole Hiltz.
Mike Smith: (On being typecast as Bubbles) I'm not really at all worried because when I don't have my chin stuck out or have the glasses on, no one recognizes me. If I play a role in something else, nobody will ever know I was Bubbles.
Mike Smith: (On the hit show Trailer Park Boys) We'd love to see it go on as long as we can do it for. Just so long as it's funny. The majority of the people in the park where we filmed loved it. A few were offended by it too. I think they thought we were making fun of people living in trailer parks, but that's not it at all. This show is about humanity and reality generally.
Mike Smith: (On the hit show Trailer Park Boys being nominated for a Gemini Award) I don't really pay much attention to awards. It's cool we got nominated, but we're probably going to fucking lose.