Mickey Dean Death – Dead: Professional Comedian, Mickey Dean Has Passed Away. Mickey Deans was reported to have died today August 27 2020. The news of his death flooded social media this evening. Mickey Dean cause of death or what killed him has not been made public.
Mickey Dean has been a Comedian for over 20 years. Opening for such acts as Michael Bolton, Wynonna Judd, Reba McEntyre, and Joe Diffie; just to name a few.
Mickey headline regularly at “Comedy Club Stardome (Birmingham, Alabama). He has been featured on the “Rick and Bubba Show” on numerous occasions “hence” “the popular ‘Mickey Dean sightings’.
From bankers to school teachers, from the Internal Revenue Service to Comedy Clubs, Mickey Dean’s style of down-home, sophisticated social commentary will hit anyone’s funny bone. His brand of comedy reveals the humorous angles of all levels of work, home and life in general.
It takes a special person to perform in the corporate arena. Mickey is no stranger to this neighbourhood. He spent 25 years in the steel plate fabrications business before trying his talents on the big stage. Since then he has headlined Comedy Clubs all over the US, at the Atlantis in the Bahamas and is currently the “comic relief” on the syndicated radio morning show “The Rick and Bubba Show.” He has shared the stage with national artists Michael Bolton and Wynona Judd.
Mickey Dean is just right to spice up and put some laughter in your next corporate function or holiday party. He is a great Master of Ceremonies for any corporate event. His show is typically 35 to 45 minutes long and can be tailored to your needs or topics.
Tributes Floods Twitter
— Cathy Stone (@CathySt02031775) August 26, 2020
Sad news today. Mickey Dean has passed away. Family and friends confirm that Mickey passed due to complications from COVID 19. Details on tomorrow’s show. pic.twitter.com/AIHpGb6iVY
— rick burgess (@bigvox) August 27, 2020
So sorry to hear this sad news..Loved his stories in the past so much! Rest In Peace with Our Lord and Savior Mickey Dean✝️
— Dianne Howell (@HowellDianne) August 27, 2020