Noel Miller (YouTuber)

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Noel Millar[1] (born August 19, 1989), known professionally as Noel Miller, is a Canadian YouTuber, comedian, podcaster, and Rapping. Miller first gained public attention via his short comedy skits on Vine (service). He is part of the comedy-rap duo Tiny Meat Gang with Cody Ko.

Early life

Born in Toronto, Canada, Miller moved to Los Angeles with his parents at a young age, only returning once to Toronto as a five year old after the 1994 Northridge earthquake. After high school, Miller worked in a music studio, running errands for various members of the staff. He then went to community college and started working as a software engineer upon completing his degree.


Miller started recording videos on the now-defunct application Vine (service), with one of his videos going viral with 2.6 million loops. Around the same time, he started recording some short comedy sketches on his YouTube channel. Later, the content changed to more reaction-based content.

He is friends with fellow YouTuber and former Viner, Cody Ko,[2] often collaborating with him on commentary videos, as well as making music together as comedy rap duo Tiny Meat Gang.[3] Tiny Meat Gang released the EPs Bangers & Ass on December 15, 2017 and Locals Only on December 20, 2018, as well as signing to Arista Records in October 2019.[4] The duo host a commentary series together called That's Cringe[3] and a Let's Play series of the Love Island (franchise) mobile game, as well as a podcast called the Tiny Meat Gang Podcast, which won the Shorty Awards for best podcast in 2019.[5] The award was accepted on May 5, 2019, in New York City at the PlayStation Theater.

In 2019, wanting to return to his roots of film making, Miller wrote and directed the short dark comedy film SUKI.

In 2020, Miller created the series "Hotlaps", where he would interview guests while driving a car-desk hybrid vehicle made for the show. Guests included Twitch streamer Hasan Piker and YouTuber Twomad.

The same year, Miller recorded his debut EP Push, releasing it under the name NOEL. Miller stated that the project was created as a gift to his father, who had once been a musician.[6]

In 2021, as COVID-19 restrictions in the United States loosened, Miller resumed his stand-up shows. On October 8, 2021, Miller released a schedule of upcoming shows running into 2022.

Personal life

Miller lives in Los Angeles with his fiancée Aleena and their dog, Ollie. The pair announced their engagement on Instagram on October 13, 2020.

In June 2020, during the protests against police brutality in the United States in response to the murder of George Floyd, Miller described his own experiences and close calls with police due to his mixed race background. He advised his fans not to sweep the issue under the rug, but to talk about it and push for change.

An avid fan of motorsport, Miller has often talked about Formula One on his Twitch streams, particularly after a race weekend. He created a third YouTube Channel named "Everything but the Points" where he would exclusively talk about Formula 1, however as of October 2021 all content on the channel has been deleted. In June 2020, he took part in the "Not the GP" virtual race in the F1 2020 (video game), competing against other streamers and F1 drivers Lando Norris, Charles Leclerc, and Nicholas Latifi.

He has started Kart racing|go-karting under the tutelage of former NASCAR driver Troy Adams and competed in a few races.


As a director
Year Title Notes
2019 SUKI Short film


Solo discography

Extended Plays

  • 2020: Push


  • 2018: "Wood Worm" (ft. Spock)
  • 2019: "Loophole"
  • 2020: "Motor Yola" (ft. Spock)

TMG discography

As Tiny Meat Gang (also known as TMG) with Cody Ko.

Extended plays

Title Year Singles
Bangers & Ass 2017 "Super Xan"
Locals Only 2018 "Stay Safe"

"No Flex"


Title Year Album
"Super Xan" 2017 Bangers & Ass
"Stay Safe" 2018 Locals Only
"No Flex"
"Walk Man" 2019 N/A
"Short Kings Anthem" (with Blackbear (musician)|Blackbear)
"Club Poor" (with VanossGaming|Rynx) In Pieces
"Broke Bitch" 2020 rowspan="3"
"Daddy" (with Quinn XCII) 2021


  1. Credited as Noel Millar on all new TMG songs due to need to use legal name, as well as references to being named Millar before career on YouTube.
  2. Mason, Sands (17 January 2019). "Two Years Later, Where Is The Viner Invasion?". Forbes.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Wynne, Kelly (29 January 2019). "Cody Ko and Noel Miller talk 'That's Cringe', tour and 'Fortnite' with Matty Smokes". Newsweek.
  4. "Tiny Meat Gang Signs to Arista Records: Exclusive". Billboard. 24 October 2019.
  5. "'Tiny Meat Gang' wins 2019 Best Podcast Shorty, 'Bag Man' Best Branded Podcast". Retrieved 2020-01-29.
  6. "On 'Push,' Noel Miller Makes the Transition From Comedian to Artist". Study Breaks. 2020-11-29. Retrieved 2021-10-09.

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