Mick Innes Biography – Mick Innes Wiki
Mick Innes (born Michael John Innes) was a New Zealand actor. He was best known for his role as Rod on Australian soap Home And Away, as well as featuring in the New Zealand comedy series, Hounds. He starred in Netherwood, The Insatiable Moon, The Strength Of Water and Apron String, and many television series including The Jacqui Brown Diaries, Super City, and Hounds.
He was also well-known for theatre work. In 2014, he starred in his biographical solo show Zen Dog. The show touched on his history with drug addiction, as well as his multiple marriages and stints in rehab and a psych ward.
Mick Innes Age
He was born Michael John Innes on November 28, 1953, in Christchurch, New Zealand. He died on December 12, 2020. He was 67 years.
Mick Innes Wife
Mick Innes was married to his wife actress Jedda Cole from December 6, 1991, until her death in 2008.
Jedda Cole Death
Mick Innes’ wife, Indigenous Australian actress Jedda Cole, died in 2008.
Mick Innes Children
He is survived by his three children, Julian Innes, Mimi Toya Cole, and Sarah-Jane Burchett.
Mick Innes Death
Mick Innes died at his family home in Christchurch, New Zealand on December 12, 2020, at the age of 67, after a battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, a lung condition. His cousin Geoff Innes first shared the news in a Facebook post. He wrote: “My dear cousin Mick Innes stepped off the mortal coil yesterday, I’m going to miss our phone conversations and I know he’s going to be missed by many, love you Mick xx.”
In 2014, he suffered a stroke while on stage performing his biographical solo play Zen Dog. He said at the time according to The Star, “After the play, I had slurred speech but I put that down to the partying that went on during closing night. When I woke up in the morning I had trouble breathing so I went to the doctor and next thing I’m off to hospital in an ambulance.”
Mick Innes Cause of Death
Mick Innes’ cause of death was a lung disease. He died after a battle with the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – a long-running lung condition.