Mick Hucknall worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Hucknall's early music was mostly featured in comedies like "Cross My Heart" (1987) starring Martin Short and the Steve Guttenberg hit "Three Men and A Baby" (1987). In addition to his music, Hucknall appeared in "Showtime Coast to Coast: The London Sessions" (Showtime, 1990-91). He also contributed to a variety of television specials, including "George Michael's Concert of Hope" (Disney, 1993-94) and "Music For Montserrat" (1997-98). Hucknall had a number of different projects under his belt in the nineties, including "Something to Believe In" with William "Billy" McNamara (1997), "Family Guy" (Fox, 1998-) and "An Audience With Tom Jones" (BBC, 1999-2000). Most recently, Hucknall worked on the dramatic musical "De-Lovely" (2004) with Kevin Kline.