Mikey Teutul is the youngest son of Orange County Choppers founder Paul Teutul Sr. and a past cast member of the Discovery Channel TV show "American Chopper." Mikey was a member of the show, beginning 2003 when it premiered, and quit in May 2012. As of 2015, Mikey engages in speaking appearances at bike shows and conventions, paints, plays music and makes films.
Mikey left "American Chopper" to work out his relationship with his father. He played the role of a peacemaker on the show and would help resolve issues that would arise between his brother and father. However, his rise to fame became too much for him to handle.
Before working at "American Chopper," Teutul worked odd jobs including working as a bus boy, a bouncer and a telemarketer. He later joined "American Chopper" with the responsibility of answering phones and picking up garbage. The actor also opened an art gallery in Montgomery, New York. However, Teutul closed the art gallery in 2014.
After leaving the show, Mikey focused on rebuilding his relationship with his family and now has his father and brother back in his life. In 2014, Mikey appeared on a special edition of the "American Chopper" show, called "American Chopper: Shaq Bike."