TV Show Host & Stand-up Comedian
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As an observational comedian, Ed Byrne’s talent is unparalleled. As well as having performed hit UK tours and West End solo runs, he has also enjoyed huge success on the international circuit, entertaining capacity audiences around the world – including five appearances on Late Night With Conan O’Brien (NBC).
The popular stand-up comic has also enjoyed success on the big and small screens, with poignant film roles in titles including Are You Ready For Love (Carnaby Films) and I Could Never Be Your Woman (Universal) as well as television appearances on shows such as Ed Byrne’s Just For Laughs (RTE), ITV/LWT Christmas Day Panto, Aladdin, and ITV sitcom, Sam’s Game. More recently, Ed has made frequent appearances on popular shows such as Mock The Week, Buzzcocks, Have I Got News For You, The Graham Norton Show and Live At The Apollo (all BBC).
Not limited to the screen, Ed’s impressive theatre work has included the lead role in ‘Kings Of The Road’, which played Edinburgh Festival before transferring to Dublin’s Ambassador’s Theatre, Greenwich Festival and Winchester Theatre Royal.
Ed is the perfect comedian for event hosting and after dinner stand-up. His hugely successful live show, Different Class ran for five week at the Riverside Studios London before heading off on a massive UK tour, a West End run at The Vaudeville Theatre and The Strand, and finally ending up at Hammersmith Apollo. On top of all of this, Ed is a great compère, performing at a huge amount of corporate events and award ceremonies.
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"Astoundingly polished material." The Sunday Telegraph
"In complete rapport with his capacity audience." Scotsman
"His wit won deafening cheers and feet stomping." The Guardian
"He is given a tumultuous welcome. By the end of the night heady anticipation has turned into something close to rapture." Time Out