The people behind Ireland and Irish Comedy

Ireland and Irish comedy is thought to be one of the most popular comics in the world. Since the 1980s, all of us could watch all of the comedians play behind those shows at home. Several Ireland comedians are very famous. One of the comedy shows that has been delivered by those comedians in the history of Irish comedy that has been established by over twenty-five years old. Some of the comedians who are working on this series are Mario Rosenstock, Ardal O’Hanlon, Barry Murphy, Dara O Brian, Dylan Moran, and Graham Norton. Besides these artists, there are also a few well-known comedians in Ireland. This article will give you information related to the best comedians from Ireland that you need to know.

Dave Allen

Dave Allen was born and bred in Dublin, especially from Firhouse. He is famous because of his satirical and acute comedy performances on some of the British television programs in the 1970s. He used to describe himself as an atheist and make fun of priests and churches. His desire to speak the truth through comedy might be inherited from his journalism blood from his father and grandmother. Due to this kind of performance, he was prohibited from showing in Australian television in the 1960s and Irish broadcaster in around 1977.

Dave Allen
Dave Allen

Dara O Briain

Dara O Briain is from Bray in County Wicklow. His educational background was mathematics and theoretical physics before entering his career as a presenter in children’s television program in Irish broadcaster. Because of his experience, his Ireland and Irish comedy performance always turn a comedy to science, video games, and also travel. Currently, O’Briain has hosted some of the UK television programs and published some of his work that is related to the world of space into exciting children’s books.

Aisling Bea

Aisling Bea is a famous comic artist and a writer who was born in County Kildare. She has won the stand-up comedy show because of her style of comedy performance that is engaging and observational. Not only appears in a British television program, she also has performed in America. Her desire to be a comedian and also a writer might have come from her grandfather, who used to be a poet and novelist from West Cork. Today, Bea is joining London Irish Centre, an organization that focuses on raising money for young Irish immigrants.

Aisling Bea
Aisling Bea

Sean Hughes

Similar to Dave Allen, Sean Hughes was also born in Firhouse. Could you imagine two great comedian artists came from the same suburb in Ireland? Sean Hughes was well known because of his television performance as a presenter and a performer. However, Sean passed away in October 2017.

Those artists as mentioned earlier, are some of the great comedians that come from Ireland. They are all raised because of the help of Tyrone Power who was the first successful comedian in Ireland. He became a star in America in 1833 by bringing out Ireland and Irish comedy to his country.

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