Ed Byrne Biography
Ed Byres is an observational standup comedian, whose wit and comical charm make him an excellent choice for a corporate function, whether it’s an after dinner stand up set or live presenting of awards at gala evenings.
Ed has played in some of the biggest comedy venues in the UK and Ireland, he has also been successful internationally; he performed to a full audience at the Just for Laughs Festival that took place in Montreal. He has also performed gigs in Paris, Singapore, Australia, Belgium, New Zealand and has performed at the top comedy clubs in New York and L.A.
Ed is recognized for his appearances on the popular BBC TV shows ‘Have I Got News for You’ and ‘Mock The Week’. He has also had acting roles in a number of films, these include RAT (Universal Films (UK)) produced by Alison Owen (Ruby Films) where he plays a supporting role of Rudolph, a cameo in I Could Never Be Your Woman (Universal), a co-lead role in Are You Ready For Love (Carnaby Films) and the lead role in Zemanovaload (writer/Dir: Jason Rothwell, distributor: Red Bus).
His roles on theatre include the lead role in Brian McAvera’s ‘King of The Road’ which played over the course of the Edinburgh Festival and was then moved to Dublin’s Ambassador’s Theatre for a three week run.
Ed has had plenty of experience performing at corporate events and hosting awards shows or after dinner stand up and is the voice of The Carphone Warehouse adverts on the television and radio. More recently Ed has performed in Bermuda, Montreal, Rome, Switzerland, France and Ireland. He impressed both audiences and critics with his show ‘Different Classes’ which was shown at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
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Ed Byrne News
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17th October 2011
London’s West End was set alight this weekend by the comedy-jazz juggernaut - The Horne Section – embarking on an initial run of eight late-night Saturday shows. It's live and loud – “part improvised, part honed, part performance, part party.”
11th July 2011
Two of Speakers Corner’s top comedians Ed Byrne and Al Murray gather fellow comics to help London’s homeless for a one-off gig at the Prince Edward Theatre in Soho, London. The New Horizons Comedy Benefit will also feature Lucy Porter, Dan Antopolski and Simon Evans, and will be chaired by Jon Snow.
25th May 2010
Fingers crossed the sunshine stays, but rain or shine, the summer festival season must go on and with so many events to choose from it can all look a little overwhelming. So sit back, relax, and enjoy your ice-cream, while Speakers Corner do the leg work for you and pick out some of the best.
14th July 2009
Three television series are worth staying in for - Mock the Week, hosted by comedian Dara O'Briain, Dragons Den with favourite entrepreneurs James Caan, Duncan Bannatyne, Deborah Meaden, Theo Paphitis and Peter Jones and a brand new Tomorrow's World type science series begins called Bang Goes the Theory with presenters Liz Bonnin (pictured), Dr Yan Wong, Jem Stansfield & Dallas Campbell
14th August 2008
Ed Byrne is officially the Fringe's healthiest comedian.
Ed Byrne Reviews
Ed Byrne has spoken and appeared at a number of recent corporate events. Please find some client speaker testimonials and reviews for Ed Byrne for a number of these events and conferences. If you would like some additional information as to how to book Ed Byrne for your corporate event, then please contact one of the Speakers Corner booking agents on +44 (0)20 7607 7070 or email email@example.com
You'll laugh so much that laughing will become more normal than breathing!
Entertaining, easy and amenable
Jokes come so fast that hecklers don't have a chance to get a word in edgeways
It is rare for comedy to merit the word "masterful" but in this case it's no overstatement
His set had the audience in stitches for most of the evening - they roared their approval at the end - but he is technically excellent as well, the sure sign of a comic on the cusp of a major league career. 1998 is proving a good year for comedy on the Fringe and it does not come better than this
Astoundingly polished material
He describes himself as a stick insect rather than sex symbol but the high proportion of women hanging onto his every witticism suggests otherwise. He may be thin and weedy but his material certainly is not
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