A household name on BBC2’s topical news quiz Mock The Week, Frankie Boyle fast garnered a devoted audience for his unique brand of razor-sharp satirical comedy. He has continued to be one of the most popular and sought-after comics working in the UK, creating his own Channel 4 shows Tramadol Nights and The Boyle Variety Performance, while also performing sold-out tours across the UK.
Frankie has propelled himself into the premier league with a host of brilliant performances, both on stage and screen. Frankie is a superb choice for hosting awards and comedy stand up sets for corporate events.
Frankie became a household name appearing as team captain on BBC2's Mock the Week, which Frankie has now left to pursue other projects, Frankie Boyle is an established name in the world of comedy with a devoted following.
Frankie's first DVD, Frankie Boyle Live is officially the second fastest ever selling debut stand up release, selling just under 16,000 copies on its first day alone. To date, over 380,000 copies have been sold. The
main show was recorded at the Hackney Empire as part of his completely sold out first national tour which was extended due to phenomenal public demand and extras include a behind-the-scenes film of Frankie's mini tour of Scotland.
Frankie's first national tour in 2008, Frankie Boyle Live, was extended due to demand with all 150 tour dates selling out, including four performances at the Hammersmith Apollo.
In 2010, Frankie hit the road again for a second national tour, entitled I Would Happily Punch Every One of You in the Face, which was extended due to overwhelming public demand – 52,000 tickets were sold on the first day the tour went on sale.
Frankie's autobiography, My Shit Life So Far, was a Times Bestseller.