Gary Delaney is a British comedian who has appeared on numerous popular and high profile TV and radio shows and has acted as a comedy writer for other notable British comedians.
Debuting in 2010 Delaney began his career as a professional comedian by playing a solo show at the Edinburgh Festival, which received hugely positive reviews; from there he quickly rocketed to the top of many comedy TV shows must have lists. He has appeared as a guest speaker and panellist on shows such as the BBC’s Mock the Week, Dave’s One Night Stand and Comedy Central’s Comedy Blue.
As well as performing as a brilliant comedian in his own right Gary Delaney has acted as a comedy writer for many of his comedian peers including Jason Manford, Ivan Brackenbury and for Mickey Flanagan’s appearance on the Royal Variety show.
Delaney has also written for some of the biggest comedy shows on British radio and television including Russell Howard’s Good News as well as appearing as a guest speaker on BBC Radio 4’s the News Quiz. His one liners mark him as one of the most quotable comedians working the comedy circuit and have helped to nominate his twitter feed for a Chortle award.
Delaney is at home in any number of venues or at any kind of event, he has performed as a comedian at some of the biggest comedy clubs in Britain including the Frog and Bucket, Rawhide and the Comedy Café.
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“Expect a cavalcade of brilliantly inventive puns from this master of the one-liner, a craftsman to be ranked along with likes of Tim Vine and Milton Jones” – The Guardian
“unremittingly vicious comic Gary Delaney, master of the one-liner” – The Scotsman
“razor sharp one-liners” – Daily Telegraph
“a hugely impressive collection of exquisitely crafted gags by one of Britain’s grandmasters of the one-liner” – Chortle
“Quickfire material of the very highest quality is pretty much guaranteed from the fast-thinking Delaney, a master of the deadpan one-liner” –The Guardian