Award winning comedian Neil Delamere is best known for his regular television appearances on RTE and BBC, and his hilarious stand up tours. He is also seen as one of the best comedy acts on the comedy scene today. Neil began his career in the comedy industry in 2004, with his first show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which was greatly received. His career and popularity has continued to increase ever since, having released a number of platinum-selling DVDs.
The incredibly talented comedian has had the opportunity to create his own comedy documentaries, writing and presenting award winning TV programmes such as The Only Viking in the Village airing on RTÉ, which won an Irish Film and Television Award (IFTA). He’s also other well known documentaries such as the four part series on heroes from Ireland’s past, called Holding out for a Hero, which was broadcast on RTE 2. Neil has appeared on numerous BBC programmes such as the popular panel show The Blame Game. He has also appeared on BBC Four’s The News Quiz, and in 2009 he featured on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, which aired on BBC One.
Making various radio appearances in his career, but most well know was his debut appearance on Radio Five Live’s Fighting Talk in December 2010. Since his debut performances on the show, Neil has been welcomed back numerous times to feature on the Sony award-winning sports show.
Neil tours extensively at home and internationally, and has appeared at the Kilkenny Cat Laughs, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, where he has his own comedy television show where he interviews acts performing at the Montreal Festival. His shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival achieved rave reviews, including five stars from The Scotsman.
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