Dylan Moran is a famous Irish comedian and writer. He is a prize-winning stand-up and has also co-wrote several successful television series and films such as Black Books and Shaun of the Dead.
Moran first got into stand-up comedy after watching Ardal O’Hanlon perform to less than 50 people without a microphone at the Dublin’s Comedy Cellar. Moran decided to give it a go himself, and although he was nervous his routine was well-received. He grew in confidence and went on to become the youngest ever winner of the prestigious Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Since then he has become a well established fixture on the comedy circuit in Ireland, the UK and beyond. Watch some of his funniest moments on stage below.