Award-winning Irish comedian, Neil Delamere, is one of the top acts working on the comedy scene today. He is also one of the most in-demand comedians on Irish television and on-track to repeat his success here in the UK.
Relocating to London from his native homeland, Neil has presented Just For Laughs, Eureka! The Big Bang Query and Republic of Telly. He is best known to UK audiences for a storming appearance on the first series of Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow on BBC One. Neil has also appeared on The World Stands Up and Live At The Comedy Store, both on Comedy Central. He recently appeared on BBC Radio 4's The News Quiz and makes regular appearances on RTE's The Panel, Radio 5 Live's Fighting Talk, the BBC's The Blame Game.
Neil has also guest-presented some of the most popular radio shows in Ireland including: The Ray D'Arcy Show; The John Murray Show; The Mooney Show; and The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show as well the popular RTE Radio 1 series, Second Republic.
He has performed all over Ireland as well as internationally at the prestigious Vicar Street in Dublin, Kilkenny Cat Laughs Festival, Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The latter of which has garnered rave reviews for Neil, including a coveted five stars from The Scotsman, the premier broadsheet reviewer at the event.
His DVDs No Message (2007), Crème Delamere (2009) have achieved platinum status. His recent RTÉ documentaries, which he wrote and presented, called Holding Out for A Hero garnered an Irish Film and Television Award and a Celtic Media Award as well as international sales to the History Channel and SBS.