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Davey Reilly

I have spent the past few years performing stand up across Ireland and the UK, as well as in the US. I have gigged with international acts such as David O'Doherty, Frankie Boyle, Glenn Wool, and Rich Hall. Over the past 18 months or so I have become an established MC, regularly hosting the International Comedy Club and Comedy Cellar. This year I have start performing more regularly in the UK, including headlining The Stand Glasgow for the first time.

Selected Achievements:

2012 - So You Think You're Funny - Semi Finalist; Shortlisted for BBC New Comedy Award

2014 - Aldi Easter Ad Campaign; Arena, RTÉ Radio; Vodafone Comedy Carnival Showdown Winner.

2015 - Sky Cats Laughs Festival; Forbidden Fruits; Longitude; Best of Irish/Pick of the Fringe, The Stand; The Mario Rosenstock Show, RTÉ (Airing Nov. 2015); Supported Hannibal Buress on the Irish leg of his tour.

"The future of Irish comedy" - Rich Hall

In 2015, I was flown to Wisconsin to be a guest on the hit YouTube show "Beer And Board Games". While there, I also appeared on NPR. A link to the relevant episodes can be found here:

Beer & Board Games - Episode 1

Beer & Board Games - Episode 2

I am a regular contributor to the YouTube channel "Facts". Videos in which I am featured have so far garnered over 6 million views, and have been appeared on MTV, Cosmopolitan, and The Daily Mail. I have included a selection of these below:

Men Explain Tampons

Men Try On Women's Clothing

Kids Play With 90s Toys

Men Explain Sex Toys

Irish People Use Guns For First Time

Irish People Taste Test American Halloween Treats

My Facts. profile page containing the other videos can be found here.

I also co-host a comedy podcast which averages 400 listeners a day. A link to existing episodes can be found here:

As well as comedy, I also produce and direct short films and music videos. I produced the short film "The Omega Male" which premiered at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Music videos I have written or directed include

Hozier - Someone New

Little Hours - Tired

Hermitage Green - Quicksand

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