DYLAN MORAN’S stand up shows have sold out across the world. From New York and LA through Europe and onto Australasia MONSTER I, MONSTER II and LIKE TOTALLY have cemented this unkempt wordsmith’s reputation as one of the foremost comics of his generation. Likened to DAVE ALLEN and labeled ‘The Oscar Wilde of Comedy’ DYLAN is unpredictable, bizarre, elegiac, often cruel but above all painfully funny. MORAN sees through the joys and disappointments of human existence with the sensibility and intense perception of a man teetering on the edge. He chews life up and spits it out stamping it into the pavement as he goes. ‘He’s one of a kind”. The Daily Telegraph
Moran first came to public attention when he won Channel 4’s SO YOU THINK YOU'RE FUNNY, followed three years later by the PERRIER AWARD. Since those early stand-up beginnings Moran has had huge success as both a writer and a
performer. The SIMON NYE comedy, HOW DO YOU WANT ME established him as a serious acting talent. Three series of the channel 4’s sitcom BLACK BOOKS followed winning him a BAFTA and a Bronze Rose of Montreux before MORAN turned his back on the huge financial incentives for a further series and lay grumpy Bernard and witless assistant Mani to rest. MORAN‘S film career has included the smash hit ‘Rom-Com-Zom’ SHAUN OF THE DEAD alongside SIMON PEGG, THE ACTORS opposite MICHAEL CAINE and MICHAEL GAMBON. NOTTING HILL, MICHAEL WINTERBOTTOM’S A COCK AND BULL STORY and A FILM WITH ME IN IT. Teaming-up with PEGG once again to star in DAVID SCHWIMMER’S directorial debut RUN FAT BOY RUN. DYLAN can most recently be seen in CALVARY.
“Dylan Moran unleashed what I consider to be one of the finest stand-up performances I have ever seen in my 40 years on this earth. Completely riveting from the moment he set foot onstage to a gale of applause.”– Brooklyn Vegan “Grumbling Mustard is required viewing for serious comedy fans. Whether he’s covering the big political issues facing…