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Birth name  Jason Byrne
Name  Jason Byrne
Nationality  Irish
Role  Comedian
Years active  1995 - present
Website  Official website

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Born  25 February 1972 (age 43) Ballinteer, Dublin (1972-02-25)
Genres  Observational comedy, Surreal humour, Insult comedy
Influences  Billy Connolly, Dermot Morgan, Eddie Murphy
Influenced by  Billy Connolly, Dermot Morgan, Eddie Murphy
Medium  Television, Stand-up comedy
Movies and TV shows  Father Figure, Anonymous, Killing Bono, The General, Dark Ages
Similar People  Ed Byrne, P J Gallagher, Tommy Tiernan, Andrew Maxwell, David O'Doherty
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Children  Daniel Byrne, Devin Byrne

Jason Byrne (; born 25 February 1972) is an Irish comedian and radio host born in Ballinteer, Dublin. In August 2008, he made his twelfth Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Byrne previously presented a mid-morning radio show on Phantom FM as well as a comedy panel show called The Byrne Ultimatum on RTÉ Two.

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Many of Byrne's live routines involve audience participation. On 30 August 2017, Byrne was announced as one of the four judges on the first season of Ireland's Got Talent in 2018.

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Awards and nominations

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  • Finalist in So You Think You're Funny in 1996
  • Nominated for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award in 1998
  • Nominated for the Perrier Award in 2001 for his show entitled "Jason Byrne".
  • Forth One Fringe Award in 2004 at the Edinburgh Festival
  • Stand-Up shows

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  • 2001 - Jason Byrne (Perrier Nominee)
  • 2003 - Jason Byrne Hates...
  • 2003 - Jason Byrne
  • 2004 - Jason Byrne: That’s Not a Badger
  • 2005 - The Lovely Goat Show
  • 2006 - Sheep for Feet and Rams for Hands
  • 2007 - Afterhours
  • 2008 - Cats Under Mats, Having Chats with Bats
  • 2009 - The Byrne Supremacy
  • 2010 - Jason Byrne 2010
  • 2011 - Cirque Du Byrne
  • Television

  • 35 Aside (Football Hooligan) (1996)
  • Father Ted (Referee) (1998)
  • Comedy Lab (Jason Byrne Is Twiggy No Branch) (1999)
  • Dark Ages (Arland) (1999)
  • Separation Anxiety (Waiter) (2002)
  • Paddy Muck (2005)
  • Emily's Song (Robert) (2006)
  • Comedy Cuts (2007)
  • Dick & Dom's Funny Business (Special Guest) (2011)
  • The Comedy Annual (2011)
  • Melbourne Comedy Festival Great Debate 2011 (2011)
  • Live at the Apollo (Series 7, Episode 1) (2011)
  • The Matt Lucas Awards (2013)
  • Father Figure (2013)
  • Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled'" (Series 1, Episode 2) (2014)
  • Wild Things (Presenter) (2015)
  • Ireland's Got Talent (Judge) (2018)
  • Film

  • I Went Down (Cork Man No. 2) (1997)
  • The General (Reporter 2) (1998)
  • Alice in Wonderland (Pat the Gardener) (1999)
  • Killing Bono (Hotel Receptionist) (2011)
  • Stand-up DVDs

  • Out of the Box (20 November 2006)
  • Live - Cirque Du Byrne (19 November 2012)
  • References

    Jason Byrne (comedian) Wikipedia


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