Brendan Courtney (born 24 June 1973 in Dublin) is an Irish television presenter and fashion stylist, the first openly gay presenter in Ireland. He has hosted Wanderlust on RTÉ Two, The Brendan Courtney Show on TV3, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway on ITV2, Blind Date on ITV2, Love Match on ITV1, Look of Love on ITV1, The Clothes Show on UKTV and Off the Rails on RTÉ One.
Conal Gollen is an Irish comedian and singer. He is best known for his comedic songs, including "Anna From Buncrana" and "Horse It Into Ya, Cynthia". As of August 2013, "Horse It Into Ya, Cynthia" has over 320,000 views on YouTube.
Dave Callan (born 20 September 1975 in Dundalk, Ireland) is a comedian based in Melbourne, Australia. He works as a Triple J disc jockey.
Edward Cathal "Ed" Byrne (born 16 April 1972) is an Irish stand-up comedian, voice over artist and actor. He has presented television shows Uncut! Best Unseen Ads and Just for Laughs, and is a guest on television panel games. As an actor he played the title character in the ITV2 adaptation of the pantomime Aladdin.
Ian Macpherson is an Irish writer and performer. He is best known for his stand-up comedy (especially his work in alternative comedy of the 1980s) and for his comic novel, Deep Probings: the autobiography of a genius (1999), which loosely parallels his own life. In 2004, Deep Probings was featured as a BBC Radio 4 Book at Bedtime. He has also written a number of children's books including Late Again! (2000).
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