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John Fealey

John Fealey, through no real fault of his own, has become one of the most experienced and well-travelled comedians working today.

A life in comedy has taken him around the world and back again. He has been seen at some of the most
prestigious comedy events and festivals there are; including being host and compere of The South African Comedy Festival, as well as being a featured performer at comedy, arts and theatre festivals in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and in more than twenty other countries.

He has also played his fair share of toilets. John started as a street comedian and developed an improvisational approach bordering on fearless and a style that is uniquely his own.

The 1980's, being what they were, saw John getting his act together doing many strange things including appearing on Saturday morning television more often than was good for him. Becoming the opening act for Bobby McFerrin and Tanita Tikaram, living and working in New York City, falling in love with the Edinburgh Festival and founding legendary double act, "The Uncles". He did all of this without ever once having big hair and whilst heavily under the influence of integrity.

Back in Britain he became the regular compere at numerous comedy venues including: "The Woolwich Tramshed" and Eddie Izzard's club, "Raging Bull", at London's Shaw Theatre. In 1992, John moved to Amsterdam, performing his one-man show there and creating a stand up circuit that flourishes to this day.

Mr. Fealey also toured Europe as part of the Olivier award winning Theatre Company, "The Right Size" who is currently breaking all box office records in London's West End with "The Play What I Wrote".

Around this time, John Fealey, together with old friends, Noel Britten, Alex Dandridge, and Andre Vincent formed, "The Bowlers", a show, which combined their mutual love of variety and improvisation. They performed the show successfully in Holland and Britain.

With performances in literally thousands of venues, John Fealey is one of the top guards of contemporary comedic performers. His hobbies are watching women play pool, sleight of hand and carphology. His pet hates are carrying things, small talk and raw tomatoes. He is very kind to animals and hardly ever appears
naked in public.

"Quiet brilliance ... " (TimeOut)

"Cynical, in the funniest way possible, you'll love 'im" (The Stage)

"A great friend and superb comedian" (Eddie Izzard)