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Sharp, subtle, engaging, warm, and thoroughly enjoyable - just some of the phrases used to describe Irish comic Eddie Naessens. Critically acclaimed for his Edinburgh debut in 2005, Eddie has impressed audiences in New York, Melbourne, Sydney, Dublin, Edinburgh, Germany, Amsterdam, and London with his engrossing style of comedy.
He has appeared at major venues on the UK and Irish circuits including The Comedy Store, Jongleurs, The Comedy Café, Vicar Street, Dublin, and had sell-out shows at this years Leicester Comedy Festival. He is one of the Irish acts featured on RTE TV series "The Liffey Laughs". He is currently on Tour with his one-man show "Totally Tabloid" as well as performing at clubs.
His comedy roles on film include 'The Book That Wrote Itself' and 'Masochist' winner of a Tiernan McBride Film Award commendation at The Galway Film Festival. He played a French-speaking role in 'Frankie Starlight'. Irish TV appearances include 'The Late, Late Show', 'The Blizzard of Odd', 'Don't Feed The Gondolas', 'Bull Island' among others. He is a regular contributor on Dublin radio stations NewsTalk 106 and Q102.
sexy, and funny
holds the attention perfectly
a little gem" - The
"A brilliant raconteur and the type of writer who could squeeze humour out of a surgical scalpel thoroughly enjoyable" - The Stage
"Naessens makes it an engrossing, fascinating and good-natured ride Modest in ambition, but quietly effective" - Chortle
"Eddie delivers an electric comedic performance with the crowd loving every second" - Evening Herald
"A brave comedian who finds comedy material in places most would be afraid to look" - The Independent