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PJ Gallagher

Irish stand up comedian PJ Gallagher is fast becoming a name to watch out for in 2001! His high-energy manic story telling of real life experiences will leave you in fear for his own life. PJ is a naturally funny man who has already had audiences all over Ireland crying for more.

PJ, a native of Dublin has made a big impact on the Irish comedy circuit since his first solo stand up performance at the Comedy Cellar in Dublin.

He has since gone on to woo audiences nationwide, including The Empire in Belfast, Queens University also in Belfast, The Laughter Lounge in Dublin, and various comedy clubs in Cork, Galway and Killarney.

A graduate of the Gaeity School of Acting, PJ Gallagher left sell out audiences in Vicar St. begging for mercy as part of the hugely popular Jason Byrne show. As a result of this success, he decided to branch out as a solo stand up and immediately made it to the finals of the BBC New Stand Up Comedy Awards. He also won his way through the prestigious Channel 4 'So You Think You're Funny' heats and performed at the National final of the Daily Telegraph New Comedy Awards at the Edinburgh Fringe.

This was not PJ's first visit to the Edinburgh Fringe; in 2000 he was an integral part of Jason Byrne's sell out shows. But in 2001 he appeared in his own right.

PJ can now be spotted on RTE's Jason Byrne show, where he risks his life on a weekly basis as Jason's sidekick/stuntman and co writer.

He has recently been filmed bursting into a pub cheering for the wrong team for a Guinness commercial.

Feared by livestock, loved by few women, the cheeky wit of PJ Gallagher can only lead this natural born idiot to comic stardom