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Mark Dolan
Mark Dolan 2019 Glastonbury Festival 01 crop.jpg
Mark Dolan, Glastonbury Festival, 2019
Born (1974-03-17) 17 March 1974 (age 46)
Camden, London, England
EducationUniversity of Edinburgh
Years active2000–present
Genresimprovisation
Children2
Websitemarkdolan.com

Mark Dolan (born 17 March 1974) is an English comedian, writer, and television and radio presenter.

Early life

Dolan attended the University of Edinburgh and performed in the improvisational comedy troupe The Improverts.[1]

Career

Television

Dolan was the host of Channel 4 show Balls of Steel, which he presented from 2005 until the show's end in 2008. He was also the presenter of Channel 4 Radio's satirical show The Weekly Show, and the TV documentary series The World's (Something) And Me, where he meets "the world's most extraordinary people", such as The World's Hairiest Person and The World's Strongest Child.

Dolan first came to the public's attention in 2002 after writing and performing in a Comedy Lab entitled The Richard Taylor Interviews.[2]

In 2006, Dolan helped launch More4 as the host of The Last Word, a nightly topical discussion show. He has also fronted shows for E4, including its launch comedy series, Show Me The Funny, and provides his voice as presenter of a new series[citation needed] for Five called Urban Legends. Dolan was the presenter for Sky Movies' weekly movie-news show 35mm[3] and Channel 4's The Mad Bad Ad Show.

In February 2013, Dolan took part in the fifth series of Let's Dance for Comic Relief as a member of "Destiny's Dad" alongside fellow stand-up comedians Hal Cruttenden and Shaun Keaveny.[4]

In 2015, Dolan co-hosted If Katie Hopkins Ruled the World with British reality TV personality Katie Hopkins.[5]

Stand-up comedy

Dolan started as a stand-up comedian in 2000, reaching the final of Channel 4's So You Think You're Funny competition in his first year of performing.[citation needed] He currently[when?] has a Saturday night residency at Soho’s Amused Moose Comedy Club.[6]

At the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at The Gilded Balloon in 2007, Dolan performed his one-man show I'm Here To Help![7]

Radio

Dolan presented a breakfast show on Fubar Radio, an online radio station based in London.[8] He also presents Friday Drive-time on talkRADIO and a weekend show.

Talk Radio

In September 2020, Dolan was presenting a show on British internet radio station Talk Radio and cut up a disposable mask, while claiming that not wearing masks would limit the impact of COVID-19.[9] His action was widely condemned, with show host Jamie East walked out of the radio station. Piers Morgan criticised his action on Good Morning Britain and stated, “If we want to save lives [...] we need to get rid of the wretched Mark Dolan because he should not be doing that on his show. talkRADIO should think about people like Mark Dolan doing things like that on air because that will cost lives. People may die because he did that. Is that what you want to be associated with? It’s reckless and stupid”. Doctor Hilary Jones agreed with Morgan and commented, “I’d like to see him walk down the corridors of a hospital where they’ve got people on ventilators, people on CPAP masks where they’ve got people still in recovery many days after being hospitalised for Covid-19”.[10]

References

  1. ^ Herald Scotland
  2. ^ "The Richard Taylor Interviews". 15 January 2003 – via IMDb.
  3. ^ "35mm".[dead link]
  4. ^ "Desiny's Dad".
  5. ^ "Telegraph Review".
  6. ^ Amused Moose
  7. ^ Roberts, John. "Mark Dolan Changes the World – Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh". The Reviews Hub.
  8. ^ "Mark Dolan Eats the News". Fubar Radio.
  9. ^ "Talkradio host quits after fellow presenter cut up face mask on air". Press Gazette.
  10. ^ Ellie Harrison, ed. (30 September 2020). "Piers Morgan condemns talkRADIO host Mark Dolan for cutting up face mask: 'People may die because he did that'". The Independent.

External links

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