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Roisin Conaty
Roisin Conaty 2012.jpg
Conaty in 2012
Birth nameRoisin Marcella Conaty[1]
Born (1979-03-26) 26 March 1979 (age 41)[2]
Camden, London,[1] England
MediumStand-up comedy, television
Years active2004–present[3][4]
Websiteroisinconaty.com

Roisin Marcella Conaty (/ˈrʃnˈkɒnət/; born 26 March 1979) is an English comedian, writer, and actor. She won the Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Festival in 2010 for her show Hero, Warrior, Fireman, Liar. In early 2014, the pilot of the sitcom GameFace, of which she is the writer, lead actress and executive producer, aired on Channel 4. The first full series aired in 2017 on both E4 and Hulu in the US. The second series aired on Channel 4 and Hulu in July 2019. Conaty won the 'Heat Unmissables' Comedian of the year award in 2019. She stars as Roxy in the Ricky Gervais Netflix show After Life.

Early life

Born in Camden, London, Conaty's parents were both from Ireland but met in London. Her father, from Virginia, County Cavan, worked for Aer Lingus and her mother, from Dromcolliher, County Limerick, was a nurse. Conaty grew up in Camden with her younger sister, Siobhan, and spent summers in Ireland in County Kerry and County Cork. She studied film at Middlesex University and had several office jobs before starting her comedy career at the age of 24.[5]

Life and stand-up

In 2010, Conaty won the Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Festival for her show Hero, Warrior, Fireman, Liar,[2][6] becoming one of only five women to receive an Edinburgh Comedy award in 30 years. In April 2011, she performed her show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival.

Television stand-up

In November 2010, she appeared on series 3, episode 4 of Russell Howard's Good News. Other stand-up performances include "The Angina Monologues", alongside Victoria Wood, Jo Brand, Andi Osho, Isy Suttie and Katy Brand for Sky Television, Russell Howard's Stand Up Central on Comedy Central and Live at the Apollo in December 2015. In 2016, she was a guest on the Jonathan Ross Show.

Conaty has appeared on a number of panel shows, including Have I Got News for You, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Insert Name Here, A League of Their Own, Would I Lie to You?, Hypothetical, and "Room 101". She starred in the BBC Three version of Impractical Jokers. She was one of the original cast of comedians in series 1 of Taskmaster on Dave. Taskmaster creator and co-host Alex Horne said of Conaty, that she was "the worst. But also one of my favourites."[7]

Conaty appeared on Big Fat Quiz Of Everything 7th January 2021 with Rob Beckett.[8]

Acting

Conaty has appeared as Jo in the Channel 4 sitcom Man Down, alongside Greg Davies, since 2013; and in Ricky Gervais' film David Brent: Life on the Road. In March 2019, she featured in the Netflix comedy series After Life as Daphne/Roxy.[9]

Conaty created, wrote and starred in two seasons of GameFace.

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2014 GameFace Marcella TV film
2016 David Brent: Life on the Road Cat

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2013–2017 Man Down Jo Series regular
2015 Taskmaster Self Series 1 Panel
2014–2019 GameFace Marcella Series regular
2019–present After Life Daphne/Roxy Series regular

Writing

In 2014, she wrote and starred in the pilot of her sitcom GameFace, in which she plays a struggling actor named Marcella. The pilot aired on Channel 4 in April 2014, following which a full series was commissioned, which premiered on E4 in October 2017. The second series debuted in July 2019 with critical acclaim. [10]

References

  1. ^ a b England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index, 1916- 2007
  2. ^ a b Logan, Brian (29 August 2010). "Roisin Conaty - review". The Guardian. Retrieved 13 March 2011.
  3. ^ "Roisin Conaty". comedycv.co.uk. Retrieved 27 April 2012.
  4. ^ "Roisin Conaty". chortle.co.uk. Retrieved 27 April 2012.
  5. ^ Smith, Andrea (20 July 2015). "Roisin Conaty... Stand up and be counted". Irish Independent.
  6. ^ Hall, Julian (9 August 2011). "Roisin Conaty: Destiny's Dickhead, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh". The Independent. Retrieved 11 November 2011.
  7. ^ Edwards, Chris; Turner, Laura Jane (4 May 2019). "Taskmaster's Alex Horne names "the worst" contestant ever". Digital Spy. Retrieved 7 December 2020.
  8. ^ "TV: Big Fat Quiz Of Everything Line Up". Beyond The Joke. 3 January 2021. Retrieved 10 January 2021.
  9. ^ Sanusi, Victoria (8 March 2019). "After Life cast: who stars with Ricky Gervais in new Netflix series – and where else you've seen them". iNews. Retrieved 8 April 2019.
  10. ^ Jane Simon (23 April 2014). "Wednesday TV guide: Game Face is a sitcom pilot that deserves to become a full series". mirror. Retrieved 6 September 2015.

External links

Preceded by
Jonny Sweet
if.comedy award for Best Newcomer
2010
Succeeded by
Humphrey Ker
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