Andrew Nolan

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Andrew is a LAMDA-trained actor and comedian originally from Dublin. He most recently appeared opposite Ben Whishaw in the BAFTA-nominated mini-series This is Going to Hurt for BBC and AMC. In theatre, he played the Duke of Burgundy in the Almeida’s production of King Lear, worked with Lindsay Posner on Butley at the Palace Theatre in London’s West End, and played Kevin in Port Authority at Southwark Playhouse. As a comedian Andrew is a club regular in London, Dublin and New York. He was runner up in Dublin’s Next Top Comic, and appeared in the finals of both Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year and Amused Moose National New Comic Awards. He performed on Radio 4 as part of BBC New Comedian of the Year. His stand-up clips have amassed over 10 million views online, and he has written and performed sketches for BBC Three’s social channels, as well as for Sky and Comedy Central amongst others. Those sketches have amassed an incredible 150 million views online. He’s also directed for Channel 4 on Jon and Lucy’s Odd Couples and Trainspotting with Francis Bourgeois, as well as for No Worries If Not for RTÉ.

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