“...simply a scream.” The Telegraph
"beautifully played and surprisingly moving" The Stage.
**** “comedy the way it should be: a laugh-a-minute which leaves the audience wishing the show was just a little bit longer ... gentle Irish lilt belies a mischievous sense of humour.” Fest
**** Excellent stand-up, Paddy Lennox, is laid-back and charismatic. Vastly entertaining. This show proves that the AAA stand-up comedians have great things ahead of them. Three Weeks.
**** Extremely funny material. I’m sure this guy has a great future. one4review.com
Irish comedian and actor Paddy Lennox first burst on to stage as a Stand-Up in 2001 only to be interrupted with a couple of comedies at the Shakespeare Globe Theatre and filming in far off lands, before returning to his new found passion. An engaging and instantly likeable comic, Paddy combines topical material with observational routines.
In 2010, he was working the corporate scene including gigs for the BBC, ITV, Investec and Jysk, and he’s also featured on The Blame Game, (BBC) Sky Poker and Talksport Radio. Music Festivals and TV warm-up man has been huge fun for him and he has supported many touring comics such as Rhod Gilbert, Lucy Porter and Micky Flanagan.
Whilst playing all the usual big clubs, Paddy likes to gig the smaller ones too. Otherwise life gets too predictable.
As an actor Paddy has already clocked up a pretty impressive list of theatre, film and TV credits with International Artistes as his acting agent. As an accomplished comic actor he has had flattering reviews in many Ray Cooney farces. "beautifully played and surprisingly moving" The Stage.
He's also an excellent voice-over artist and has voiced and appeared in numerous commercials.
When not gigging all over the UK, Paddy tries to play the piano to help him unwind.
Officially Special. Doctors (Edward Marks) BBC, Dir. Gloria Thomas Holby City (Rory) BBC, Dir. Shani Grewal Small Potatoes (Mark) Channel 4 (Hat Trick) Dir. Paul Duane The Kelly Show (Steve) UTV/LWT, Dir. Tim Loane Yes (Patrick) BBC Ireland, Dir. Mark Chister-Clarke Idents for the BBC & SKY Weather Numerous commercials for Ireland including Lyons Tea, Eircell, Tayto Crisps, BT, Haribo, Kavli, Hyundai.
Perfect Wedding (Bill) Mill at Sonning Dir Ron Aldridge The Golden Ass (Timinos) The Globe, Dir. Tim Carol A Midsummer Night's Dream (Snug/Wall) The Globe, Dir. Mike Alfreds Don't Just Lie There Say Something The Mill at Sonning, Dir. Leslie Lawton (Barry Ovis) Ring Around the Moon (Romainville) Kings Head, Dir. Phil Wilmot One For The Pot (Hickory Wood) The Mill at Sonning, Dir. Leslie Lawton Emma (Mr Elton) The Olympia Dublin, Dir. Robin Midgley Translations (Lt Yolland) The Lyric Belfast, Dir. Robin Midgley Epitaph for the Wales (Sunao) The Gate London, Dir. Kazuyoshi Kushida Measure for Measure (Pompey/Provost) BAC London, Dir. Gregory Thompson Language Roulette(Joseph) The Bush London, Dir. Tim Loane The Desert Lullaby (Eddie) The Lyric Belfast, Dir. Caroline Fitzgerald Pygmalion(Freddie) The Lyric Belfast, Dir. Robin Midgley The Tinker's Wedding (Priest) Juno Theatre Co., Dir. Paul Lloyd She Stoops To Con (Hastings) Eye Theatre Suffolk, Dir. Tom Scott RADIO Talksport Radio, (St. Patrick’s Day special) 2008 Spanking New, BBC Radio 7 The Bomb Damage Sale Wedding Dress BBC Radio 4, Dir. Roland Jaquarello (Harry) VOICE-OVERS Numerous commercials including Microsoft & Accenture IMPROVISATION Whose Line Is It Anyway? Lyric Belfast
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