Tommy Tiernan is a comedian, actor and television from Country Donegal, Ireland. He began his career in 1995, with his first stand-up show 'Stop the Train’ in Galway, and proceeded to host the BBC's Stand-Up Show from then until 2002.
Tiernan has appeared on many television and radio shows during his career. He and Hector Ó hEochagáin presented The Tommy and Hector Show on i102-104FM. Tiernan also featured in the last episode of the sitcom Father Ted as suicidal priest Father Kevin.
In 1996, Tiernan won the Channel 4 So You Think You're Funny award. Two years later he was awarded the Perrier Comedy Award at the 1998 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and won the Best Stand-Up Award at the British Comedy Awards. In 2003, he won the Nokia Best of the Fest Award and the Orange People Choice Award at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival. In 2006, he won Ireland's Funniest Living Person Award at the People of the Year Awards. What a career!
Tommy Tiernan will embark on the Paddy Crazy Horse tour of Ireland and Northern Ireland, now running into April 2019. He will also headline Cork's Live at The Marquee on July 4. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.