Ardal O’Hanlon : biography
In February 2011, O’Hanlon returned to the Gate Theatre, Dublin starring in the Irish premiere of Christopher Hampton’s God of Carnage, alongside Maura Tierney.
In 2011, he appeared in the comedy panel show Argumental.
O’Hanlon has written a novel, The Talk of the Town (known in the United States as Knick Knack Paddy Whack), which was published in 1998. The novel is about a teenage boy, Patrick Scully, and his friends.
|1995-98||Father Ted||Father Dougal McGuire|
|1996||Flying Saucer Rock’n’Roll||Unknown|
|1997||Whose Line Is It Anyway?||Himself|
|1997||The Butcher Boy (1997 film)||Mr Percell|
|1999||Hooves Of Fire||Robbie The Reindeer|
|1999-2001||Big Bad World||Eamon Donaghy|
|2000-05||My Hero (TV series)||Thermoman|
|2002||Legend of the Lost Tribe||Writer|
|2004||Jack Dee Live At The Apollo||HImself|
|2005||Blessed (TV series)||Gary|
|2005-06||The Adventures of Greyfriars Bobby||Coconut Tam|
|2007||Close Encounters Of The Herd Kind||Director/Writer|
|Doctor Who – Gridlock||Thomas Brannigan|
|2008||Who Do You Think You Are?||Himself|
|2008||Tales of the Riverbank||Hammy|
|2009||Val Falvey, TD||Val Falvey|
|2010||Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow||Himself|
O’Hanlon is married to Melanie, whom he met as a teenager, and with whom he has three children. He is a supporter of Leeds United and Celtic.
Ardal has been doing stand up for many years appearing on many shows including Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and Dave’s One Night Stand. In 1994 he won the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year.
|1997||Ardal O’Hanlon Live From Dublin’s Gaiety Theatre|
|2000||Ardal O’Hanlon Live|
|2007||Ardal O’Hanlon Live in Dublin|
|2013||Ardal O’Hanlon Live|
|1994||Hackney Empire New Act of the Year|
|1995||Top TV Comedy Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards|