|Roisin Conaty Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Date of Birth||March 26, 1979|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Roisin Conaty is an Irish-English comedian, writer, producer, and actress who has gained acclaim by working on a variety of projects such as Hero, Warrior, Fireman, Liar, GameFace, Have I Got News for You, Insert Name Here, A League of Their Own, Would I Lie to You?, Hypothetical, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Russell Howard’s Good News, Impractical Jokers, Big Fat Quiz Of Everything, and After Life.
Roisin Marcella Conaty
Camden, London, England, United Kingdom
Roisin Conaty got enrolled at Middlesex University and studied Film.
Comedian, Writer, Producer, Actress
- Father – He worked for Aer Lingus.
- Mother – She was a nurse.
- Sibling – Siobhan (Younger Sister)
Roisin Conaty has been signed with Avalon, Production Company, London, England, United Kingdom.
5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
68 kg or 150 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Roisin Conaty is of Irish descent.
Roisin Conaty Facts
- She spent her childhood years growing up in Camden, London, and spent summers in Ireland in County Kerry and County Cork.
- Her comedy career started when she was 24 years old and before that, she had done several office jobs.
- Roisin Conaty’s show titled Hero, Warrior, Fireman, Liar won her the “Best Newcomer Award” at the Edinburgh Festival in 2010 and that made her one of only 5 women to receive an Edinburgh Comedy award in 30 years.
- She then performed her show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival in April 2011.
- From 2013 to 2017, Roisin Conaty appeared as Jo in the Channel 4 sitcom, Man Down, in which she co-starred alongside Greg Davies, Rik Mayall, Stephanie Cole, Mike Wozniak, Gwyneth Powell, and Jeany Spark.
- She wrote and starred in the British Channel 4 sitcom, GameFace, in which she appeared as Marcella Donoghue. Her co-stars included Caroline Ginty, Nina Toussaint-White, Damien Molony, and Dustin Demri-Burns.
- She was cast as Cat in the 2016 British mockumentary comedy film, David Brent: Life on the Road.
- In 2019, Roisin Conaty started appearing as a series regular playing the role of Daphne/Roxy in the Netflix black comedy-drama series, After Life.
Featured Image by Roisin Conaty / Instagram