Former Time Out Comedian Of The Year (1998), Sean is widely acknowledged as one of the finest performers and writers on the UK comedy circuit. A former professional snooker player, he turned to a career in comedy in 1989. He has performed all over the world and made four appearances at the Montreal Comedy Festival (2007/2003/2001/1998). Other festival appearances include Melbourne, New Zealand, Kilkenny, Edinburgh, Singapore, South Africa and Manchester. He has worked extensively in the US including Cobbs, San Francisco, Carolines, New York and the Riviera in Las Vegas.
The World Stands Up Series 1,2,3,4 & 5 (Paramount/Comedy Central)
Tonight At The London Palladium (ITV)
Des O’Connor Tonight (ITV)
Today With Des & Mel (ITV)
They Think It’s All Over (BBC1)
11 O’Clock Show (Channel 4)
Just For Laughs Gala (CBC – Canada)
The Comedy Store Series 1,2,3 & 4 (Five)
The Clive James Show (ITV)
Saturday Live (ITV)
Celebrity Squares (ITV)
Tarbuck Late Series 1 & 2 (LWT)
The Stand Up Show (BBC 1)
Talking Telephone Numbers (ITV)
I’m Glad You Asked Me That (BBC Radio 4
The Now Show (BBC Radio 4)
Loose Talk (BBC Radio 1)
Comedy Network (BBC Radio 1)
Four At The Store (BBC Radio 4)
Time Out said ""He can turn out intelligent material with a speed that many other comics can only gasp at""
ES Magazine said ""Slick, confident patter...can win over the most committed hecklers" "
The Scotsman said ""Truly hilarious" "
The Gazette, Montreal said ""The star of Britcom. with a dry, sardonic wit that's as quintessentially English as it is engaging." "
Evening Standard said ""Surreal, sexy...and very,very funny" "
Deadpan said ""The heavenly banter goes on and on.... the thinking man's comedian" "
The Sun said ""The pick of last nights excellent line-up" Review of BBC1's Stand Up Show "
The Guardian Guide said ""Deliciously sardonic" "
The Daily Mirror said ""Meo my, he's fun" "
The New Zealand Herald said ""Slinky, sardonic, self-possessed and knowing....a man with the midas touch" "