Danny Deegan.

With the confidence and swagger that you might expect of a North-West comedian at the very top of his game, Danny Deegan is a comedian, writer and actor who has become a regular at most of the major comedy clubs in the UK since he began performing in 2003.

Danny’s tales of mischief and the characters he creates have kept audiences all over the country enthralled as he weaves in and out of the people he has met traveling. His talent and likability coupled with his confidence make him one of the most popular acts in the North, a master at dealing with a tough crowd, and an act that promoters always turn to when booking gigs. Most recently Danny had a script shortlisted by BBC Radio 4

Danny is a seasoned headliner and MC, with credits including work for promoters such as Off The Kerb, The Glee, Ten Feet Tall, Frog & Bucket, The Comedy Store, The Stand and Hot Water

Danny also recently performed a headline set at the Green Man festival in South Wales getting a great reception from the 400 people in the comedy tent and being asked to wrap up for Manchester band “The Doves” after their headline set in front of 12,000 people.

Away from live work, Danny has made several radio appearances, from being a guest on Radio GMR to having his own show “Afternoons with Danny Deegan” on CAT FM in Crewe, whilst his TV credits include appearances on “Made in the North” and “The Adam and Shelley Show” to name but two.

Danny has also also provided tour support for Chris Ramsey, Mick Foley, Dave Spikey & Paul Sinha as well as performing in Switzerland.

AAA Showcase 2014

Big Value Late Show 2016

TV Credits


BBC3’s The Adam & Kelly Show


Kendall Calling

Maker Festival

The Green Man Festival

Playing Age Range   27-37

Height                        6ft 1″ (185cm)

Driving Licence         Full Uk Licence

Hair Colour                Brown

Eye Colour                 Green

Build                           Athletic

“Deegan has a mature confidence in his abilities”

“Charming, witty and most importantly funny”

“Blisteringly funny comedy that left us all breathless and aching”
BSH Magazine