Francis Martin Patrick Boyle is a Scottish comedian and writer. He is known for his cynical and often controversial sense of humour. Boyle first gained recognition as a permanent panellist on the comedy show Mock the Week from its beginning in June 2005 until his departure in September 2009. After his departure from Mock the Week, Boyle created and starred in the Channel 4 sketch show Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights. He then presented the BBC Two satirical chat show Frankie Boyle's New World Order. In 2020, he presented a four part series on BBC Two, Frankie Boyle's Tour of Scotland. He has embarked on a number of stand-up tours, releasing several stand-up specials.
|Birth name:||Francis Martin Patrick Boyle|
|Born:||August 16, 1972, Pollokshaws, Glasgow, Scotland|
|Medium:||Stand-up, television, radio|
|Genres:||One-liners, black comedy, blue comedy, satire, insult comedy|
|Subject(s):||Scottish culture, celebrities, politics, family, current events|
|Website:||Frankie Boyle's Official site|
|Twitter:||Frankie Boyle's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Frankie Boyle's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Frankie Boyle's IMDb|
About Frankie Boyle
He started performing as a comedian at age 23, after earning an English Literature degree from Sussex University. He first began to receive attention after performing at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.
He earned a top-selling comedy DVD with Frankie Boyle: Live in 2008.
He has two children with longtime partner Shereen Taylor. His son was born in 2007 and his daughter was born in 2004.
He made a special guest appearance on the Graham Norton Show in 2007.
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- Alumni of the University of Sussex
- Former Roman Catholics