During his twenty years in comedy, Ed has enjoyed huge critical and popular success in the UK and Ireland. He has performed hit tours, sold out many runs at the Edinburgh Fringe, had a successful two-week run in the West End and appeared on radio, television, the stage and the big screen.
Highlights of his live work include sell-out appearances at Dublin's Gaiety and Olympia theatres, a Perrier Award nomination for A Night at the Opera, two weeks at the New Ambassadors in London’s West End, playing the lead in Brian McAvera’s King of the Road, being the biggest selling comedy show of the year at the 2006 Edinburgh Fringe with Standing Up and Falling Down.
Ed has become a regular fixture on television and radio. He has appeared on or presented a range of shows on BBC radio, including The Unbelievable Truth and What’s So Funny. He is also a regular panellist on shows like Mock the Week and Have I Got News for You, and has made several memorable appearances on the Graham Norton Show.
Recently, Ed has been involved in more factual television work. He travelled to Central America to co-host the adventurous travel show Dara and Ed’s Great Big Adventure with Dara Ó Briain. He has also done pieces for Countryfile and The One Show.