The 2000s on RTE were the heyday of Irish comedy personalities like The Savage Eye, Naked Camera and The Hardy Bucks. dominating the screens and launching the careers of many actors and television personalities.
Among the crowd was Des Bishop, who first appeared as a comic book in the late ’90s and first appeared on Irish screens, appearing on the Don’t Feed the Gondolas panel show. .
It was the work experience of Des Bishop, on RTE Two in 2004, which showcased the rise of this popular Irish comedian.
The show saw the comedian take on four different minimum wage jobs in Ireland over the course of four months – an Abrakabra, as a pool attendant, a hotel doorman and a salesperson in a SuperQuinn.
What many people would associate with Bishop when they heard his name is his comedy documentary, In the Name of the Fada., who saw him learn Irish in the Gaeltacht areas, hoping to put on his first stand-up show through Irish, in 2008.
Since his appearance on television’s most influential, Bishop has continued to be fluent in Mandarin and travel to China, performing on his feet.
Retaining his pioneering status, Bishop appeared in the very first series of the Irish version of Dancing With the Stars. in 2017. He finished in 8th place with the Italian dancer Giulia Dotta.
In February of this year, Bishop announced his engagement to American comedian and television actress Hannah Berner.
Burner made a name for herself on television, when she appeared in the reality TV series Summer House, on Bravo.
The couple created quite a storm on TikTok, creating comedy videos for their 60,000+ subscribers.
Speaking about their new love affair, Bishop said “we clicked immediately. It was a pretty intense love experience. “
In an interview with RTE Radio 1 last September, he said: “This has been a more powerful kind of fall in love than I have ever experienced in my life, so I would be confident to say that I will definitely make one. effort so that it is that, because one has the impression that it is the right one.