Bryan Quinn

Versatile, comedic, friendly. Dublin.

Bryan Quinn

Versatile, comedic, friendly. Dublin.

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Bryan Quinn is a man with a chequered future, just listen to some of the incredibly non-sequitur craic from his past. He trained as a clown in Paris and cannot parallel park worth a shite. He's the cosy voice of Bord Gáis and he's that ratty little dog on the AA ads too.  He toured the world playing in bands, gigging at all of the biggest festivals and spent eight years putting up planning permission signs. He's the voice of Mary Wilson's drivetime on RTE radio 1 and while doing charity work in Africa he once hit a sliotar into the King of Lesotho's back garden. It was his idea to set the Rubberbandits song 'Horse Outside' at a wedding and he once lost a bet as to whether mice have backbones. He wrote a play with David O'Doherty where they fixed the audience members' bicycles on stage and he's never been to Achill Island, sadly.

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  • 30s-40s, 40s, 40s-50s

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