Brian Conley is a hugely popular comedian, television presenter and theatre star. In a career spanning four decades Brian has appeared in award winning West End musicals and television sitcoms, presented his own chat show and completed numerous sell out tours of the UK. Brian also proudly appeared a record eight times on The Royal Variety Performance.
Starting out in comedy, where he became an instant hit with audiences, Brian has also gone to have huge success in the West End Theatre. He has played the lead role in musicals including Me and My Girl, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Hairspray, Oliver!, The Music Man, Barnum and Jolson for which he was nominated for a prestigious Laurence Olivier Award. In 2019, Brain starred in the Dolly Parton musical 9 to 5 and is currently playing Scrooge at the Dominion Theatre. A huge favourite in Panto, Brian has performed all over the country.
Few performers working in show business today share the hours of live entertainment experience Brian has; having started his career as a warm-up for television personalities such as Kenny Everett and Terry Wogan. It wasn’t long before he was offered the chance to star in his own comedy programme. LWT commissioned The Brian Conley Show, a variety show that quickly became Britain’s most watched entertainment show.
Brian went onto host and star in numerous entertainment shows including Brian Conley: Alive and Dangerous, We've Got Your Number, Let me Entertain, Dirty Rotten Cheater and The TV that Made Me. He was also given the prestigious ‘An Audience with…”
An esteemed actor, Brian has starred in multiple award-winning television sitcoms including Time After Time, Last of the Summer Wine and The Grimleys.
Brian has won numerous awards including a British Comedy Award and The National Television Award for Most Popular Comedy Performer. After a career spanning almost 50 years, Brian still firmly remains one of the UK’s most charismatic and loved entertainers.