Now into his 3rd decade in comedy, Ed continues to enjoy huge critical and popular success. Over the years he has performed hit tours and sold out many runs at both the Edinburgh Fringe and London’s West End alongside numerous appearances on radio, television, the stage and the big screen.

Ed has developed a huge overseas following and has performed to capacity audiences in Australia (where he shook hands with David Bowie backstage at a television show), New Zealand (where he was briefly a media sensation because of an argument with a barman), Singapore, Belgium, Bermuda, Norway, Sweden, Austria, Switzerland and more.

In Canada, Ed has made several appearances at the word famous Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal which has included a number of performances (plus Hosting) on their prestigious televised Galas.

In the US he has performed at the US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen and in top comedy clubs in New York and LA, as well as making five appearances on NBC’s Late Night With Conan O’Brien.

In the UK and Ireland, 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 acting on HAL. He is also a regular panellist on the BBC’s Mock the Week and has made several memorable appearances on the Graham Norton Show, Live At The Apollo and Have I Got News For You.

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 (BBC) with Dara Ó Briain and drove across Siberia with Andy Parsons for an episode of World’s Most Dangerous Roads (BBC). Also for the BBC has also presented pieces for Countryfile and The One Show, and has appeared on natural history programmes such as Science Club, Volcano Live and Into The Wild with Gordon Buchanan.