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Neil Mullarkey co-founded Britain's top improv troupe, The Comedy Store Players, in 1985 and continues to improvise with them at London's famous Comedy Store. His many credits include Austin Powers movies (International Man of Mystery and Goldmember), Whose Line Is it Anyway, I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, Just a Minute and Quote Unquote. A hilarious alternative after-dinner speaker, Neil's alter ego L. Vaughan Spencer, "Life Coach, Self-Help Guru and Gangsta Motivator" stars in Don't Be Needy, Be Succeed, which won the Fringe Report Award for Best Satire. L-Vo was Resident Agony Uncle for BBCi and has appeared at many corporate conferences around the world.
"Neil Mullarkey treated us to a fantastic show and I've just about recovered from laughing so much!" Aviva
In the theatre, Neil has recently starred in Then Again, a revue, in which he played Prime Minister called Tony. He directed the hit West End interactive comedy whodunit Scissor Happy for Radio Four. Neil hosted Missed Demeanours, was a regular performer on Bits from Last Week's Radio, co-wrote and starred in FAB TV and has appeared on Just a Minute, The News Quiz, etc... He has worked with many organisations including the BBC, KPMG, London Business School, among others.
What he offers you
Neil is highly accomplished in the field of management training, having run many workshops and hosted conferences for private and public organisations using improvisational theatre to enhance people's skills in communication, leadership and innovation. He can also give an interactive keynote demonstrating the techniques. He parodies every American self-help cliché with chilling attention to detail: empowering muzak, pseudo-science techniques such as 'letterology' (only eat foods that begin with your first initial), and the successor to feng shui, namely 'tong shui'(success through the correct hairstyle).
How he presents
Neil is shockingly spot-on, interacting beautifully with his audiences. His oily charm overcoming any shyness, while his brilliant word-play and electric charm ensure there is never a slow moment or awkward silence.
Neil presents in English.
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