Frankie Boyle

Francis Martin Patrick "Frankie" Boyle
Francis Martin Patrick Boyle (born 16 August 1972) is a Scottish comedian and writer.wikipedia
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Frankie Boyle's New World Order

After his departure from Mock the Week, Boyle created and starred in the Channel 4 sketch show Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights (2010) and currently presents the BBC Two satirical chat show Frankie Boyle's New World Order (2017–present).
Frankie Boyle's New World Order is a British comedy television programme presented by Frankie Boyle.

Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights

Tramadol Nights
After his departure from Mock the Week, Boyle created and starred in the Channel 4 sketch show Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights (2010) and currently presents the BBC Two satirical chat show Frankie Boyle's New World Order (2017–present).
Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights is a comedy sketch show created in 2010 by Frankie Boyle, starring Boyle himself alongside Jim Muir, Tom Stade, Robert Florence and Thaila Zucchi.

Mock the Week

Boyle first gained recognition as a permanent panellist on the comedy panel show Mock the Week from its beginning in June 2005 until his departure in September 2009.
On several occasions, Mock the Week has been the source of complaints, due to some risqué comments made by the panellists and the show's extreme use of profanity (in particular Frankie Boyle).

Holyrood Secondary School

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He attended Holyrood Secondary School in Glasgow.

Aston University

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He then studied Urban Planning at Aston University for a year before leaving and beginning a BA in English Literature at the University of Sussex.

My Shit Life So Far

On 1 October 2009, Boyle's autobiography My Shit Life So Far was released, published by HarperCollins.
My Shit Life So Far is a comedic observational autobiography by comedian and topical panelist Frankie Boyle.

Glasgow

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Boyle was born and raised in Pollokshaws, Glasgow to Irish Catholic parents from the Crolly area of County Donegal in the west of Ulster.
The long-running TV drama Taggart and the comedies Empty, Chewin' the Fat, Rab C. Nesbitt, Still Game, Limmy's Show and Dear Green Place depict the Glaswegian patois, while Kevin Bridges, Frankie Boyle, Craig Ferguson and Billy Connolly have made Glaswegian humour known to the rest of the world.

Michelle Wolf

Michelle Wolf in 2018
Special guests include Sara Pascoe, Katherine Ryan, Michelle Wolf, Desiree Burch, and Richard Osman.
On November 20, 2016, Wolf appeared as a guest on Frankie Boyle's American Autopsy on BBC2, reflecting on the result of the 2016 US Presidential Election.

Pollokshaws

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Boyle was born and raised in Pollokshaws, Glasgow to Irish Catholic parents from the Crolly area of County Donegal in the west of Ulster.

The Stand Comedy Club

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He gained his big break after performing at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh, a venue that has also helped launch the careers of Stewart Lee, Johnny Vegas, Peter Kay, Dara Ó Briain and Michael McIntyre.
Since becoming a year-round dedicated comedy club, The Stand has been a platform for comedians such as Fred MacAulay, Kevin Bridges, Des Clarke and Frankie Boyle.

CLiNT

In September 2010, Boyle began publishing his comic strip Rex Royd in the launch issue of CLiNT magazine, co-written with comedian Jim Muir and with artwork by Michael Dowling.
As well as comics from Millar it also includes those written by celebrities like Jonathan Ross and Frankie Boyle.

Stewart Lee

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He gained his big break after performing at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh, a venue that has also helped launch the careers of Stewart Lee, Johnny Vegas, Peter Kay, Dara Ó Briain and Michael McIntyre.
After accepting an honorary fellowship from St Edmund Hall, Oxford, Lee gave a lecture to aspiring writers in which he discussed the fact that performers such as Frankie Boyle, Michael McIntyre, Jack Whitehall and Andi Osho used writers who were not credited.

Hackney Empire

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On 10 November 2008, Boyle's first DVD was released, featuring a sell-out stand-up performance given at London's Hackney Empire and some additional material, including a documentary about the tour, entitled Fuck You Scotland, and some sketches from the BBC Three comedy Rush Hour.
Hackney Empire was a leading centre in the alternative comedy boom of the 1980s – Frankie Boyle, Jack Whitehall, Jo Brand, Russell Brand, John Cleese, Jackie Clune, Greg Davies, Felix Dexter, Ben Elton, Harry Enfield, Craig Ferguson, Dawn French, Jeremy Hardy, Lenny Henry, Bill Hicks, Harry Hill, Mark Linn-Baker, Martha Lewis and Eve Polycarpo, Paul Merton, Jennifer Saunders, Arthur Smith, Mark Steel and Tim Vine are just some of the comedians who have performed there.

Rush Hour (British TV series)

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On 10 November 2008, Boyle's first DVD was released, featuring a sell-out stand-up performance given at London's Hackney Empire and some additional material, including a documentary about the tour, entitled Fuck You Scotland, and some sketches from the BBC Three comedy Rush Hour.
The cast includes Adam Buxton, Sanjeev Kohli, Miranda Hart, Frankie Boyle, David Armand, Marek Larwood, Kerry Godliman, Bruce Mackinnon, Naomi Bentley, Lorna Watson, and Katy Wix.

Political Animal (radio show)

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In April 2010, the BBC Trust's Editorial Standards Committee apologised for a joke made by Boyle on Radio 4 panel show Political Animal in which he likened the situation in Palestine to "a cake being punched to pieces by a very angry Jew".
Previous guests have included Frankie Boyle, Daniel Kitson, Stewart Lee, Richard Herring, Jeremy Hardy, Marcus Brigstocke, Robert Newman, Chris Addison, Russell Howard and Russell Brand.

Sara Pascoe

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Featuring guests Katherine Ryan and Sara Pascoe, Boyle dissected the Scottish independence referendum, 2014 and general election.
She has appeared in all three of Frankie Boyle's Autopsy BBC programmes (2014–2016), discussing political issues.

Greg Hemphill

In 2014, Frankie Boyle starred in the short comedy film Gasping for BBC Scotland, written by Greg Hemphill.
Comedian Frankie Boyle became part of this venture, unmasking himself at the end of the match.

Tom Stade

The Boyle Variety Performance was broadcast on 19 August 2012 and featured Boyle with guests Rob Delaney, Nick Helm, Katherine Ryan and Tom Stade.
Stade appeared on Frankie Boyle's stand-up show The Boyle Variety Performance in August 2012, and recorded a live DVD at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London (released in autumn 2013).

The Guardian

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Boyle writes satire and opinion pieces for the British newspaper The Guardian.

Argumental

Each team captain was accompanied by a guest panellist who have included Jimmy Carr, Sue Perkins, Reginald D. Hunter, Phill Jupitus, Charlie Higson, Johnny Vegas, Lucy Porter, Dara Ó Briain, Sean Lock and Frankie Boyle.

Never Mind the Buzzcocks

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Guest hosts included Alex James, Dermot O'Leary, Jack Whitehall, Rhod Gilbert, David Walliams, Claudia Winkleman, Frank Skinner, Frankie Boyle, James Corden, Mark Watson, Martin Freeman and David Tennant.

Daily Mirror

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In July 2011, the Daily Mirror published an article strongly criticizing Boyle which alleged he had been forced to quit Mock the Week and described him as a "racist comedian".

Would I Lie to You? (game show)

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Jerry Sadowitz

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The fellow Scottish shock comedian Jerry Sadowitz is often cited as an influence on Boyle, although Boyle himself has discounted this.
The release was shelved after he changed his mind about releasing anything, stating that "I don’t want people looking at me on a DVD for the first time – and there are loads of people who haven’t seen me – and thinking: "Oh, he’s a bit like Frankie Boyle.