Al Foran

Impressionist Comedian

why book al?

  • Named one of the “Top 25” by Streaming Media magazine and one of the “Top 100 Media Executives” by The Hollywood Reporter. Her TED talks have been watched by over twelve million people.
  • Al has showcased his talent on stage, from live Irish tours hitting venues like The Limelight and Vicar Street to playing the Impressionist Prince in the Olympia Panto.
  • He is a regular on RTE’s Funny Friday and has made appearances on various TV and radio shows. He contributes to popular platforms like, Uni-Lad, and LadBible


Al is Ireland and the UK’s latest internet sensation!

With a social media following of over 700,000 followers, regular appearances on RTE’s Funny Friday, various TV and radio appearances and his contributions to various, Uni-Lad and LadBible videos, Al’s stardom is rising by the day.

Al has worked with many global brands such as EA Sports Fifa, William Hill, Chicago Town Pizza, Dominoes, Captain Morgan, Amazon, WWE, Manchester United, and Adidas.

Al is an impressionist and mimic of extraordinary talent and has over a hundred separate voices in his arsenal of comedic impressions, his stand outs are Conor McGregor, Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci, Mike Tyson, Eddie Murphy, Donald Trump, Roy Keane, Jose Mourinho, Eamon Dunphy, Katie Taylor and many other situations that stand out for their hilarity and just good Laugh Out Loud fun.

Al has performed on TV, Radio and live on stage. He has appeared at weddings as the “Surprise Guest” and MC’d events from charity dinners to corporate parties. His talent and creative flexibility make him the perfect choice for live performances and promotional work.

Al took to the stage in early 2018 for his first live Irish tour, which took him to venues such as The Limelight in Belfast, The Opera House in Cork, Dolans in Limerick, Dublin’s Vicar Street and many others.

He also appeared in the Olympia Panto as the Impressionist Prince in Cinderella.

In 2020, Al decided to start his own podcast, with well known guests like Andy Cole, Tony Bellew, Conor Moore, Rory’s Stories, Paddy McGuinness, Alexander Volkanivski, Ariel Helwani, Ken Doherty, Chris Kamara, and many more.







Al Foran