Joanne McNally is an Irish stand-up comedian, author, and actor who was born on May 7, 1983. She was born and raised in County Dublin’s Killiney. She has also made appearances on RTÉ’s The Late Late Show, The Afternoon Show, Ireland AM, Two Tube, and The Commute. She was the co-host of the Republic of Telly. She hosts a weekly agony aunt piece called “Dr. Joanne” on the Chris and Ciara show on RTÉ 2fm as well as her own “Mack the Week” segment on the Eoghan McDermott show.
Is Joanne Mcnally Dating Anyone?
According to Joanne McNally, she met her Irish lover using the celebrity dating app Raya.
The comedian has previously said that the man’s name is Dennis and that he is from Bray, but she has remained mum on their relationship’s specifics.
They are getting along well, she claimed, but she is embarrassed to talk about their relationship.
“I am in a relationship. I met a sound Irish man on Raya, and we’re dating or whatever “She poste on Instagram.
However, I will undoubtedly prevent him from viewing this video since I don’t want him to learn that I am acknowledging our relationship because it would be embarrassing.
Dennis and Joanne joked that they were “engaged” because neither of them was having sexual relations with anybody else.
On their podcast, she disclosed to Vogue Williams: “I intended to finish it with Dennis when I returned to my native country of Ireland.
“Look, it can’t go anywhere, I said. You don’t live here, and neither do I. You’re staying put because you have children.
Anyway, I basically spent five days with him in Killiney Castle, and now I suppose we’re engaged,” she continued.
I guess I’m the wave because he said, “Let’s just ride the wave.” Joanne was actually barred from Raya last year when it was discovered that she had been sending her pal screenshots of other people’s profiles.
McNally placed in the semifinals of both Funny Women and So You Think You’re Funny. She appears at the Cat Laughs, Body & Soul, Jestfest, Galway Comedy Carnival, Vodafone Comedy Festival, and Bray Comedy Festival.
She created and presented Bite Me, a one-woman performance, for the Dublin Fringe Festival under the direction of Una McKevitt. Based on her personal experience with eating disorders, the piece is a dark comedy. The performance at Dublin’s Project Arts Centre was a five-night sellout, and it was nominated for four prizes, namely Best Performance, Best Production, and First Fortnight Award.
The Irish Times reprinted a segment from the program, and it quickly became the week’s most popular online article. In January 2017, she made an appearance as a guest on The Tommy Tiernan Show on RTÉ One, where she discussed the program. At August 2017, McNally will perform Bite Me just at Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland’s Assembly Rooms.
In January 2017, McNally joined the UK comedy agency Off the Kerb. In February 2017, she began performing in London. The podcast My Therapist Ghosted Me is co-hosted by McNally and Vogue Williams. Joanne currently divides her time between Vogue’s home in Howth and the basement of Vogue in London.
In 2022, she will begin her “Prosecco Express” tour in the UK and Ireland. which also lists numerous completely sold-out performances at the London Palladium and Dublin’s Vicar Street. She made an appearance on The Big Fat Quiz of Everything on Channel 4 in April 2022.