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Originally from New York City, Liam McEneaney is considered by many to be one of the country’s top comedians, in addition to his work as a top writer and producer. Starting with a college tour at the age of 19, he has headlined across the United States and throughout Europe.
At the age of 24, he was tapped to appear on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend. He spent two seasons as a regular panelist on Vh1’s Best Week Ever, and more recently, he appeared on IFC doing stand-up on their interstitial series Comedy Drop. He also appeared on the Showtime special Caroline Rhea & Friends. His standup continues to be in heavy rotation on the Sirius/XM comedy channels.
In 2013, ASpecialThing records released his critically-acclaimed album, Comedian. It debuted on top of both the iTunes and Amazon comedy bestseller charts, where it continues to appear. His next album, Working Class Fancy, was released in 2016 by Comedy Dynamics, and continually appears on the Amazon and iTunes bestseller charts.
Liam also produced and starred in his own concert film, Tell Your Friends! The Concert Film! with some of his buddies like Reggie Watts, Kurt Braunohler & Kristen Schaal, and Christian Finnegan. It had its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival, and went on to make a full festival and screening tour, including at the Paley Center and Comic-Con.
In addition, Liam has made multiple appearances on WTF with Marc Maron, as well as many other top podcasts. He is a favorite of local morning radio hosts, and has been a guest on NPR’s Morning Edition as well as popular Sirius/XM shows like Tell Me Everything with John Fugelsang and The Howard Stern Wrap Up Show.
He was the subject of a full-page profile in the Wall Street Journal, has appeared within the pages of several memoirs including Unwifeable and Stand Up or Die, and was named one of the 100 Best Comedians of All Time by GQ Spain.
In 2019, his script, The Prophet Moses: NYPD, was named as a quarterfinalist for the Academy Nicholl Fellowship, and in 2020 two other scripts, Red Thunder and American Dirtbags, were quarterfinalists in the Final Draft Big Break Contest.