Over the last few years, comedian Steve Byrne has solidified his status as one of the most innovative, versatile and established entertainers working in his field.
Over the last few years, comedian Steve Byrne has solidified his status as one of the most innovative, versatile and established entertainers working in his field. From starting his career at established clubs in NYC like The Comedy Cellar and Gotham to cementing his work ethic in LA at The Comedy Store and The Improv, his career has ascended to a national touring act backed by an impressive resume. Apart from being a late night talk show regular: “Conan”, “Jimmy Kimmel” “The Late Late Show”, even appearing on “The Tonight Show” 10 times, Steve starred, produced and wrote on his own sitcom that ran for 3 seasons on TBS, “Sullivan & Son” produced by Vince Vaughn and Peter Billingsley. Rebounding from tv, Steve directed the documentary “Always Amazing” about comic-magician The Amazing Johnathan” that was given a home with Bill Burr’s All Things Comedy. He then wrote and directed his first feature film “The Opening Act”, about a comedian’s first time on the road with Jimmy O Yang, Cedric the Entertainer, Bill Burr, Whitney Cummings, Ken Jeong, Iliza Schlesinger, Tom Segura and many more. The film premiered to rave reviews and sits at 84% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. Steve has been touring non stop as a regular at all the top clubs in the nation, usually in support of his 5 hour specials, his first two “Happy Hour” and “Byrne Identity” released on Comedy Central. “Champion” released on Netflix, “Tell the Damn Joke” on Showtime and most recently, released in Dec 2022, “The Last Late Night” on Amazon Prime, a late night talk show disguised as an hour special, that’s rated 4.8 stars. With the release of his last hour, Steve is currently working on his next 2 feature film projects, touring material for the next special and his two podcasts: “Two Cool Moms” with Joe Gatto and “Comedy Piñata”. Show more