From co-founding the world famous improvisation group The Comedy Store Players with Mike Myers, through to appearing on the likes of Have I Got News For You, Whose Line Is It Anyway, Austin Powers, Saturday Live and QI, Neil Mullarkey has worked with some of the most talented names in comedy, film and television.
Since being elected president of the influential Cambridge Footlights at the beginning of his career, Neil has since gone on to share the stage with the likes of Eddie Izzard, Tony Hawks, Dawn French, Nick Hancock and Eric Sykes, and has been at the forefront of theatre improvisation for over three decades. He has also written various shows, TV and radio programmes and documentaries, including Morris Minor’s Marvellous Motors (with Tony Hawks), The Amazing Colossal Show (with Greg Proops), FAB TV and Ten Years of the Comedy Store Players.
With a string of prestigious clients including Barclays, Unilever, Google, Deloitte, GlaxoSmithKline, Microsoft, Vodafone, NHS, Saatchi & Saatchi and WPP, Neil has become synonymous with bringing the agility and innovation of improvisation to the boardrooms and frontlines of the world’s biggest corporations. He transforms businesses from the inside by encouraging communication, collaboration, engagement and creativity, and simplifying some of the most complex problems into the most compelling solutions.
Through developing and delivering bespoke workshops, conference keynotes, communications strategies and mentoring programmes, Neil helps organisations across the global communicate with impact, influence and confidence.