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 movies, Saturday Live and QI, Neil Mullarkey has worked with some of the most talented names in comedy, film and television.
Having been 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 a quarter of a century. Now he is forging a reputation for using this unparalleled expertise on the stage to inspire people and businesses to embrace their creativity and enhance their communication skills.
With a string of prestigious clients including Barclays Capital, Google, Deloitte, GlaxoSmithKline, Microsoft, Vodafone, the NHS, Saatchi & Saatchi and WPP, and regular appearances across the national broadsheets writing articles and reviews, Neil has become synonymous with bringing the agility and innovation of improvisation to the boardrooms and sales teams of the world’s biggest corporations; transforming businesses from the inside by encouraging communication, collaboration, engagement and creativity, and simplifying some of the most complex of problems into the most compelling of solutions.
Be it designing bespoke workshops through to immersing himself in individual executive coaching on communication skills, Neil is now helping businesses across the globe communicate better, build high performing teams and deliver genuine, tangible results.