GameFace. Marcella (Roisin Conaty). Copyright: Objective Productions.

Roisin Conaty

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Roisin Conaty interview

Monday 15th July 2019

Roisin Conaty] talks about the return of her sitcom, GameFace. She admits that - despite her character taking driving lessons - she still can't drive in real life.


Press Clippings

After Life - a heavenly return or a hellish flop?

Once I had discovered After Life was returning for a second season, I felt both excited and intrigued. I thought the first season was brilliant and had potential to develop plots further, but I also wondered how Ricky Gervais could expand upon the first season's rather conclusive ending. Nevertheless, once the highly-anticipated wait was over, I involuntarily binge-watched season two, and I have to say the show has been taken to new heights.

Ollie Birchall, The Boar, 14th May 2020

After Life: season two

As a comedy series with a soft emotional core, the show encapsulates the quintessentially British habit of using humour as a coping mechanism. Tony's change of heart offers fresh hope that if a grumpy old man can have a change of heart, anyone can. Fans, keep an eye out for season three!

Helena Merron, The Student Newspaper, 3rd May 2020

Roisin Conaty interview

The comedian, 41, on getting women's sitcoms on to TV, overordering in restaurants and preferring decent to shiny people.

The Guardian, 25th April 2020

After Life Series 2 review

Given he's known for brutally direct stand-up, it's little surprise that Ricky Gervais doesn't do subtext.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 24th April 2020

Review: After Life season two, Netflix

There is certainly a lot going on in series two. This series overview barely scratches the surface and there are some crucial details we haven't revealed. Does it surpass the first series? I'm not sure. That made such an impact it was always going to be hard to beat. But there is no doubt that this sequel will grab you from the very start and keep you grabbed until the very end.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 24th April 2020

After Life season 2 review

This series is constantly looking for easy solutions - whether it's not bothering to film 'village' scenes outside of London or using swearing where good jokes ought to be.

Ed Cumming, The Independent, 22nd April 2020

After Life, series 2 review

Ricky Gervais's grief-driven comedy is just a rehash of the first series.

Ed Power, The Telegraph, 14th April 2020

Progress 1000: London's most influential people: comedy

The most influential people in London for comedy.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 3rd October 2019