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Dapper Laughs: On The Pull

ITV2 comedy. 6 episodes (1 series) in 2014. Stars Daniel O'Reilly.

Press Clippings

Dapper Laughs 'set for Celebrity Big Brother'

Controversial comedian Dapper Laughs is reportedly set to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house.

The Mirror, 29th November 2015

Should Dapper Laughs be forgiven?

The lad's comic Daniel O'Reilly killed his on-stage persona after a sexism storm last year. But Dapper Laughs says he's changed. So can he prove he's a feminist - or even funny?

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 23rd November 2015

The return of Dapper Laughs

Daniel O'Reilly on his Newsnight mauling and why he needs to "be a bit more careful".

Jack Seale, Radio Times, 11th November 2015

Dapper Laughs: I'm a feminist

In an interview for On Demand News, he said: 'If you ask me if I consider myself a feminist then I'd say yeah, equal rights.'

Chortle, 4th November 2015

Boyfriend proposes at Dapper Laughs gig

Brave boyfriend Ryan Armstrong proposed to his girlfriend live on stage at one of Dapper Laugh's shows. And with a helping hand from Dapper himself, the answer was a resounding 'yes'.

Ellie Cullen, Nottingham Post, 14th October 2015

Dapper Laughs interview

"There's things I wouldn't speak about. I'd never be racist. And I've never, actually, written a joke about rape. I don't find it funny."

Tom Slater, Spiked, 7th October 2015

Video: Dapper Laughs interview

Comedian Daniel O'Reilly sparked outrage when he was accused of making a joke about rape at one of his gigs last year.

Speaking to Stephen Nolan on BBC Radio 5 Live he said: "The most heartbreaking thing is the way they were writing about me in the media was stirring up such opinion from other rape crisis groups."

Stephen Nolan, BBC News, 5th October 2015

A day in the life of: Dapper Laughs

He confides in me about how he used to hit his own head against a wall, cutting his eye, then tell his schoolmates he'd been busted in a fight. It's not a sympathy act, he's not going all tortured artist on my ass, he's showing me that beneath bravado usually lies insecurity.

Nadia Mendoza, Daily Star, 30th September 2015

Dapper Laughs to make a movie

Dapper Laughs is to make his film debut, starring in a comedy-horror described as 'The Inbetweeners meets Lesbian Vampire Killers'. In Fanged Up, the controversial comic, real name Daniel O'Reilly, plays a wrongfully arrested man imprisoned in a high-security foreign prison just as it is overrun by sexy female vampires.

Chortle, 29th September 2015

Dapper Laughs, Oscar Wilde & 'buzz word' offensiveness

Daniel O'Reilly in his character (Is it a character?) of Dapper Laughs is the comedian who just keeps giving to journalists. He needs better PR advice. Or does he?

John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 27th July 2015