Francesco De Carlo is an Italian stand up comedian, radio host and TV writer from Rome,
His Netflix one-hour stand up special “Cose di questo mondo” aired in 2019 and it is available in 190 countries worldwide.
In Italy, in the last three years he hosted “Pour Parler” and “Data Comedy Show”, two panel shows on Rai2, “The Roast of Italy” on Comedy Central and appeared in many TV shows (Rai/Sky/La7/Discovery Channel). He dubbed the character “Mr.Shark” in the Dreamworks film “Bad Guys”. Francesco is also a radio personality on RaiRadio2. His TV show “Tutta colpa della Brexit” (starred, written and directed by him) was aired on Rai Tre during the last winter. His book “La mia Brexit” has been published by Bompiani. He regularly performs in theatres throughout Italy: “Limbo” and “Bocca mia taci” have been his last sold out tours.

Abroad Francesco made his Edinburgh Fringe Festival debut in 2014 and firmly set his sights on his international career when he performed as part of the Comedy Sans Frontieres project alongside Eddie Izzard and Dylan Moran, produced by Mick Perrin Worldwide.
His international career has since taken him across the world, performing in English in 16 countries, including taking part in the Comedy Central International Showcase at JFL in Montreal and the Johannesburg International Comedy Festival. He appeared on Unspun with Matt Forde (Dave), Paul Hollywood’s Big Continental Road Trip (BBC 2), and The Arts Hour on Tour (BBC World Service). Recently Francesco appeared as the Italian correspondent on Comedy Central ‘Channel Hopping With Jon Richardson’ and on ‘The Mash Report” (BBC2). He opened for Matteo Lane at the Carnegie Hall in New York and in some major theatres all over Europe and the States.

Today Francesco is a regular at the Comedy Cellar in New York.

“If I was an Italian comedian performing in English, I would want to be as funny as Francesco De Carlo” Eddie Izzard

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