WINNER | BAFTA 2022 | BEST COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME
WINNER | RTS AWARDS 2022 | BEST COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMEThe Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan
WINNER | RTS AWARDS 2022 | BEST ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMANCEThe Big Breakfast
WINNER | RTS AWARDS 2022 | BEST ENTERTAINMENT SHOWThe Big Breakfast
WINNER | BAFTA 2021 | BEST COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMEThe Big Narstie Show
WINNER | BAFTA 2020 | BEST ENTERTAINMENT SHOW PERFORMANCEThe Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan
WINNER | RTS AWARDS 2021 | BEST ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMANCEThe Big Narstie Show
NOMINEE | NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2020TV Presenter of the Year
NOMINEE | NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2020The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award
WINNER | RTS AWARDS 2019 | BEST ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMANCEThe Big Narstie Show
NOMINEE | RTS AWARDS 2019 | BEST BREAKTHROUGH
EDINBURGH TV AWARDS 2019 | BEST NEWCOMER NOMINEE
With his high-energy style and stunning physicality, triple BAFTA winner Mo Gilligan is one of the UK’s biggest comedy stars with an online reach running into multiple millions.
Named “The Funniest Man in Britain” by The Times, Mo’s debut Coupla Cans stand up tour was a total sell out, including a huge two week residency in London’s West End. The show went on to be recorded as his debut Netflix Original Momentum, which was globally released in 190 countries.
Mo fronts his own multi award winning entertainment format The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan, which saw him win his first BAFTA for Best Entertainment Performance in 2020. That year he also produced and fronted the groundbreaking documentary Mo Gilligan: Black, British and Funny (Channel 4), which achieved huge critical acclaim.
Mo’s extensive TV credits include: Live at The Apollo (BBC Two), Celebrity Gogglebox (Channel 4) The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS) and he is on the resident judging panel for the UK version of smash hit show The Masked Singer (ITV).
In 2021, he went back on tour with his brand new show Mo Gilligan: There’s Mo to Life which achieved another total sell out run including a remarkable 10 dates at the Hammersmith Apollo and a history making O2 Arena show.
In 2022 he released his second highly anticipated Netflix Special and won his third BAFTA for Best Comedy Entertainment Programme (The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan)