Mario Rosenstock
Irish actor, comedian and musician
Mario Rosenstock
Mario Rosenstock born 31 August 1971, is an Irish actor, comedian, impressionist and musician. His uncle is Gabriel Rosenstock, one of Ireland's most notable Irish language poets and member of INNTI with Michael Davitt, Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill and Liam Ó Muirthile.
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Enjoy the Chaos Down Below - Bleeding Yankee Blue (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Instead, in the words of the great Irish comedian Mario Rosenstock (creator of Special 1 TV, in character as Manchester United's bastard manager Alex Ferguson), we should be "Just sittin' back, bottle o' wine, top o' the league, enjoyin' the chaos down
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Mario Rosenstock: Gift Grub is just as good as Scrap Saturday - Irish Independent
Google News - over 5 years
But for Mario Rosenstock, satire is alive and well, and currently living in Leinster House. "I was watching the 2005 Reeling in the Years and there was not one Irish political story mentioned," says Rosenstock. "I was shocked
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Romance and politics for Saturday Night - RTE.ie
Google News - over 5 years
Commandant Maureen O'Brien from the army, Lieutenant Marie Gleeson from the navy and Captain Amelia McKeown from the Air Corps will be sharing their experiences. Also on the show are Mario Rosenstock, who will share his take on the new government and
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Pinkredible -- peace and love break out in Leinster House - Irish Independent
Google News - over 5 years
"He rang me looking for a pink jacket, and at first I thought it was Mario Rosenstock ringing for a wind-up," said Louis. But by yesterday morning the Independent TD was kitted out in a €600 Canali jacket and Duchamp tie. And better still, he doesn't
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RORY BREMNER The Scottish impressionist talks satire, the Irish economy and ... - Irish Times
Google News - over 5 years
I hope there's somebody to take that on. I did a radio show last year where I got to meet people like Barry Murphy and Mario Rosenstock. They're both amazing performers. As an outsider, I'd be reluctant to wade in. I prefer to listen
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JUST ASK THEM: THEY'RE SPECIAL
NYTimes - almost 8 years
José Mourinho, the supremely confident manager of Inter Milan, is fantastic. So, too, is the Special One, a boisterous and impertinent puppet who borrows Mourinho's likeness. And both are equally as likely to tell you so in clipped but pointed English. The puppet hosts the spoof call-in show ''Special 1 TV'' on Setanta Sports, a satellite
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SOCCER ROUNDUP; M.L.S. Tale: Rich Player, Poor Player
NYTimes - almost 9 years
His red card in the second half of the Red Bulls' season opener last Saturday will cost defender Jeff Parke $250. Hardly a princely sum. ''I've never gotten a red card, ever,'' Parke said after the game. ''But $250, that's pretty big, for me.'' That amount may not sound like an issue for a professional athlete, but money is always a topic of
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mario Rosenstock
    THIRTIES
  • 2011
    Age 39
    As of 2011, Rosenstock is the last Irish national to top his country's Christmas charts; since 2006, winners of British series The X Factor have topped the Christmas charts in Ireland every year.
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  • 2007
    Age 35
    Between December 2007 and May 2009, Rosenstock worked on a puppet comedy series entitled Special 1 TV (originally I'm on Setanta Sports), which was presented as a parody weekly football talk show hosted by "José Mourinho".
    More Details Hide Details Rosenstock voiced all the puppet characters on the sketch, with the exception of "Rafael Benitez", who was performed by Keith Burke, including the main character Mourinho, his studio co-hosts "Sven-Göran Eriksson" and "Wayne Rooney", and regular phone-in callers like "Alex Ferguson", "Arsène Wenger", "Roy Keane" and "Mick McCarthy", as well as the non-football-related characters, Nelson Mandela, Willie Nelson, Barack Obama and Tom Cruise. Outstanding Achievement Award at the 11th annual PPI (Phonographic Performance Ireland) Radio Awards.
  • 2005
    Age 33
    In 2005, Rosenstock achieved the Christmas number one single in the Irish music Charts, with a parody of Will Young's song Leave Right Now (which itself was a Christmas number-one in 2003).
    More Details Hide Details The parody concerned Roy Keane's controversial departure from and his falling-out with Alex Ferguson.
    In 2005, he starred as Keano in the comedy musical play I, Keano, which concerns Keane leaving the Republic of Ireland national football team during the run-up to the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born on August 31, 1971.
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