Since first performing stand up at the age of 18, Davey has gone on to perform at every major Irish comedy festival, including the Cat Laughs, Forbidden Fruit, Longitude, Vodafone Comedy Festival, and Electric Picnic, while also supporting Hannibal Buress in Vicar St. In 2017, he was chosen to be the new resident MC of Ireland’s longest running comedy club The Comedy Cellar.
In 2016, he performed his debut show Dysmorphin’ Time! at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, before a sold out run at the Dublin Fringe Festival. He repeated this success with his shows Double Decker Bus and Disposable Camera in 2017 and 2018 respectively. He is a multiple time Dublin Fringe award nominee and has sold out shows in 7 countries.
Davey has an extensive catalogue of work on YouTube, first as one the stars of Facts (voted “Ireland’s Best Youtube Channel 2016”), and later The Try Channel. He has appeared on RTÉ, BBC, MTV and in the pages of The Washington Post and Cosmopolitan. With over a million subscribers subscribers and well over 500 million views, Davey has gained a global following.
He has found success outside of comedy, having produced the short film The Omega Male, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014. He has also written, produced, and directed a number of music videos, including co-writing the video for Someone New by Grammy-nominated artist Hozier.