Callan set to kick off into 2015
Not content juggling Irish TV, radio and live gigs, Comedian and impersonator Oliver Callan has his eye on Britain, writes Colette Sexton
Best known for pretending to be other people, Oliver Callan – of Callan’s Kicks and formerly of Nob Nation – said being an independent producer and satirist is not all fun and games.
“When you’re a creative person you don’t want to know about all of the accounting side of things, but you have to,” he said.
Callan, who set up his own studio, Catchy Title Studios...
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