Brendan O'Connor (journalist)

Brendan O'Connor (Journalist)

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Brendan O'Connor (born 23 January 1970) is an Irish journalist, television personality and former comedian and pop star. He is now the presenter of a TV chat programme called The Saturday Night Show. O'Connor is a columnist for the Sunday Independent, and is editor of the newspaper's Life Magazine.

O'Connor's pop career has included a stint as a member of The Frank and Walters. He then moved on to form Fr. Brian & The Fun Loving Cardinals, a one-hit wonder known for the hit single "Who's in the House?" which was a satire on God and Jesus Christ.

O'Connor has pursued an active and colourful media career over several decades in Ireland. During the 1990s he appeared on Don't Feed the Gondolas, as well as on a number of other TV programmes. During the 2000s he served a member of the judging panel on Raidió Teilifís Éireann's (RTÉ) You're A Star TV talent contest. During 2010 he presented The Saturday Night Show on RTÉ One.

Early and private life

O'Connor grew up in the Bishopstown area of Cork in County Cork. During his time there as a...
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