Roisin Marcella Conaty is an English comedian & television personality.
She studied film at Middlesex University and had several office jobs before starting her comedy career at the age of 24.
In 2010, Conaty won the Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Festival for her show Hero, Warrior, Fireman, Liar, becoming one of only five women to receive an Edinburgh Comedy award in 30 years. In April 2011, she performed her show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival.
In November 2010, she appeared on series 3, episode 4 of Russell Howard's Good News. Other stand-up performances include "The Angina Monologues", alongside Victoria Wood, Jo Brand, Andi Osho, Isy Suttie and Katy Brand for Sky Television, Russell Howard's Stand Up Central on Comedy Central and Live at the Apollo in December 2015. In 2016, she was a guest on the Jonathan Ross Show.
Conaty has appeared on a number of panel shows, including Have I Got News for You, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Insert Name Here, A League of Their Own, Would I Lie to You?, Hypothetical, and "Room 101". She starred in the BBC Three version of Impractical Jokers. She was one of the original cast of comedians in series 1 of Taskmaster on Dave. Taskmaster creator and co-host Alex Horne said of Conaty, that she was "the worst. But also one of my favourites."
Conaty appeared on Big Fat Quiz Of Everything 7th January 2021 with Rob Beckett.