|Birth||13 December 1996|
Ciaran Lyons (born 13 December 1996) is an Australian stand up comedian and presenter.
Lyons was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1996 where he lived for seven years before moving with his family to Perth, Australia.
Lyons did his first gig aged 14 years old at the Laugh Resort Comedy Club in Perth, and began performing at major comedy venues around Australia. Whilst underage for the first few years of his career, his parents had to take him to all his shows. In 2012 he appeared in the WA Raw Comedy Finals, before winning "Next Gen Comedian" the following year at the 2013 Perth International Comedy Festival.
At 18 years old, Lyons debut solo show at the Perth Fringe was nominated for "Best Comedy" award. That same year he was selected to be part of the 2015 Melbourne International Comedy Festival "Comedy Zone" Show. He has made appearances at Triple J's Good Az Friday, Splendour in the Grass and ABC Comedy Bites Gala (Hamer Hall, Melbourne).
Lyons was a regular Perth Metro Whip presenter for Network Ten's The Project, covering what was happening in Perth over the weekend.
In 2016 The Sunday Times included Lyons in their Hottest 100 WA People List.
Lyons now resides in Sydney and can be heard regularly presenting on national youth station Triple J.