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Gary Cooke
Residence Baldoyle, Dublin, Ireland
Nationality Irish Republic of Ireland
Occupation Comedian/Actor

Gary Cooke is an Irish comedian famous as one of the stars of Après Match. He is perhaps best known for his portrayal of media personality Eamon Dunphy, although he has also mocked Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker and TV3 sports broadcaster Trevor Welch.

From 2005 to 2007 he starred as Dunphia the wood nymph (Eamon Dunphy) and Fergie the Hair Dryer God (Alex Ferguson) in the musical comedy hit I, Keano.

On January 31 2006, Gary Cooke took part in a New Year's Eve special of Celebrity Jigs n' Reels.

He currently plays one of the judges alongside Sean Gallagher and former Eastenders star Michelle Collins on the ITV/TV3 drama Rock Rivals, which was filmed in Ireland.

He co-wrote the script for this year's Gaiety Pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk.

Gary currently lives in Baldoyle.

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