Rob Delaney is an American comedian, actor, and writer who is widely known as the co-creator and co-star of the critically acclaimed, BAFTA winning and Emmy nominated Channel 4 and Amazon Prime comedy CATASTROPHE, which broadcasted for four seasons in over 130 countries around the world. Rob is also an accomplished two-time author who recently released his deeply personal Sunday Times Bestseller and New York Times bestselling memoir A HEART THAT WORKS with Hodder (UK) and Spiegel & Grau (US) to outstanding reviews including being mentioned as one of the Best Books of 2022 from publications such as The New YorkerEntertainment WeeklyTime, and USA Today. Previously in 2013, Rob released his first memoir ROB DELANEY: MOTHER WIFE SISTER HUMAN WARRIOR FALCON YARDSTICK TURBAN CABBAGE from Random House (Spiegel & Grau US) and Little Brown (UK).


He can currently be seen in Matthew Vaughn’s ARGYLLE, now in theaters. Other recent roles include Paramount’s MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 7, and as well the Netflix feature LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT. Other film and tv credits include Netflix’s THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL, Showtime’s THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH, the Disney+ reboot of HOME SWEET HOME ALONE opposite Ellie Kemper as well as Amblin’s THE GOOD HOUSE opposite Sigourney Weaver, Amazon’s THE POWER, Lionsgate’s BOMBSHELL, the FAST & FURIOUS: HOBBS & SHAW, and Comedy Central’s KEY & PEELE. In 2018, Rob was a breakout star as the fan favorite “Peter W.” in DEADPOOL 2 – the newest (and beloved) member to the X-Force who has no powers but “just responded to the ad.” and will reprise his role in the highly anticipated next installment, DEADPOOL & WOLVERINE, releasing July 26th 2024. He will also next be seen in the forthcoming Apple TV+ series BAD MONKEY opposite Vince Vaughn, produced by Bill Lawrence (TED LASSO).


Along with releasing two stand-up specials, JACKIE (Amazon) and LIVE AT THE BOWERY BALLROOM (Netflix), he hosted Comedy Central UK’s ROB DELANEY’S STAND UP CENTRAL, an eight-episode stand-up comedy showcase. When he’s not acting or writing you can find him waxing poetic in the form of 140 characters or less @robdelaney on Twitter. He currently resides in London and regularly performs stand up across the world.