Dean"s stand up is delivered in a confident style as he comfortably engages with the audience.
Performing for just over a year in a varitey of venues - from clubs and pubs and the 2013 Edinburugh Festival right up to London"s Comedy Store for audiences of up to 400, his sets are always fresh and changing with a mix of topical material and personal anecdotes, all of which fall within the "not family friendly" catagory.
Never before has the line between appalling and appealing been so blurred. If you leave your moral compass at home - Dean never fails to entertain.
His dry, dead pan and altogether dark sense of humour has proved a winner with both London audiences and those further afield. Controvertial, clever and close to the bone.
By his own confession - if its in the news, its probably in the show - like it or not.
Make sure you catch him.
AWARDS: ABSOLUTELY NONE - although was re-named "Wan*ie Boyle" a few weeks ago at a West End gig.
Quotes: "What a nice bloke - lived up to his Surname" - The Comedy Store London.