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Kielty was the host of the first series of Channel 4's Stand Up for the Week, which began in June 2010 and ran for six weeks.In 20, Patrick guest hosted a few episodes of The One Show alongside Alex Jones.He hosted the original pilot series of the American version of Deal or No Deal for ABC in early 2004.However, ABC decided against airing the series, which ended up on NBC, with Canadian comedian Howie Mandel as host.In 2007, he also guested on the BBC's third series of Live at the Apollo.On , as part of the events surrounding the Northern Irish Peace Agreement, Kielty was invited to conduct a joint in-depth TV interview at 10 Downing Street in London with British prime minister Tony Blair and Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahearn.Kielty graduated to presenting programmes such as Last Chance Lottery and Patrick Kielty Almost Live, broadcast throughout the UK.Alcoholic former football star George Best later gave his first TV interview following his liver transplant to Kielty on the same show. He did an impersonation of Martin Mc Guinness (who bears a slight resemblance to Art Garfunkel) singing the Simon and Garfunkel song, "Bridge over Troubled Water".
Kielty was born in Downpatrick, Co Down, Northern Ireland, and grew up in the neighbouring village of Dundrum.His professional career started while he was still a psychology student at Queen's University of Belfast called "The Empire Laughs Back", started by him and fellow student Jackie Hamilton, who went on to become a BBC producer.One routine performed a local gigs involved donning a balaclava and making spoof paramilitary pronouncements. He later became the warm-up act for a BBC Northern Ireland programme, Anderson on the Box, presented by local personality Gerry Anderson.Before Patrick was a national celebrity he first rose to prominence as one of the country's most exciting and challenging stand-up comedians. The hostess showed off her engagement ring from Kielty to Us Weekly. PHOTOS: Biggest engagements of 2012 "Yes [he did]," Deeley, 35 confirmed.