Conan O’Brien is one of the most recognizable Irish-American comedians (along with his cousin Dennis Leary) and has visited Ireland several times over the years. Born to an Irish Catholic family in Massachusetts, he was a staff writer on The Simpsons, Saturday Night Live and later emerged as one of the most successful and famous US late night studio hosts.
Today we’d like to remind you of one of Mrs. O’Brien boy’s most recent trips to our shores when he and his crew visited the home of the black stuff The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin city. There Conan found out what goes into making Guinness, learns how to pull the perfect pint and continues to act the maggot with a smile on his face.
And as a bonus, here’s Conan from the same trip accepting an Honorary Degree from Trinity College’s Philosophical Society: