Edo Berger hails from Amsterdam. Edo eats everything and loves children. His favourite primary colours are red, yellow and blue.

Edo Berger won several Dutch comedy festivals before expanding to performing in English. His performances have brought him to Edinburgh, Budapest, Oslo, Moscow and Tokyo, among others. He also shot and directed a documentary about the comedian’s love for anecdotes about horrible comedy gigs, called Dictator of Comedy.


Edo worked as a journalist and presenter for several youth shows on radio and TV. For the Dutch radio station 3FM he made items in Latvia and South Africa and for the public broadcaster NCRV he kept a videoblog of his experiences as a volunteer in an orphanage in Nepal.

Edo won two comedy festivals, the Rabo Camuz Kleinkunstfestival in 2008 and the Griffioen Zuidplein Cabaretfestival in 2010.His Musical column on current affairs for radio station Q-Music, which he wrote together with Jasper Smit and Wouter Monden, was nominated for a Silver Reiss Microphone, the national award for the best radion item.