Conor Moore

Conor Moore is an Impressionist, TV and Radio Broadcaster who hails from Mullingar in Ireland. Impressively, Moore has made a name for himself across the golfing circuit, in particular for his impersonations of Tiger WoodsRory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia, with Sergio, in particular, applauding Conor with rave reviews.

Conor presented ‘The Conor Moore Show’ on Golf Pass. The show was a “nearly live” look back at the biggest sports stories in the world. Conor offered his hilarious take on pro golf, combined with sketches, celebrity interviews and much more, all with his unique brand of humour mixed in. 

Conor worked with Bridgestone Golf to create a TV advertisement which saw him go head to head with legendary golfer Tiger Woods. The advertisement which was released in 2019 saw Conor imitate Tiger with not only his golf swing but his personality too.

Conor’s two-minute sketch which came to life during the 2018 Masters went global and on the eve of the tournament, thanks to Garcia retweeting it to almost a million followers, it was picked up and played by a number of major American networks including NBC, ABC, CNN and ESPN Sports Centre. Conor has partnered with NBC Sports to bring his content to the Golf Channel and worked at the 2018 Open Championship in Carnoustie in Scotland as well as the Ryder Cup in Paris. In 2019, he worked at the Players Championship, the Arnold Palmer and at Augusta.

In 2018, Moore created a video around the Open Championship interviews which created waves across the internet gaining more than 1.66 million views on the eve of the tournament. Ahead of the Ryder Cup, Conor was personally asked by the European team to create a motivational video of impressions to be viewed exclusively behind closed doors by the European team in the team room.

Conor worked with Sky Sports News creating a variety of impressions on their now legendary ‘Transfer Deadline Day’ coverage. He was also invited to perform to a star studded audience including former England managers Sven Goran Erikson, Roy Hodgson, Sam Allardyce and Steve McClaren at the Legends of Football event in London which saw Frank Lampard honoured for his contribution to sport. Conor also joined forces with Paddy Power to create a special preview video ahead of the 2018 All Ireland Football Final. 

In November 2018, he created a video which saw Premier League personalities look forward to Derby Day on Sky Sports. The video garnered over 1.15 million views on Twitter alone. 

​In addition to his lively, comical and sharp-witted skits of the golfing world, Conor has also impersonated an array of famous names from Matthew McConaughey and Mark Walberg to Al Pacino and Michael Douglas to name but a few. Indeed, Conor’s sketches extend to the political world, sports, entertainment and beyond. 

Conor originally began his impressionist career working with Joe.ie, a news website aimed at young men in Ireland and the UK which has over 2 million unique monthly visitors. Since then, he has appeared on Virgin Media and RTÉ, while on social media, he has garnered over 60 million hits across Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

​Most recently, he has worked at a number of corporate events including for Dell and Troon.