Over the years I have featured on a number of podcasts and interviews so here’s a quick run down of some places you can find me.
I’ll admit, I’ve been dragging my feet a bit with submitting to this show so I was very pleased that not only did I remember the deadline, I got in a sketch! Listen out for Love in the Time of Corona in episode 4 above. I also had a one liner in Episode 5.
I LOVE this podcast and this show. Ellen Waddell runs this night in London where comedians read out their fanfiction (old and new). I had a great time sharing my Indiana Jones/Peggy Carter fanfiction and was so happy to be included in one of the first episodes of this show.
This is a lovely show hosted by the even lovelier Stephen Trumble – whom you can currently see on Comedy Central’s Pie & a Pint. Every episode Stephen and his guest discuss the meaning of a word that conveys a type of love. We discussed the word “Enchantment”, which I had a surprising amount of opinions on!
Ok so this is a bit more than a cameo! This was a 7-part drama series recorded in the gorgeous Tangerine Studios in Malmo, Sweden. I was very lucky to perform as a main character alongside Alex Lawther (End of the F*cking World) and Olga Silkina. If you’re into Neil Gaiman-esque storytelling and supporting female writers/producers then please give this a listen. It was written by the wonderful Hillevi Gustafson and premiered at the Lund Fantastik Film Festival.
Written by fellow improviser Brendan Way, this show is now in its fourth season. It follows a zombie detective in a monstrous town full of characters from horror classics. It’s voiced by an incredible cast of improvisers across the London scene and always a lot of fun to do. You can hear me with Mike (Glitch/Mike&Charlie) playing hapless security guards in “Unwrapping the Mummy Mystery” and in “The Con-Test” as the Loch Ness Monster.
Presented by Thom Tuck and starring Paul Foxcroft, Andrea Hubert, Matthew Radway and me! It was fun both performing on this and writing material for others.
Stuart Moses is the nicest man. He’s recorded over 146 interviews for the Improv London Podcast and I’m proud to have been number 56! He interviewed me before I embarked on my first solo venture and after I’d been performing improv in London for three years. A lot has changed since then but it was a lot of fun.