Who puts your pants in the washing machine?
Which words make you giggle or give you an inner flip of amusement?
Tell us about your favourite addictions.
My favourite addiction would be Kanye West’s ‘Addiction’ on his Last Registration album.
What’s your favourite comedy routine of all time?
Kristen Schaal is a horse.
Where is your favourite place to go for food during the Edinburgh Fringe?
I had a good steak at Ed and Charlie’s house once. [A note from Punchline – they run Underbelly]
What’s the weirdest thing an audience member has ever said to you?
Come with me if you want to live.
What have you learned about life through performing at the Fringe?
If you could be in a sketch with any two living comedians, who would they be and what would the sketch be about?
Aisling Bea and Sara Pascoe – we would be in a sketch group called ‘Oh no you di’n’t’ and our catchphrase, as you could guess would be ‘Don’t tell me what to do! How about you do the hustle!’
Tell us about a coincidence or piece of luck that led you to where you are today.
I got on the bus that I thought would drop me off at my house. Turns out it was a different bus and this different bus actually drops me closer to my house, which is where I am today.
Who are you most excited about seeing this year?
Rosie Jones, Sara Baron, Abandoman, Rhys Nicholson, Sam Campbell, Stevie Martin, Felicity Ward, Tessa Coates and Suzi Ruffell
What can you definitely advise us against doing in Edinburgh?
Trying to take Greyfriars Bobby for a walk.
Catch Steen Raskopoulos: Stay at the Underbelly at 8pm, 2 – 26 August (not 13)
The electrifying new show from the gifted character comedian and improviser. Nominated for both the prestigious Barry Award and Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer, Steen’s live shows are a ‘triple threat of performance, material and charisma. A flawless hour of comedy’ ***** (Herald). As seen on Top Coppers (BBC Three), Whose Line is it Anyway? (ABC Australia) and Steen Raskopoulos’ Scare BnB (Sky). ‘Unique and completely hilarious and life-affirming’ ***** (New European). ‘Technically astonishing and emotionally fulfilling’ ***** (List). ‘An inspired and utterly original stand-up’ **** (Sunday Times). ‘Like witnessing a talent explosion’ (Independent).