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The author, comedian and Peep Show star joined us to answer your questions in a live webchat – from comedy to food via why she’d love to star in Batman, catch up with her answers here
Huge thanks to Isy and to everyone who submitted questions. Until next time!
Thanks for all your questions, especially the one that suggests I could have a role in Batman. If you need touring and book information, go to isysuttie.com. I'm off to eat some Thai green chicken curry.
If you got a dozen top lads from Matlock and I rounded up a dozen “faces” from Darley Dale, who’d win the resultant “off”?
I guess it would have to take place on Bakewell Road, halfway between Darley Dale and Matlock. And I'm going to say Matlock would win, because it's the best place in the universe. »
- Guardian Staff
The comedian on her teenage crushes, saying goodbye to Peep Show’s Dobby, and how reading in bed is the new partying
Your memoir The Actual One is about your 20s. Are you very different now to the way you were at that time of your life?
I used to live my life in extremes: I wouldn’t just get drunk, I’d get absolutely wasted; I couldn’t just go for a walk around the block, I’d walk into the West End which would take an hour and a half. Over time, that’s smoothed itself off as I’ve become more happy.
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- Interview by Paul Fleckney
If I ever had a problem with Peep Show, it is that the characters aren’t particularly nice people. They like to think they are, particularly Mark (David Mitchell) with his snobbish selfish view on life and Jeremy (Robert Webb) …who is just Jeremy. In the end for me it’s the people like Super Hans (Matt King) who end up being more likable because he knows who he is, and just doesn’t give a damn.
Peep Show is a show that is built of uncomfortable humour based on the actions of a group of idiots, with the fact that the camera angles come from the actor’s viewpoints making it a little different than usual comedy shows. We get to hear their inner thoughts and get more of an insight into their actions. Whether you like the characters or not, this does make for interesting television.
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- Paul Metcalf
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