DiscoverMy Time CapsuleEp. 265 - Steve Steen
Ep. 265 - Steve Steen

Ep. 265 - Steve Steen

Update: 2023-02-24


Steve Steen is a comedian and actor best known for his appearances on Whose Line Is It Anyway and as a member of the world famous improvisational comedy group, The Comedy Store Players. He, for many years, worked with another of our guests, Jim Sweeney. They joined Oval House Theatre Club in 1972 where they first started doing improv together. By the 1980’s they were performing on TV in the ITV children’s show CBTV, in Little Armadillos, one of Channel 4’s first comedies and played Byron and Coleridge in Blackadder the Third. Steve also worked on Ben Elton’s comedy Happy Families and was the voice of the children’s cartoon gerbil, El Nombre. In the theatre, Steve has done three one man tours with adaptations of the works of Bill Bryson, a one man show about the American comedian, John Belushi. He played Charles Dickens at the National Theatre in Theatre of Blood and regularly performs improvisation Paul Merton’s Improv Chums and Stephen Frost’s Improvisors All Stars.

Steve Steen is guest number 265 on My Time Capsule and chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things he'd like to put in a time capsule; four he’d like to preserve and one he’d like to bury and never have to think about again .

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Ep. 265 - Steve Steen

Ep. 265 - Steve Steen