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Background info:
Real name Ross Craig, the name Teddy came at school for being chubby. He was born in Dunfermline in 1979, raised there. Gained an MA in History (Hons) from Edinburgh University. In his first year at University, at the tender age of 18, he began attending comedy workshops run by The Stand Comedy Club and has been performing stand-up gigs ever since. Joined The Comedy Unit production company in 2005 and worked there for two years as writer, broadcaster, script editor, and producer before spreading his wings as a freelancer.

Teddy’s comedy style has evolved through a number of styles over the years, initially self-deprecating, then moving onto edgier comic topics. His current style incorporates true life stories and topical gags weaved together in a darkly comic fashion.

Stand-up Competitions:
Semi Finalist BBC New Comedy Awards 2001 (BBC Choice)
Semi Finalist BBC New Comedy Awards 2003 (BBC3)
Finalist Laughing Horse Comedy Competition 2003
Finalist Scottish Comedian of the Year 2007
Runner-up Scottish Comedian of the Year 2008
Runner-up Scottish Comedian of the Year 2009

Stand-up Quotes: as himself
“Head, shoulders, knees and toes above the rest…mighty stage presence and impressively high punchline ratio” Brian Donaldson, Scotsman
“freshly minted topical gags…pin-sharp lines…great routine…a class act” Steve Bennett, Chortle.co.uk
“expertly orated…the skill of a talented, thoughtful humourist” The Skinny
“Strong material and well timed delivery” Jason Hall, Edinburgh Evening News
 “A truly original approach to comedy” Sharon Cribbin, Edinburgh Evening News
“Bitter, utterly heartfelt…impressive” Metro
“quite brilliantly funny” Rory Ford, Edinburgh Evening News
 “Making the leap with cheek and charm ****” The List
“wit and gags at his fingertips” Chloe Smith, Chortle.co.uk
very, very funny” one4review.com
has flourished…cracking lines” Jay Richardson, Scotsman