This paper people is Isy Suttie [Official Website], an English stand up comedian, actress, writer and musician, the papercraft is designed by sally. She is best known for playing the role of Dobby in the British sitcom Peep Show.
Isy trained as an actress at the Guildford School of Acting, graduating in 2000. She began performing stand up comedy in 2003 and her act normally consists of music, stand up and stories, either as herself or under the guise of a character.
BBC Radio writing and performing work includes The Mitch Benn Music Show, Tilt; Out to Lunch BBC Radio 2; The Milk Run BBC Radio 1; The Now Show, The Alternative Women's Institute, Four on the Floor, Danny Robins Music Therapy, Laurence & Gus: Hearts & Minds and Sarah Millican's Support Group, "Charlie Brooker's So Wrong It's Right" and "Pearl and Dave". For series 3 and 4, she wrote for the popular teenage drama Skins under the guise of "comedy consultant".
At the 2005 Edinburgh Fringe, Suttie was one of the acts in stand-up showcase The Comedy Zone. In 2006, she acted in Danielle Ward's Take-a-Break Tales at the Pleasance with Neil Edmond and Emma Fryer. In 2007, she performed her debut solo stand-up show, Love Lost in the British Retail Industry, which she took to Sydney Arts Festival and on a UK tour in 2010-11, and in 2008 her second solo Edinburgh show The Suttie Show. She played psycho killer Sorrow in the revival of Danielle Ward and Martin White's cult musical Gutted at the Leicester Square Theatre for two performances in February and March 2011. She took her third solo stand-up show, "Pearl and Dave", to Edinburgh in August 2011. "Pearl and Dave" was picked by BBC Radio 4 to be one of four broadcast pilots of Edinburgh shows from 2011, alongside Thom Tuck, Chris Ramsey and John Peel's Shed, and was broadcast in January 2012, followed by a UK tour.
An accomplished musician, Suttie composed and directed the score for Marat/Sade at the Arcola Theatre, London in 2001. She occasionally duets with folk musician Gavin Osborn and supported Jim Bob on tour in 2010.
Suttie was nominated for Best Female Newcomer at the 2008 British Comedy Awards and Female Breakthrough Artist at the 2011 British Comedy Awards. She was nominated for Funniest Woman in the 2010 Loaded magazine's Lafta Awards, which she won in 2011. She was nominated again in 2012. She was regional winner of the Daily Telegraph Young Jazz Competition for composition, winner of the Julian Slade Songwriting Competition and Chortle Awards best newcomer nominee.
In July 2009, Suttie appeared on the panel game 8 Out of 10 Cats and in 2011 she appeared alongside Simon Evans and Dave Gorman in "Dave's One Night Stand". In 2011, she appeared in "Improvisation My Dear Mark Watson" alongside Mark Watson, Josie Long, Rufus Hound, Colin Hoult, Stephen K Amos and Charlie Baker.
She provides the voices for BBC1's Walk on the Wild Side in addition to voicing the character of Josie The Dog in Kristen Schaal and Kurt Braunohler's Penelope Princess of Pets. She provides voices for children's series Octonauts. She played a waitress called Kiki alongside Alan Davies in BBC2's Whites, which aired in autumn 2010.
She has also made TV appearances in Holby City, as Mary Shelley in The Trouble With Love, as various characters in The Incredible Will and Greg, as Lianne in Rab C Nesbitt as a judge in "Genie In The House" and as a nurse in two episodes of "Skins". In March 2012, she appeared in the fifth episode of the second series of White Van Man, They Think It's All Over.
She has also been on the UK team for the monthly podcast 'International Waters', hosted by Jesse Thorn of maximumfun.org. She appeared on Episode 2 at the end of March 2012, alongside Dan Antopolski. She was cast as IT geek Dobby in "Peep Show" in 2008.