Teddy has been performing stand-up comedy since the tender age of 18, having started at The Stand in Edinburgh's workshops in 1998.
Since then he's gigged regularly across Scotland and the UK, and his comedy writing skills have seen him work as writer or script-editor on various television and radio shows across BBC1, Channel 4, BBC Radio 5 and BBC Radio Scotland.
Hailing from Fife but having lived in Edinburgh, he now calls Glasgow home. His style can range from one-liners to storytelling and from the ad-libbed to sharply constructed topical gags.
He can be heard regularly on BBC Radio Scotland's Fred MacAulay & Co show and evidence of his prolific gag-writing can be found on his Twitterfeed.
'brilliant Scottish comic' Kate Copstick, Scotland on Sunday
'there are few of his Scottish-based contemporaries that can spin the same high standard of punchlines' Brian Donaldson, Scotland on Sunday
'has flourished...cracking lines' Jay Richardson, Scotsman
'head, shoulders, knees and toes above the rest...mighty stage presence and impressively high punchline ratio' Brian Donaldson, Scotsman
'a class act' Steve Bennett, Chortle