Steen Raskopoulos is an Australian comedian, actor and improviser, best known for his live character solo sketch shows, playing John Mahogany in BBC Three's Top Coppers, Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Australia) and as one half of the award-winning improvisation duo The Bear Pack.
Steen was born in Sydney. His father is FFA Hall of Fame footballer Peter Raskopoulos and his sister is comedian and singer Jordan Raskopoulos.
He studied at the University of Sydney where he first started improvising and performed Theatresports at Manning Bar. He is the co-founder of Improv Theatre Sydney.
As of July 2019, he is dating British comedian Sara Pascoe.
Not yet established.
Raskopoulos debuted his first solo sketch show Bruce springSTEEN LIVE IN CONCERT at the 2013 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. He was nominated for Best Newcomer, and won the same award at the Sydney Comedy Festival later that year.
In 2014, he returned with a new show, I'm Wearing Two Suits Because I Mean Business.
He sold out his seasons in Melbourne, Sydney, London and Edinburgh and was nominated for the Fosters Comedy Awards Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Character Assassin earned him a Barry Award nomination for best show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Raskopoulos has starred on the sketch show This is Littleton (ABC), SlideShow (Channel 7), Legally Brown (SBS), It's a Date (ABC), The Code (ABC), Utopia (ABC), True Story with Hamish & Andy (Nine) Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Australian TV series) (Comedy Channel), Squinters (ABC), Feel Good (Netflix) and is the lead in the BBC Three sitcom Top Coppers.
|Born||3rd July, 1987|