Comedian and Inbetweeners star Greg Davies revealed some of his personal habits at a charity ‘cash for questions’ event at The Lansdowne in Leicester.

Greg had earlier hosted a comedy night with his stand-up friends at De Montfort Hall in aid of the Stroke Association charity as part of the Leicester Comedy Festival.

At a private party at The Lansdowne in London Road, Greg kindly agreed to take part in a ‘cash for questions’ event to add a little more to the charity total.

After challenging the audience with ‘you can’t ask me anything I won’t answer’, the comedian happily told all about some of his preferences and routines.

Revelations included that he had little idea of how to make a bun, he hates to sleep naked – preferring to wear ‘a simple pair of pants in bed’ – and that he would chose the Proud Salopian as his wrestling name, because he’s originally from Shropshire.

He also told guests that ‘it would be an act of madness to have toast with just jam and no butter’.

“We were delighted to host Greg’s after-show party at The Lansdowne following the De Montfort Hall gig, and pleased that we had a chance to add to the charity efforts of the evening in aid of the Stroke Association by staging a quick cash for questions event,” said Kate Owen, general manager at The Lansdowne.

“Greg was an absolute gent.”

Greg, who as well as being a stand-up comic is an actor, famously starring as Mr Gilbert in the Channel 4 series The Inbetweeners and last year’s Inbetweeners film, said: “I’ve done several interviews, a hundred interviews, in the last 18 months and that was one of my favourites.”

He earlier appeared with Rhod Gilbert, Ed Gamble, Russell Howard, Joe Lycett, and Mark Olver at the De Montfort Hall gig, which was part of Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival at venues across the city.

Links to the full interview are available on The Lansdowne’s twitter @LansdowneLeices

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