Ashley Storrie does a little bit of everything. She’s a comedian, writer, actor, podcaster, radio host, and viral content maker. (You may have seen her “If Game of Thrones was Scottish” or “Tanya Potter” bits before.) But now, Storrie is embarking on a brand new venture with the comedy series Dinosaur.

We sat down with Storrie to discuss her transition to multi-hyphenate co-creator-writer-lead actor in her first television series. Plus, Storrie reveals some details about her co-stars, including the actor she was instrumental in pulling into the Dinosaur family, a guest spot for a former Game of Thrones star, and which guest got the most attention on set. (Spoiler alert: everyone wanted selfies with the parrot.)

Check out our full chat with Ashley Storrie on Dinosaur below.

About Dinosaur

Dinosaur follows Nina (Storrie), an autistic woman in her 30s, who adores her life living with her sister and best friend Evie. When Evie suddenly reveals she’s engaged to her boyfriend of only six weeks, Nina is baffled and concerned about this stunning development. Even more so because she seems to be the only one; her parents immediately start helping Evie pull a wedding together. Now Nina’s left juggling Maid of Honor duties, a budding romance with the coffee van man Lee, and working while interviewing for her dream job.

The full series is streaming now on Hulu in the US. Internationally, Dinosaur airs on BBC Scotland and on BBC Three, with all episodes streaming on iPlayer.