She's a jack of all trades, master of all, and the friend you need when discussing pornography written by your friend's dad.
But what else is there to know about Alice? Well, you're in the right ruddy place to find out.
Alice Levine is a television and radio presenter, who, like most of us, started her career with BBC Radio 1 back in 2013. After a year working in the evenings, she quickly moved over to a weekend afternoon slot. As you do.
Since then, she's tried her hand at few ventures that don't involve microphone buttons.
Where else can you find Alice?
and, most importantly,
First of all, she's one third of the popular podcast, My Dad Wrote a Porno. Teaming up with old uni mates Jamie Morton and James Cooper, the trio discuss a series of badly written erotic fiction, authored by Morton's own dad. A real climax of awkward creativity. Three series' later - much like Morton's father's libido - the humor continues.
Outside of the radio sphere, Alice's musical talents have led her to host a variety of events, including BBC Three at Radio 1's Big Weekend from Derry, The Barclaycard Mercury Music Sessions, LoveBox Festival for Xbox and even our very own Red Bull Soapbox Race at Alexandra Palace. Ooo-er.
Alice is currently writing her own comedy scripts with a few leading production companies - including one project called Neighbours (not the Australian soap, because that's been on a very long time and not something we're interested in). This version was made with writing partner James Cooper and can be found on Youtube.
And if that wasn't enough for you, she even cooks. Yes. She's got the skills.
Joining up with Laura Jackson, they launched a Jackson and Levine cookbook, she has a monthly column for Company magazine, and even hosts dinner parties. But we haven't been invited yet. Hint.
Now, she's joining the Taskmaster leagues for our brand new series, to compete for Greg Davies' approval and most importantly, his golden bonce.