I hope people think of me as a bit older. I do have a beard. That makes me look very old.
I did a gig at a comedy club in Bournemouth where they served a buffet while the acts were on. There was the clang of people carving turkey during the set. If you put comedy and turkey side by side, turkey always wins.
I think people respect honesty rather than hiding it.
There's a real sense of camaraderie with sitcoms.
When I was younger, I was insecure for about 10 years: I wore glasses, had a cow's lick, buck teeth and braces. I looked ridiculous.
If I could look like anyone, it would be Jamie Redknapp - even up close, he's amazing.
I like to think I'm a bit smarter than I sometimes let on.
I acted at school but got very bad parts - things that they'd made up in Shakespeare plays like 'Guard 17' - so I wrote plays and gave myself parts, then I wrote sketches, then I did stand-up. Even in the school nativity I was the emu in the manger.
When I'm on stage, I'm quite over the top - I'm quite flamboyant and camp.
I never know what defines you as being posh. I went to a posh school, definitely.
I want to write a film. I need to think of the right idea and focus on that; I love writing.
I'm not actually posh; I'm really rough and from the wrong side of the tracks. I grew up in Putney, which is pretty rough.
If I'm in an uncomfortable situation, I think I can say something funny to defuse it. Sometimes you can't.
My dad doesn't hug me enough!
Part of doing stand-up is to get things off your chest. It's a bit like being in a psychiatrist's chair - but more enjoyable.
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