I love a challenge, and I think it's when people least expect you to do something that you often do your best.
I don't see the point in being bitter.
What I said to my family is, 'Our history is our own. Let people write what they want, we know who we are.'
You judge people as you meet them.
Once I got in the public eye there was no going back.
I can never go to a clairvoyant. I'd be too afraid of what they might tap into.
I don't think that money makes you any better brought up than I was.
I'm a proper mummy's boy.
I've always wanted to act.
I grew up in Manchester in a big Irish family - there are seven of us in all - so my life has always been about role-playing, about doing anything for a laugh. I'm always joking about; that's the way I am.
If somebody tells me I'm famous I say, 'I'm not.' I can't see myself as famous and I don't think I'll ever call myself famous. I definitely don't feel famous.
Children are so precious.
Have you any idea what it's like to live under the same roof as four women? Armageddon is the best word for it.
I love to write poetry.
I put my money in property and I love merchandise; such as Muhammad Ali boxing gloves. It's about stability for the future.
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