I liked Pat Cash, and I loved Mats Wilander. I went to the Australian Open with my parents, and I used to watch Wilander being cheered on by the Swedish fans, and with his game style being like mine, I drew comparisons with him.
I was educated at King's College, Taunton and went to the University of Cambridge in 1942.
I've been tremendously lucky. I went through things that turned out wrong, and I got myself out of them.
I think psychology and self-reflection is one of the major catastrophes of the twentieth century.
The damage done in one year can sometimes take ten or twenty years to repair.
The second stage set in ten or fifteen days after the bombing. Its first symptom was falling hair. Diarrhea and fever, which in some cases went as high as 106, came next.
By the time I was a teenager, when I went outside the house, it was about hip-hop all the time. Nothing but hip-hop, block parties.
I went to Second City, where you learned to make the other actor look good so you looked good and National Lampoon, where you had to create everything out of nothing, and SNL, where you couldn't make any mistakes, and you learned what collaboration was.
Listen, I wish economic growth only went in one direction. It doesn't. There are economic downturns. They're painful, they're harmful, and they hurt families.
I think, for the majority of my twenties, I was always so concerned with what I didn't have, or what I still wanted.
I was just restless with being in school; so I went out to Los Angeles.
When I was a boy, one of my uncles had a cabin on a lake in Wisconsin. My family went there for parts of three summers, and I loved it!
Then I went to radio with Sinatra and I watched that disappear.
That was probably the stamp that went into my mind, because I worked in television for many years, doing that kind of music, so that really was my strong forte.
And then I went into television; and then television moved from the East Coast to Hollywood.
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