Whenever I am asleep and my mind starts wandering, I wake up. I love it: it's a tight fit, makes my arms look muscley, and it looks worn even though it's new. In the second episode my character went clubbing in a white thong, silver chaps and a full-length fur coat.
She doesn't need any other presents because she's got all she needs in me - it's like the sun rising every day. My mother was a nurse and my father was a carpenter. It wasn't much but it was always warm with a good food smell when you walked in the door. was a two-bed house on a council estate in west London. I'll have a drink now and again but getting drunk is not something I've ever wanted a part of. It was a series of monologues on stage featuring the likes of Keira Knightley and Colin Firth. Pack a raincoat at all times and go to the theatre to see a good play. I'm a man's man, so once a year I go to Selfridges and buy two pairs of Evisu jeans and a few retro T-shirts to last me the year. Going to the Notting Hill Carnival when I was really young dressed as a palm tree with a golden stump. Probably to get down on my knees and propose on Park Lane. I'm not really label orientated but sometimes a plain one with a slogan like 'If you think I'm cute you should see my son'. If I'm filming, I go to the 24-hour Tesco down the road really early in the morning to pick up doughnuts for the crew. I used to go there with my girlfriend when I lived in Ladbroke Grove. I was born and raised in the area so I went from the age of four. How would you like the opening line of your obituary to read? With titles like that it sounds like I'm some sort of porn star. It's got to be Oxford Street for Game, to see what's out on the PS3, or Regent Street for the Apple Store.