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I wouldn't want to be a part of something that has gone off the boil a bit and isn't as good as the last series. Yes, because I think that, if my body had changed, then I wouldn't have played the roles I have played, and I'd be put in a slightly different bracket. I'd have to be 100 per cent sure that the girl I had a child with was good-looking.
I have confidence enough in my own ability to go on and do something else. ' [a Catherine Tate catchphrase] to me out of a car window while I was walking across a road. So I do feel slightly under pressure to maintain a look. I'm a Spurs fan and he's a massive Catherine Tate fan. She's lovely, though I sat next to her at a film premiere and she talked all the way through, which was really annoying. You can never tell because you don't know what's going on while it's being fermented.
In 2007 he starred in the BBC sitcom Roman's Empire and in November that year appeared in comedy sketches in The Kylie Show on ITV1 alongside Kylie Minogue, playing her assistant.
From 2007 to 2010 he starred in the double BAFTA winning series Gavin & Stacey as main character Gavin Shipman, a kind-hearted young man who meets up with a girl he meets through their work phone calls and falls in love with her.
is something very different to what other people see when they look at me.
Right now, it's a little utility-style jacket made by a label called Folk, which all the boys seem to be wearing in London at the moment. a pair of grey pinstripe Vivienne Westwood trousers, which I bought after a messy break-up.
My father, Brian, was the manager of a lace factory in Nottingham.
My mother, Glenis, was a nursery nurse, and ended up working as a special-needs' class assistant.
Horne’s been the comic foil to James Corden’s wisecracking Smithy in Gavin and Stacey, and to the deliciously actor,” he says.
It led to a part written especially for him in black comedy Teachers, to some Agatha Christie suspiciousness in ITV’s Miss Marple, and to Gavin and Stacey.
With Corden, he’s also co-written a sketch show, co-hosted the 2009 Brit Awards and co-starred in a film.
By his own admission, Mathew Horne isn’t a big sleeper.
By the time most of have arisen, bleary-eyed, he’s often been awake for several hours, getting things done.