2004 West End Theatre: Endgame by Samuel Beckett, Albery Theatre, London. Played Clov opposite Sir Michael Gambon playing Hamm.
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5' 9" (1.75 m)
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I started doing physical comedy, because I was like a moving target. You know what British audiences are like - 'he's shit, kill him!' My upbringing taught me to keep moving.
Says that character 'Malcolm' often refered to in stand-up shows (the man who seems to always work in different jobs like outside McDonalds and as a trolley collector) was created based on a man he saw in a service station. He was a man cleaning the floor with a v-mop he describes the man as looking like 'a lobotomy patient wearing skis on a pebble beach at high tide'.
Sweat and energy - his stand-up routines are so manic that his suits last barely a couple of dates. Only stage props are a towel and occasionally a microphone stand.