But no, I’ve just been very lucky. But I’ve worked hard, and the harder you work, the luckier you seem to get.
As you get older three things happen. The first is your memory goes, and I can’t remember the other two.
I’ve always had a sense of humour, and I still do, so I just want to go on performing as long as I can. It’s as simple as that.
I don’t know nothing about communism. But I know the Albanians loved me. Same reason as anyone else loves me. Because I made them laugh.
Well if I was going to describe my audience, it’s going to take longer than you’d ever expect, hundreds of years in fact, because there’s many of them, all over the world.
I was born in London, and went to school in Scotland – I used to be dead tired when I got home at night.
You know I’ve got a chum, a smashing mate, he’s got a dog with no legs, and he calls it a cigarette. It’s true, yeah, because at nighttime he has to take it out for a drag.
I’ve an idea for doing a Situation Comedy myself but its always difficult to get people to listen to you because they like to put their own ideas forward.
In fact, one was so booked out we went from March and were to go till November, but the pantomime was booked so they transferred the show to the Prince of Wales Theatre because it was so packed out, and it ran on from there.
Such is life and life is such and after all it isn’t much. First a cradle. Then a hearse. It might have been better, but it could have been worse.
I like consistency. If you’ve had a childhood like mine, you want some things you can rely on to stay the same.