I really can’t see myself in any other career, which is lovely because I don’t suppose many people can say that.
Sound is my passion - certainly my strongest one… which is why you should never let me corner you at a dinner party because I will talk your ear off.
Thanks for the question!
Official statement is out re: BBC Three. Still subject to the approval of the BBC Trust, of course… It would see the BBC saving over £50 million a year with £30 million of that going into drama on BBC One. The freed-up spectrum would be used to extend CBBC by an hour a night and to provide a BBC One +1 service.
£50m savings found for 2015/16; which means there’s another £50m to find.
I am really taken aback by this. Not once have I ever thought of my life as being even remotely in order. I suppose you folks only see what I want you to see.
Being gay was certainly an obstacle initially. I wasn’t happy about it at all. I prayed, started going to church with my grandparents and incessantly searched for ‘cures’ online. I hated myself.
Being on the spectrum also. I hardly never talk about that and feel very awkward when I do. I did start a blog post regarding it, so don’t really want to go into any detail here… I’ll try to finish it by Friday.
As for current problems, I am plagued with them, just as everyone else is… I have low self-esteem - but I’m a great actor, so it all balances out.