I still give myself the right to be highly critical of others, though.
I’ve got little ankles and a bit of a belly, so it makes me look rather an egg on legs.
With stand-up you’ve just got that one chance. Audiences can be quite fickle.
I’ve spent lots of time in London, I studied in London, I like London. It’s just not my home.
There’s a domino effect with certain things you say.
Had I become a priest, the sermons would’ve been electric!
I found popularity through self-destruction, and that can be quite addictive.
My name is Michael Pennington, and I am not a comic character.
I’ve always been looking for other people’s approval.
If you write, produce and direct, you own things and see them through to the end.
I always feel like an interloper when I do serious drama. It’s my own paranoia.