From Peep Show to Mitchell and Webb, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Cold Feet, Robert Webb’s screen achievements as a creator, writer and actor have seen him become one of the most recognisable and best-loved faces in British comedy. How Not To Be a Boy is the actor and author’s frank memoir, about a life shadowed by his tempestuous father and the early death of his mother. It’s also a refreshing rumination on masculinity. In this wide-ranging conversation with Noelle McCarthy he talks about his life and work, and the way in which concepts of family and fatherhood continue to evolve.
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