Interview: Alan Davies

By Diana Wichtel In Comedy, Television

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21st December, 2012
He looks so good-natured and, well, cuddly. And yet there has been the odd incident over the years that makes his life sound like a mockumentary by Ricky Gervais. It’s not surprising it has taken him until he is 46 and a father himself to be able to see the funny side. He’s done some therapy. He has the secure base now of a family of his own. Perhaps this allows him finally to address in his comedy the past. The pain of life. ...

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