The comedian, 42, on cheap shoes, law degree shaming, meeting The Edge and being from Ipswich
I wasn’t especially angry as a teenager, unless I was battling injustice. Then I’d lose my temper a little bit. But other than the righteous, smiting anger I saved for protecting the underprivileged, I kept things on a pretty even keel.
I view myself as an Ipswichian. As an Ipswichian, I was grateful for what I had: easy access to reasonably priced, non-branded footwear; very few hills and a sense that any smugness about one’s circumstances was inappropriate.