Comedian Rob Beckett talks about his new book A Class Act to writer and presenter Emily Dean, exploring the conflict between his working-class roots in South London and the middle-class theatrical world of television and entertainment. Will he always be that fat kid who was told he’d never be a high-flyer? Why does he feel ashamed of doing anything vaguely middle class? Will he ever favour craft beer over lager? And is it ever acceptable to eat pie mash from a wooden board?
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