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He admitted on : “They couldn’t know me personally and I didn’t want to be trapped into creating the illusion that they could – an illusion that might subsequently be shattered if I was caught on film strangling a cat.” Even though he still doesn’t drive, didn’t have a credit card until he was well in his 30s and his haircut hasn’t changed since school, it wasn’t just a bad case of arrested development. Trying to distract and console himself from the fact he didn’t have a private life at all. He still lived in the dump in Kilburn because to move to a more luxurious house would be a sign of moving on without her.
“I didn’t want to change any major aspect of my existence on my own,” he writes. “I couldn’t shake the cheesy thought that it was meant to be.” He clung to the hope that it had been a “reluctant” brush-off. Their wedding, in November 2012, made front pages all over Britain.
Something in your brain goes, ‘Oh, hang on, there is a thing here. ’ And for me the funny side is often what might be the counterintuitive or the annoying side. And that sitting in front of computers all day now will herald heart disease in later life.He is shy and can be modest, he says, but he is still up there standing on that stage or in front of those cameras.Mitchell knows some people think he is a “posh twat” because he went to Cambridge, but says this is unfair.By the time he reached his mid-30s David Mitchell had never really had a girlfriend.
He was one of the most successful and ubiquitous comedians on British television, but he was still living like a student in a shared former council flat in Kilburn, north-west London.He grew up in Oxford but his parents were lecturers in hotel management at the local polytechnic who “scrimped and saved” to send him to the “minor public school” Abingdon.