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None of this, though, would have happened without The History Boys and the quiet encouragement of Bennett, who suggested that the cast's resident big mouth might think about writing some of his rehearsal-room banter down."It formed a lot of my writing muscles," says Corden.His co-writer on Gavin and Stacey and best friend Ruth Jones has described him, politely, as "very rollercoaster-y" – or, as Corden puts it, "like a bipolar child". He claims that he's jittery about this interview – "I get more nervous than you would ever know" – but minutes earlier, he's bowled backstage and before he's sat down, is taking me to task over a piece that I wrote three years ago about the fate of the History Boys. This time, he called him up and offered him the lead over the phone. He proposed on Christmas Day and they are getting married as soon as they can get round to it. Likewise, before that personally I'd always been very happy but professionally I'd felt somewhat creatively unfulfilled." James Kimberley Corden was born in Hillingdon, and grew up in Buckinghamshire in a "little cocoon of love", the middle child between two sisters."Both of us know we should be talking about it but we're both so tired, we don't." These days, he says, his social life consists of going home, helping out, learning lines and trying to sleep. His mother is a social worker and his father was a musician in the RAF and now sells Christian books.

Deceptively simple, Gavin and Stacey's beauty lay in its warm heart, a million brilliantly observed eccentric details, and a dream cast with Alison Steadman, Rob Brydon and Julia Davis among the supporting players.

We talk all the time." He recently asked her to be Max's godmother "It's very much a friendship first and a working relationship after that. The thought of being in a room with her again, whether that's to write Gavin and Stacey or something new, is sometimes all that spurs me on." Twelve years older than Corden, Jones also proved a "tremendous support" when the wheels, inevitably, started to come off.

Having spent almost a decade working for his big break, everything happened at once for the young actor. I don't know what dreams are when they come true – they just sort of vanish. The absolute truth is that neither of those things was good enough.

Further setting himself apart from his former classmates (Dominic Cooper and Russell Tovey, to name but two of the over-achieving young cast), Corden has carved out a lucrative, everyman television personality too.

A sort of Smithy-for-hire with his own sports quiz on Sky, he has hosted the Brit Awards twice (once with Kylie), hung out with the England squad – fishing with Terry, golf with Gerrard – for his own live World Cup panel show, recorded a Number 1 football anthem with Dizzee Rascal, and taken over from Ricky Gervais as Comic Relief's favourite go-to celebrity piss-taker.

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