The first time I came on, I came on and I got a laugh and I thought that was funny. I hadn’t said anything yet, and I didn’t realize my flies were undone. I always remembered that laugh. I was so happy to get the laugh. It felt fabulous. And I remember my first little part in the youth club was in R.U.R, which was a famous play about robots called Rossum’s Universal Robots, and I played a robot, and it said, “Expressionless, emotionless person Michael Caine was perfect.” Not Michael Caine, Maurice Micklewhite! I was only 12.