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- There is no more terrible fate for a comedian than to be taken seriously.
- My Life as Me: A Memoir (2002)
- Although there were many who did the dirty on him in the envious world of letters, Stephen* never let any of them live rent-free in his brain.
- My Life as Me: A Memoir
- And so I set these things down before the onset of the first of a thousand small physical degradations as, in a still-distant suburb, Death strides whistling towards me.
- My Life as Me: A Memoir (closing line)
About Barry Humphries
- He would have been a handful in any society. He is a misfit and fully conscious of it. The punctilio of his old-world manners, the dandified scrupulosity of his Savile Row suits, are compelled by an unsleeping awareness that he has no more business among ordinary human beings than a Venusian.