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Then, in your twenties and thirties, you’re like, OK, if I can’t have all that, then I’ll settle for a decent health service and the right to recycle my household waste.
At 68, you’re railing against the bloody traffic when you’re trying to cross the road.
But it’s not so much that I seek it, because I’m sure I could go and buy a load of tapes and books from the self-help section of Borders and train myself to acquire it.
And never mind that he’s sitting somewhere near the pinnacle of his career, having swapped the various upper-class twits he embodied in Blackadder and Jeeves and Wooster for Hollywood superstardom as the brilliant, pill-popping, misanthropic diagnostician in House – a role that’s brought him three Emmy nominations, two Golden Globes, a conservatively estimated £250,000 an episode, and a recognition factor rivalling that of Oprah or Jay Leno.This, thankfully, makes his relationship with his wife of 20 years, theatre administrator Jo Green, and their three children, Charlie, 21, Bill, 18, and Rebecca, 16 – who had all remained in the family home in north London – less long-distance during his nine-month shooting stints on House. ‘Yes, which is why I’m surprised to have taken to it,’ he says, rubbing his stubble.‘The truest expression of Presbyterianism is rain and cold – slate-grey brooding skies – and I imagined that would be the kind of environment in which I’d live out my days, pulling on slightly damp Fair Isle sweaters.At 88, it’s probably, oh s---, the f------ handle’s come off the flush.One’s concerns shrivel right down.’ He assumes a Lord Percy-style quizzical air.