Robert Webb in conversation with The Lincolnite

During a special appearance in the city, Peep Show star Robert Webb told The Lincolnite of a difficult childhood in rural Lincolnshire, finding joy in performing, exploring masculinity and grief in his first book, and important lessons from a “lucky” career.

Robert’s first home was a house called Slieve Moyne in Woodhall Spa. He speaks of his ‘working class’ upbringing, with a chuckle at the mention of his ‘posh’ persona. “My two brothers and I grew up in a house where we read the Daily Mail, drove second hand cars and no one went to university. Everyone had a job but no one had a career.”

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