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Tim Minchin

Practising empathy, kindness and handstands keep the songwriter, comedian, actor and musician enjoying life

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I find my headspace with exercise and music. When my animated film was cancelled last year, I was at a real low point. I stopped drinking and exercised more. In my 20s, when I wasn’t getting anywhere with my comedy, I used to go running; it’s me asking myself, ‘Are you going to crumble, or are you going to do something about it?’

Comedy comes from people wishing that they had said the ‘right’ thing at the time, but didn’t; my book, Storm (Orion, £14.99), and film are about holding ideas to account, evolved from those discussions.

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