James Corden biography

"May I have your attention please"

A bit about James Corden.

James Kimberley Corden is an English actor,born in Buckinghamshire ,he is a comedian, television comedy writer,most famously know for co producing BBC comedy Gavin and Stacey for which he won a BAFTA television award for "best comedy performance."James Corden also has a soft spot for football although he doesn't look like the sporting type as he discribes himself as the chunky unit, he is a West Ham fan. James has shot sketches with people such as: David Beckham, Frank Lampard, the whole Manchester United team and peter crouch. he is also well know for making a song for the 2010 world cup with Dizzee Rascal with the No.1 single shout. In 2011 he attracted international attention as the lead in the award-winning comedy One man Two Governors, in the West End.He has two sisters, James Corden got married last weekend to Julia Carey and they already have a son called Max.

"A League Of Their Own"

This is James Cordens television show were he has guests such as : Freddie Flintoff, Jack Whitehall, Jermaine Defoe, Jamie Redknapp, John Bishop and many more this show is on every week and they have new guests who have to answer various sporting questions, a sporting challenge and a good laugh on the show, he made this show because James' love for sport.

A precies on his biography

As far back as he can remember James Corden has only ever wanted to be in one place on stage in front of an audience doing something to make you cry, shout, scream or giggle. whether it's entertaining the baptising croud at his baby sister's christening at the age of four, clowning around in class, or Sports Relief sketches .

But it wasn't that easy getting there. Growing up, his dad would drive him up and down to London for auditions, sometimes three or four times a week, only to be met with constant rejections. All the things he failed from forming his own pop group, attempted shoplifting, or the endless detentions he'd get from being noisy or distracting didn't put him off. He knew where he wanted to be and he'd keep on trying until he got there.

His book tells us stuff From his time as one of the founding players of his school's first ever rugby team to nationwide fame as the loveably loud Smithy in the award-winning Gavin and Stacey, this is a tenderly and very funnily told story of what it's like to try, try and try again and get there in the end.

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By Max Edwards