I don't really like talking about myself. I don't find it very interesting - I prefer finding out about other people. Maybe this is an unhelpfully frank explanation, but I already know about myself in the main, so getting to know about other people is more rewarding.
Because I accept I'm an 'unreliable narrator', how about I try you with the fact that several people have suggested I am "like a young Stephen Fry". There are some differences I'd want to highlight - not being gay, not having bi-polar disorder, never having worked with Hugh Laurie - but I'm not sure you go too wildly wrong if you have that in mind. I'm not as posh, but equally it's fair to say that I'm nowhere near as charming either!
Since I'm a bit short on photos including me, to make a rough stab at my appearance I'm also told I look a bit like Dom Jolly. I'm willing to accept that as long we're not recalling that show he made dressed as Tintin.
To round this up as a trilogy, I was chatting to a supermarket security guard the other day. Although English wasn't his first language, we relatively quickly established he was trying to say I look "like a fat Russell Crowe". Which was nice.
Er, I'm also not as obsessed with comparing myself to celebrities as the last 3 paragraphs would suggest. Maybe you see why I don't like talking about myself now ...
Finally, apparently I enjoy doing psychometric tests: being told what I am like. If you dig Myers-Briggs, I understand I'm a fairly typical "INFJ". What more can I say?