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He spent most of his youth skateboarding around his local car parks and started his first band as early as 15 years old where they would rehearse in the garage of his friend's dad's house.
The band would also play gigs in and around his local area to any publican that would turn a blind eye to the fact that they were all under age.
, a film based on the best-selling novel by David Nicholls, also starring Anne Hathaway.
It follows the relationship of two best friends—Dexter Mayhew and Emma Morley—on the same date over 20 years.
So much so, that since its publication in 2009, word of mouth and critical acclaim have led it to be published in 31 countries and become the bestselling British novel of 2010. They meet on July 15 (St Swithin's Day) 1988, during an evening of drunken partying on their final night at Edinburgh University, have a sort of one-night stand and vow to stay in touch.
And so the book does, too, dropping in on their lives every July 15.
Some of the irresponsible stuff he gets into is certainly something I think a lot of people have been through.
The novel One Day is a book that people like to give to their friends. Written by David Nicholls, One Day is essentially a love story between two friends, Emma Morley and Dexter Mayhew, which unfolds over the course of 20 years.It charts their careers – Emma, an idealist with dreams of being a writer, initially struggles in the backwaters, working in a Tex Mex restaurant while composing bad poetry in her spare time, before becoming a teacher and finally a successful writer of children's novels.Dexter, meanwhile, goes travelling, then falls into tele-vision and finds dubious celebrity presenting vapid youth programmes, but soon spirals into the hinterland of cable gaming shows, relying on drugs and alcohol to prop him up.And it charts their emotional lives: Emma longs for Dexter but finds herself living with a man she doesn't love, a failed comedian called Ian, while Dexter keeps his feelings for Emma at arm's length and instead moves between conquests before marrying Sylvie, an ice blonde from the Home Counties.Nicholls describes the book as 'a redemption story.