This Tony Slattery clip from Whose Line? is very funny and a lovely reminder of happier times
You’ll no doubt have seen Hadley Freeman’s interview with Tony Slattery in the Guardian which went viral because it was just extraordinary and totally heartbreaking.
The last 24 hours has seen a big outpouring of love for the Whose Line Is It Anyway? regular and one clip in particular captures him in his ’90s heyday.
— Alf Garnett (@FunnyAlfGarnett) April 29, 2019
Someone – I'm so sorry, I have forgotten who – posted this yesterday and it tickled me so much I haven't been able to stop thinking about it. So now it can tickle all of you, too https://t.co/p6GV3RG5NI
— Hadley Freeman (@HadleyFreeman) April 30, 2019
Please let nice things happen now for Tony Slattery.
— Nina Stibbe (@ninastibbe) April 29, 2019
Interviews don't get much better than this. Poor sod. Hope the Gods smile on him again. https://t.co/PHGfP54ltl
— James O'Brien (@mrjamesob) April 29, 2019
Really unbearably sad interview. I hope something good happens to him. https://t.co/EVB9ZlUqJ9
— India Knight (@indiaknight) April 29, 2019
This is a hands-down brilliant bit of writing about a whoppingly talented performer who, like most of us, has his struggles. I’m so pleased Tony Slattery is back in circulation. https://t.co/s4DmOGlejs
— Jason Hazeley (@JasonHazeley) April 29, 2019
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