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William Woodard "Will" Self is an English author, journalist and television personality. Self is the author of ten novels, five collections of shorter fiction, three novellas and five collections of non-fiction writing. His work has been translated into 22 languages, and his...

Full NameWill Self
Net Worth$3 Million
Date Of BirthOctober 15, 1976
Place Of BirthLondon
Height1.73 m
ProfessionWriter, Novelist, Journalist, Author, Screenwriter, TV Personality
EducationUniversity College School, Exeter College, Oxford, Christ's College, Finchley
NationalityUnited Kingdom
SpouseDeborah Orr, Kate Chancellor
ChildrenAlexis Self, Ivan Self, Madeleine Self, Luther Self
ParentsPeter Self, Elaine Self
SiblingsJonathan Self
NicknamesWilliam Woodard Self , Will , Self, Will , William Woodard "Will" Self
AwardsBollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize, Tähtivaeltaja Award
MoviesThe North London Book of The Dead, Flytopia, Le Livre des morts de Belleville
TV ShowsGrumpy Old Men
1Drug addiction is hard to understand if you have no need to be anesthetized.
2The Whole Show might be about to hit the end of the Pier.
3[Question Time, Why can't we have panels of Experts run the NHS, instead of it being a Political Football?] Oooh! You can't have Experts! They're NOT ALLOWED ANYMORE!
4I have to say, I think the Brexiteers are living in a weird kind of: "Bring back the Birch! Bring back Bicycles! Bring back Spinsters! Bring back Two-way Family Forces Favorites!" What else are you going to bring back? Semolina?
5[Time Magazine's Man of the Year, Trump] These are not great Statesmen. They are grubby little opportunists.
6[Trump] I think it's such a paradox that Nigel Farage subscribes to the Great Man of History View when he fails so miserably in measuring up to that himself. It's not the man, it's what he Symbolises.
7The wholesome social encounter of buying a book has been reduced to a click.
8[Debate] You know what I think? I think we all just saw the Head of the Royal College of Psychiatrists do a comic turn to try and win us over.
9[London Olympics] ...boondoggle...
10[2015 Election] Freud would have called this "The Narcissism of Small Differences".
11[Death of Philip S Hoffman] The thing about opiate addiction is it appropriates a rightfully medical role, I don't mean to be trite about this, serious point, addiction comes about at the same time as the full professionalization of medicine and the elevation of medicine to our kind of modern priesthood, our kind of spiritual priesthood, so the idea that someone should appropriate this thing that only doctors are meant to do and do it to themselves is very shocking.
12The entire Culture for which the aspirant writers are being educated is winking out of existence.
13These MA Creative Writing Courses, I sat in with Cecilia and they went round the room with their work and asked for feedback. So I gave my feedback and Cecilia said "No, Will, this is the Positive Feedback Section" and I said "Cecilia, that WAS my Positive Feedback"...
14Connolly once again rose to the occasion with an apothegm: "It is closing time in the Gardens of the West!"
15Regarding drugs I say that a given drug experience might be interesting but repeating that experience over and over is pretty bloody boring.
16I think the main difficulty people have writing long form fiction is knowing that it will never be read, which is a terrible thing.
17[News of the World Phone Hacking Scandal] The reversion to type will also occur because people want to see Celebrities brought low or people in the Public Eye, there is a great popular appetite for that, not just laughing at peoples' [It's not going to change, though] It's not going to change because it's symptomatic of a kind of weird demagogic faux egalitarianism in our Culture, the kind of Big Brother Culture, the idea that anyone can be a Star but QED anyone can be dragged down from that pedestal as well.
18This whole imbroglio is epiphenomenal!
19Some of you are too young to know this, but back in the 80s authors were Gods! We were on the front of newspapers, we had groupies! It's not like that anymore.
20If a TARDIS is outside Space and Time, then you should be able to fit a bigger TARDIS inside a smaller TARDIS.
21Who says language is innate? I have to learn it anew every day...
22I've spent a lot of time in Bed & Breakfasts because my parents didn't like me growing up, but didn't have the courage to put me into care...
23I don't doubt people feel better on SSRIs, that's the paradox. They are working because of their belief, and what are they believing in? A kind of scientism and the reduction of themselves to chemical units. The very opposite of a soulful and embodied existence. No wonder so many prescriptions get written.
24When we were young it was the Balance of Payments deficit that people were worried about. The difference between the value of what we import and export. You don't hear about that any more. What you hear about now is Consumer Demand. Consumer Demand, you could have no more telling example of what our society has become, how soulless our society has become, than that it measures its moral and spiritual health on the basis of whether it is buying enough shit.
25[David Cameron called this Referendum] as a tactical measure. The irony is that the Tories have been hoisted by the petard of unforeseen consequences.
26I think this [Brexit] is a highly disruptive, wrong-headed and stupid thing to do.
27You should have an understanding for the people who feel their lives were shattered this morning.
28I called this a few weeks ago, I could see that the pollsters were not getting to Tribal Labour who nonetheless was powerfully anti-immigration and very, very uncomfortable with what they saw as "the dilution of the British national character" and it's them what won it, they came out and they couldn't be reached by the pollsters, they couldn't be called by the markets, they don't understand these people, and Dreda's right, this is the constituency that she's summoned up, but they're not the people she thinks they are, that's the problem.[Dreda Say Mitchell: What do you mean they're not the people..?] They're not the people: Oh, what's that up there in the sky! Is it a bird, is it a plane? No, it's Boris Johnson come to deliver you social justice and a more equal society!
29There's a great spreading middle-aged back end sitting on our politics and our economics at the moment.
30The point about contemporary British politics is that our voting system no longer adequately represents the diversity of political opinion, either in the Labour Party or the Tory Party. The Labour Party needs to split and so do the Tories.
1Has 2 children with present wife, a girl and a boy. The boy's name is Ivan.
2Two sons called Alexis and Luther.


Death of a Government Inspector2012Short
Playhouse Presents2012TV Series by - 1 episode
The North London Book of the Dead2011Short short story
Le livre des morts de Belleville2006Short story
Underground: Letter from an Immigrant2003Short story


The Future of Work and Death2016DocumentaryHimself
My Worst Job2016TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Europe: The Final Debate with Jeremy Paxman2016TV MovieHimself (uncredited)
How to Be Bohemian with Victoria Coren Mitchell2015TV Mini-Series documentary
Question Time2000-2015TV SeriesHimself
The Secret World of Lewis Carroll2015TV Movie documentaryHimself - Writer
Imagine2014TV Series documentaryHimself - Writer
Newsnight2014TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
This Week2005-2013TV SeriesHimself
Tales of Winter: The Art of Snow and Ice2013TV Movie documentaryHimself
A Short History of Everything Else2012TV SeriesHimself
Ballade pour une reine2012TV Movie documentary
This Green and Pleasant Land: The Story of British Landscape Painting2011TV Movie documentaryGuest
Newsnight at 302010TV Movie documentaryHimself
History of Now: The Story of the Noughties2010TV Series documentaryHimself
In Confidence2010TV Series documentaryHimself
The Noughties... Was That It?2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
The London Perambulator2009DocumentaryHimself
The Book Quiz2009TV SeriesHimself
Shooting Stars: The Inside Story2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
Have I Got News for You1997-2007TV SeriesHimself
Have I Got News for You: The Inevitable Internet Spin-Off2007TV Series shortHimself
Sunday AM2007TV SeriesHimself
Comedy Lab2007TV SeriesHimself
The Secret Life of the Motorway2007TV Series documentaryHimself - Author
Memoirs of a Cigarette2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Martians and Us2006TV Series documentaryHimself
Grumpy Old Men2003-2006TV Series documentaryHimself
Comedy Connections2006TV Series documentaryHimself
When Toby Met Julie2005TV Movie documentaryHimself
Late Review2003TV SeriesHimself - Panelist
The Importance of Being Morrissey2002TV Movie documentaryHimself
Shooting Stars2002TV SeriesHimself
Campus, le magazine de l'écrit2001TV Series documentaryHimself
Room 1012000TV SeriesHimself
Mike Leigh: The BBC Collection - The Conversation2000Video documentary shortHimself
The Conversation2000Video documentary shortHimself
This Is Not an Exit: The Fictional World of Bret Easton Ellis1999DocumentaryHimself
Human, All Too Human1999TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Novelist
Ruby1997TV SeriesHimself
Sandra After Dark1996TV SeriesHimself
The Full Wax1993TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

Have I Got News for You: The Best of the Guest Presenters - Volume 22005VideoHimself
Have I Got News for You: The Best of the Guest Presenters2003VideoHimself
The Very Best of 'Have I Got News for You'2002VideoHimself

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