Lenny Henry: I do wish I had stood up to racism more

As his memoir is published, Sir Lenny Henry talks to Hannah Stephenson about racism, the pressures of fame, and his fears for today's young wannabes

Sir Lenny Henry – the amount of memory mining involved in writing a memoir is like exhuming bodies
WHEN a 16-year-old Lenny Henry won the talent show New Faces in 1975 with his comic impersonations of Frank Spencer and Tommy Cooper, he couldn't have imagined he'd go on to be an award-winnin[...]

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