While the 32-year-old actor - who played the male lead in the BBC One comedy opposite Joanna Page - has previously said a big screen adaptation of the…Mathew Horne thinks a 'Gavin and Stacey' movie is a "bad idea".Matthew has led national innovation programmes for the NHS and local authorities.He has also designed new solutions with and for families with very young children, and his research has covered education, early years, and child poverty.Mathew Horne wants to star in another series of 'Gavin and Stacey'.The 35-year-old actor would love to reprise his role as Gavin Shipman in the BBC sitcom - which was created by and starred James Corden and Ruth Jones - but admits it would be a…Morgan told Corden: "We asked him to take part in this programme, and he chose not to."Corden, appearing slightly shaken, responded: "I didn't know that," before adding, "But I can understand why."Because it's a hard time to talk about.
Mathew Horne is pleased to see the back of 'Gavin and Stacey'.
The British actor - who played Gavin Shipman in the BBC comedy series - thinks the show ended at the right time, as it has given him the freedom to leave comedy behind and develop his…
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Matthew currently leads our contribution to the Children’s Social Care Innovation Programme for the Department for Education – a multi-million pound programme to revolutionise children’s social care.
Matthew is also part of the team working with Wigan to transform their children’s social care system, and with Doncaster working to reduce demand on tier 4 services.