• Question: what did you want to be when you were little

    Asked by donlikehayden to David, James, Mike, Suze, Will on 15 Jun 2011. This question was also asked by muhammedalir, rachel4, ellierose.
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      Mike Dodd answered on 14 Jun 2011:

      Many things! They were all related to science, such as an astronaut, doctor, scientist. It wasn’t until during my GSCEs that I decided that I really enjoyed science, and wanted to become a scientist, working in a lab with my white coat and “cool” lab goggles! I don’t have the crazy hair of a scientist, but I have everything else! What about yourself?

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      James Marrow answered on 14 Jun 2011:

      Actually, a zoo-keeper

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      Suze Kundu answered on 14 Jun 2011:

      To be over 5 ft tall and married to Robbie Williams. Neither of these things have happened yet, but you never know.

      Careerwise, I had no idea. I knew that it would be something that involved logic and very little writing or drawing, as I’ve always been really terrible at anything creative. I went through phases of being something related to whatever it was that I liked most at the time (I wanted to be a football statistician for a while. No idea why. I think this was when David Beckham was cute…), but I’m really pleased that I’ve come back to a path that I love. I know that I would always be able to change if I really wanted to do something else, so everything is possible.

      What do you want to do, and has this changed over time?

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      William Eborall answered on 15 Jun 2011:

      I really wanted to be a bar tender which I was about 8, then a comedian for a few years. By the time I was in secondary school I wanted to be a doctor but decided I didn’t really like sick people which would have made that difficult 🙂

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      David Ingram answered on 15 Jun 2011:

      Loads of things, until I had a computer then I still wanted to do loads of things but only if they included computers 🙂 I even went on a Royal Navy careers trip and spent a week finding out what it would be like to be in the Navy.