Pat Sharp on mullets with Diana, boredom and Chris Tarrant’s glamorous car port

Most of you will know me from Fun House. But I’ve loads of tales to tell, so I’ve written my autobiography.

Just in time for a pandemic that stops people going to the book shop. Story of my life! 

I’ve been asked to write a book a few times over the years, but it wasn’t until I neared my 60th that the idea really took hold.

I’ve done the dodgy haircut and the sports cars, so with a book my midlife crisis is complete. 

They always say boxers’ books are the funniest because they’re full of punchlines.

But I’ve filled mine with fun. Well, Fun House at least!

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A night I’ll never forget is when I met Princess Di. I’ll forgive you if you can’t fathom who’s who in this snap – her 1980s “do” was almost as famous as my mullet. 

I’ve never been able to shake that hair-do and I wouldn’t want to. 

As they say, a man with a mullet walks into a bar and the bartender says: “The party’s in the back.”

Welcome to the party!

Sheen so good as Tarrant, family thought he was Chris

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Ahead of the latest lockdown we were invited to millionaire Chris Tarrant’s for a lunch – outside in his glamorous carport! Covid’s been a real leveller, eh? 

Monica and I had the best time with Chris and Jane, mostly discussing Quiz, the TV drama where Chris was brilliantly portrayed by Michael Sheen, right, in the tale of the Coughing Major on Millionaire. 

Chris happened to mention that one of his grandchildren actually said, “There’s Grandpa” when the show was on the telly, because the portrayal of him was so lifelike. 

Even the Tiswas star had to admit he wasn’t sure if it was Sheen or himself.

He’d have to phone a friend!

Boredom meant a Rick Astley game, well you know the rules…

Boredom has seen us reaching for board games at home. 

We grew tired of the classics so we tried to play the new Rick Astley one – Trouble.

The instructions just said: “You know the rules, and so do I!”

My show actually spawned its own board game – but it didn’t take off as Hasbro really has the Monopoly.

Still, telling Fun House’s famous twins apart was enough of a losing game for me.

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