Phil Wang is a suave dork, a confident nerd, a feminist creep and a very funny young man. We uncover his childhood being hit with sticks in Malaysia, and track his comedy odyssey via presidency of Cambridge Footlights to Have I Got News For You (BBC). We also talk about the development and shrewd positioning of his sketch outfit Daphne, and his relationship to the word 'yellow'.
Published: 13th February 2017. Length: 99 minutes. Size: 45.6mb
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