When Olivia Colman made her acceptance speech at the BAFTA's last night she mentioned Paul Hands.He was her drama teacher when she was in the sixth form at Gresham's School at Holt in Norfolk when the young Olivia was known as Sarah as she studied for her 'A' Levels.
He came into ITV Anglia to share his memories of the country's latest television superstar
Norfolk-born acress, Olivia Colman, went home with two BAFTAs last night. She won Best Supporting Actress and Best Female Comedy Performance.
The 39-year-old was recognised for her work in the BBC Comedy Twenty Twelve, and for her role in the BBC Drama Accused (Mo's Story).