Luke Pasqualino interview: What matters to me

What's the best bit on your personality CV?My humour – so I've been told. I act like a bit of a fool and people find it funny.

And the worst?

I can be quite impatient. For example, I was waiting in a queue the other day for about 15 minutes when there was just one person in front of me. That really took the biscuit.

What are your earliest memories?

I remember everyone in my nursery school class getting a carton of milk before the day started. Only, I got mine about 20 minutes later than everyone else because it had to be kept on the radiator for a short while. I liked warm milk when I was small.

Describe yourself as food/car/drink.

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Car – probably a Ferrari, because I'm quite high maintenance. Food – a salad, because what you see is what you get. Drink – a freshly squeezed orange juice. No added anything, I'm pure!

How do you stay in love?

I wouldn't let anyone say a bad word about Cheryl Cole.

What keeps you up at night?

I'm not telling you … wink, wink. Let's just say I always go to bed early.

Who or what makes you laugh?

All of my best friends and cousins – they have me in stitches all the time. However, if we're talking famous comedians, then it has to be Jimmy Carr.

Who's your biggest influence?

There are too many to name just one.

What object would you save in a fire?

My special memory box.

What was your life's main turning point?

Definitely getting the part of Freddie in Skins.

Who would play you in a film of your life?

Jude Law. He is my favourite British actor and gained that title when I watched the remake of Alfie.

Which song is the soundtrack to your life?

Leona Lewis – A Moment Like This. It's cheesy, I know.

If you could meet any famous person who would it be, and why?

That's a tough question, but it'd have to be Johnny Depp. I love everything he brings to a performance and his versatility in acting never ceases to amaze me.

Perfect Sunday?

I'd lie in until about 11am. Then there'd be lunch with all the family. Afterwards, we'd have a pool tournament at my cousin's house, followed by a cup of tea and an Only Fools and Horses double bill. Then, a rendezvous with my friends before I go back to work on Monday.

• Luke Pasqualino stars in the new series of Skins on E4, Thursday nights at 10pm.