Cornell was a young hippie, a new mod, a plastic punk, a new-romantic, a new-waver and
now proudly calls himself newly middle aged. Considering life to always have been better in
the 70’s and 80’s he finds his cell-phone too big and heavy and hates all tv series so much
that he wants to smash his TV (much as a rock star in the 70’s would have) except TV’s don’t
explode anymore when you do that...and they’re a whole lot more expensive to replace.
Having smoked too much in his teens, drunk too much in his 20’s and 30’s and now with a
newly found passion for fitness, his early life disregard for health combined with his later life
fitness fad have given him the voice of a smooth, smouldering hunk and the body of a
middle aged man who smoked and drank too much in his early life! Narrating audiobooks
has shown Cornell that life in the modern world can be better than good and he has found a
peace in telling stories. His daughter and life-partner (children of the 70’s don’t get
‘married’) are very patient and much cleverer than he is.