The Gavin & Stacey star has always had a tendency towards puppyish, excitable behaviour and there he was on Sunday night becoming the toast of the Tony Awards, the theatrical equivalent of the Oscars, which would be enough to send anyone a bit giddy.
The 33-year-old was the surprise winner of the best actor gong for his role in the runaway smash hit play, One Man, Two Guvnors, which has been taking Broadway by storm.
Corden with Gavin and Stacey co-stars Joanna Page, Mathew Horne and Ruth Jones Back in November 2007 Corden confirmed he was dating the actress, who has also appeared in Gavin and Stacey.
He tied the knot to his wife Julia Carey on September 15, 2012 and the couple have two children together.A few years later, the couple’s daughter, Carey, was born on October 27, 2014. Although Corden cannot make any promises that his broad will live in America permanently, he knew it was an opportunity he couldn’t pass up.Corden spoke to The Big Issue on December 21, 2015 about the long distance move and how it’s impacted his family.When the Sixties-set comedy transferred to New York from London – where Corden got thunderingly good reviews – American critics fell over themselves with superlatives but the actor had been up against tough opposition in the Tonys and was clearly shocked when his name was read out.Almost teary and a bit stuttery, Corden could only gush about how he was “overwhelmed” to be mentioned in the same breath as other nominees James Earl Jones, Frank Langella, John Lithgow and “my favourite actor in the world” Philip Seymour Hoffman.