Danny has also written a book about being a "non-essential worker" in lockdown. A candid look at life, mental health, and the implications of not being able to work as normal during the Covid19 outbreak.
Comedian Danny Posthill, who appeared on Britain's Got Talent in 2015, has written a book about his life during lockdown and how he had to adapt to his sudden and unexpected changing situation.
The Non-Essential Worker, published on 24th May also covers Posthill's comedy career pre-pandemic. He explains how difficult it can be to become a comedian in the first place.
He explains more in the synopsis: "From sleeping in a sauna to a confrontation with Simon Cowell on Britain’s Got Talent, Danny Posthill’s comedy career has never been short on excitement. Then along came the coronavirus. As a Non-Essential Worker, everything was taken away in the blink of an eye."