Caspar Llewellyn Smith was born in San Francisco in 1971. He and his family moved to Oxford when he was three and he grew up there listening to Adam Ant, the Velvet Underground and Public Enemy. After reading history at Cambridge University he took a job on the arts desk of the Daily Telegraph as the idiot tea boy. Eight years later he is now the editor of the Saturday Arts & Books section. He lives in north London with his girlfriend and their two small children.
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