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Cleese

(kliːz)
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(Biography) John (Marwood). born 1939, British comedy writer and actor, noted for the TV series Monty Python's Flying Circus (1969–74) and Fawlty Towers (1975, 1978). His films include A Fish Called Wanda (1988) and Fierce Creatures (1997)
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" Those were the exasperated words of John Cleese's tightly wound, punctuality-obsessed headteacher in the 1986 comedy Clockwise as he desperately tried to make it cross-country to Norwich for an important speaking engagement.
Cleese as Phil Reaching 'wasp-stuck-insideyour-motorcyclehelmet-at-70mph' levels of torture, he spent much of the episode dressed in a rabbit costume, with a crocodile ventriloquist's puppet on his arm singing songs in a Mr Punch-type voice.
SADIQ Khan has said John Cleese is acting like Basil Fawlty following comments he made about London.
John Cleese has sparked an online backlash with comments suggesting that London is "not really an English city".
The Labour politician said in a statement to the Press Association: "These comments make John Cleese sound like he's in character as Basil Fawlty.
The post Cleese acting like Basil Fawlty, says Mayor of London appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Comic actor John Cleese, who created the classic BBC sitcom Fawlty Towers and the character of the manic hotelier, was in Newcastle to promote a new book of scripts.
COMEDY legend John Cleese refuses to look on the bright side of life when it comes to parenting and his three failed marriages.
In this 1969 gem, customer John Cleese argues with shopkeeper Michael Palin over whether a "Norwegian Blue" parrot was dead when sold.
This luxury apartment for sale at PS1.25 million proves that John Cleese is a man of his word.