"Half a Sixpence". Directed by Gene Saks
. Broadhurst Theatre; 511 performances. Cast included John Cleese
(as "Young Walshingham/Helen's brother")
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Did You Know?
In the early days of my career, I'd have these moments of utter delight: at the age of 21, I discovered Buster Keaton
; at 24 it was Harold Lloyd
; then W.C. Fields
. Just occasionally, one discovers someone new for oneself. I thought Bill Hicks
was a genius, Eddie Izzard
too. I don't want to be mean but there are several highly regarded shows around right now - and I'm not talking about Ricky
In 2005, offered a part of his colon, removed due to diverticulitis, for sale on his official website. The proceeds are reportedly to be divided between Cleese himself and his surgeon.
Usually plays uptight or overbearing comic characters.