(7/08) Stage: Appeared for 3 nights in "John Cleese in Conversation with Chris Serle" at the Clifton Pavillion Theatre, Bristol Zoo, England. This was a fundraiser for the zoo's conservation and education projects.
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[on his divorce from Alyce Faye Eichelberger
]: I feel angry sometimes. But my anger is not so much about sharing the property but having to go on working hard to provide alimony for someone who's already going to have at least $10 million worth of property, and who's getting £1 million this year. At some point you say, 'Well, what did I do wrong? You know, I was the breadwinner.' The system is ...
The inspiration for Fawlty Towers
(1975) came from a hotel stay he had with the other Pythons in the Gleneagles Hotel in Torquay, England. The hotel manager was called Donald Sinclair, someone Cleese considered to be the rudest man he had ever encountered. He later played a character by the name of Donald P. Sinclair in Rat Race