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Pamela Stephenson and her husband Sir Billy Connolly have denied that the comedian's 'wonderful brain has dulled', as Sir Michael Parkinson has claimed.
Stephenson went on: ‘But physically we had seen very little change in him. Stephenson, 66, above with Connolly, insisted the Man Who Sued God actor is ‘as funny as he’s ever been’, but she never accompanies him on his tours for fear of being the target of some of his quips.