Piers Morgan defended the Harry Potter author after she was criticised by for comments perceived to be anti-trans.
Palin: “We are very blessed to be able to have so many foreigners here. They do work from which we’ve all benefited."
John Cleese has defended his recent comments about London, claiming they were “culturalist” rather than “racist.”
When it comes to sharing his feelings on Donald Trump, John Cleese really doesn't beat around the bush. On Monday night the British comedy legend appeared on <em>The Late Show</em> and spoke about the US President with Stephen Colbert. SEE ALSO: John Cleese says he's not bothered by the prospect of death "He says the British like him," Colbert remarks in the clip above. "Do they like him?" "No," is Cleese's immediate response. His biggest shut-down comes a few seconds later, though, when Colbert says Trump doesn't trust continental Europeans. "He doesn't trust anyone in charge of a democracy, does he?" is Cleese's reply.
Monty Python star John Cleese is never one to mince words when it comes to his ex-wives. The Fawlty Towers star married his fourth wife Jennifer (above) four years ago – but not before he was forced to pay out an eye-watering £25million in divorce settlements to ex-partners Connie Booth, Barbara Trentham and Alyce Cleese over the years. “I have been married 34 years – wait, wait – to four different wives,” Cleese told Conan O’Brien. Something quick like a tree falling on them.” The outspoken actor, who made millions from Hollywood comedies including A Fish Called Wanda, also moaned that his daughters Cynthia and Camilla have “ended up like their mothers.” Cynthia was born in 1971 during his first marriage to Fawlty Towers co-star Connie Booth, while Camilla was born in his second marriage in 1984.
Series 7 of The Walking Dead is almost upon us. Someone like say, oh I don’t know, John Cleese maybe? In it he calls Negan ‘a nutter with a baseball bat’ (succinct, accurate), compares Rick to a more emotive Clint Eastwood and offers a series of lessons that all fans should remember.
John Cleese is threatening legal action against an Australian theatre company who he claims are ‘ripping off’ his classic TV show ‘Fawlty Towers’. The ‘Faulty Towers Dining Experience’ is due to perform at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival starting from April 12 and is one of nine versions of the show being staged globally by Interactive Theatre International (ITI), according to the Sydney Morning Herald. John claims the company did not get permission - or even try to get permission - to use the characters, situations and the show’s name from him, and that neither he nor his ex-wife and Fawlty Towers co-writer Connie Booth have received any royalties or compensation.