Terry Gilliam disagrees with the way his friend John Cleese sees the world.
John Cleese believes there is more love for Monty Python outside the UK because home-based journalists seek to “write off” its success.
John Cleese has said he is “too naughty” for a knighthood.
John Cleese has continued commenting on Twitter following controversy over claims he made about London being “not really an English city”.
Comedian John Cleese has defended his comments about London, saying they were “culturalist” rather than racist.
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”.
Fawlty Towers has been named as the greatest British sitcom of all time, with credit going to a “six–foot-five comic genius”.
John Cleese offered to work with Netflix on a comedy special but was snubbed by the streaming giant, according to the Monty Python star.
Zoe Ball believes she will be “very nervous” for her first day presenting the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show.
Actor John Cleese has said creativity has become incredibly neglected and needs to be embraced by everyone.
John Cleese says he got bored filming BBC One sitcom Hold The Sunset because he said the “same dialogue 40 times”.
John Cleese’s daughter ribbed her father about not managing to stay married for as long as some of his fellow Monty Python stars as the pair appeared on The One Show.
Unseen sketches from Monty Python have been discovered in the archives of Michael Palin.
Comedian John Cleese has suggested the reason Monty Python’s Flying Circus is no longer regularly shown on TV is because it’s “too funny” compared to modern comedies.
Comedian John Cleese said he is quitting Britain in November because he is “so disappointed” with the country.
John Cleese has again threatened to leave the UK after MPs decided not to go ahead with the second phase of the Leveson Inquiry.
John Cleese’s first sitcom since Fawlty Towers, Hold The Sunset, has been the most successful comedy launch on BBC One in more than three years.
John Cleese has said he feels no pressure for new sitcom Hold The Sunset to live up to the success of Fawlty Towers, because he did not write this one himself.
Antiques Roadshow triggered a debate on Twitter after one of the experts claimed the rat from Fawlty Towers was “the most famous rodent on British television”.
John Cleese says he worries about writing comedy now because he cannot get to grips with the modern world.
Liam Gallagher, Sir Bob Geldof and John Cleese are among a raft of stars who will take part in a rough sleeping event dubbed “Live Aid” for the homeless.