Eric Idle Birthday, Age, Family & Biography

Eric Idle

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BIRTHDAY 29 March, 1943
BIRTH PLACE Durham , North East England
COUNTRY United Kingdom
AGE (in 2018) 75 Years Old
HEIGHT in centimeters- 185 cm
in meters- 1.85 m
in Feet Inches- 6’ 0”
WEIGHT in Kilograms- 76 kg
in Pounds- 167.55 lbs
Last Updated on : October 17, 2017

Birthday Countdown, Age and Birthday Facts

75 years, 0 month, 26 days old age Eric Idle will turn 76 on 29 March, 2019. Only 11 months, 4 days, 21 hours, 12 minutes has left for his next birthday.

Birthdays Celebrated on Each Day of Week

Eric Idle has celebrated the total number of 75 birthdays till date. See the analysis by days count and bar graph.

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About   Edit

Eric Idle was born on 29-03-1943 in the Durham, United Kingdom. He is a British Comedian, Film Actor, Composer, Musician, Singer, Songwriter, Writer, Voice Artist, Television Actor, Video Game Artist, Theatre Actor, Radio Artist & Novelist who known for his work in Hollywood industry.


Eric Idle began writing and performing comedy while attending Cambridge's Pembroke College.After graduation, Idle began writing for the comedies I’m Sorry I’ll Read That Again and The Frost Report, through which he collaborated with Cleese, Chapman and recent Oxford graduates Michael Palin and Terry Jones. Idle, Palin and Jones then moved on to Do Not Adjust Your Set, a zany kids show that brought American animator Terry Gilliam into the fold.
In 1969, Idle, Cleese, Chapman, Palin, Jones, and Gilliam launched Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Capturing the irreverent ethos that had become popular through earlier British comedies, Monty Python forged its own identity with absurd sketches that mocked both contemporary and historical figures and made unpredictable detours. The show was aired for four seasons and spawned multiple feature films.
Post-Python, Idle published a satirical novel, Hello Sailor in 1975, and enjoyed some success with the creation of Rutland Weekend Television, a sketch comedy show that aired for two seasons. Idle's play, Pass the Butler, was staged at London's Globe Theatre in 1983, and he enjoyed acclaim later in the decade for his performance as Ko-Ko in a revival of The Mikado. During these years he also appeared in a series of comedic films, including Yellowbeard, European Vacation, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen and Nuns on the Run.
With the start of the new millennium, Idle began a successful late-career turn as a theatre impresario. He enjoyed his greatest late-career success with the creation of the smash musical Monty Python's Spamalot.

Family Relatives and Relation

Idle first married actress Lyn Ashley in 1969 and with whom he had a son, Carey. They divorced in 1973. He then married model Tania Kosevich in 1981. They together had a daughter, Lily.

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