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Michael Palin

Screenwriter/Actor : Born May 05, 1943 - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, UK

Mini Biography :

British actor/satirist Michael Palin first demonstrated his writing and performing skills at Oxford University's Experimental Theatre Club. Almost immediately upon graduation, Palin was snatched up by the BBC, which made excellent use of his scathing wit and thespic versatility in such series as Twice a Fortnight and The Complete and Utter History of Britain. A relative latecomer to the fabled Monty Python troupe, Palin made up for lost time, writing and performing in the group's long-running TV series and in such big-screen projects as Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) and Life of Brian (1978); he also wrote much of the musical score for Monty Python's the Meaning of Life (1983). To date, Palin and Cleese have been the two ex-Pythonites most active as solo performers. Palin was hilarious as the green-as-grass Reverend Charles Fort, ministering to "fallen women" ("Women who've tripped?") in The Missionary (1982) and as stuttering doofus Ken in A Fish Called Wanda (1988), winning a British Film Association award for the latter performance. Palin remained active in television into the 1990s with cheeky projects like Ripping Yarns (1976), Do Not Adjust Your Set (1977-79) and Palin's Column (1994). An inveterate globetrotter, Michael Palin channelled his wanderlust into his tongue-in-cheek TV miniseries Around the World in 80 Days (1989) and Pole to Pole (1991).

(This short bio was written by Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide)

Timeline for Palin :
2004 Remember the Secret Policeman's Ball? Actor
2003 Concert for George Musical Performer / Actor
2001 The Human Face, Part 1: Secrets of the Face Actor
2001 The Human Face, Part 2: The Endlessly Fascinating Face Actor
2001 The Human Face, Part 3: Does Beauty Matter? Actor
2001 The Human Face, Part 4: Famous Faces Actor
2000 Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure Screenwriter / Actor: Host
1999 The Life of Python, Vol. I: It's...The Monty Python Story Actor
1999 The Life of Python, Vol. II Actor
1999 The Life of Python, Vol. III: The Lost German Episode Actor
1998 Monty Python: Live at Aspen Actor
1998 You've Got Mail Actor
1997 Fierce Creatures Actor: Adrian (Bugsy) Malone
1996 The Wind in the Willows Actor: Rat
1996 Mr. Toad's Wild Ride Actor: The Sun
1993 American Friends Screenwriter / Actor: Reverend Francis Ashby
1991 Rabbit Ears: Jack and the Beanstalk Actor
1990 The Life of Python Actor
1989 Monty Python's Parrot Sketch Not Included - 20 Years of Python Actor
1988 Consuming Passions Play Author
1988 A Fish Called Wanda Actor: Ken
1988 Branchline Railway Actor: Introduction
1987 Confessions of a Train Spotter Actor
1986 East of Ipswich Screenwriter
1985 Brazil Actor: Jack Lint
1984 The Secret Policeman's Private Parts Actor
1984 A Private Function Actor: Gilbert Chilvers
1983 Monty Python's The Meaning of Life Composer (Music Score) / Screenwriter / Actor: Carter / Actor: Chaplain / Actor: Father / Actor: Sixth Fish, Lady / Actor: Spadger
1982 Monty Python: Live at the Hollywood Bowl Screenwriter / Actor: Various roles
1982 The Missionary Producer / Screenwriter / Actor: Rev. Charles Fortescue
1982 The Secret Policeman's Other Ball Screenwriter / Actor
1981 Time Bandits Screenwriter / Actor: Vincent
1979 The Secret Policeman's Ball Actor
1979 The Life of Brian Screenwriter / Actor: Big Nose / Actor: Francis / Actor: Pontius Pilate / Actor: Wise Man
1978 The Rutles Actor: Eric Manchester
1977 Jabberwocky Actor: Dennis Cooper
1976 Monty Python Meets Beyond the Fringe Actor
1975 Three Men in a Boat Actor: Harris
1974 Monty Python and the Holy Grail Screenwriter / Actor: Sir Galahad / Actor: 1st Soldier with a Keen Interest in Birds / Actor: Dennis / Actor: King / Actor: Knight
1971 And Now for Something Completely Different Screenwriter / Actor: Various roles
1968 John Cleese on How to Irritate People Actor

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