at Wembley Arena, and in 2003 embarked on a world tour of a new show, Sexie.
Best-known for his surreal and digressive stand-up, British comedian and actor Eddie Izzard was born on February 7, 1962, in Aden, Yemen, where his English parents -- Dorothy Ella, a nurse and midwife, and Harold John Izzard, an accountant -- worked for British Petroleum.
Izzard worked as a street performer and in smaller comedy venues throughout ...
I knew I was TV, a transvestite, but I kept it to myself with a brilliant strategy of Don't-tell-Kids-at-School-and-Don't-get-killed.
And bullies in the playground are like "Why are we beating this one up?
Born in Yemen, Eddie Izzard moved to Northern Ireland when he was about two, then to south Wales in 1967.
His mother died of cancer in March 1968, when he was six, and he has frequently cited her early death as a reason for going into stand-up.
I am looking forward to coming to see everyone again,” Izzard said in a statement.
Five years after his last comedy tour, "Force Majeure," made comedy history, having played 45 countries, including all 50 of the United States, and in four languages, making it the most extensive comedy show ever, Izzard is back to his roots with a new show that expands on his own unique, surreal view of life, love, history and his "theory of the universe.""Wunderbar" began life at La Nouvelle Seine, a floating theater in Paris on the Seine, where the comedian, actor, writer and political activist began to improvise his new show in French.
" "I don't know, he used a word we didn't understand.
During the television special Python Night: 30 Years of Monty Python (1999), which Izzard hosted, Cleese said that Izzard was the lost Python.
Baker championed Izzard to play the Doctor when the series was revived in 2005.