Hardback 432pp Illustrated
9781847946966   Product Code: 22370
Despite having apparently no talent for singing or dancing, John Cleese joined the Footlights club when he took up his place at Cambridge in 1960. Among his contemporaries were Bill Oddie, Tim Brooke-Taylor, and Graham Chapman with whom he would go on to form Monty Python. This autobiography describes the comedian's life and influences from his childhood and time as a teacher at his old prep school to his success as a scriptwriter, comedian and ultimately film star.