Sir William Connolly, CBE (born 24 November 1942) is a Scottish stand-up comedian, musician, presenter, actor and artist. He is sometimes known, especially in his homeland, by the Scots nickname "The Big Yin" ("The Big One"). Connolly's first trade, in the early 1960s, was as a welder (specifically a boilermaker) in the Glasgow shipyards, but he gave it up towards the end of the decade to pursue a career as a folk singer.
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Sir Billy Connolly has insisted he does not fear death as he revealed how laughter was helping him cope with Parkinson's disease. The comedian said he viewed old age as an adventure that was preparing him for the "next episode in the spirit world". But he said there was "still time to go yet, places to go, new friends to make, new songs to write and sing and jokes to tell". The 76-year-old was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2012.
Billy Connolly's sensational new show Was It Something I Said? was filmed in Adelaide on the Australian leg of his sell out 2006 World Tour. This recording captures comedy legend Billy at his brilliant, inspirational, hilariously funny best. Episode Number 19. DVD Season & Episode Number. Absolute Episode Number. Originally Aired Monday, November 5, 2007.
William "Billy" Connolly, Jr. (Anderston, Glasgow, 1942ko azaroaren 24a -), ezizenez The Big Yin (eskozieraz Handia) Eskoziako umorista, abeslari, aktore eta telebista aurkezlea da. Eskozierar hizkeran moldatutako ingelesez (batez ere Glasgow hiriko ahoskeraz) burutzen dituen hitzaldi umoretsu eta bakarlaneko antzezpenengatik ospetsua da. 2000an Sharon Stonekin batera Beautiful Joe filma antzeztu zuen.
Despite his lengthy career Billy is still as inflamed, passionate and animated as he ever was. Was It Something I Said?: Filmed in Adelaide on the Australian leg of his sell out 2006 world tour. Live In New York: After three decades of touring the USA this is Billy Connolly's first concert filmed in America. It was filmed in New York's Town Hall in February 2005. First released: Monday 23rd November 2009.
After the tour with Elton, Billy made an album called Atlantic Bridge. Half of it was recorded at Carnegie Hall in Dunfermline, where Andrew Carnegie came from, and the other half at Carnegie Hall in New York. The Python star Eric Idle came to see Billy in New York and brought Paul Simon and Mick Jagger. I guess,' Billy had said to me before my departure, 'if you're falling in love with a drunken weirdo, you've got to give it a great deal of thought. Extracted from Billy by Pamela Stephenson, published by HarperCollins Publishers on 1 October 2001 at £1. 9.
|1||Half A Yodel|
|2||How Many Virgins?|
|4||Dinner With Bob & Edna|
|9||Politically Correct Mob|
|10||Tricks & Treats|
|12||Fat People Shouting|
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