Neil Innes Dies: ‘Monty Python’ Collaborator Was 75

Neil Innes, the British comic and musician, has died aged 75.

Innes is finest recognized for collaborating with comedy troupe Monty Python, for whom he wrote numerous authentic songs, in addition to the Bonzo Canine Doo-Dah Band and The Rutles.

Innes’ agent Nigel Morton confirmed the information to Sky Information and mentioned that his loss of life was surprising and that he had not been sick.

Innes wrote numerous songs for Monty Python and the Holy Grail together with Knights of the Spherical Desk and Courageous Sir Robin and he additionally appeared within the movie as a head-bashing monk, the serf crushed by a large wood rabbit and the chief of Sir Robin’s minstrels. He additionally briefly appeared in Monty Python’s Lifetime of Brian.

A slew of British writers paid tribute to Innes together with Veep author Simon Blackwell and Sherlock and Dracula’s Mark Gatiss.

Blackwell mentioned, “Extremely unhappy to listen to that Neil Innes has gone. The Innes Guide Of Data was one of the vital lovely, modern and humorous exhibits I’ve ever seen. The Rutles’ songs, in fact, past perfection. What a expertise and what a horrible loss.”

Gatiss added, “As a Python-obsessed teen I noticed him at Darlington Arts Centre and missed my bus dwelling to catch his brilliance. I used to document ‘The Innes Guide of Data’ on C-60s and marvel at his expertise. I nonetheless hum ‘I like Cezanne, says Anne’. Candy goals, candy fool.”

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