Eric Idle is an English comedian, actor, author, singer, writer, and comedic composer. Idle is best known for being a member of the British comedy group Monty Python, in which he both wrote and starred in the television series and subsequent films, as well as having composed and performed many of the Pythons’ most famous comic pieces. Idle is the creator, writer and director of THE RUTLES, an affectionate parody of The Beatles, which was made famous on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, as well as for writing the Tony Award-winning play, SPAMALOT. As an acclaimed writer, Idle has penned several books including “Always Look on The Bright Side of Life”, “Hello Sailor”, “The Greedy Bastard Diary”, The Road To Mars”, The Rutland Dirty Weekend Book”, the play, PASS THE BUTLER, and the oratorio, NOT THE MESSIAH.
ERIC IDLE'S WHAT ABOUT DICK? - 2007
RUTLEMANIA - 2008
ERIC IDLE AN EVENING WITHOUT MONTY PYTHON - 2009
ERIC IDLE¹S WHAT ABOUT DICK!- 2012 The Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles