Dementia Monty Python actor

Dementia Monty Python actor

World September 23, 2016 21:06

london - British actor and director Terry Jones (74) has his doctors heard that he suffers from primary progressive aphasia (PPA), a form of dementia which speak is becoming increasingly difficult. Which published an agent. The founder of the famous Monty Python team is unable to give interviews.

Jones founded in the late sixties' Monty Python's Flying Circus \'with John Cleese, Eric Idle, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin and Terry Gilliam. They became world famous with seeing their absurd humor, among them TV sketches and films like 'Life of Brian and The Meaning of Life. \' Jones played not only in but also directed them.

Many PPA patients lose this brain disorder their speech almost entirely, but they can often continue to take care of themselves, there hobbies after love and even work in some cases.

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