Eddie Izzard’s latest project is Believe, a DVD charting the comedian’s return to the stage after he was accused of fraud by the BBC’s Watchdog programme for repeating old material. In a frank interview Eddie Izzard discusses the inspiration for his comedy, his serious acting roles on stage and film, and the continuing importance of his mother, who died when he was young.
[from thisislondon.co.uk | thanks Andy]
Last night a dark-haired woman in a sequined dress was belting out showtunes at nightclub La Pigalle.
You may not have heard of musician Sarah McGuinness but she has influential admirers. Her new single, Mama Can You See Me Now, has been remixed by dance wizard William Orbit. And an incognito Eddie Izzard — in turban and glasses — applauded, before performing a DJ set in her honour.
But who is Sarah McGuinness and why has a buzz been growing around the virtually unknown singer for the past few weeks? Earlier in the day I had discovered her remarkable story and pieced together her true identity.
…that references Eddie and religion…