John Cleese, the star of the legendary Monty Python comedy group, once used to want to write a speech for Barack Obama if he won the Democratic nomination to run for president.
In the presidential election, Barack Obama received a lot of support from all over the country and even many people around the world. Prominent among his supporters was John Cleese, a playwright and comedian under the famous Monty Phyton group in England. John Cleese has declared support for the black American presidential candidate Barack Obama. He said that Obama was the most suitable candidate for the position of US President at that time.
During Obama’s election, Mr. Cleese lived in the United States. He told a local newspaper that his funny stories could help the Illinois Senator fulfill the White House dream. He said he intended to go to Europe in November but he could postpone the plan if Obama won the Democratic nomination ticket. Monty Phyton’s comedy wants to help Barack Obama as a speechwriter because Obama is an outstanding person.
At that time, John Cleese was living in California and only returned to England in May or June when his personal assistant said it was time for him to return. The 68-year-old comedian came to America for health reasons. He had severe pneumonia because the winter in England was too cold.
John Cleese became famous in the 1970s when he was a member of the Monty Python comedy group. The influence of this group on comedy is often compared to the influence of the Beatles in music. One of his famous works in particular and Monty Python is generally the 1979 satirical comedy called “Life Of Brain”. The comedy group criticized the badness of the Roman Empire. In 1987, John Cleese appeared in an advertisement for the Liberal Democrats. This is the 3rd largest party in the UK.