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Terry Jones (1)

Terry released the book Starship Titanic, based on CD-ROM game by Douglas Adams in 1997.
 
Terry released the book Who Murdered Chaucer? in 2005.
 
Terry did the feature audio commentary for the film Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life with Terry Gilliam.
 
Terry released the book Chaucer's Knight: The Portrait of a Medieval Mercenary in 1985.
 
In 2000, Terry won the WisKid Award for Full-Length Feature for: The Wind in the Willows (1996/I) at the Wisconsin International Children's Film Festival.
 
In 2004, Terry was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming for: Medieval Lives (2004)episode The Peasant.
 
In 1998, Terry won the Best of the Fest Award for: The Wind in the Willows (1996/I) at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival.
 
In 1983, Terry was nominated for the Golden Palm Award for: The Meaning of Life (1983) at the Cannes Film Festival.
 
In 1983, Terry won the Grand Prize of the Jury for: The Meaning of Life (1983) at the Cannes Film Festival.
 
In 1984, Terry was nominated for the BAFTA Film Award for Best Original Song for: The Meaning of Life (1983) ditty "Every Sperm Is Sacred." Terry shared the honour with: André Jacquemin, Dave Howman, and Michael Palin.
 
Terry Jones: (on the death of Graham Chapman, who died on the eve of the 20th aniversary of the Monty Python comedy troupe) I thought it was in terribly bad taste for him to die when he did.
 
Terry directed 3 of the 4 films that have been banned in Ireland ... most notably, Life of Brian, and The Meaning of Life.
 
Terry supported a motion to impeach British Prime Minister Tony Blair after the war "Operation Iraqi Freedom."
 
Terry's father was Welsh and his mother was English (Anglo-Saxon ancestry).
 
Terry has a degree in Modern History from Oxford University.
 
Terry has a mild speech impediment - he has trouble pronouncing the letter "R".
 
Terry was the shortest member of the Monty Python comedy troupe, having been about an inch shorter than Michael Palin.
 
Terry's nickname is Jonesy.
 
Terry is 5' 8" (1.73 m) tall.
 
Terry and his wife have two children together: Sally (b. 1974), and Bill (b. 1976).
 
Terry has been happily married to Alison Telfer since 1970.
 

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