I had to pay for the wing mirror and then met Billy Connolly
the next night.
A-PEEL-LING FOOTWEAR A young Billy Connolly
wearing his trademark banana boots on stage
For the last 50 years, Billy Connolly
has continuously toured around the world performing to over 10,000,000 audiences.
OPENING NIGHT Tom Courtenay, Sheridan Smith and Billy Connolly
first appeared on Parkinson in the early 70s and holds the record with Kenneth Williams for the most appearances on the show while Peter Kay used to be the programme's warm-up man before finding fame with Phoenix Nights.
THE 74-year-old comedy legend looked frail as he told of his fight in ITV documentary Billy Connolly
& Me: A Celebration, which will be broadcast on Tuesday.
has had to give up playing his beloved banjo and guitar because of Parkinson's Disease.
COMEDIAN Billy Connolly
has been forced to give up the banjo and guitar because of Parkinson's Disease.
is to front a new documentary series about death in which he discusses his own thoughts after being diagnosed with cancer and Parkinson's disease.
is being treated for the "initial symptoms" of Parkinson's disease following a successful surgery to treat his prostate cancer.
FUNNYMAN Billy Connolly
has turned his hand to art and his prints will get an exclusive premier in Newcastle.
's Route 66 (ITV1 Wales, Thursday, 9pm) * "GET your kicks on Route 66," sang Chuck Berry - a sentiment Billy Connolly
clearly took to heart at some point.