Comedian, writer and musician Neil Innes, known as the “seventh” Monty Phyton has died at 75 years of age, as confirmed by his agent.
Born in 1944 in Essex, he grew up between Germany and the United Kingdom and studied dramatic art at the British University of Goldsmiths where he founded the acid and satirical agupación Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, with which they achieved success with the «hit» « I’m the Urban Spaceman »in 1968 which was produced by Paul McCartney under a pseudonym, according to The Guardian.
Later, he was known as the “seventh” Monty Phyton thanks to his contributions to the comic group through “sketches”, films and songs such as “The Knights of the square table and their crazy followers” and the melody “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life »in« Brian’s Life ».
According to a family spokesman, Innes was not suffering from any illness and has died unexpectedly. The artist was traveling from France to the United Kingdom, according to his family who asked for privacy in these “difficult times.” .