Eddie Izzard

Known for his surrealistic and divergent sharp comedy, Eddie Izzard is a world-renowned British stand-up comedian, actor and political activist.

Eddie is known for his roles in many television series, in addition to starring in many films and worked as a voice actor for many others.

He is also remembered for the incredible challenge he undertook in 2009, where he performed 43 marathons in 51 days, undeterred by the fact that he has no long-distance running experience.

Eddie Izzard has received many awards including a Primetime Emmy Award, Yahoo People’s Choice Award and a Webby Award.

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