Terry Jones, the popular comedy star of the Monty Python group, passed away at his 77. He was the creative force behind the comedy troupe. Born as Terence Graham Parry-Jones on 1st February 1942, he has brought a new dimension to the comedy. He had played a lot of different roles, including the female characters. He was a very creative and fun-loving man, say his troupe members. He had been in the field for nearly half a century. His co-stars stated that he wanted to live his life full and did the same.
Recently, he was affected by dementia, which affected his speech. While he was battling with this rare disease, his children and close relatives were continually visiting him. His wife was with him till his last breath. May his soul Rest In Peace! Our deepest condolences to his family and friends!