Actor has been publicly wishing for the untimely deaths of his ex-wives and daughters for at least the last couple years.

This foreign born permanent A list comedian and actor has been publicly wishing for the untimely deaths of his ex-wives and daughters for at least the last couple years.

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This foreign born permanent A list comedian and actor has been publicly wishing for the untimely deaths of his ex-wives and daughters for at least the last couple years. A couple months back, after an interview on late night tv, he was approached on the street by a couple of fans seeking autographs.

Because of one fan’s ethnicity, and the stereotypes associated with it, he asked this person if he knew anyone that could take care of his “problems.”

Apparently that’s the kind of “joke” that makes you “delightfully grumpy.”

John Cleese

‘I wish them dead’: John Cleese makes a shocking remark about his ex-wives as he hails children ‘the cause of most of the misery in the world’ – because they grow up like their mothers

Monty Python star appeared on US chat show Conan O’Brien

The comedy icon has paid more than £25million in divorce settlements

Cleese, 77, has been married four times and has two daughters

He moans that children cost a fortune’ and ‘grow up like their mothers’

Forking out more than £25million in divorce settlements across three failed marriages could leave anyone feeling extremely bitter about life.

It certainly seems to be the case for Monthy Python star John Cleese, who has hit out at his ex-wives for costing him so much money – and prompted him to wish they would all die.

They are not the only women to incur his wrath, the star, 77, is not happy with his two daughters either – Camilla and Cynthia Cleese – as they have turned out like their mothers and he complained that he wished he’d never had children.

Outspoken Cleese made the remarks during an appearance on US chat show Conan O’Brien alongside his comedy partner Eric Idle, where the two were discussing the secrets to a long-lasting marriage.

‘I have been married for 34 years. To four different wives,’ he said before referring to his second wife Barbara Threntham, who died from complications with leukemia in 2013, ‘One of my ex-wives died. You know what? It was very sad because it was the wrong one.’ – Source