Terry Jones has died at the age of 77. Jones was a founding member of Monty Python, and was also a skilled author, film director, and historian.
This video shows five of Terry Jones’ most memorable moments. This includes a scene from Life of Brian, plus Jones’ turn as Mr. Creosote in The Meaning of Life.
Jones is the second Python to die, with Graham Chapman having passed away at the tender age of 48.
Since 2016, Jones had been been suffering from primary progressive aphasia, a neurological disease which affected his ability to communicate. He died at his home in Highgate, North London.