Sir Michael Palin is an English actor, comedian, and writer. He is most famously associated with the comedy group ‘Monty Python’. Before earning success with ‘Monty Python’, Palin was a presenter for ‘Now!’. He later turned into a writer for narrative documentaries along with Terry Jones, a partnership that carried on for many years. They went on to write several shows for BBC including, ‘The Ken Dodd Show’, ‘The Billy Cotton Bandshow’, ‘The Frost Report, and ‘The Illustrated Weekly Hudd’. He turned into an actor soon when he appeared on the successful comedy show ‘Do Not Adjust Your Set’ and ‘Twice a Fortnight’.
Palin’s most successful work occurred through Monty Python. Early shows such as ‘Monty Python’s Flying Circus’ and various sketches became wildly popular. He also appeared in the top-grossing comedy ‘A Fish Called Wanda’, his most successful film. Other films include ‘Fierce Creatures’ and ‘American Friends’. After the members of Monty Python went their separate ways, Palin emerged anew as a travel presenter and writer and has telecasted several hit documentaries, including ‘Around the World in 80 Days with Michael Palin’ and ‘Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure’. These TV programs became culturally significant and impacted tourism positively. His latest movie ‘The Death of Stalin’ has been a critical success