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BILLY CONNOLLY plays dastardly Lord Dargis in GARFIELD: A TAIL OF TWO KITTIES. Though best known as a stand-up comic who has toured the world, Scotsman Billy Connolly gave a moving performance as the loyal servant John Brown in the highly acclaimed "Mrs. Brown” opposite Dame Judy Dench. His other recent film credits include "Lemony Snicket: A Series of Unfortunate Events,” "The Last Samurai” and "Timeline.” Previous film credits include "White Oleander,” "The Boondock Saints,” "Beautiful Joe,” "An Everlasting Piece,” "The Imposter,” "Absolution” with Richard Burton, "Bullshot and Water” with Michael Caine, "Crossing the Line” with Liam Neeson, the Muppet movie version of "Treasure Island,” "Gabriel and Me,” "Gentleman's Relish” and "The Man Who Sued God,” as well as the acclaimed BBC productions "Down Among The Big Bad Boys” and "The Life and Crimes of Deacon Brodie.” His voice is also featured on the Disney animated film "Pocahontas.”

Connolly is most recognizable from his hit television series "Head of the Class,” which was later spun off into his own series, "Billy.” His other TV work includes appearances on the sitcom "Pearl” with Rhea Pearlman and Malcolm MacDowell, comedy specials for HBO and the BBC, as well as "Billy Connolly's World Tour Of Scotland,” a six-part series documenting a tour of his beloved homeland, and "The Bigger Picture,” a series on Scottish art. Connolly has also released numerous home videos, including "25 BC,” "Billy and Albert,” "An Audience with Billy Connolly,” "Billy Connolly Live” and "Live '94.”

Connolly's eclectic career also includes performances in the BBC's "Androcles And The Lion,” the Scottish Opera production of "Die Fleidermaus,” and his own play "The Red Runner,” which performed to packed houses at the Edinburgh Festival. He began his career as a musician, touring with Gerry Rafferty and the folk band The Humblebums. In 1971 he played his first solo concert. 

This led to "The Great Northern Welly Boot Show,” a mixture of music and talk that established his talent as a popular entertainer. He went on to release a double album and a No. 1 hit single, "D.I.V.O.R.C.E.” Since then, he has released numerous hit comedy records and published several comedic books.


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