Here's everything you need to know about the Welsh actor.
Terry Jones is a Welsh actor, writer, comedian, screenwriter and film director.
He was born in Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire on February 1, 1942.
Terry studied English at St Edmund Hall, Oxford but became interested in medieval history during his studies.
He ended up performing a comedy with his future Month Python castmate Michael Palin in the Oxford Revue.
In 2015, Terry was diagnosed with a form of frontotemporal dementia called primary progressive aphasia.
The illness impairs his ability to speak and communicate which led to the actor being unable to give interviews by late 2016.
Recently, The Sun exclusively revealed that the comedy legend could barely recognise his comedy co-stars due to his dementia.
Fellow Python Terry Gilliam explained: "I saw him a few months ago on Hamstead Heath. I find it difficult as he finds it hard to know who I am.
"This is a very dear close friend. I look in his eyes and I am not sure he recognises me.
"He walks along the Heath as Terry likes to get outside. Terry is in his own world is quite happy. I just miss him. It touches me.”
Month Python's Life of Brian is a religious satire comedy that was released in 1979.
Terry starred in and directed the movie which told the story of a young Jewish boy named Brian Cohen.
Brian is supposedly born on the same day as his neighbour Jesus Christ and accidentally gets mistaken for the Messiah.
Terry played Mandy Cohen, Colin, Simon the Holy Man, Bob Hoskins, Saintly Passer-by and the Alarmed Crucifixion Assistant.
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