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Eddie Izzard (born February 7, 1962) is a British transvestic stand-up comedian and actor. Eddie Izzard was born in Aden, Yemen, as the youngest son of Harold John and Ella Izzard. As a comedian, he has a very individual style of rambling, surreal monologue. Eddie Izzard has turned his attention to acting as well as maintaining his demanding touring schedule.

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Eddie Izzard career began with inspiration from the works of Monty Python, Steve Martin, Richard Pryor and the early Benny Hill. He began to toy with stand-up at college and, after being ingloriously kicked out of school, he took his act to the streets. Having spent a great deal of the 1980s working as a street performer in Europe and the United States, Eddie Izzard moved his act into the standup comedy venues in Britain, first appearing at The Comedy Store in London in 1987. He refined his material throughout the '80s, and in the early '90s Eddie Izzard finally began earning some measure of recognition, though originally he did not perform in women's clothing. He has often expressed his strong admiration for the late comedian and social critic, Bill Hicks.

Eddie Izzard's stand-up work brought him British Comedy Awards in 1993 (for "Live at the Ambassadors") and 1996 (for "Definite Article"). After the British leg of the tour, Eddie Izzard took "Definite Article" to major cities outside the UK including a successful stint in New York City. However, his US breakthrough did not really come until 1999, when "Dress to Kill" was shown on American television channel HBO, about a year or so after performing the show in America, England and France. Suddenly, America was aware of Eddie Izzard, and the show went on to earn him two Emmy Awards in 2000.