Eddie Izzard

Comedian and actor

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Eddie Izzard on KCRW

Eddie Izzard once ran 43 marathons in 52 days. Now, the British comedian and actor is in the middle of an even bigger endurance test.

Eddie Izzard Brings 'Force Majeure' to L.A.

Eddie Izzard once ran 43 marathons in 52 days. Now, the British comedian and actor is in the middle of an even bigger endurance test.

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