Alick George Parry Jones
Dilys Louisa Jones
St Edmund Hall, Oxford College
Returned to films as director, star and co-scenarist of "The Wind in the Willows"; also acted and wrote songs
Wrote and directed "Erik the Viking", adapted from his book for children; also acted; last feature for nearly a decade
Directed "Personal Services", a comic look at a woman who becomes embroiled in prostitution, inspired by real-life events
Wrote a regular column, "Input" for YOUNG GUARDIAN
First screeplay credit outside the Monty Python circle, "Labyrinth"
US stage debut in California production of Monty Python at the Hollywood Bowl
Solo directorial debut, "Monty Python's Life of Brian"; also acted in and co-wrote
First feature as co-director (with Terry Gilliam), also credited for screenplay and various character appearances, "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"
Feature debut, co-wrote screenplay and appeared in, "And Now For Something Completely Different"
Joined the "Monty Python's Flying Circus"
Scripted the pantomime "Alladin" for the Waterford Civic Theatre Repertory Company
Wrote and acted in the short "Twice a Fortnight"; aired on BBC
Appeared on the TV series "Do Not Adjust Your Set"; also wrote
Contributed to the series "The Frost Report"
With Palin, made short films for "THe Late Show" (BBC)
Worked in the script department for BBC-TV series "Late Night Line-Up"; also first collaborations with Michael Palin
With Palin, co-wrote the BBC series "Ripping Yarns"