Graham Chapman’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday)

Jan 8, 1941

Death Date

Oct 4, 1989

Age of Death

48 years

Cause of Death

Cancer

Place of Death

Oct 4, 1989

Profession

Comedian

The comedian Graham Chapman died at the age of 48. Here is all you want to know, and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Comedian, writer, and one of the six members of Monty Python. He played the lead roles in the Pythons’ two narrative feature films: Holy Grail and Life of Brian.

He was one of the first celebrities to come out publicly after he admitted he was a homosexual on an english talk show. David Sherlock, a writer, was his partner from 1966 until his death 23 years later.

Quotes

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“I hope I will have achieved something lasting.” (Graham Chapman)

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“We don’t deliberately set out to offend. Unless we feel it’s justified.” (Graham Chapman)

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“Death can really absorb a person. Lik most people, I would find it pleasant not to have to go, but you just accept that it’s more or less inevitable.” (Graham Chapman)

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“I can’t talk to a man who bears an undeserved animosity towards ferrets.” (Graham Chapman)

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“World War II… did not happen to everyone, but it happened to most. There were people from Germany who were throwing bombs at us.” (Graham Chapman)