Sir Billy Connolly: 'You don't wake up famous, you wake up scratching yourself like everybody else'

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"I've got Parkinson's disease," Sir Billy Connolly writes in his new book, Tall Tales And Wee Stories, "and I wish he'd f***ing kept it to himself!"
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