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Eric Idle looks healthy after beating cancer as he steps out for dinner with wife Tania Kosevich in Beverly Hills

Eric Idle and Tania Kosevich were seen outside the E Baldi restaurant in Beverly Hills after dinner
UPDATED NOV 11, 2022
Eric Idle and wife Tania Kosevich (Backgrid)
Eric Idle and wife Tania Kosevich (Backgrid)

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA: Comedian Eric Idle has made a spirited comeback to the public scenes and in a great look too! He was spotted stepping out of the E Baldi restaurant after enjoying a meal in Beverly Hills, with his wife of 41 years, actress Tania Kosevich. The ‘Monty Python’ star, who was most recently known to have successfully fought off pancreatic cancer is now on a mission to spread awareness and make sure that the message of the supremacy of early detection reaches everyone’s ears. Makes sense- after all, it is the early detection that saved his life from cancer.

Idle is now seemingly fully healthy and has bounced back in absolute strength. Idle is now working on the launch of the Bright Side Fund with Stand Up to Cancer to support cancer research and spread the message about early detection.


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Eric Idle (Photo: Backgrid)
Eric Idle (Backgrid)

Idle looked very stylish on his return to the public eye, with him wearing a striped grey sweater and a warming blazer over it. He also wore a knitted scarf to help him with the cold. He paired his sweater and coat with black formal trousers and a pair of black shoes.

Eric Idle (Photo: Backgrid)
Eric Idle (Backgrid)

His wife Tania Kosevich has had her blonde hair cut short in a pixie-style cut. She wore a black turtleneck and a black pair of slim-fit jeans. She wore a huge white woolen coat and carried a black bag as well, along with a takeaway box. She finished her look with a pair of knee-length black boots.

Eric Idle (Photo: Backgrid)
Eric Idle (Backgrid)

In an interview with The Guardian, Idle spoke about his relief at being cured of cancer. He said, “I’ve been living six months to six months on tests. I didn’t know how much longer I had. I saw my doctor recently, and that’s when I got the real shock. I asked him how long I had left, and he said: 10 years. He also said: ‘Had you been two weeks later you wouldn’t have got to see the surgery; you would have been straight into chemo’, which is unpleasant and not much use at that stage.”

Tania Kosevich (Photo: Backgrid)
Tania Kosevich (Backgrid)

He also spoke of his bond with the former member of The Beatles, George Harrison, “George was such a force for good, and so supportive of me at a time in my life when I was confused and sad. My first marriage [to Australian actor Lyn Ashley, mother of his son, Carey] was breaking up, and he just looked after me. I’d never had such a close friendship before with anybody. I think George was the most influential person I’ve met in life. And certainly in death.”