John Cleese, 'Monty Python' Actor, Is Selling Furniture From His Monaco Home

Maybe he needs the money.

And now for something completely different.

"Monty Python" comedian John Cleese is selling the furniture from his Monaco home online at "deeply discounted prices." According to Monaco Life, the website he's taken an ad out on, Cleese and his wife fourth wife Jennifer, are getting rid of a Christopher Guy mahogany dining set for a little less than $4,000. The couple is also selling a chaise lounge and Loewe television.

So why is the duo cleaning house? Well, the Daily Mail reports that the couple is leaving their Monaco home and returning to London because Cleese is supposedly "lonely" on the French Riveria.

This isn't the first time Cleese has publicly sold his goods. Back in January it was reported he was selling his television and film memorbilia to pay for his divorce from his third wife, Alyce Faye Eichelberger.

Though we're not entirely fans of the furniture (yeah, we're talking about those blue crushed-velvet dining chairs) we are a little bummed to learn that the merchandise can be viewed and purchased only in Monaco.

Click through our slideshow to see the "Monty Python" cast over the years. And be sure to head over to Monaco Life and the Daily Mail for more information.

Monty Python Over The Years

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