Tim was a co-writer for 'The Frost Report'.
Tim served the University of St Andrews as Lord Rector between 1979 and 1982 and is an honorary Vice-President of Derby County FC.
Tim took part in the Pro-Celebrity Golf television series.
He is also the author (and co-author) of several humorous books based mainly around his radio and television work and the sports of golf and cricket.
Tim branched-out into pantomime as the Dame in 'Dick Whittington'.
Tim and Graeme Garden were co-presenters of Channel 4's daytime game show 'Beat the Nation'.
Tim was also a cast member of John Cleese's series 'How to Irritate People'.
Tim Brooke-Taylor appeared as a guest in one episode of 'If I Ruled The World'.
Tim was the subject of Thames Television's This Is Your Life.
Tim appeared in Broaden Your Mind with Graeme Garden (with Bill Oddie joining the series for the second season).
Tim was a writer/performer on the television comedy series 'At Last the 1948 Show', with John Cleese, Graham Chapman and Marty Feldman.
Tims mother was an international lacrosse player and his father a solicitor.
Tim appeared with Graeme Garden in the theatre production 'The Unvarnished Truth'.
Tim appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Tim was President of the Cambridge Footlights Club.
Tim was on the radio show "I'm Sorry, I Haven't a Clue"
Tim: Did somebody call?
(Used on "I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again")