“I’ve wanted it since I was 10”

Eddie Izzard added Suzy’s name to his nickname.

Eddie Izzard added Suzy's name to his nickname

Eddie Izzard added Suzy’s name to his nickname

The 61-year-old comedian has been using her pronouns since 2020 and has now revealed she’s going to be Suzy Eddie Izzard, having wanted the name since she was 10.

Speaking during a recording of Matt Forde’s ‘Political Party’ podcast, she said: “I’m Eddie. There’s another name I’m going to add as well, which is Suzy, who I’ve wanted to be since I was a kid. was 10 years old.

“I’m going to be Suzy Eddie Izzard. This is how I’m going to ride so people can choose what they want, they can’t be wrong, they can’t be wrong.”

Eddie is keen on breaking into politics and she has vowed to “keep going until I get in there”.

The star tried to be a parliamentary candidate for Labor in Sheffield Central last year, but was unsuccessful.

However, she is always eager to try again.

She added: “I would still like to be the MP for Sheffield, anywhere in the North, if there is a North/South divide – I want to fight for the North.”

In 2020, Eddie – who has previously spoken about being gender fluid – revealed on the TV show ‘Portrait Artist of the Year’, on which she sat as a model, that she “now wants to be based in fashion daughter”, and admitted to using the pronouns feels “very positive”.

Speaking on the show, the ‘Victoria and Abdul’ star said: “Well, I try to do things that I find interesting, and this is the first show I ask if I can. be her and her. The transition period.”

When asked by a contestant how she felt about using the pronouns, Eddie replied, “It’s great, because people just assume that… well, they know me right from before. I’m gender fluid.

“I just want to be girl-based from now on. One life, live it well.”


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