Transgender comedian Eddie Izzard, 57, wears his trademark pink lipstick, mini skirt and knee high boots as he arrives into LAX
Transgender comedian Eddie Izzard made a bold entrance into LAX airport on Thursday after flying in from France.
Wearing his trademark pink lipstick, Eddie, 57, was dressed in all black wearing a tight-fitting top, a mini skirt and knee-high boots – and he wore a platform shoe charm necklace
Eddie previously revealed that he had ‘considered’ having surgery and continued to show off a padded chest, although this could be the result of a padded bra.
Bold: Transgender comedian Eddie Izzard, 57, wore his trademark pink lipstick, a mini skirt and knee high boots as he arrived into LAX on Thursday
The keen marathon runner has previously described himself as ‘a straight transvestite or a male lesbian’; ‘a lesbian trapped in a man’s body’; ‘transgender’; and ‘a complete boy plus half girl’.
In an interview with now magazine, he admitted: ‘I have considered boobs from time to time, but I’d probably never go there.
‘If I did I’d go to a DD, but a D is probably better. I kinda like Jordan’s [Katie Price] look, but l’m not sure it would work on me.’
Honest: The keen marathon runner has previously described himself as ‘a straight transvestite or a male lesbian’; ‘a lesbian trapped in a man’s body’; ‘transgender’; and ‘a complete boy plus half girl’
The Victoria & Abdul star told The Evening Standard in 2003: ‘I’ve got breast envy. Just like teenage girls or some women think: “Oh, I wish I was bigger.” That’s exactly what’s going on with me.
‘I am constantly trying to access my whole girl side, trying to define what my sexuality is all about. I haven’t got the answers. It is still a bit confusing.’
It’s been an exciting week for Eddie as on Wednesday, he was made an Honorary Fellow at Cardiff University.
According to ITV news, the star is one of fourteen people being recognised with the prestigious award.
He told students to ‘look at life as an adventure. Have a positive heart, try hard, go for your dreams. Go live your life, be brave, be bold.’
Meanwhile, Eddie has previously spoken about his troubles coming out, telling The Hollywood Reporter: ‘If you are coming out as transgender or gay or lesbian, it’s such a tough rite of passage and quest.
‘It assaults your senses because, back in ‘85, everyone said, “No, no. Hide about it.” I just thought they were all wrong. The humiliation period, the initial period, is so tough. If you keep at it, it gets better.’