This article is from the Douglas Adams FAQ, by Nathan Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
Zaphod Beeblebrox is alive and well and living in Sydney, Australia. A
consultation of the Sydney White Pages lists one Beeblebrox, Z. Stop in
and seem him next time you're passing through, I'm sure he'd enjoy the
From Chris Paulin (email@example.com):
Recently I described a new species of fish from Fiordland New Zealand and
gave it the scientific name "Fiordichthys slartibartfasti", and a second
new species from northern New Zealand as "Bidenichthys beeblebroxi" .
So it seems DNA's genius will love on forever... as a fish.
From a loyal fan:
Did you know there are only two cafes in Rickmansworth? The one that
existed when Adams wrote his book is the Cafe Suisse in Bury Lane. I
should know, I live in Rickmansworth.
The first every stage production of "Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective
Agency" was performed at the Old Fire Station, Oxford (entitled DIRK)
last summer (May 1995) and was a complete success. I enjoyed being
involved with it, and DNA, his editor and associated persons said that
they enjoyed watching it.
Simon Jones was in the Terry Gilliam movie "12 Monkeys", which starred
Bruce Willis. He played one of the maniacal scientists.