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Peckham Uncovered

DOB: 26.02.1960
Place: Peckham

Nicholas Lyndhurst

Rodders, as he is affectionately known by his big brother, has stuck by Del through thick and thin. After leaving school with two GCEs in Art and Maths, he was expelled from Art College for dabbling with the dreaded weed.

Without much going for him Rodney managed to rise to the heady heights of Financial Director of Trotters Independent Traders. Against all odds Rodney found a supportive partner in Cassandra and made an honest woman of her in 1989. These days the only thing that troubles Rodney is his nephew Damien - about whom he has recurring nightmares.


Before they were famous
Lyndhurst has had a charmed acting career - snaring his first role at the tender age of 18 playing Ronnie Barker's son in the Porridge sequel Going Straight. On the strength of this he graduated to playing another moody teenager in the sitcom Butterflies, before landing the role of Rodney.

Famous quote
Oh leave off Grandad
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Where are they now?
When not playing Rodney in Christmas Specials of Only Fools, Nicholas can be seen starring in his very own BBC ONE sitcom vehicle Goodnight Sweetheart.


Del Boy   Del Boy
Rodney   Rodney
Uncle Albert   Uncle Albert
Grandad   Grandad
Raquel   Raquel
Damien   Damien
Cassandra   Cassandra
Trigger   Trigger
Boycie   Boycie
Marlene   Marlene
Denzil   Denzil
Mike   Mike
Mickey   Mickey
Sid   Sid
Slater   Slater
Alan Parry   Alan Parry

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