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28 October 2014
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DOB: 22.04.1948
Place: Back seat of an abandoned Vauxhall Wyvern, Mitcham

Roger Lloyd-Pack

Although initially a (relatively speaking) sharp-minded villain Trigger's intellect has rapidly diminished over the years until it reached its current level of hilarious stupidity. He earnestly believes Rodney is called "Dave" and no one has bothered to set him straight.

A roadsweeper by trade Trigger has one qualification - a Grade 3 Cycling Proficiency Diploma - and is rarely seen without his beloved donkey jacket. Why 'Trigger'? According to Del it's because he 'looks like an 'orse!'


Before They Were Famous
Roger followed his dad into an acting career and attended RADA. After graduating he got into the Royal Shakespeare Company and was sufficiently confident enough to turn down a part in Dixon of Dock Green. Roger has always preferred acting on the stage and was spotted by Only Fools producer Ray Butt when he had a part in the West End play Moving.

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Alright Dave?
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Where are they now?
Since Only Fools made him loved by millions Roger has appeared in Boon, The Bill, Inspector Morse, Lovejoy and The Vicar of Dibley. His more weighty roles include The Naked Civil Servant, Longitude and the Pinter play One For The Road. He is also the father of actress Emily Lloyd.


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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