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27 November 2014
He who dares is an idiot.

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Ralf Little as Anthony RoyleRalf Little
Ralf Little shot to fame in the UK after landing the role of Anthony in The Royle Family.

Originally from Bury, Ralf had already had some success as a child actor, appearing in Sloggers and Sloggers 2 for CBBC and Children’s Ward for Children’s ITV.

Ralf had just begun studying for a medical degree when he won the role of Anthony - needless to say, he gave up his studies soon after.

After three successful series of The Royle Family, Ralf moved on to another comedy role, in Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps.

Far from restricting himself to comedy, Ralf has also worked in presenting, film and theatre. He played New Order bass player, Peter Hook, in the film 24 Hour Party People and also acted alongside Charles Dale and Neil Morrisey in the BBC drama, Paradise Heights.

He recently reprised his role as Jonny for a third series of Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps.

  2002 Paradise Heights
  2002 24 Hour Party People
  2001 Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps
  1997 The Royle Family
  1994 Sloggers

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