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Sir David Jason Nicholas Lyndhurst Net Worth Only Fools and Horses Trotter Brothers
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David Jason and Nic Lyndhurst’s net worth has been revealed and they’re very well off.

As Del Boy once said, “this time next year, we’ll be millionaires”. For the actor that played him, it is most definitely true

Wealth Management Service, Spears have today revealed the total net worth of former Only Fools and Horses actor, David Jason, with Nicholas Lyndhurst not far behind.

The pair played the Trotter brothers, Derek ‘Del Boy’ and Rodney respectively, from 1981 until 2014.

Both men continue to act, with Lyndhurst’s most recent role coming in 2016 with the BBC’s Goodnight sweetheart, whilst Jason performs as Granville in BBC sitcom Still Open All Hours.

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Sir David’s net worth is reported on Spear’s as £6.9m, with Nicholas’ believed to be around the £4m mark.

Spear’s report that: “All net worth content is calculated by applying a proprietary algorithm and is fact checked by our team of editors. We scan publicly available data and resources to ensure all our net worth data is the most accurate and up to date content on the Internet.”

Goodnight Sweetheart Nicholas Lyndhurst Net worth
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Sir David Jason is a multi-millionaire, something that alluded his on-screen character, Derek for some time. The Londoner first appeared as Del Boy in 1981, alongside Nicholas Lyndhurst and Lennard Pearce who played Grandad.

The trio shared the screen for three series’ until Pearce sadly passed away in 1984. His character was replaced by Uncle Albert, Grandad’s brother, who remained with the cast until the series officially ended in 1991.

Only Fools and Horses latest sketch aired in 2014, when David Beckham made a cameo for Sport Relief alongside Del Boy and Rodney.

There is no current plan to resurrect the long-running BBC sitcom, but Sir David has admitted to being open to the idea, should it ever be suggested.

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