This interview with Roger Lloyd-Pack shows he was an intelligent and articulate man
It has been just over three years since we lost legendary comedy actor, Roger Lloyd Pack, aged just 69.
The Islington born star famously played the part of Trigger in Only Fools and Horses. A character who isn’t known for his intelligence.
However in this BBC Breakfast interview from 2012, Lloyd-Pack showed audiences how smart and articulate a man he actually was, which emulates to how great an actor he also was.The interview takes place to promote his stage appearance in Shakespeare’s Richard III, as well as Twelfth Night simultaneously.
Presenter, Charlie Stayt chats with Roger as the two discuss how he will perform both shows intertwined.
The host then takes viewers back to Lloyd-Packs past, showing a classic clip of Trigger talking about his medal. He received the award for working with the same ‘broom’ for 20 years – which has had 17 new heads and fourteen new handles.
Roger Lloyd-Pack sadly died in 2014 due to Pancreatic Cancer, but his legacy lives on in his many stage, tv and film appearances. These include Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, 1984, The Old Guys, The Vicar of Dibley, Health and Efficiency and many many more.