69 (passed away Jan. 16th, 2014)
Feb. 8th, 1944
London, England, UK
6' 2 1/2
Roger Lloyd-Pack's Main TV Roles
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When you see Roger, it's difficult not to think of Trigger in Only Fools and Horses. But, since the 1960s, this versatile actor has performed in many more serious dramas than comedies. His credits include Doctor Who, Dalziel and Pascoe, Born and Bred and The Bill.
Highlights from his long TV career include Jason King, The Naked Civil Servant, Archer's Goon, The Vicar of Dibley, The Gravy Train, Oliver Twist, Born and Bred, Longitude and The Young Poisoner's Handbook, which was written by Dalziel and Pascoe co-star Jeff Rawle.
He appeared as John Lumic, the Cybermen creator in the Doctor Who episodes Rise Of The Cybermen and The Age Of Steel.
Roger's also appeared in a large number of feature films. One of his first roles was in John Fowles' The Magus which he soon followed with The Go-Between starring Julie Christie, Edward Fox and Alan Bates. He also appeared in Fiddler on the Roof, Nineteen Eighty-Four, The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover, Interview with the Vampire and American Friends.
His stage work includes playing Kafka at the Royal Court Theatre, starring in Rosmersholm at the National and in the popular comedy, Art.
He's married to poet and dramatist, Jehane Markham. His daughter, Emily Lloyd, is an actress. Roger's father, Charles, was also an actor.
- Filmed scenes as a scientist for the 1998 The Avengers but his scenes were deleted from the final print.
- Is an avid supporter of English Premiership football team Tottenham Hotspur and has been in the crowd for a few matches at White Hart Lane, sometimes giving me pre-match interviews on the touchline.
- Played 'David Tennant (I)' (qv)'s father in _Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)_ and his adversary in two episodes of _"Doctor Who" (2005)_ (qv).
- Son of 'Charles Lloyd Pack' (qv)
- Fluent in German, Italian, French and - of course - English.
- Plays the piano.
- He was awarded the 1984 London Critics Circle Theatre Award (Drama Theatre Award) for Best Supporting Actor for his performances in One for the Road and Wild Honey.
- Father of 'Emily Lloyd' (qv)
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