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Roger Lloyd-Pack

Biography

British actor known for his roles in lots of television shows so when Barty Crouch, Sr. within the film, Harry Potter as well as the Goblet of Fireplace. He studied British, French and Latin on the Bedales College in Hampshire. He was section of a advertising campaign in 2012 to improve money for the college in Islington. He wedded Jehane Markham in 2000 plus they acquired three sons along with a little girl. He has mentioned that Harold Pinter is certainly one of is own favorite directors.

Quick Facts


Full Name Roger Lloyd Pack
Date Of Birth February 8, 1944
Died January 15, 2014, Kentish Town, London, United Kingdom
Place Of Birth England
Height 1.88 m
Profession TV Actor
Education Bedales School
Nationality British
Spouse Jehane Markham, Sheila Hughes
Children Emily Lloyd, Hartley Lloyd-Pack, Louis Lloyd-Pack, Spencer Lloyd-Pack
Parents Charles Lloyd-Pack, Ulrike Elizabeth Pulay
Siblings Christopher Lloyd-Pack
Awards WhatsOnStage Award for Best Ensemble Performance
Movies Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Made in Dagenham, The Go-Between, The Living and the Dead, Interview with the Vampire, The Young Poisoner's Handbook, Vanity Fair, The Object of Beauty, Preaching to the Perverted, Figures in a Landscape, The Naked Civil Servant, Princess Caraboo, American Friends, In Love with Alma Cogan, 1984, Wilt, Margery and Gladys, Cuba, U.F.O., Meetings with Remarkable Men, Hamlet, Fright, The Man Who Couldn't Get Enough, The Perfect Match, THE CRIME OF CAPTAIN COLTHURST, Miriam, Meat
TV Shows The Old Guys, The Vicar of Dibley, Oliver Twist, Health and Efficiency, Selling Hitler, Only Fools and Horses, Will Shakespeare, Spyder's Web, Doc Martin, Moving, Archer's Goon
Star Sign Aquarius

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#Fact
1After his death at the age of 69, a Facebook page was set up declaring February 8th 2014, which would have been his 70th birthday, 'Call Everyone Dave Day'.
2Although people assumed him to be just as dim as Trigger, his most famous character from Only Fools and Horses.... (1981), those close to him knew him to be quiet, unassuming, easy-going and a consummate professional.
3Although Del Boy falling through an open bar flap from Only Fools and Horses.... (1981) is considered a classic moment in David Jason's career, it was considered just as funny for Trigger's baffled reaction to Del's sudden disappearance.
4He studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
5His brother is the stage manager Christopher Lloyd Pack.
6(April 28, 2000) Married for the 2nd time his girlfriend of 25 years & mother of his 3 younger children, sons - Spencer, Hartley & Louis, Jehane Markham.
7Has 4 children: a daughter Emily Lloyd Pack (b. September 29, 1970) with his now ex-1st wife Sheila Ball; 3 sons with his 2nd wife Jehane Markham: Spencer Lloyd Pack (b. 1981), Hartley Lloyd Pack & Louis Lloyd Pack.
8He is the only actor to appear in both Survivors (1975) and Survivors (2008).
9Likes watching old comedy films like Laurel and Hardy and Buster Keaton.
10His favourite Only Fools and Horses was Jolly Boys' Outing.
11Filmed scenes as a scientist for the 1998 The Avengers but his scenes were deleted from the final print.
12Played David Tennant's father in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) and his adversary in two episodes of Doctor Who (2005).
13Plays the piano.
14Fluent in German, Italian, French and - of course - English.
15Is 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.
16He 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.
17Son of Charles Lloyd Pack


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Law & Order: UK2014TV SeriesAlex Greene
Miriam2013ShortOld Man (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Twelfth Night2013Sir Andrew Aguecheek
The Vicar of Dibley1994-2013TV SeriesOwen Newitt
Inspector George Gently2012TV SeriesHector Blackstone
47 Orchard Street2012ShortIsidore (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
The Borgias2012TV SeriesFriar
In Love with Alma Cogan2012Norman (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy2011Mendel
Hustle2011TV SeriesClive Ban
The Good Men of Leicester2010ShortRon (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Made in Dagenham2010George (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
The Old Guys2009-2010TV SeriesTom
Survivors2010TV SeriesBilly Stringer
Arena2010TV Series documentaryVarious characters
The Catherine Tate Show2009TV SeriesGhost of Christmas Future
New Tricks2008TV SeriesDanny Jones
The History of Mr Polly2007TV MovieMr. Johnson (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
What We Did on Our Holiday2006TV MovieJim Taylor (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Doctor Who2006TV SeriesJohn Lumic
The Living and the Dead2006Donald Brocklebank
Agatha Christie's Poirot2005TV SeriesInspector Caux
Doc Martin2005TV SeriesPhil Pratt
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire2005Bartemius 'Barty' Crouch
Vanity Fair2004Francis Sharp
Where the Heart Is2004TV SeriesDon Nicholls
Only Fools and Horses....1981-2003TV SeriesTrigger
Margery and Gladys2003TV MovieD.I. Woolley (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
The Bill1991-2002TV SeriesMick Mortimer / Arnie
Dalziel and Pascoe2002TV SeriesBishop Halliwell
Born and Bred2002TV SeriesNorman Pendleton
Murder Rooms: Mysteries of the Real Sherlock Holmes2001TV SeriesDr. Ibbotson
Longitude2000TV MovieCapt. Man
Oliver Twist1999TV Mini-SeriesMr. Sowerberry
Kavanagh QC1999TV SeriesAlex Watkins
Knight School1997-1998TV SeriesSir Baldwin De'Ath
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling1997TV Mini-SeriesAnderson
Preaching to the Perverted1997Mr. Cutts Watson
The Missing Postman1997TV MovieKen Thompson (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Paul Merton in Galton and Simpson's...1996-1997TV SeriesSergeant / Police Constable
Van Gogh's Ear1997ShortMichael Ash (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
2point4 Children1993-1996TV SeriesJake Klinger Jake
Heartbeat1996TV SeriesReggie Rawlins
Murder Most Horrid1996TV SeriesFrank Foster
Hollow Reed1996Hannah's Lawyer
The Perfect Match1995TV MovieTom (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Health and Efficiency1993-1995TV SeriesRex Regis
The Young Poisoner's Handbook1995Fred
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles1994Piano Teacher
Princess Caraboo1994Magistrate Haythorne (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Citizen Locke1994TV MovieCaptain (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Dandelion Dead1994TV Mini-SeriesPhillips
Inside Victor Lewis-Smith1993TV SeriesPoliceman
U.F.O.1993Solo
Lovejoy1993TV SeriesSmallman-Smith
The Trial1993Stairman (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Screen Two1985-1993TV SeriesDerek / David Power / Selser
Anna Lee: Headcase1993TV MovieDesk Clerk
Party Time1992TV ShortFred (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Screen One1992TV SeriesGordon
Archer's Goon1992TV SeriesQuentin Sykes
Boon1991TV SeriesRay Watts
The Gravy Train Goes East1991TV Mini-SeriesFerenc Plitplov
Stay Lucky1991TV SeriesEddie Vernon
Selling Hitler1991TV Mini-SeriesDavid Irving
The Chief1991TV SeriesKenneth Rudyard
The Object of Beauty1991Frankie (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
American Friends1991Dr. Butler (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Zorro1990TV SeriesCarrillo
Byker Grove1990TV SeriesBeckett
Mr. Bean1990TV SeriesThe Waiter
The Misadventures of Mr. Wilt1990Dr. Pittman
Meat1990ShortMan (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover1989Geoff
Made in Spain1989TV MovieDen
The Stone Age1989TV MovieHerb (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Theatre Night1989TV SeriesGlendenning
Bad Boyes1988TV SeriesBoggs
Room at the Bottom1988TV SeriesStranger
Ten Great Writers of the Modern World1988TV Mini-Series documentaryRosmer
The Finding1987TV MovieFowles (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Prick Up Your Ears1987Actor 2
Inspector Morse1987TV SeriesDonald Martin
The Deliberate Death of a Polish Priest1986TV MovieLt. Chmielewski (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Comrade Dad1986TV SeriesBlack Market Chicken Man
Summer Season1985TV SeriesVictor
Moving1985TV SeriesJimmy Ryan
Nineteen Eighty-Four1984Waiter
I Thought You'd Gone1984TV SeriesPC Balmforth
Miracles Take Longer1984TV SeriesTerry Noble
Video Stars1983TV MovieBus Enthusiast (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Private Schulz1981TV SeriesMelvin
Chronicle1981TV Series documentaryChambers
Bloody Kids1980TV MovieHospital Doctor (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Cuba1979Nunez (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Henry VIII1979TV Movie2nd Gentleman (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Turtle's Progress1979TV SeriesCorsican
Meetings with Remarkable Men1979Pavlov (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Will Shakespeare1978TV Mini-SeriesJack Heminge
The Professionals1978TV SeriesRamos
Survivors1976TV SeriesWally
Dixon of Dock Green1976TV SeriesRon Fielding
The Naked Civil Servant1975TV MovieLiz
Softly Softly: Task Force1975TV SeriesMartin Webb
Play for Today1975TV SeriesSidney Bagley
Churchill's People1975TV SeriesThug
The Man Who Couldn't Get Enough1974Henry Milligan
Crown Court1974TV SeriesDr. Patrick Attwater
Within These Walls1974TV SeriesDr. Osmonde
The Protectors1972-1973TV SeriesRussi / Paparazzo
Special Branch1973TV SeriesPaul
Spyder's Web1972TV SeriesAlbert Mason
Jason King1972TV SeriesRadio Operator
Fiddler on the Roof1971Sexton
Fright1971Constable (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
The Go-Between1971Charles
Roads to Freedom1970TV SeriesBobby
Figures in a Landscape1970Soldier (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Hamlet1969Reynaldo (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Secret Ceremony1968Cleaner (uncredited)
The Magus1968Young Conchis
Crime Buster1968TV SeriesLaboratory analyst
Virgin of the Secret Service1968TV SeriesCuthbert Blake

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Vicar of Dibley1998-2007TV Series performer - 3 episodes

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Only Fools and Horses: Beckham in Peckham2014TV Short in memory of

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Comedy Genius of John Sullivan2011TV Movie documentaryHimself (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
The Alan Titchmarsh Show2008-2009TV SeriesHimself
Strictly Come Dancing2008TV SeriesHimself - Audience Member
The Wright Stuff2008TV SeriesHimself - Guest Panelist
The Story of Dibley2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
Behind the Scenes: Agatha Christie's Poirot2006TV Movie documentaryHimself (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Comic Relief: Red Nose Night Live 052005TV SpecialOwen Newitt (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Breakfast2004TV SeriesHimself
Dibley Defrocked2004Video documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Southwark: The Movie - Hard Day at Office Love?2003ShortHimself (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Comedy Connections2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Breakfast with Frost2003TV SeriesHimself
GMTV2003TV SeriesHimself
The Story of 'Only Fools and Horses....'2002TV Movie documentaryHimself / Trigger
Light Lunch1998TV SeriesHimself
Noel's House Party1997TV SeriesBuilder
Prisoners of Childhood1989TV Mini-SeriesHimself (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
British Sitcom: 60 Years of Laughing at Ourselves2016TV Movie documentaryOwen Newitt (uncredited)
The One Show2016TV SeriesOwen
Britain's Best Loved Sitcoms2015TV Series documentaryOwen Newitt
This Morning2011TV SeriesOwen Newett
Cybermen2009Video shortJohn Lumic (uncredited)
The Green Green Grass2009TV SeriesTrigger
The Greatest Christmas Comedy Moments2008TV Movie documentaryVarious Roles (uncredited)
The Comedy Christmas2007TV Movie documentaryTrigger (uncredited)
Timeshift2006TV Series documentaryJohn Lumic
The Real Vicars of Dibley2002TV MovieOwen Newitt (uncredited)
The Story of Bean1997TV Special documentaryThe Waiter (uncredited)
Auntie's TV Favourites1997TV SeriesTrigger

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#Quote
1[on Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)] It was big budget, great production values, the job went on for nine months on and off and a nice character to play - something to get my teeth into. It was a big production and there aren't many films made like that, certainly in this country. It was a good crack, it's just a pity he had to die really. I'd read the first book as my children were appropriate ages for Potter when he first came out. I did see all the films - I always prefer the films to the books to be honest with you. It was a fantastic set. There were dozens of workmen working for weeks on that set, it was stunning and it was thrilling to do those scenes.
2[on Doctor Who (2005)] People want to be part of it, because it's an iconic programme and you want to be part of history. The programme has a pedigree and you want to be part of that.
3[on Doctor Who: Rise of the Cybermen (2006)] It was great working with Graeme [Graeme Harper]. I've worked with him before doing a series with Dennis Waterman some years back. He's a very nice man, very good to work with. It was extremely cold on set, as we filmed in the warehouse in Newport, and quite technical, because some of the scenes were set in a space ship. I enjoyed the whole experience actually. I think Graeme has done a really good job on this episode. I saw them back-to-back a few weeks ago and they are like a film, certainly in the impact. The set looks awesome when you add all the CGI effects.
4I saw the very first Doctor Who (1963)! William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton were my Doctors... I sort of lapsed a bit, but I saw all of the different Doctors at some point. I was a great fan of the show. I'm not a great lover of sci-fi, but this was the first of its kind on TV. It was an imaginative fantasy that was rather appealing - this old Doctor, a Time Lord in a telephone box whizzing backwards and forwards in space and time. It had good stories, it was intriguing, it was very different. When it first started it was one of those programmes 'It's Doctor Who (1963), you've got to watch that'. I rather liked Tom Baker - he gave it a certain manic quality. I've watched a couple of the new series, he's [David Tennant] ever so good. I knew he would be. He's a just a very good actor and he's got a good line in charm which I think helps with the Doctor.


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