Television tribute to Roger Lloyd Pack to be aired next week

PUBLISHED: 13:12 23 January 2014 | UPDATED: 13:12 23 January 2014

Roger Lloyd Pack in 2011.

Roger Lloyd Pack in 2011.

A television tribute to the actor Roger Lloyd Pack will be aired next week.

Mr Lloyd Pack, who is most famous for playing Trigger in Only Fools and Horses, and lived near Fakenham, died of pancreatic cancer, aged 69 earlier this month.

The BBC will broadcast, A Tribute to Roger Lloyd Pack, on February 2 at 10.25pm.

The programme will be followed by the first-ever episode of Only Fools and Horses, Big Brother.

The actor moved to Norfolk at nearby Melton Constable Hall on the film The Go Between in 1970.

He became a household name for his TV and film roles, but locally supported many ventures including Sheringham Little Theatre and Creative Arts East, of which he was patron.

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