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Roger Lloyd Pack
Critically acclaimed and respected as one of the country's leading character actors, Roger Lloyd Pack is a regular and welcome face to film and television audiences alike, spanning a huge range of work in both comedy and serious roles.
In an extensive career, Roger is probably best known in recent years for his role as Owen Newitt in the hit BBC comedy The Vicar of Dibley, and Trigger in Only Fools and Horses. Other highlights over the years have included both regular roles and lead guest characters in Inspector Morse, Liz in The Naked Civil Servant, The Professionals, Alas Smith and Jones, Mr Bean, Lovejoy, Reggie Rawlins in Yorkshire Television's hit series Heartbeat, Mr Sowerberry in ITV's Oliver Twist, Kavanagh QC, Maurice Phillips OC in Born and Bred, Murder Rooms - The Photographers Chair, Where the Heart Is, Poirot - the Mystery of the Blue Train, and most recently as John Lumic in Doctor Who.
Roger is equally at home on the large screen, recently creating the role of Barty Crouch in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Other recent film roles include Donald in The Living in the Home of the Dead, Francis Sharp in Vanity Fair opposite Reese Witherspoon, The Prospero Professor in The Avengers, Meredith in The Hollow Reed, Fred in The Young Poisoners, Interview With the Vampire, Cuba, Fiddler on the Roof, 1984 and Hamlet.
Not forgetting his roots as a theatre actor, having trained at RADA, Roger also enjoys his theatre work and has won the British Theatre Association Drama Award as Best Supporting Actor in his roles as Osip in Wild Honey at the National and Victor in One for the Road at the Lyric Theatre. Other theatre work has included The Lover in Lover, Aston in The Caretaker, The Trial of Bukovsky at the Young Vic, The Homecoming, Summer Party at the Sheffield Crucible, Noises Off at the Savoy, Kafka in Kafka's Dick at the Royal Court, Juan in Yerma and The School for Wives at the National, When We Are Married for the Chichester Festival, the title role in Tartuffe at the Royal Exchange, as Yvan in Art in the West End and on tour, Brian in The Dark at the Donmar Warehouse, Blue/Orange directed by Kathy Burke.
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