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Nicholas Lyndhurst Biography

Nicholas Simon Lyndhurst is an English actor. He is known for playing Rodney Trotter in Only Fools and Horses, Gary Sparrow in Goodnight Sweetheart, Dan Griffin in the BBC drama New Tricks and Adam Parkinson in Carla Lane's series Butterflies. Lyndhurst also prominently starred as Ashley Philips in The Two of Us, as Fletch's son Raymond in Going Straight, the sequel to the classic British sitcom Porridge, Jimmy Venables in After You've Gone, and Freddie 'The Frog' Robdal in the Only Fools and Horses prequel Rock & Chips.



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Born:
Apr 20, 1961 - In Emsworth, Hampshire, England
Movie/TV Credits:
22
First Appeared:
In the series Hallmark Hall of Fame 1951-12-24
Latest Project:
Series Spearhead 2018

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Nicholas Lyndhurst Filmography & Movies

Series Spearhead 2018
Movie British Sitcom: 60 Years of Laughing at Ourselves Rodney Trotter (archive footage) (uncredited) 2016-09-12
Movie A United Kingdom George Williams 2016-11-25
Series Rock & Chips Freddie Robdal 2010-01-24
Movie Rock & Chips Freddie 'The Frog' Robdal 2010-01-24
Series After You've Gone Jimmy 2007-01-12
Series The One Show Unknown 2006-08-14
Movie Lassie Buckle 2005-12-16
Series New Tricks Danny Griffin 2003-03-27
Movie David Copperfield Uriah Heep 1999-12-25
Movie Gulliver's Travels Clustril 1996-02-04
Series Goodnight Sweetheart Gary Sparrow 1993-11-18
Movie Stalag Luft 'Chump' Cosgrove 1993-10-27
Series The Piglet Files 1990-09-07
Movie The Grand Knockout Tournament Himself 1987-06-19
Series The Two of Us 1986-10-31
Movie Sky Bandits Chalky 1986-10-31
Series The Two of Us 1981-04-06
Series Only Fools and Horses Rodney 1981-09-08
Series Going Straight 1978-02-24
Series Butterflies 1978-11-10
Series Hallmark Hall of Fame Unknown 1951-12-24