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The 5 greatest Trigger moments from Only Fools and Horses

Actor Roger Lloyd-Pack has died following a battle with cancer.

ROGER LLOYD-PACK, the actor beloved as Trigger in Only Fools and Horses, has passed away at the age of 69.

Lloyd-Pack died last night following a battle with pancreatic cancer.

He was also known for his work as strange-odoured Owen Newitt in The Vicar of Dibley and Barty Crouch Snr in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire – but it is as slow-witted wheeler-dealer Trigger that most will remember him.

Here are five of his Trigger-est moments:

5. Calling Rodney ‘Dave’


4. Talking about Gandhi

“He made one great film, and then you never saw him again.”


3. Driving a hard deal with Del Boy


2. Explaining why he stood in the dark for an hour


“But there wasn’t anyone else there,” says Boycie. “Well I didn’t know that, did I?”

1. And finally, eyeing up the ladies while Del falls through the bar


It was Del Boy’s fall through the bar that made this clip. But he couldn’t have done it without Trigger’s ice-cold straight man.

RIP Roger Lloyd-Pack.

Roger Lloyd-Pack (aka Trigger) has died, aged 69>

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