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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’

Source: hannibalheyes1

4. Talking about Gandhi

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

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3. Driving a hard deal with Del Boy

Source: BBCWorldwide

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

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“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

Source: BBC Comedy Greats

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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