Net Worth: Under Review
- Age 52 years old
- Birth Place Emsworth, Hampshire, England
- Marital Status Married
- Full Name Nicholas Simon Lyndhurst
- Nationality British
- Date of Birth April 20, 1961
- Occupation actor
- Children 1
About Nicholas Lyndhurst
Nicholas Lyndhurst is an English actor who appearred in television adverts and children’s films in the late 1970s. At age 17, he portrayed Adam Parkinson on the sitcom Butterflies. Then he played Raymond Fletcher in Going Straight and Rodney Trotter in the series Only Fools and Horses.
In Only Fools and Horses, he appeared in the show since the very start, until its final airing at Christmas 2003.
During the 1990s, Lyndhurst also appeared on ITV’s The Two of Us with Janet Dibley and The Piglet Files, as well as numerous stage performances.
Between 1993 and 1999, he played the complex lead character of Gary Sparrow on the fantasy sitcom Goodnight Sweetheart. He appeared in the adverts of People’s Phone.
Between 1997 and 1999, Lyndhurst was the public face of the stationery chain store WH Smith, starring in their adverts as all four members of one family. He won a BAFTA for his acting in the adverts. In 1999, he played the villainous Uriah Heep opposite Daniel Radcliffe and Maggie Smith in David Copperfield.
In 2006, he appeared as Cruella de Vil’s chauffeur, Reg Farnsworth, at the Children’s Party at the Palace.
After thirteen years, Lyndhurst returned to BBC with his sitcom, After You’ve Gone, in 2007. In 2013, he joined the cast of the New Tricks for the 10th series.
Nicholas Simon Lyndhurst was born on April 20, 1961 in Emsworth, Hampshire, England. He is married to Lucy Smith Lyndhurst. They have a son. In his free time, he like doing outdoor activities, which includes flying aeroplanes, surfing and deep sea diving.