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He liked to call Lyndhurst Nick. They struck up an instant rapport in a motor-home while waiting to film any location shoots, and would mess about at every opportunity.

They used to play pranks on the set, e. Although Pearce mostly saw the funny side of things, that day he refused to work until director Ray Butt talked him around and Jason and Lyndhurst apologized.

Jason claimed it was the only time Pearce lost perspective. He admitted he was amazed the show went on to be a national, award-winning success.

He had never read the book so went away and did so before accepting the part; he pronounced it a charming read, as well as lovely, but not much happened and didn't go anywhere.

But the characters were strong, especially Pop Larkin, and he would be fun to play. Jason's condition was to shoot the series on film, because he didn't want it to be a studio production.

At least on film, it would look good and have some quality about it, even if nothing happened. Ronnie Barker and John Sullivan attended his 50th birthday party; they parked their cars in neighboring drives and roads so as not to spoil the surprise.

On the birthday cake in icing was the scene from Only Fools and Horses where Del Boy and Rodney end up with blowup dolls.

Jason's wife thought it in poor taste and Jason saw her point, but he considered the baker an artist with the marzipan.

Barker delivered a speech at the party, and Jason said it was a lovely, high-spirited evening, and the nicest of surprises, but he wasn't surprised though, because all the lights were off when he came home - something his wife never did.

Jason thought about turning up to the set in a frog mask and flippers but couldn't go through with it. Jason and Ferris both wore swimming costumes and the water was colored up to protect their modesty's.

Jason considered that scene their icebreaker. When Jason was cast as Detective Inspector Jack Frost, the character had to be cleaned up from the books, where Frost was a chain smoker, but Jason recently gave up smoking.

He used to smoke four or five cigarettes a day, or in the evening with a drink, and didn't want to start again, and smoking was taboo on TV in In the early days of The Darling Buds of May , Catherine Zeta-Jones was very nervous due to her lack of experience with television.

Jason used to advise her to keep her eyes still while doing dialogue in closeup, something he used to do. Jason grew a mustache for the role of Detective Inspector Jack Frost; it was his idea as he imagined Frost grew one in his youth to give himself a few extra years and more maturity.

He lost the mustache between series to play other parts and than needed four weeks to grow it back as well as stop shaving at the right time ahead of shooting.

Sometimes Jason missed the mark and had to help it along with a bit of "coloring-in", but it was always ready for filming.

It was because of all the food in the show; bread and ham, cheese, pickled onions, roast dinners, chocolate, etc. It was meant to show the Larkin family's generous spirit and carefree love of life.

There were also fried breakfasts cooked fresh on the set on a little stove. One day on the set, the shooting schedule meant Jason sat down to breakfast five times, which meant it was piled with bacon and eggs.

Jason asked if he could skip the fry-ups, so they switched to kippers, which was just as bad. The extra weight he put on meant he couldn't wear a dinner jacket to that year's BAFTA's that fit the year before.

He had to go on a few months of dieting to regain his former, "sylph-like" weight. A Touch of Frost also had a tough food regime that was hard on Jason's stomach, because Frost wasn't a healthy eater, e.

People used to remark on it to Jason, that he was eating badly. She had to deliver most of the dialogue and even though she knew it was there, she did the scene perfectly.

It was only after the cameras stopped rolling that she wanted to know what the corpsing Jason was up to.

Ferris is known for being very professional. Jason was never asked if he wanted to pursue a personal project until the end of The Darling Buds of May He decided he wanted to play a detective, which culminated in A Touch of Frost Before he got the role, five books, all crime fictions in different areas by different authors were posted to him.

Jason took them on holiday to Florida and read them over the next fortnight by the pool. Before Jason settled on Detective Inspector Jack Frost, he considered a Sherlock Holmes type detective because it was different from anything else he had done.

Jason called from Florida saying he wanted Frost. Neither Jason nor Tessa Peake-Jones were parents during the episode of Only Fools and Horses when Raquel gave birth to Damien, so to make the scene realistic, they took advice from midwives at the West Middlesex Hospital while filming the scene.

Nicholas Lyndhurst couldn't attend Jason's after party for fifty people during his knighting ceremony in but John Sullivan did as well as Brian Cosgrove ; Jason took the opportunity to announce his second wedding, to rapturous applause and table thumping.

When alone in a caravan on a film shoot for A Touch of Frost , Jason turned it into a workshop, making models from plastic kits, or during the evening to relax.

He liked to build ships and planes which than developed into rockets and than launchable rockets between two and five feet tall, with an engine and an explosive component that could fly between and ft in the air; Jason liked the rockets best because you could get a performance out of them.

Jason assembled them with tools packed in an old makeup case and from specialist parts from obscure sources across Yorkshire.

Jason launched them for cast and crew at the back of Leeds Hospital for three years when they filmed in the mortuary; sometimes to great acclaim, sometimes not.

Jason later built a launch pad from an old lighting stand and added a launcher with a key, lights and a 2-tone alarm.

They were the campest thing you had ever seen in your life. The masterpiece was a Saturn V replica with one of the biggest engines so it was a complex build.

It launched like the real thing by hovering above the pad and set off into the sky. Jason liked launching that one most, especially when they came back, which was never a sure thing, with a parachute that emerged from the nose cone.

After constant use, it failed to launch at all, and was reluctantly retired. On The Royal Bodyguard , the series had an armorer who looked after all the weaponry.

Jason was staggered and moved. Filming A Touch of Frost meant spending a lot of time away from home, at the studios in Leeds or on location in Wetherby, Harrogate, Dewsbury and all local stations.

Yorkshire Television made it easy on Jason by renting out a cottage rather than pay for a hotel, especially since Jason could cook for himself; he just wanted somewhere simple to go at the end of the day to clear his head.

Yorkshire Television found Jason an old farmer's cottage without central heating, so he had to light a fire; on warm evenings he sat out in the garden which was always a pleasure.

When asked did he get lonely, he said he didn't, because he enjoyed the quiet time. He also had his own driver, on call 24hrs a day, who collected Jason from Buckinghamshire for the 3hr drive to Yorkshire while he worked on his scripts, stopping along the way for a bacon and egg roll and a cup of tea "a very Frost-like meal".

Jason lived in a spartan farm cottage while the cast stayed at a hotel. Jason liked the darkness of A Touch of Frost after the lightness of Only Fools and Horses and The Darling Buds of May because it showed audiences he could play both, but lightness became a part of Frost too.

He didn't name his son David so things wouldn't get complicated around the house. Jason got a letter from someone saying they saw a house on the market identical to Toad Hall from The Wind in the Willows ; it was three miles from Jason's house.

He went looking for it and found it. He said it was wonderful and seemed to go on forever, it even had a lake, fed by its own spring.

It wasn't Toad Hall, but he could imagine living in it. It was twice the value of the house he owned then. He thought about it but had to pay full price when he lost a coin toss despite his reputation as a wheeler-dealer.

But just driving up to the house made him realize how much he wanted it. Behind the cottage where Jason lives is the River Taff and a grassy mountain where he can have a think about things.

It has a wonderful view. He used to go to a hotel periodically for seminars to go through scripts, plot developments and story ideas for A Touch of Frost Not because of lack of storylines or Jason losing interest in the character he would have happily played him forever.

The problem was Jason's age: at 68, Jack Frost was the oldest copper on the force. He would have retired ten years before or sooner, so he bowed out.

He told Jason they race 3-wheel vans against each other, paint them yellow with Trotters Independent Traders down the sides of them, like the van from Only Fools and Horses Jason went down to have a look, but he didn't see a race.

They slipped it into a Hercules plane among other stuff on a supply run and when it was unloaded the crew would find the van, filled up with chewing gum, toothpaste, cake and Danger Mouse and Count Duckula tapes from Brian Cosgrove with labels saying Debbie Does Dallas and Unzipperdedoodah and all sorts to amuse them.

Jason didn't ask for any publicity because he didn't want anyone to think it was just for that, but a private joke between the RAF and the Trotters.

The van was put in the hold and covered up with medical supplies and ammunition and flew to Kuwait, where it's discovery brought some light relief.

He's a big Discworld fan and had wanted to play Rincewind for some time. Made a controversial joke about ogling women on set and feeling them up on The One Show on the 9th of December, His father worked at Billingsgate fish market and carried boxes on his head.

I've been fascinated by deep sea diving since watching Jacques-Yves Cousteau 's TV programmes as a lad. Marriage is like throwing yourself into a river when you only wanted a drink of water.

I've never ever 'felt my age', whatever that means. I think that there are a lot of people who feel 22 when in fact they're 62, and there are a lot of youngsters out there who behave as if they were four times their age.

It's an attitude of mind, isn't it? I've done my fair share of waiting on tables in restaurants, cleaning cars, whatever. I was even an electrician at one time, and I've done my fair bit of decorating, too.

But slowly my fortunes changed. It was a long time before TV wanted me - I would have had to commit murder to get a part on the box at one time. Perhaps being a character actor on radio was, in retrospect, the best training I could get.

When you had just three and then four channels, I could always find something that was watchable because the standard of TV was much higher.

In those days they had so much more money to put into so many less programmes. I feel sorry for ITV, who are finding it difficult because of the recession and lack of advertising and they're in a bit of a spiral.

One thing follows the other, of course, and if you don't have advertising revenue, you can't put it into programmes, so you end up with the shows that will generate the most ads, like The X Factor UK and Britain's Got Talent Personally, I'm not sure if I like those shows, but other people do, so I suppose, from ITV's point of view, it's good programming.

But I'm an actor and so of course I want to see TV companies making good dramas. I want that to be a priority.

A show like the Only Fools and Horses Christmas special got 24 million viewers, so practically everyone in the country was watching.

But of course it's a different world now, with so many channels. And those kind of figures are really difficult to achieve.

It doesn't help that channels try to split the audience by putting their best shows head-to-head.

Why play silly buggers with the audience, especially in the case of the BBC, who don't need to do it at all?

In the end the motive is just plain power hunger and empire-building and it's unnecessary; it doesn't serve the audience.

When I worked with Ronnie Barker , who was very well known himself at the time, I always remember him saying, 'You don't have to be a shit to be a big star, David.

When we did Only Fools and Horses , it was a five-day week. You'd rehearse for four days and record on a Sunday, but it was much more laid back.

The Royal Bodyguard has been extremely intensive. I think that's because today's budgets are so tight, not just at the BBC, but for everybody.

It's been really hard work. But Cotton said, 'David Jason? Who's he? Clive Dunn has a much better reputation.

I was bitterly disappointed, but that's showbusiness. Everything I've done has been a pleasure, touch wood.

I love my job. Ronnie Barker said to me, 'Aren't we lucky: being paid very well for making ourselves laugh? John Sullivan 's scripts were always very funny, and cast and crew got on well.

You can't convince an audience if you're not enjoying it yourself. The trouble now is we have stand-up comedians who have forgotten about innuendo.

Everyone knew what it was about and the audience filled in the gaps. Today they push down barriers. Take the 'f' word. It's become commonplace. Stephen Fry - I'm a great fan and think he's clever - puts up a good argument for using all swearwords as a rich part of our language.

But he couldn't persuade me. Language has implications and it's offensive if it's meant to denigrate something or someone.

Only Fools had nothing unpleasant, really. I shouldn't be telling you this, but when Del Boy calls Rodney a dipstick, BBC executives thought it was OK because, 'He's so tall and thin, how terribly funny,' so it slipped past.

Had they known the cockney rhyming slang they might have taken it out. Comedy is a funny business, which you have to take seriously.

It requires a lot of thought, energy and adrenaline, so when you return home you want to calm down, recharge your batteries and not be the life and soul of the party.

I'm not perfect, though. Any woman who takes on someone in this business has a bit of a handful.

People have high expectations. You enter a room and know they're thinking, 'He'll be funny,' and you go, 'Leave it out, love. I'm having a day off. The most important thing for me is that I can sit back and watch it with my ten-year-old daughter, Sophie, without thinking, 'Whoops, why did they say that?

Oh blimey' - and then unable get to the 'off ' knob fast enough. I try to protect what she sees on television, but you can't. Take the adverts: I was watching SpongeBob, a favourite cartoon of ours, but suddenly a scent advert came on with this girl stripping off as she walks towards the camera.

It's done for mums but they forget a lot of girls are watching these powerful images. There wasn't much on telly the other night so with Sophie and her friend we watched Laurel and Hardy, made in the s, and these kids laughed like drains.

That's humour - doing what funny people have done since comedy began without being edgy and pushing boundaries.

When asked what kind of thing do you have in mind for yourself, my answer was I don't know. My life seemed to be coming together in this period, or settling into a rhythm.

I felt about as foolish as I have ever felt. Learning wasn't really my thing, and it was fairly clear from an early stage that I would be unlikely to be troubling the scorers at Oxford.

Many of the world's leading film stars are shorties, mentioning no Tom Cruises. I was going to do the unsteady thing. I was going to become an actor.

The real dream for me was acting. I felt time creeping on. I couldn't bear the idea of getting to 35 and not having given it a shot - and then maybe living with the regret and the sense of what if for the rest of my life.

The self-taught among us have our own particularly strong strain of the common actors' virus - and somehow no amount of success and acclaim ever quite squeezes it out of you.

Comments about my height were water off a not very tall duck's back. One thing which I definitely had in my favor was determination.

My two favorite activities in the world: diving and flying. I am rarely happier than when deep in the water or high in the sky.

Psychiatrists: help yourself. I had been one of those people who didn't quite have the courage or the know-how to take the future into their own hands, but who were waiting for it to happen - waiting to be discovered.

And waiting to be discovered wasn't necessarily going to work. You needed to find to make it happen, or you needed something, or someone, to give you a shove.

All actors are a mix of confidence and doubt - of bulletproof self-belief one minute, and trembling insecurity the next. Its what makes us such a joy to be around.

But it was completely tiddly. And I was completely green and oblivious. I was in the traditional catch that traps so many performers when they first set out on their fumbling way towards a career: you can't get any work unless you've acted before, and if you haven't acted before, you can't get any work.

If you're a comic actor, the idea of people laughing at absolutely anything is actually rather worrying. You want to know why people are laughing. You want to be in control of the reason they laugh.

You want to know it's coming from something you've done - something you could do again if you had to. Lots of actors wait tables while 'resting' between jobs.

Not me. I did electrics while 'resting', and waited tables while I was working. Sometimes you take your life in your hands just walking up the street.

In fact, I mostly ended up playing taxi driver for all my car-less male mates. No actor, to my knowledge, has ever been described as steady. Comedy lies in how you draw out that time and fill it - edging gradually closer, almost committing, backing off, starting again, and hoping to pull the audience in and out with you.

What else is the gift of acting, if not the ability to convince other people that you are something other than what you actually are?

At the end of the day, I was quite often entirely blackened, like some poor Victorian kid who'd been sent up a chimney. At last, no doubt to my parents' immense relief, I had flown the nest - and at the age of 26, probably not a moment too soon.

Me and alcohol learned to be careful around one another. Tales of tippling actors are legion. I was used to directors helping an actor to draw the nuance out of a character, as tended to happen in the theatre.

In television, you were supposed to know that already. Alcohol I could happily entertain the concept of, but the thought of illicit substances made me nervous.

Lofty ambitions aside, what I loved about acting was the chance it gave you to adapt. Fame had temporarily exhausted his patience with lesser mortals, as fame sometimes will.

That was how people were. It spoke to them - they could feel proprietorial about it. It was the humor: none of the adults got it. Mums and Dads would say I don't know what you're watching this rubbish for and that just elevated it higher in kids estimations.

It was mad. But none of us were complaining. I couldn't have been more blissfully happy, really. There was a wonderful freedom to it all.

I was doing something I loved but under no pressure. I was an unknown actor, so there were no expectations. No one was expecting me to deliver.

That came later. I was free to bury myself in work and enjoy it. I learned from this why so many people find solace in painting and drawing.

It amuses me that the conversation which gave rise to so much of my career in television took place in the tiny, run-down bar of the Bournemouth Pier Theatre.

Absolutely sure of themselves in a way I could never have imagined being in those days. They were highly educated, very articulate and quite experienced.

They were very chummy with each other and a bit cliquey. When the person I was with got too close or I felt that I was getting too involved, I drew away.

I was very adept at snuffing out the spark, I'm sorry to say. An absolute expert at it. I thought he looked slightly smaller in the flesh.

But then people often say the same about me. He was a total nightmare. Ah, well, bet that show doesn't come to anything anyway.

If you lost that, you lost everything about it. Bob was an early adopter of new technology. If I had followed the money and not my heart, I wouldn't have got to work with Ronnie Barker.

It profoundly affected the course of my life thereafter. I have never been a naturally assertive or confrontational person.

But I knew what I wanted and I made sure I stood firm and got it. When you're out of work, unsure where you're headed, or even headed anywhere at all, and you're looking at the success that people are having without you The cheapest way to get into the air, and the cheapest kind of aircraft money could buy.

But what you've got to remember about experiences like these is that they take place in excruciating circumstances: witheringly, belittlingly, in a roomful of people and with someone popping up every minute or so with a bit of powder on a puff.

It's not uncomplicated, is what I'm saying. If any actor tells you their idle contemplations haven't turned longingly, at some point or other, to the prospect of a major American film deal, they're almost certainly fibbing.

Don't be such a fool as not to use things that work when they're offered to you. If someone has blazed a trail, don't muck about in the long grass: follow them up it.

If it works, and has been proved to work, you'd be an idiot not to help yourself. Bob's house was even more vast than his knowledge of comedy.

He had a deep respect for the physical comedy of the silent stars. With regard to comedy, he was a student as much as anything else, and a collector of it.

You have to have been in a film to be considered for a film. It's a catch and equity all over again.

So if you somehow do break through and get to make a film, you're off and running. That's how it works, isn't it?

How far from the truth can you get? It wasn't about Ronnie Barker being the big star, the needy comedian, having to get the laughs.

It was about what Ronnie, as an actor, thought worked best for the piece. That was his fundamental philosophy. He saw the bigger picture at all times.

It's hard to explain what makes two actors sit comfortably opposite one another on camera, and come across well together, and no doubt there are many contributing factors; that shared sense of timing, which can take a verbal form as well as a physical one.

Sometimes you can find that rhythm with someone over the course of time. I turned up when I was told to turn up, I stood where I was told to stand and I said the words I was told to say - the definition of film-acting.

Very few people blow a raspberry as well as I do; an area of expertise in which I could be described as a world leader.

I've always tried to emulate him a bit and to feel him on my shoulder. You would have been hard-pushed to find someone less grand or starry.

The trappings of show business and the attention that it brought him were of no interest to Ronnie. I was constantly pinching myself to check that it was really me.

Seven days of tourism. I was a wide-eyed innocent throughout that trip. It didn't occur to me to network or mingle or put myself about or turn the trip to my commercial advantage.

For all the fantasies about a life in film, I lacked the belief. I thought it was far, above and beyond me. I suppose I wanted someone to tell me I was good.

I was incapable of telling them. I was the wrong way round in LA. The loss of his partner inspired David to set up his own charity in her honour, The David Jason Trust for terminally ill children.

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2 Antworten

  1. Daisho sagt:

    Bemerkenswert, der nГјtzliche Gedanke

  2. Tojahn sagt:

    Ja, es ist die verständliche Antwort

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