Roger Lloyd Pack

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Roger Lloyd Pack

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Death: January 15, 2014 (69)
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Son of Charles Lloyd Pack and Ulrike Elisabeth Lloyd-Pack (Pulay)
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About Roger Lloyd Pack

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Lloyd-Pack

Personal life Lloyd-Pack was married twice: first to Sheila Ball, from whom he was divorced in 1972, and secondly to the poet and dramatist Jehane Markham (the daughter of David Markham), whom he married in 2000.[7] He had one daughter, actress Emily Lloyd, and three sons. He lived most latterly in Kentish Town, North London,[8] but also had a home near Fakenham in Norfolk.[9]

Lloyd-Pack supported Tottenham Hotspur.[10] He voiced the pre-match build-up montage video shown ahead of all Tottenham Hotspur's home matches which is still played today.

In June 2008, he appeared as a guest on the BBC's The Politics Show, arguing the case for better-integrated public transport (specifically railways).[11] He was an honorary patron of the London children's charity Scene & Heard.[12]

Lloyd-Pack supported the Labour Party and campaigned for Ken Livingstone in the London mayoral election, 2012.[13] However, in 2013, he signed a letter in The Guardian stating he had withdrawn his support from the Labour Party, in favour of a new party of the left.[14]

In a 2008 interview, when asked what profession he would have chosen aside from acting, Lloyd-Pack said: "Psychiatrist or a psychoanalyst or something in the psycho world because I’ve always been interested in that... or I might have been a photographer... I also would have loved to have been a musician."[15] In that same interview, he listed his favourite directors as Peter Gill, Harold Pinter, Richard Eyre, Thea Sharrock, and Tina Packer, and also listed actor Paul Scofield as both a favourite and influence.[15]

In January 2012, he and fellow actor Sarah Parish supported a campaign to raise £1million for The Bridge School in Islington.[16]

Death On 15 January 2014, Lloyd-Pack died of pancreatic cancer at his home in Kentish Town at the age of 69.[17][18][19] His funeral was held at the church of St. Paul's, Covent Garden. He was buried in Highgate Cemetery, northwest London.[20]

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Roger Lloyd Pack's Timeline

1944
February 8, 1944
2014
January 15, 2014
Age 69