Roger Lloyd-Pack est un Acteur Britannique né le 8 février 1944 à Islington (Royaume-uni)
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Roger Lloyd-Pack, né le 8 février 1944 à Islington et mort le 15 janvier 2014 à Kentish Town, est un acteur britannique.
Il est le fils de Charles Lloyd-Pack, lui-même acteur, qui lui fit découvrir le métier très tôt. Marié deux fois, la première avec Sheila Ball, avec qui il a eu une fille, Emily Lloyd et la deuxième avec la poète Jehane Markham, depuis le 28 avril 2000.
Il est mort le 15 janvier 2014 d'un cancer du pancréas.
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. He had one daughter, actress Emily Lloyd, and three sons: Spencer, Hartley and Louis. He lived most latterly in Kentish Town, north London, though also had a home near Fakenham in Norfolk.
Lloyd-Pack supported Tottenham Hotspur. 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). He was an honorary patron of the London children's charity Scene & Heard.
Lloyd-Pack supported the Labour Party and campaigned for Ken Livingstone in the London mayoral election, 2012. However, in 2013, he signed a letter in The Guardian stating he had withdrawn his support from the Labour Party, in favour of a new party of the left.
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." 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.
In January 2012, he and fellow actor Sarah Parish supported a campaign to raise £1million for The Bridge School in Islington.
Lloyd-Pack had been an endorser of the Voices for the Five Cuba Solidarity Campaign.
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