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A long and varied career…
John Lyons is of course best known for playing Sir David Jason’s long-suffering sidekick D.S. George Toolan in ‘A Touch of Frost’ which ran for a very successful 17 ½ years and currently being repeated daily on ITV3. But his life and his acting career, spam much further than that.
He started his acting career as a founder member of the ‘East 15 Acting School’ in 1961. Upon leaving he went into the Professional company of the school ‘Theatre Workshop’ which at the time was under the direction of Joan Littlewood. In the intervening 50 years, John’s career has been both long and varied, covering both West End musicals and straight plays, including three separate years in ‘The Mousetrap’ and tours both in England and The Continent with the Musical ” Oh! What a Lovely War”
His TV appearances are numerous (over 500) ranging from ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Play for Today’ ‘The Sweeney’ to ‘On the Buses’ ‘George & Mildred’ and ‘The 19th Hole with Eric Sykes.
This is his story: from panto to the small and big screen, John continues to entertain audiences around the world. You’ll laugh, you may cry a bit, but you won’t want to stop reading until the very last page.
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