Archie Lyndhurst Wiki – Bio – Cause of Death
Just Fools and Horses star Nicholas Lyndhurst’s son, rchie Lyndhurst, died at the age of 19 after a short illness.
Archie Lyndhurs Start of Career as acting
Archie played Ollie Coulton on the CBBC comedy show So Awkward, a sitcom about a middle school group of friends from his first series in 2015, reported the BBC.
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Archie Lyndhurs Acting
He started his acting career at the Sylvia Junior Theater School at the age of 10, and his father, who was alongside his son in the 2019 episode of the program, said he inherited his son’s “acting gene”.
“It will be deeply missed by all of us and our deepest condolences will go to family and friends right now,” said Cheryl Taylor, head of content at CBBC.
Tribute to Archie Lyndhurs by Channel X North
Channel X North, the production company that made So Awkward, said it was “deeply shocked and upset” by the news.
“He was an incredibly talented actor, and his contribution to So Awkward on and off the screen will not be forgotten,” they added.
“He was a generous, kind-hearted young man with whom we were honored to have been working on the program for seven years, as well as being very funny. Our thoughts are with his family and friends now.”
John Challis, who played Aubrey “Boycie” Boyce on Only Fools, said Archie’s death was “the saddest news”.
“My heart goes to her mother, father, and everyone who knows her,” says actress Sue Holderness, who plays Boycie’s husband, Marlene in the show.
Archie played a younger incarnation of comedian Jack Whitehall in 75 episodes of So Awkward and various TV shows such as the BBC Three sitcom Bad Education.