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'Falling through the bar' was based on theatre stunts

Only Fools And Horses star Sir David Jason says the "falling through the bar" scene was based on similar stunts on stage.

He told how the writer John Sullivan once saw a man "nearly" fall through a bar hatch.

Chloe Kerr, The Sun, 22nd November 2020

David Jason, 80, still rakes in £1m a year

Famous for playing wideboy Del in the hit BBC comedy Only Fools And Horses 30 years ago, Sir David has amassed cash for documentaries, voiceovers and book deals.

Janine Yaqoob, The Mirror, 21st November 2020

David Jason: They thought I'd be Grandad, not Del Boy

The Only Fools And Horses star looks back on his career in TV - and other high-flying exploits.

Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt, BBC, 29th October 2020

Nicholas Lyndhurst being comforted by David Jason

Caring Sir David Jason has been comforting his former Only Fools And Horses co-star Nicholas Lyndhurst in the wake of his son's death, Sun Online can reveal.

Alex Winter, The Sun, 11th October 2020

Still Open All Hours to return

Contrary to tabloid reports, Still Open All Hours has not been cancelled by the BBC and is due to return to screens.

British Comedy Guide, 20th September 2020

Sir David Jason says back your independent traders

Only Fools legend Sir David Jason today urges Sun on Sunday readers to back their independent traders - saying it is "what Del Boy would want".

Sarah Arnold & David Wooding, The Sun, 31st May 2020

David Jason signs Century deal for new autobiography

Century has snapped up a third volume of autobiography by Sir David Jason, called A Del Of A Life: Lessons I've Learned.

Mark Chandler, The Bookseller, 2nd April 2020

David Jason says modern comedy is ruined by producers

The actor has been in the comedy industry for decades but admitted that modern comedy falls flat when bosses have already given away the punch lines prior to the show.

Tamara Davison, The Mirror, 16th March 2020