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She was behind the scenes during the series of televised interviews with disgraced American president Richard Nixon, for which Frost is probably most famous.
He changed his stage name to David Jason, borrowing the "Jason" from his favourite film Jason and the Argonauts, after discovering there was already a David White on the books of the British actors' union Equity.
He became a protege of veteran comedian Ronnie Barker, appearing in Porridge and Hark at Barker.
In 1981, he found his most enduring and popular role, as Derek "Del Boy" Trotter in the BBC comedy Only Fools and Horses.
He stunned his friends by marrying actress Lynne Frederick — whose previous husband, Peter Sellers, had died just six months earlier.
The actor said his next project would be a "black comedy/drama" called Albert Memorial, also for ITV.