Actor Trevor Peacock has reportedly died at the age of 89.
The agent of the vicar of Dibley Star confirmed the news, according to the Press Association.
Trevor was best known for his role as Jim Trott on the popular sitcom that also starred Dawn French and James Fleet.
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Trevor was born in London in 1931.
His other film roles included Fred Claus (2007) and Neverwhere (1996).
He leaves Mrs. Tilly Tremayne.
Trevor joined the cast of Vicar of Dibley in the first episode in 1994, playing councilor Jim Trott.
The character was known for stuttering “no, no, no, no,” making his incredibly weak joke and sexual references.
He has not appeared in the final Lockdown episodes in which Dawn French repeated her role as Pastor Geraldine.
Trevor’s last appearance as Jim was in the 2015 Comic Relief Special.
Trevor also appeared in numerous theater appearances during his long career, including at the Royal Exchange in Manchester.
Trevor’s writing and other roles
In addition to acting, he has also written a number of shows including Leaping Ginger and Andy Capp.
According to IMDB, his first film job was an uncredited role in the 1961 comedy What a Whopper.
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In addition to Vicar of Dibley, he was also seen in the TV shows Hotel Babylon, The Old Guys and The Royal.
He also appeared on EastEnders and played Sid on the BBC soap in 2005.
Trevor also played several roles in The Bill between 1988 and 1993.
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