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Paul Eddington

Paul Eddington

United Kingdom

Age: 68

Born: 18 Jun, 1927

Died: 04 Nov, 1995

Known for

In Yes Minister as Rt Hon James Hackeras Rt Hon James Hacker

in Yes Minister
In Yes Prime Minister as James Hackeras James Hacker

in Yes Prime Minister
In The Good Life as Jerry Leadbetteras Jerry Leadbetter

in The Good Life
In The Camomile Lawn as Richardas Richard

in The Camomile Lawn

TV Series Starring Paul Eddington

The Camomile LawnThe Camomile Lawn
Channel 4, 1992 | Drama, Family, Action, Military/War
Rating: 1/5

Mary Wesley's WWII tale of five young cousins.

Yes Prime MinisterYes Prime Minister
BBC Three, 1986 | Comedy, Drama
Rating: 3.8/5

"Yes, Prime Minister" is the sequel to the popular British series "Yes Minister". It aired from 1986 to 1988 and is the story of the continuing battles between Jim Hacker, who is now Prime Minister, and Sir Humphrey, who has been promoted to Cabinet Secretary.

Yes MinisterYes Minister
BBC Three, 1980 | Comedy
Rating: 3.8/5

This is the story of the endless battles between the Government in the form of Jim Hacker, a brand new Cabinet Minister and the Civil Service of his department run by Sir Humphrey Appleby. Stuck in the middle of it all is civil servant Bernard Whooley.

The Good LifeThe Good Life
BBC One, 1975 | Comedy
Rating: 1/5

The Good Life was an immensely popular British comedy of the 1970s. Tom and Barbara Good decide to abandon the rat race and live off their own resources, in their case a large house in posh Surbiton, where they plough up the garden and introduce a goat called Geraldine, a couple of pigs called Pinky and Perky, and various hens ruled over by a rooster nicknamed Lenin for his autocratic manner.