Who is Trevor Peacock? Trevor Peacock Bio/Wiki
Trevor Peacock was an English actor, screenwriter, and songwriter who starred alongside Dawn French in the BBC comedy series The Vicar of Dibley as Jim Trott. He was born on 19 May 1931 in Edmonton, London, England.
Peacock was diagnosed with dementia in 2009 and was confirmed to have advanced dementia, had retired from acting, and was staying in a nursing home in Yeovil, Somerset, in 2018. His most recent appearance was in The Vicar of Dibley Comic Relief Special from 2015.
He passed away on March 8, 2021, at the age of 89.
We are all saddened to learn that Trevor Peacock, who played Jim Trott so brilliantly in The Vicar of Dibley has passed away at the age of 89. Our thoughts are with his family and friends. pic.twitter.com/h9qyQSThgE
— GOLD (@goldchannel) March 9, 2021
He was 89 years old.
Peacock had two marriages. Iris Jones was his first wife, from whom he is divorced. Actress Tilly Tremayne was his second wife.
Actors Daniel Peacock and Harry Peacock were Peacock’s sons, and Sally and Maudie were his daughters. He was a Yeovil Town supporter and lived in the Somerset village of East Coker.
Trevor Peacock’s net worth is estimated to be $800,000 (approximately £600,000).
Jim Trott in The Vicar of Dibley, Rouault in Madame Bovary, Quilp in The Old Curiosity Shop, and Old Bailey in Neverwhere are only a few of Peacock’s many television appearances.
EastEnders, LWT’s Wish Me Luck, Jonathan Creek, Between the Lines, The Riff-Raff Element, The Thin Blue Line, and My Family were among the shows in which he appeared.
Peacock wrote the lyrics for several of The Vernons Girls’ hits. “Be Nice To Him Mama,” “You Know What I Mean,” “Funny All Over,” and “He’ll Never Come Back” are among the songs.
He wrote the lyrics for Passion Flower Hote, a musical, and Andy Capp, a musical based on a popular newspaper cartoon strip (music by Alan Price).
He hosted Drumbeat for the BBC and wrote scripts for Oh Boy! and Six-Five Special before launching his acting career. Heart of Hark’un, a fantasy BBC radio play from 1991, starred him.
In Budapest in 2002, he filmed an episode of Dinotopia as the mysterious sage Lok in “Night of the Wartosa,” in which he played the mysterious sage Lok. In 2010, he starred in Claudius and the Old Guys.
Trevor Peacock has died from a dementia-related illness at the age of 89. On behalf of his family, his representative released the following statement: “Trevor Peacock, actor, writer, and songwriter, died aged 89 on the morning of March 8th from a dementia-related illness.”
Rest in peace, Trevor Peacock.#YTFC 💚
— Yeovil Town FC (@YTFC) March 9, 2021
RIP Trevor Peacock. Fabulous actor! ❤️ https://t.co/WGfp4PQgnz
— DawnLoweActress (@DawnLoweActress) March 9, 2021
Break my heart why don’t you https://t.co/Rtc8SBStDC
— fried rice and bluegrass (@merv1618) March 9, 2021
We’re saddened to hear of the death of actor Trevor Peacock. pic.twitter.com/YKPYl91k1m
— BBC Press Office (@bbcpress) March 9, 2021