Roger Lloyd-Pack was not only a talented actor, but worked tirelessly to challenge injustice and inequality in everything he did.
For years he played an active role in progressive organisations from challenging illegal wars to campaigning against hospital closures. He helped to launch the People’s Assembly, traveling the country and speaking at packed rallies and meetings. He also worked hard to inspire fellow actors and colleagues to get involved in the movement. He was always willing to use his acting talents to help raise funds and awareness for the movement.
He was a national treasure in more ways than one, and what always struck people who met him was how humble he was. It was a great pleasure working with such an exceptional man and Roger’s contribution to the movement will not be forgotten.
On behalf of the People’s Assembly I’d like to send sincere condolences to his family and friends.