Where the cast of This Life are now

WE all love a trip down memory lane and when it comes to nostalgic TV shows, This Life is up there for many telly fans.

The BBC Two series began in 1996 and followed the lives of five law graduates in their 20s who lived together in a house share.

This Life aired from 1996 to 1997 for two series

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This Life aired from 1996 to 1997 for two seriesCredit: World Productions

The show ran for just two series until 1997 before a reunion special in 2006, but despite it’s short back catalogue, it was included in the British Film Institutes list of the top 100 greatest British TV shows of all time.

Here’s what the cast has been up to since.

Andrew Lincoln

Andrew Lincoln played Egg and has since gone on to star in Love, Actually and The Walking Dead

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Andrew Lincoln played Egg and has since gone on to star in Love, Actually and The Walking DeadCredit: BBC

Andrew, 47, landed his first major role as Egg in This Life.

He then went on to star in Channel 4 series Teachers before making a memorable appearance in hit Christmas film, Love, Actually.

He reached further stardom across the pond when he signed up to play Rick Grimes in The Walking Dead in 2010, a role he played until 2018 but is set to return to in a trilogy of Walking Dead films.

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Jack Davenport

Jack Davenport's best known role since the show is as James Norrington in the Pirates of the Caribbean films

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Jack Davenport’s best known role since the show is as James Norrington in the Pirates of the Caribbean filmsCredit: BBC

Jack played Miles Stewart, a man unlucky in love until he met Francesca.

Jack has also starred in Coupling but is probably best known for his role as James Norrington in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.

He has also appeared in American TV shows including FlashForward and Smash.

Daniela Nardini

Daniela won a BAFTA for her role as Anna Forbes

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Daniela won a BAFTA for her role as Anna ForbesCredit: Getty

Daniela played Anna Forbes in the show, and was quite a troubled character.

The role won her a BAFTA for Best Actress in 1998 and has gone on to appear in a number of other TV shows including Reckless, Sirens and Gunpowder, Treason & Plot.

However, Daniela has hit out at sexism in the industry and told the Telegraph: “Women are seen to be off the market when they are 35.”

Amita Dhiri

Amita played Milly, the girlfiend of Egg and has since starred in The Bill and Holby City

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Amita played Milly, the girlfiend of Egg and has since starred in The Bill and Holby CityCredit: BBC

Amita played Milly Nassim in the show and was in a relationship with Egg.

She also memorably punched Rachel in the face in the final episode.

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Since the show ended she has starred in the likes of Holby City and Silent Witness and The Bill.

Jason Hughes

Jason (bottom) played Warren and appeared in Midsomer Murders for eight years

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Jason (bottom) played Warren and appeared in Midsomer Murders for eight yearsCredit: BBC

Jason played Warren Jones, who struggled to come out to his friends and family during the shows run.

Jason will be a familiar face to crime drama fans, having appeared in Marcella and Midsomer Murders as DS Ben Jones from 2005 until 2013.

Ramon Tikaram

Ramon played Ferdy and has appeared in a whole of host of shows including Man Down, Game of Thrones and currently, Pennyworth

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Ramon played Ferdy and has appeared in a whole of host of shows including Man Down, Game of Thrones and currently, PennyworthCredit: Getty

Ramon played bisexual Ferdinand ‘Ferdy’ Garcia, who sadly died during the show’s reunion episode.

Since then, he has had a varied career appearing in EastEnders, Greg Davies comedy Man Down, Game of Thrones and most recently, Pennyworth.


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