David Jason, 83, is best known for his role in the BBC series Only Fools and Horses. After a long and successful career on TV, the star has made millions. But how much does he have in his bank account?
He also appeared in other productions such as “A Touch of Frost”, “Count Duckula”, “Open All Hours”, or “The Wind in the Willows”.
His screen debut was in 1972 with the movie “Under Milk Wood”.
He won his first Bafta TV award in 1987 for his performance in “Porterhouse Blue”.
Part of his earnings came from other work such as documentaries, book deals and voiceover work.
Although Only Fools and Horses has been off screen for many years, he still earns an incredible sum of money.
The star earns approximately £1million a year and made more than £2.3million in the last two years.
In 2017, he was named a top earner on the BBC list.
His salary is reported to be between £300,000 and £349,999.
“To a great scene with the great cast filming Only Fools And Horses,” he told The Guardian.
David now lives with his wife Gill Hinchcliffe in Buckinghamshire, England.
The couple have a daughter, Sophie Mae.
Sophie is the actor’s only child and was born when he was 61.
The legendary actor has suffered health issues over recent months.
In August he revealed how he had to undergo hip surgery postponing a convention for Only Fools and Horses fans.
He was then seen on crutches outside his home.
He followed this up with a post on social network X, where a video showed him dropping his crutches and defiantly walking off.
The account wrote: “A little video from Sir David Jason after his successful surgery,” the caption reads.
“Let’s send him some love.”
Fans were left delighted with one saying: “Legend.” Another said: “Champ.”