Arthur White (actor)

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Arthur White
Born Arthur B. White
1933 (age 83–84)
Finchley, London
Occupation Actor
Parent(s) Arthur R White
Olwen Jones
Relatives David Jason (brother)
Sophie Mae White (niece)
Unnamed brother (deceased) [1]

Arthur White (born 1933) is an English stage and screen actor, best known for his occasional role as police archivist Ernie Trigg in the crime drama A Touch of Frost, alongside his real-life younger brother David Jason. His parents were Arthur R White and Olwen Jones. He also appeared briefly along with his brother in two episodes of The Darling Buds of May.

In 2008, he worked with Jason again on the comic fantasy The Colour of Magic, where he starred as a character called "Rerpf". He has also made appearances on popular television series such as The Professionals, London's Burning, As Time Goes By, Heartbeat and Family Affairs.

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  1. ^ Moreton, Cole (18 December 2011). "David Jason on Europe, X Factor and returning to the BBC". Daily Mail. London. 

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