THE YOUNG ONES has received a trigger warning for its 'racist and homophobic' content – but what happened to the sitcom’s stars?
The fortunes of the former students of Scumbag College could not be more different.
Forty years on from when the cult show first aired in 1982, we look back at what happened to the main cast.
Neil – Nigel Planer
The alternative comedian played hippy Neil who became so popular that he scored a number two hit as the character with a cover of A Hole in My Shoe.
Neil would probably consider the actor’s complicated love life to be ‘hea-veeeey’.
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Nigel has two sons, Stanley, 29, and Harvey, 18, from his marriages to model Anna Leigh and actress Frankie Park.
Now he is wed to his former landlady Roberta Green, who is 13 years older than him.
Nigel, 69, said: "We have a competition over who we think will die first. She’s older but women tend to live longer than men, so I tell her I’ll go first. It’s a little morbid."
Recently the actor has played a spymaster in Grantchester and starred in the BBC comedy Mandy.
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Rick – Rik Mayall