Celebrating ‘Eastenders’ star Rudolph Walker OBE at 80

Legendary actor Rudolph Walker OBE is celebrating his 80th birthday in style with a special event at Hackney Empire. We speak to the Trinidadian star about his career and life thus far.

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  1. | Jackie

    Use to love him in Love thy neighbor s great in EastEnders too happy 80th birthday Rudolph

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  2. | Aileen Mathieson

    Hope you had a great Birthday.Your are a very funny man

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  3. | Pamela Phillips

    Happy 80th anniversary of your born day.
    You hav left a legacy for ALL tv, movie and theater viewers. Thank you for sharing you gift.
    Pamela Phillips from SE London now in New Jersey, USA.

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  4. | Yolande

    Man you look really good for your age Mr Truman. I love watching love thy neighbour’s it was really funny and it was so hallarus to watch two different races calling each names. I didn’t find offensive at all. As a black woman I must say it was just a comedy programme and everyone laughed at it. I doubt if everyone felt the same but it was comedy and I love both couple on that show. Big up actor in it. Very proud of Patrick in both programmes x

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  5. | Jackie

    Happy birthday I remember you I Love Thy Neighbour it was funny in its time. You’re a great actor

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  6. | Vytal Uee

    It’s such a blessed pleasure to join in with all your well wishers and congratulate you on your eightieth birth year of day’s. Your Dash has left an inspirational trail.
    I had the good pleasure off meeting you many years ago which I’ll never forget. You’ve been an outstanding example to the diaspora and well received by all…..
    May your celebrations continue as I take this opportunity to celebrate with you.
    HAPPY BIRTHDAY RUDOLPH With love. 🎂👏🏼💝🥰😎🙏🏾

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  7. | Patricia Nibbs McQuillen

    From Ten Rillington Place, to Black Silk and now EastEnders, you’ve excelled in every role you’ve undertaken and have been a shining light to all. Enjoy your birthday celebrations and the plaudits, Mr Walker, you deserve them all

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