John Challis has paid tribute to Nicholas Lyndhurst’s late son Archie.
The ‘Only Fools And Horses’ actor has joined those paying their respects to his former co-star’s son, who has tragically passed away aged 19.
Alongside a series of snaps of Archie, he tweeted: "The saddest news of all today. The death of Archie Lyndhurst,
"Just starting out on his chosen career in acting. My heart aches for Nick and Lucy. They could not have loved him more."
Archie was best known for playing Ollie Coulton on CBBC’s ‘So Awkward’, and his cast mates have also paid tribute.
Cleo Demetriou said: "Archie, I can’t even believe I am writing this. It’s taken me a while to be able to find things to say as I am at an absolute loss for words.
"You were the most beautiful soul I have ever known, the most unique, loving and caring person on this planet. My heart is completely broken knowing I that I can never see you again, never speak to you again and never hug you again.
"Thank you so much for being you, an absolute light in this sometimes very dark world. You were the best Godbrother I could ever have asked for and you were always by my side through my harder moments.
"We also shared my most favourite moments of my life so far. What can I say, We were together through thick and thin. (sic)"
Sophie Dall’aglio added: "It feels impossible for me to be writing this, I’m still waiting for you to call me and tell me it’s a horrible joke. How unfair that you should go and leave us here without you.
"You were one of the funniest, most aspirational people I’ve ever met, but also the cringiest and most irritating, and that’s precisely why I love you.
"I pray that I will always remember the sound of your voice, your laugh, your smile. I’m so thankful that I have nothing but happy memories of us to look back on."
According to The Sun Online, Archive was found at his family home in Fulham last week in non-suspicious circumstances.
Police are no longer said to be actively investigating, and an inquest into his death is to be opened next week.
Archie also starred as a young version of Jack Whitehall’s ‘Bad Education’ character Alfie Wickers in the sitcom in 2014.