The Larkins will air on ITV soon, once again recounting the classic take last seen on screens at The Darling Buds of May.
When the original series first aired, the show was an immediate hit. In the years since the show, many stars have moved on to very different things.
First aired between 1991 and 1993, The Darling Buds of May was a dramatic comedy that followed the life of the Larkins family in Kent.
Loved for their slice of life and endearing characters, the stars of the original show have become household names, reports the Express.
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Still, the show has been off screens for 20 years and many original stars have gone on to bigger projects.
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The remake, simply titled The Larkins, hits ITV Sunday, October 10, with a new generation of stars bringing the story of HE Bates to life.
KentLive has all the information on the current location of the main cast from the 1990s.
Pop Larkin – David Jason
David Jason, best known for starring in Only Fools and Horses as Derek ‘Del Boy’ Trotter, played Pop Larkin in the ’90s comedy.
After his appearance in the series, he will play the role of DI Frost in A Touch of Frost which ran from 1992 to 2010.
Today, Jason is still working and finishing the last series of Still Open All Ours in 2019.
Lately he has been working as a voice actor, voicing various characters in Pip Ahoy! from 2014 to 2020.
My Larkin – Pam Ferris
My Larkin was played by none other than Pam Ferris, a star who has continued to appear in big blockbusters since the series.
In the years that followed, Ferris starred in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Children of Men, and Nativity.
Her last series was Call the Midwife, where she played Sister Evangelina between 2012 and 2016.
Ferris still appears in big projects, as seen in Holmes & Watson in 2018 and Tolkien in 2019.
Mariette Larkin – Catherine Zeta-Jones
Arguably now the biggest star of the original series, Catherine Zeta-Jones has grown into a mega-star since appearing on the series.
Some of the films she appeared in after the show include Chicago, Ocean’s Twelve, Rock of Ages, and RED 2.
Now Zeta-Jones is playing mostly TV again, leading shows such as Queen America, Prodigal Son, and The Coming Wednesday.
Wednesday is an upcoming Netflix animated series focused on Wednesday Addams from the iconic Addams Family – Zeta-Jones will be voicing Morticia Addams.
Edith Pilchester – Rachel Bell
Rachel Bell completes the main cast of the original series, and just like her former co-stars, she still acts to this day.
In fact, Bell can still be seen in Doctors, where she plays the role of Eve Haskey.
Other relatively recent series include Strike, Millie Inbetween, and Birds of a Feather.
The Larkins will air Sunday, October 10 on ITV.