He’s been busy filming Still Open All Hours for the show’s upcoming Christmas special.
And David Jason, 77, proved he knew exactly how to steal the scene, as he larked about while filming on set of the British comedy in Doncaster on Monday.
Tickling his sense of humour, the comedy legend pulled a funny face and made bunny ears with his fingers behind a member of the crew, as they appeared engrossed in a script.
That’s one way to steal the scene! David Jason, 77, made bunny ears behind a crew member’s head in between breaks of filming on the set of Still Open All Hours in Doncaster on Monday
The dashing television sensation was raring to go as he was clad in his trademark costume for the BBC1 sitcom.
Layering up, the Sir David wore his long beige coat buttoned over his jumper, shirt and tie to keep off the chill in the autumn air.
While the actor had prepared to be busy filming the scenes for the show, he took the opportunity to lark around during camera breaks – embracing his sense of fun, as Only Fools And Horses star David was seen laughing at himself as he goofed around.
Sense of fun: The dashing television sensation was raring to go when he goofed on the scene as he was clad in his trademark costume
Still Open All Hours is a comedy which follows the story of Granville (David) who takes over the family corner shop after inheriting the place from his uncle.
David joins his fellow co-stars James Baxter and Stephanie Cole for the show.
This Christmas special will mark the fourth special episode to air on the small screen. The spin-off – which also stars Maggie Ollerenshaw and Scottish actress Brigit Forsyth – has proven a huge hit since its 2014 comeback.
Still Open All Hours was first revived on Boxing Day 2013 and the original Christmas special was the most-watched show of the day – a massive success following its return to TV after almost 30 years.
Last year, its episodes drew the highest viewing figures of any comedy in the past 12 months.
Ronnie Barker, who was a star of the series, had died of heart failure in 2005 aged 76, so many viewers had found the show’s rival to be a heart-warming tribute.
On his return, David said at the time: ‘I can’t wait for viewers to see the scrapes Granville gets into this series, almost as much as I can’t wait to start filming them.’
David, who also starred as the fast-talking market trader Del Boy in Only Fools and Horses from 1981 to 2003, was spotted filming in Doncaster for much of this week, sporting a bushy grey beard in the South Yorkshire market town.
Revealed: This Christmas special will mark the fourth special episode to air on the small screen