Robert Llewellyn always promises not to make Red Dwarf return
Robert Llewellyn promises he will "never" to go back to 'Red Dwarf' but he always ends up going back on the sci-fi comedy series
Robert Llewellyn always promises "never" to go back to 'Red Dwarf'.
The 56-year-old star - who plays the robotic Kryten in the sci-fi show - never wants to film another series once he has finished working on it, but always goes back eventually.
He said: "It's one of those shows where at the end I go, 'I'll never do that f***ing show...' but I've said that every single time since 1989."
Robert assumed recording the 10th series of the programme - the first since mini-series 'Back to Earth' in 2009 - would be strange, but claims every time the crew, including Danny John-Jules, Craig Charles and Chris Barrie, get back together, they feel like they have never been apart.
He told BANG Showbiz: "It was weird that it wasn't weird. I must admit the first night of live recording, with the audience, I was bricking it, I was really nervous. Craig wasn't nervous, but I was."
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