Tessa Peake-Jones saw co-star's penis

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 5 December 2014
Tessa Peake-Jones

Tessa Peake-Jones

'Only Fools and Horses' actress Tessa Peake-Jones has seen her "gorgeous" 'Granchester' co-star's penis

Tessa Peake-Jones has seen her "gorgeous" 'Grantchester' co-star's penis.

The 57-year-old actress got close and personal with James Norton on the set of hippie film 'Bonobo' as she admitting to seeing his private parts while filming.

Tessa - who rose to fame playing Raquel Turner in BBC sitcom 'Only Fools and Horses'- exclusively told BANG showbiz: "James is one of the commune members, so my first vision of him was doing yoga in the garden stark naked.

"It's about a commune in England, set today, run by a hippie person and they base themselves on the Bonobo tribe which are a tribe of monkeys who never fight, they are female led and they resolve everything through sex, touch and massage."

Tessa - who also stars alongside James in the hit ITV drama 'Grantchester' - described the experience as a "delight" due to the 29-year-old actor's good looks.

She said: "It was a delight for me having to film it – he was completely naked it was gorgeous – what a job!"

The veteran actress admitted how she loved working with James and was full of praise for their 'Grantchester' co-star Al Weaver, 33, explaining how they had "lots of laughs" and "wicked" moments in between filming.

She shared: "The joy was being in my 50s and spending most days with two absolutely gorgeous men, I had James Norton and Al Weaver what more could I want at 57 years old? We had a lot of laughs off-camera! They are naughty and wicked and funny and gorgeous all at the same time."

'Grantchester' is out on DVD now.


  • 3 stars
  • 2014
  • UK
  • 1h 23min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Matthew Hammett Knott
  • Written by: Joanna Benecke/Matthew Hammett Knott
  • Cast: Tessa Peake-Jones, James Norton, Will Tudor, Josie Lawrence
  • UK release: 5 December 2014

When strait-laced widow Judith (Peake-Jones) attempts to retrieve her wayward daughter (Wyld) from a hippy commune, free-spirited leader Anita (Lawrence) insists she stay for a while. Although the attempt to examine the maternal bond gets a bit overwhelmed by farce, it's fantastic to see Peake-Jones and Lawrence on screen.

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