Ricky Gervais has been spotted filming the latest series of After Life in Beaconsfield.

BFP reporter George Roberts snapped some photos of the Marlow resident on location for the new season of the Netflix comedy drama.

Mr Gervais was seen in the grounds of St Mary’s and All Saints Church this afternoon.

It comes after the ‘million-pound town’ featured in the drama saw house prices go up by seven per cent earlier this year.

Bucks Free Press:

Beaconsfield has featured heavily in the first two seasons of After Life, with the Old Town Registration Office, in Windsor End, serving as the set for the Autumnal Leaves Care Home, where Tony Johnson’s father, who suffers from dementia, lives.


The crematorium from episode six is behind St Mary and All Saints Church, with the graveyard also featuring in the series.

Bucks Free Press:

Mr Gervais, who plays Tony Johnson, a local newspaper writer who is struggling to come to terms with his wife’s death, was also seen filming at the Royal Standard of England pub in Forty Green this week.

The Reading-born comic has a home in Marlow and is regularly seen around the area.

Filming for the third season started on April 19 – but it hasn’t yet been confirmed when it will be released.