1929 – Ronald William George Barker was born 25th of September in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England.
Barker attended Oxford High School.
1945 – Ronnie Barker left the school and took a job as a bank clerk.
1948 – He wrote to the Aylesbury Repertory Company and his show business career began.
He then worked as an actor and assistant stage manager with the Manchester Repertory Company.
1956 – Ronnie Barker’s first radio appearance, he went on to play a variety of minor characters in The Navy Lark.
1957 – Barker married Joy Tubb.
1971 – He appeared in the film The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins.
1971-1987 – He appeared on the show The Two Ronnies.
1973-1985 – Ronnie Barker also starred in the Open All Hours Albert Arkwright.
1973-1977 – Starred in the show Porridge Norman Fletcher.
1976 – Ronnie Barker starred in the film Robin and Marian as Friar Tuck.
1979 – Ronnie Barker starring in Porridge as Fletcher Porridge ran for three series.
2002 – Baker starred in the BBC drama The Gathering Storm.
2003 – Ronnie Barker in My House in Umbria.
2005 – Ronnie Baker died 3rd of October due to Heart Failure in London, England.
His life and work was honoured at the British Academy Television Awards in 2006.