Judy (Tessa Wyatt) strolls the

seafront in The Comedian's

Graveyard

Alan Lake (1940-1984): "It Must Be the Architecture - Can't Be the Climate"

Philip Latham (1929- ): "They Go Off in the End - Like Fruit"

Leslie Lawton (Det. Con. Broome): Paid in Full; Case for the Defence (2)


James Laurenson (1940- ): Slip Home in the Dark

Bernard Lee (1908-1981): "Mercury in an Off-White Mac"

Jenny Lee-Wright (1947- ): A Family Affair

Jennie Linden (1939- ): "You Should Hear Me Eat Soup"

William Lucas (Mr. Osborne in the latter two episodes) (1925-2016): "You Can Keep the Medal"; Paid in FullCase for the Defence (3)

Cyril Luckham (1907-1984): I Always Wanted a Swimming Pool

John Lyons (1943- ): Girl in Blue

Philip Madoc (1934-2012): The Morning Wasn't So Hot; "It Had To Be a Mouse"; They All Sound Simple at First (3)


Doreen Mantle (1930- ): The Trouble with Jenny

Petra Markham (1947- ): The Trouble with Jenny

Reginald Marsh (1926-2001): "Protection Is a Man's Best Friend"

Ray McAnally (1926-1989): How About It, Frank?

Henry McGee (1929-2006): "They Go Off in the End - Like Fruit"; "'And a Very Fine Fiddle Has He'" (2)

Stanley Meadows (Joe Rylands) (1931- ): Case for the Defence; The Comedian's Graveyard (2)

Joe Melia (1935-2012): The Comedian's Graveyard

Tony Melody (1922-2008): Horse and Carriage

Norman Mitchell (1918-2001): Divide And Conquer

William Moore (Kenrick in the latter two episodes) (1915-2000): "A Harsh World For Zealots"; "It Must Be the Architecture - Can't Be the Climate"; Divide and Conquer; Paid in Full (4)

Garfield Morgan (1931-2009): "They Go Off In the End - Like Fruit"; "Twenty Pounds Of Heart And Muscle"; "Honesty Is the Best Policy - But Who Can Afford the Premiums?" (3)

Patrick Mower (1940- ): "There Are More Things In Heaven And Earth"

Derren Nesbitt (1935- ): "Protection Is a Man's Best Friend"

Geraldine Newman (1934- ): "I Went To Borrow a Pencil And Look What I Found"Jim Norton (1938- ): "It's a Terrible Way To Be"

Richard O'Callaghan (1940- ): "Mercury in an Off-White Mac"; Divide and Conquer (2)  

Geoffrey Palmer (1927- ): "'And a Very Fine Fiddle Has He'"; "No, No, Nothing Like That" (2)

Judy Parfitt (1935- ): "But the Joneses Never Get Letters"

Richard Pearson (1918-2011): Take No for an Answer


Susan Penhaligon (1949- ): The Fall Guy

Wilfred Pickles (1904-1978): "There's No Future In Monkey Business" 

Gwyneth Powell (1946- ): Unlucky For Some


Nyree Dawn Porter (1936-2001): "I Went To Borrow a Pencil - And Look What I Found"


Bryan Pringle (1935-2002): "You're Not Cinderella, Are You?"; "Home And Away" (2)


John Quayle (1938- ): Unlucky For Some

Gillian Raine (1926- ): "It Must Be the Architecture - Can't Be the Climate"

Hubert Rees (George) (1928-2009): The Beater and the Game; Who Wants To Be Told Bad News?; Girl in Blue; How About a Cup Of Tea? (4)

Terence Rigby (1937-2008): Divide and Conquer; The Beater and the Game (2)


Michael Robbins (1930-1992): "My Life, That's a Marriage"

Jane Rossington (1943- ): "Tell Me About the Crab"

Patsy Rowlands (1934-2005): "Strictly Private And Confidential"

Iris Russell (1922-2014): The Fall Guy

Robert Russell (Dave Tarrant) (1936-2008): Nobody Wants To Know; How About It, Frank? (2)

Madge Ryan (1919-1994): "'And a Very Fine Fiddle Has He'"; Come into the Garden, Rose (2)

Peter Sallis (1921-2017): "I Went To Borrow a Pencil - And Look What I Found"; The Man Who Didn't Eat Sweets (2)

John Savident (1938- ): "It Had To Be a Mouse"; I Always Wanted a Swimming Pool (2)

Tony Selby (1938- ): Horse and Carriage

George Sewell (1924-2007): Welcome To Brighton?Come Into the Garden, Rose (2)

Martin Shaw (1945- ): "Strictly Private And Confidential"

Elizabeth Sladen (1946-2011): Many a Slip

Jack Smethurst (1932- ): "All For a Couple Of Ponies"

Ray Smith (Percy Firbank) (1936-1991): 

A Mug Named Frank
Well - There Was This Girl, You See...
The Beater And the Game
Ward Of Court
Shades Of White
John VII. Verse 24
Girl In Blue
Many a Slip
Mrs. Podmore's Cat
The Man Who Said Sorry
It's a Woman's Privilege
Egg And Cress Sandwiches
Nobody Wants To Know
How About a Cup Of Tea? (14)

Penny Spencer (1948- ): Horse and Carriage

Brian Stanion (1941- ): "Twenty Pound Of Heart and Muscle"

Barry Stanton (1940- ): "Have Mud, Will Throw"

Marianne Stone (Agnes) (1924-2009): Who Wants To Be Told Bad News?; It's a Woman's Privilege (2)

John Stratton (1925-1991): "Twenty Pounds of Heart And Muscle"

David Suchet (1946- ): And When You've Paid the Bill, You're None the Wiser

David Suchet playing a 

suspicious member of

the Kulman family in

And When You've Paid

the Bill, You're None

the Wiser

Richard O'Callaghan and Terence

Rigby as rockers who make

Frank's life a misery in

Divide and Conquer

Clive Swift (1936-2019): "There Are More Things In Heaven And Earth"

Mary Tamm (1950-2012): How About It, Frank?

Gareth Thomas (1945-2016): The Man Who Didn't Eat SweetsThe Bankrupt (2)

Richard Thorp (1932-2013): It's a Woman's Privilege


Hillary Tindall (1940-1992): "'And a Very Fine Fiddle Has He'"

Bill Treacher (1930- ) "A Harsh World For Zealots"

Tania Trude (Jenny): Divide and ConquerPaid in Full (2)


Stephanie Turner (1944- ): What's To Become Of Us?

Peter Vaughan (1923-2016): "What's the Matter? Can't You Take a Sick Joke?"

Pamela Vezey (1932-1992): Egg and Cress Sandwiches

Zena Walker (1934-2003): "You Have To Draw the Line Somewhere"

Gary Watson (1930- ):"You Think It'll Be Marvellous - But It's Always a Rabbit"; Clive Swift (1936- ): "There Are More Things In Heaven And Earth"

Alan Webb (1906-1982): The Golden Boy

Timothy West (1934- ): "You Can Keep the Medal"


Geoffrey Whitehead (1939- ): Slip Home in the Dark


Anna Wing (1914-2013): Case for the Defence


John Woodnutt (1924-2006): What's To Become Of Us?

Tessa Wyatt (1948- ): The Comedian's Graveyard

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