train passenger and hayfever sufferer. Always finishes The Times'
Advertising. Sent to Sunshine Desserts to think up some promotional
for the Exotic Ices project. Later employed by Grot to do the same.
employed by Sunshine Desserts to gauge market demand for Exotic Ices.
employed by Grot to do the same for the Grot products.
Tom and Linda's
Prone to wetting her pants when in the back of Reggie's car. In The
of Reginald Perrin was said to be touring Asia with friends.
Tom and Linda's son.
to telling everyone when he'd filled his pants with 'big jobbies' and
his sister had wet her pants. Working for the BBC in The Legacy of
Budding thespian, though only successful in TV commercial for
and a Brechtian mime play in Kentish Town. In Series Two was said to be
touring Africa, playing 'No Sex Please, We're British' to the Masai.
representative in Germany. Came to Reggie's office to be briefed on the
new Exotic ices range. Remembers Reggie 'Goofy' Perrin from his college
in the Custards Department. Invited to Reggie's dinner party (without
Wears a dress far too revealing for C.J. and gets drunk. Is chatted up
by Reggie's Uncle Percy.
Mrs. C.J. (Kate Jefferson)
Wife of C.J.
at social functions. Guest at Reggie's dinner party (without food).
Abinger Hammer. Argues with C.J. after he is nearly run down by him on
Reggie's drive. Makes lewd comments about Davina Letts-Wilkinson's
legs and everything else.
Reggie's landlord at
Rise when living as Donald Potts. Advises Reggie that the lights go out
when his wife watches BBC2 and not to be surprised if she calls him a
Reggie's landlady at
Rise. Under the delusion that everyone is coloured and accuses Reggie
being the same because he has a tan and can smell a scotch egg on his
Fellow tenant of the
at Garstang Rise. Tries to chat Reggie up, but catches him kissing his
daughter goodbye and thinks he is in love with her.
Reggie's disappearance. An old friend from before she met Reggie, they
get engaged. Reggie reveals himself to Elizabeth just in time.
Owner of Pelham's
Employs Donald Potts as general labourer. Eventually discovers that
is Reggie Perrin and sacks him.
Tom's unpalatable wine for his mother-in-law who he can't stand the
of. Comes back for a dozen bottles.
Reggie at Grot as his Admin Officer in the hope it will bring the
down. Turns out to be a genius and tells Reggie in Series Three that he
owns four companies.
Sent for by Reggie
disgusted by Reggie's fake camp behaviour. Turns out to be gay himself
and invites Reggie to a discreet orgy.
Wife of David. Is
by Reggie at Perrins Community as crafts officer. One of the
of Reggie's inheritance in The Legacy of Reginald Perrin.
Chef employed by
at the Perrins community when Elizabeth becomes unable to cope with
cook and secretary. He is Scottish, smelly, incomprehensible and
in boil plasters. Threatening towards Reggie when dealt criticism. Good
customer. An undertaker, feels that he can't get on with anybody.
he is the first guest and flees in panic.
and guest at Perrins. Obnoxious and tyrannical, thinks he's not liked.
Cured by the staff and leaves £1,000 as payment.
Guest at Perrins.
Comedy at Anaemia Television, but lost sense of humour. Doc Morrissey
him by realising how ironic his predicament is.
Clive 'Lofty' Anstruther
secret army, but disappears with all the funds. Becomes guest at
to be cured but robs everybody.
Guest at Perrins. A
fatale' among the staff. Seduces all the men, including C.J. and Doc
into her bedroom.
Solicitor at firm of
Lovelace and Venison. Executor of Reggie's will in The Legacy of
Perrin. Final judge of absurdity as ordered by Reggie's Testament. Is
to and wined and dined by C.J., Tom and Doc Morrissey, but ends up
in The Legacy of Reginald Perrin. A City whizz-kid, made redundant for
being too old and joins the BROSCOR campaign.