List of The Inbetweeners characters

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This is a list of characters from the British sitcom The Inbetweeners that ran for three series from 2008–2010, as well as the film that was released on 17 August 2011 in the UK.

Major characters

Will McKenzie

Simon Cooper

Jay Cartwright

Neil Sutherland

Secondary characters

Phil Gilbert

Carli D'Amato

Mark Donovan

Charlotte Hinchcliffe

Tara Brown

Big John

Mr Kennedy





Minor and one-off characters

David Glover


'Football Friend'

Lauren Harris


Samantha Leah


Miss Timms

Chris D'Amato






Danny Moore

Hannah Fields



Alistair Scott

The Tramp

Angry Neighbour

Drug Dealer


Mrs. D'Amato




The University Boys: The Bombardier, The Commander and The Admiral


Polly McKenzie

Pamela Cooper

Alan Cooper

Andrew Cooper

Mrs Cartwright

Terry Cartwright

Kevin Sutherland

Katie Sutherland

Will's Dad

Susie Mckenzie

Jay's Sister

Unseen characters

Katie Sutherland's boyfriend

He is first mentioned in the Episode 'Thorpe Park' and works as a cashier at a BP Garage (although the boys mistakenly assume that he is a mechanic).

The Headmaster - Mr Hopkins

The school rector, Mr Hopkins, dictates rules/events to Gilbert and the other year heads. Gilbert sarcastically refers to him as having "infinite wisdom". Although listed as an unseen character, he actually has a speaking role in a deleted scene, which can be found on the Series 1 DVD, where he is played by actor Martin Ball. In the very first episode, he can be seen sitting next to Mr Gilbert, although he does not say anything.

Sadie Cunningham

Sadie is a girl in Jay's registration class, and he often steals things out of her bag such as hair removal cream which is used to remove Will's pubic hair while he is asleep in the common room. This results in Will placing a wig in his underwear. He also steals an invite card to Louise Graham's birthday party so the rest of the group believe him that they are invited to Louise Grahams party.

Jack Stephens

Neil mentions that he dropped a ruler next to Miss Timms.

Chris Groves

In the first episode of Series 2, Jay mentions that he has a mate in Year 13 by this name. He mentions his name again in the Series 3 preview. Due to the outlandish nature of Jay's claims, it's questionable whether he even exists, since Simon had never heard of him.

Paul Keenan

In the first episode of Series 3, 'The Fashion Show' he is supposed to be modelling with Charlotte Hinchcliffe in the 70s disco theme but he drank a bottle of vodka in the staff toilets and passed out because he was so nervous, so Will took his place instead after criticising the Fashion Show by saying it was "exclusive vanity".

Chris Yates

In the first episode of Series 3 'The Fashion Show' he is supposed to be modelling with Carli D'Amato in the 'Sexy Finale' Theme in which he had to wear speedos, DMs, a tophat and a leash. But according to Carli, his back was disgustingly hairy so she sacked him. He can actually be seen in the episode, if one looks behind Carli whilst she is talking to Simon, he can be seen in the back ground with a hairy back, technically making him a 'one off' character.

Saucy Asda Karen

Neil mentions in the Series 3 finale that he had sex with a woman at her house after flirting with each other at a supermarket. He also notes that she was likely twice his age. He receives a text message from her saying that "the test was positive", making Neil and the rest of the group think that he got her pregnant, however she later texts back to a prank text sent by Simon, saying the test was positive for Chlamydia, not pregnancy. Her name is revealed to be Karen, due to Neil having her as 'Saucy Asda Karen' on his phone.

Steve D'Amato

Steve is Carli's father. Carli tells Simon that he went ballistic when Simon vandalised their driveway, and Mr. Cooper tells Simon that Steve threatened to "fuck him up" when he sneaks into his young son's Chris' bedroom in the middle of the night which he mistook for Carli's.

Neil's Mum

Neil's mother is mentioned several times in the series. She is divorced from Neil's father, Kevin. Neil claims that she was in a difficult place, though many assume the reason for the divorce was Kevin's supposed homosexuality. She has since dated a man similar to Kevin, leading Neil to believe that she has a type. She bought Neil a motorbike for his eighteenth birthday, but Jay crashed it shortly afterwards. She is the only parent among the four boys who is never seen.


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  2. ^ The Rudge Park Comprehensive Yearbook (2011)
  3. ^ "The Inbetweeners Episode Guide (Episode 1.6)". British Comedy Guide. Retrieved 2009-04-21.