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"Inspector Morse" (1987) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
Year: 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 2000


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Dead of Jericho

6 January 1987
Anne Stavely, a friend of Morse's, ostensibly commits suicide at her home in Jericho, though Morse isn't convinced.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis

Gemma Jones ... Anne Staveley

Patrick Troughton ... George Jackson
James Laurenson ... Tony Richards
Peter Woodthorpe ... Max
Norman Jones ... Chief Inspector Bell
Spencer Leigh ... Ned Murdoch
Annie Lambert ... Adele Richards

Richard Durden ... Alan Richards
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Charlotte Mitchell ... Mrs Staveley
David Michaels ... Pete
Paul Dixey ... Tutor
Christopher Guinee ... Grimes

Richard Cubison ... Pharmacist
Souad Faress ... Hospital Doctor
Philip Voss ... Coroner
Adam Morris ... Constable Dixon (as Wayne Morris)
Gary Webster ... Colin
Sally Cooper ... Receptionist
Rupert Holliday-Evans ... David (as Rupert Holliday Evans)
Charles Hodgson ... Jack Hornsby
Irene Sutcliffe ... Mrs Hornsby
Gary Powell ... Constable
Charlotte Stone ... Charlotte
Colin Dexter ... Man Passing Morse wheVisiting Murdock (uncredited)
Lee Richards ... Barmaid (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn

13 January 1987
The murder of a deaf university entrance examiner leads Morse and Lewis into a possible college cheating scandal.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis

Barbara Flynn ... Monica Height

Michael Gough ... Philip Ogleby

Clive Swift ... Dr Bartlett
Frederick Treves ... Dean of Lonsdale College
Peter Woodthorpe ... Max
Anthony Smee ... Roope

Roger Lloyd Pack ... Donald Martin
Julie Neubert ... Mrs Martin
Phil Nice ... Nicholas Quinn

Elspet Gray ... Mrs Bartlett
Arthur Cox ... Noakes
Philip Voss ... Coroner
Gabrielle Blunt ... Mrs Evans

Angela Barlow ... Nurse
Denyse Alexander ... Cinema Manageress
Stefan Schwartz ... Richard Bartlett
Saul Reichlin ... Sheik of Al-Jamara
Diana Blackburn ... Lip-reading Teacher
Malcolm Mudie ... Mr Parker
Hugh Evans ... Landlord
Kate O'Connell ... Barmaid
Colin Dexter ... Man Drinking in Syndicate in Opening (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Service of All the Dead

20 January 1987
The members of a church who attended a particular service start to die one by one.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Angela Morant ... Ruth Rawlinson
John Normington ... Lionel Pawlen
Maurice O'Connell ... Harry Josephs
Judy Campbell ... Mrs. Rawlinson

Michael Hordern ... Doctor Starkie
Peter Woodthorpe ... Max
Norman Jones ... Chief Superintendent Bell
James Griffiths ... Paul Morris
Chrissy Iddon ... Brenda Josephs
Karl Francis ... Taffy
Michael Goldie ... Jimmy (as Michale Goldie)
Michael Fenner ... Detective Constable Mitchell

Bev Willis ... Denman
Bill Moody ... Police Sergeant
Saul Jephcott ... Waterman
Stuart Saunders ... Church Warden

James Greene ... Defence Counsel
Robert Gary ... Prosecuting Counsel
Richardson Morgan ... Landlord (as Ric Morgan)
Paul Ridley ... Husband
Maureen Bennett ... Wife
Andrew Read ... Peter Morris
Norma Shebbeare ... Hotel Proprietor
Christopher Gray ... Policeman
Joanna Wake ... Nurse

Gina McKee ... Girl in Betting Shop
Malcolm Kaye ... Gambler
Salome Bulle ... Choirboy
Colin Dexter ... Man with Bike Woman (uncredited)
Harold Innocent ... Archdeacon (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Wolvercote Tongue

25 December 1987
During an exclusive tour an elderly woman dies suddenly and the priceless piece of Medieval jewelry she was going to donate to a local museum vanishes.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis

Simon Callow ... Theodore Kemp

Kenneth Cranham ... Cedric Downes
Roberta Taylor ... Sheila Williams
Peter Woodthorpe ... Max
Robert Arden ... Eddie Poindexter
Christine Norden ... Laura Poindexter
Bill Reimbold ... Howard Brown
Helena Stevens ... Shirley Brown
John Bloomfield ... Phil Aldrich
Mildred Shay ... Janet Roscoe
Jane Bertish ... Marion Kemp
Christine Kavanagh ... Lucy Downes
Cherith Mellor ... Fiona Hall

Nicholas Bell ... Doctor Swain
Tim Faulkner ... Hotel Manager
Iain Ormsby-Knox ... Duty Sergeant
Maureen Morris ... Nurse
Sara Coward ... Lynn
Ron Copsey ... Waiter
Teddie Thompson ... Waitress (as Teddy Thompson)
Colin Dexter ... Man Behind Morse in Chapters Bar (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Last Seen Wearing

8 March 1988
When Morse is assigned a cold case of a runaway teenager from school, he suspects that the girl's been murdered.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Peter McEnery ... Donald Phillipson

Suzanne Bertish ... Cheryl Baines
Glyn Houston ... George Craven
Frances Tomelty ... Grace Craven
Peter Woodthorpe ... Max
Fiona Mollison ... Sheila Phillipson
Philip Bretherton ... David Acum
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Melissa Simmonds ... Valerie Craven
Nicholas Pritchard ... John Maguire

Elizabeth Hurley ... Julia
Michele Winstanley ... Fiona (as Michèle Winstanley)

Julia Sawalha ... Rachel
Auriol Goldingham ... Lesley
Venetia Barrett ... Mrs. Webb
Geoffrey Church ... PC Franks
Maggie Holland ... Martha
Liz Kettle ... Policewoman (as Elizabeth Kettle)
Roger Booth ... Bartender
David Trevena ... Porter
Susanna Nicholas ... Receptionist
Amanda Dickinson ... Check-out Girl
Clare Bennett ... Becky Phillipson
Charles Gilmore ... Charlie Phillipson
George Gilmore ... George Phillipson
Colin Dexter ... Man walking across quad when Morse visits Sheila Phillipson in library (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Settling of the Sun

15 March 1988
Because Morse is a speaker at a University dinner when a Japanese becomes ill and is later found ritualistically murdered, he becomes everyone's alibi.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Anna Calder-Marshall ... Jane Robson

Robert Stephens ... Sir Wilfred Mulryne
Derek Fowlds ... Kurt Friedman, aka Michael Robson
Robert Lang ... Chief Superintendent Dewar
Avis Bunnage ... Mrs. Warbut
Amanda Burton ... Mirella Lunghi
Peter Woodthorpe ... Max
Philip Middlemiss ... Graham Daniel
Eiji Kusuhara ... Yukio Li
Tim Barker ... Ralph Thomas
Llewellyn Rees ... Reverend Robson
Blue MacAskill ... Alex Robson
Ellis Van Maarseveen ... Heidi Vettinger

Ian McCurrach ... Swedish Student
Jack Ellis ... Sergeant
Kenneth Hadley ... Peters
Gordon Kennedy ... Dewar's Detective
Michael Goldie ... Tramp
Liz Kettle ... Policewoman (as Elizabeth Kettle)
Basienka Blake ... Gardener
Colin Dexter ... Doctor sitting on next bed to Jane in final scene (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Last Bus to Woodstock

22 March 1988
A young blonde hitches a late lift from a bus stop and ends up dead in a pub car park.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Anthony Bate ... Bernard Crowther
Terrence Hardiman ... Clive Palmer
Fabia Drake ... Mrs. Jarman

Jill Baker ... Jennifer Coleby

Holly Aird ... Angie Hartman

Paul Geoffrey ... Peter Newlove
Peter Woodthorpe ... Max
Ingrid Lacey ... Mary Widdowson
Shirley Dixon ... Margaret Crowther
Ian Sears ... John Sanders
Perry Fenwick ... Jimmy
Shirley Stelfox ... Mrs. Kane
Jenny Jay ... Sylvia Kane
Diana Payan ... Vikki Phillips
Anne Havard ... Sally
Vass Anderson ... Mr. Bentley
Jo Unwin ... Receptionist
Steph Bramwell ... Senior Sister (as Steph Branwell)
Ian Bleasdale ... Time and Motion Expert
Amanda Wenban ... Typist
Kate Percival ... Lab Assistant
P.J. Davidson ... Game Keeper
Dave Roberts ... Police Officer
Steven Law ... Assistant in Snooker Shop
Paul Lawrence Davis ... Doctor
Colin Dexter ... Man behind Morse in Crowther's lecture (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Ghost in the Machine

4 January 1989
A vanished baronet and the theft of some of his collection of erotic art is investigated by Morse and Lewis.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Amanda Hillwood ... Dr. Grayling Russell

Patricia Hodge ... Lady Hanbury
Clifford Rose ... Dr. Charles Hudson
Bernard Lloyd ... Professor Edward Ullman
Michael Godley ... Sir Julius Hanbury
Michael Thomas ... John McKendrick
Patsy Byrne ... Mrs. Maltby
Irina Brook ... Michelle Réage
Lill Roughley ... Betty Parker
Robert Oates ... Ted Parker
John Elmes ... Roger Meadows
John Cater ... The Dean
Rainbow Dench ... Georgina Hanbury
Michael Bertenshaw ... Detective
Jonathan Donne ... Constable
Alan Barker ... Plain Clothes Officer
Eunice Roberts ... Policewoman
Trevor Martin ... Porter

Seeta Indrani ... Laboratory Assistant

Claire Skinner ... Girl Pupil
Colin Dexter ... Man sitting near the Master in the opening scene (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Last Enemy

11 January 1989
A headless, armless, footless body of a murdered academic is found in Oxford Canal and his investigation leads to petty hatred and jealousy among the local academia.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Amanda Hillwood ... Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist

Barry Foster ... Sir Alexander Reece
Michael Aldridge ... Arthur Drysdale
Tenniel Evans ... Dr. David Kerridge

Beatie Edney ... Deborah Burns
Sian Thomas ... Carol Sharp
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Lana Morris ... Miss Tree
Bert Parnaby ... Ben
Mark Tandy ... Mr. Collins
Pauline Munro ... Dentist
Albert Welling ... Chris Stoneley
Kevin McMonagle ... Geoff
Michael Percival ... Landlord
Philip Bloomfield ... Sam
Jill Johnson ... Mrs. Burns
Gertan Klauber ... German Man
Jackie Buchanan ... German Woman
Susannah Hitching ... Girl on Boat
Nikki Brooks ... Young Woman
Nathan Lewis ... Young Man
Laura Sadler ... Sabena
Barry Clack ... Man walking in street (uncredited)
Colin Dexter ... Man walking along canal bank in opening scene (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Deceived by Flight

18 January 1989
Lewis goes undercover as a worker at the University so he can go undercover on the cricket team and discover the murderer of Morse's old college roommate.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Amanda Hillwood ... Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist
Norman Rodway ... Roland Marshall

Sharon Maughan ... Kate Donn
Daniel Massey ... Anthony Donn
Jane Booker ... Philippa Foster
Nicky Henson ... Vince Cranston
Bryan Pringle ... Barker
Geoffrey Beevers ... Peter Foster

Nathaniel Parker ... Jamie Jasper (as Nat Parker)
Stephen Moore ... Radio Producer
Peter Amory ... DC Hilaire
Martin Chamberlain ... Clarets' Captain
Adam Tomlinson ... Clarets' Batsman
Kit Jackson ... Clarets' Player
Charles Collingwood ... Cassidy, Clarets' Fast Bowler

Andrew Paul ... Suspect Interviewee
Ann Bryson ... Radio Producer's P.A.
Elin Jenkins ... WPC
David Shaw Parker ... Forensic Sergeant (as David Shaw-Parker)
John Patrick ... Patrol Officer
Brian Johnston ... Cricket Commentator (voice)
Colin Dexter ... Man Walking Behind Lewis and Roland in College (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Secret of Bay 5B

25 January 1989
A bullying, controlling womanizer who also blackmails his conquests is found garroted in his car in a garage deck.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Amanda Hillwood ... Dr. Grayling Russell - Pathologist
Mel Martin ... Rosemary Henderson

Marion Bailey ... Fran Pierce
Andrew Wilde ... Edward Manley
Philip McGough ... Brian Pierce
George Irving ... George Henderson
Susan Kyd ... Camilla
Kate Lansbury ... Mrs. Cameron

Cathryn Bradshaw ... Janice
Tom Radcliffe ... Ray Miles
Pamela Miles ... Amy Morris
Brian Poyser ... Inspector Cyril Dewar
Ivor Roberts ... Mr. Waugh
Robert Gladwell ... Band Leader
Michael Haughey ... Undertaker
Cheryl Moskowitz ... Nurse
Isobel Reid ... Gloria
John Dixon ... Constable
John Bleasdale ... Constable
Catherine Livesey ... Aerobics Leader
Richard Hawley ... Orderly
Michael Melia ... Decorator
Fraser Downie ... Mick
Lee Richards ... Waitress at Dance (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Infernal Serpent

3 January 1990
An environmentalist professor is mugged and later dies of a heart attack after an attack on campus just prior to a controversial debate.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis

Geoffrey Palmer ... Matthew Copley-Barnes
David Neal ... Dr. Julian Dear
Barbara Leigh-Hunt ... Blanche Copley-Barnes
Pearce Quigley ... Mick McGovern
Michael Attwell ... Parsons

Cheryl Campbell ... Sylvie Maxton
John Joyce ... Mr. Gray
Ian Brimble ... Phil Hopkirk

Tom Wilkinson ... Jake Normington
Irene Richard ... Imogen Garrett

George Costigan ... Ron Garrett
Denys Hawthorne ... Chief Superintendent Rennie
Sydnee Blake ... Mrs. McGovern
Philippa Howell ... Ward Sister (as Phillipa Howell)
Michelle Wesson ... Mandy Hopkirk
Catherine Terris ... Hopkirk's Housekeeper
Colin Dexter ... Man in chapel at funeral (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Sins of the Fathers

10 January 1990
The managing director and heir apparent to a venerable family-owned brewery in dire financial straits is found drowned in a vat of his own ale.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Andy Bradford ... Trevor Radford
Trevor Martin ... Alan Sowden
Paul Mooney ... Pathologist

Simon Slater ... Norman Weeks
Kamilla Blanche ... Gail
Jean Ainslie ... Cleaning Lady

Kim Thomson ... Helen Radford
Noel Johnson ... Butler
Isabel Dean ... Isobel Radford
Paul Shelley ... Stephen Radford

Lionel Jeffries ... Charles Radford

Alex Jennings ... Victor Preece
Betty Marsden ... Cynthia Preece
John Bird ... Linacre
John Golightly ... Nelson
Bernard Brown ... Wheatley
San Lee ... Maid
Lisa Harrow ... Thelma Radford
Maggie Wilkinson ... Shirley
Liz Kettle ... WPC

Season 4, Episode 3: Driven to Distraction

17 January 1990
After two beautiful women are stabbed to death a month apart by the same killer, the only connection between the pair is their car dealership.

Season 4, Episode 4: Masonic Mysteries

24 January 1990
Morse finds himself framed for murder by an unknown mastermind and suspended as Lewis is seconded to DCI Bottomley, who is in charge of the case.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Madelaine Newton ... Beryl Newsome

Ian McDiarmid ... Hugo De Vries
Celestine Randall ... Sandra Machin
Roland Oliver ... Conductor
John Arthur ... Hall Porter
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Richard Kane ... Chief Inspector Bottomley
Steven Elliot ... Officious Constable (as Steven Elliott)
Richard Huw ... Detective Constable Dearden
Iain Cuthbertson ... Desmond McNutt

Mark Strong ... PC Mike Butterworth
Diane Fletcher ... Marion Brooke

Ken Drury ... Norman
James Smith ... R.G. Prettyman
Jenny Howe ... Angry Neighbour
Piers Ibbotson ... Ambulance Man
Yvonne Gidden ... Yvonne
Michael Mears ... Wine Merchant
Tip Tipping ... P.C. Dene
Colin Dexter ... Man in choir next to Morse (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Second Time Around

20 February 1991
Morse links the killing of a police lieutenant on the night of his retirement to the 18 year old cold case murder of an 8 year old girl.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Jenny Laird ... Mrs. Keelan

Oliver Ford Davies ... Frederick Redpath
Kenneth Colley ... Detective Chief Inspector Patrick Dawson
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Maurice Bush ... Charlie Hillian
Ann Bell ... Catherine Dawson
Mark Draper ... Angry Policeman
Simon Adams ... Incontinent Policeman
Pat Heywood ... Mrs. Mitchell

Christopher Eccleston ... Terrence Mitchell
Peter Waddington ... Pathologist
Liz Kettle ... WPC
David Baukham ... Desk Sergeant (as David Bauckham)
Adie Allen ... Barbara Redpath

Sam Kelly ... Walter Majors
Claude Le Saché ... French Man
Pamela Stirling ... French Woman
Shahnaz Pakravan ... Doctor
Robert Goodale ... Reardon
Helena McCarthy ... Rose Lapsley
Graeme Du-Fresne ... Photographer (as Graeme du Fresne)
Matthew Green ... DoE Official
Neale McGrath ... Cowan
Peter Gordon ... Parks
Simon Coady ... Street Preacher

Russell Kilmister ... John Mitchell
Colin Dexter ... Man at Trout Inn when Morse meets Barbara Redpath (uncredited)
Karl Jenkinson ... Turnkey (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Fat Chance

27 February 1991
After a young woman aspiring to the priesthood dies while taking her exams, possibly from poison, Morse connects the death to a weight loss company.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Maurice Denham ... Lance Mandeville
David Gant ... Geoffrey Boyd
Julian Gartside ... Desmond Kelly
Caroline Ryder ... Dinah Newberry

Zoë Wanamaker ... Emma Pickford

Maggie O'Neill ... Hilary Dobson
Sarah Carpenter ... Victoria Hazlett
Una Brandon-Jones ... Nadine Stacey
Arbel Jones ... Jane Barnes
Nicholas Selby ... Dr Corder
Eileen Dunwoodie ... Mrs Gardam
Kenneth Haigh ... Freddie Galt
Tilly Vosburgh ... Irene Saunders
Alan Starkey ... Rowlands
Ben Onwukwe ... Doctor

William Roberts ... Hank Briardale
Dorothea Alexander ... Mrs Hulme
Badi Uzzaman ... Chip Van Owner
Josephine Welcome ... Judy
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Maureen Bennett ... Val Lewis
Peggy Mount ... Nun
Colin Dexter ... Man in college grounds when Hilary Dobson goes in for interview (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Who Killed Harry Field?

13 March 1991
Struggling artist Harry Field is found murdered and thrown off an overpass but recent rains and a dry body lead Morse to conclude he was killed over a week earlier.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Trevor Byfield ... Harry Field

John Castle ... Tony Doyle

Geraldine James ... Helen Field
Nicola Cowper ... Jane Marriot
Steven Payne ... Sergeant Taylor
Andy Mulligan ... Gordon Collins
Helen Lymbery ... Barmaid (as Helena Lymbery)
Sean Cranitch ... Patrol Man
David Belcher ... Landlord
Maureen Bennett ... Val Lewis
Philip Locke ... Freddie Mortimer
Veronica Lang ... Julia

Ronald Pickup ... Ian Matthews

Freddie Jones ... Harry Field Senior
Vania Vilers ... Paul Eirl
Jeremy Clyde ... Roger McMill
Dicken Ashworth ... George Drummond

Anna Patrick ... Eirl's Secretary
Stephan Grothgar ... Carl (as Stephen Grothgar)
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Brian Lipson ... McCabe
Colin Dexter ... Man in group when Ian Matthews presents Morse with postcard (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Greeks Bearing Gifts

20 March 1991
Among the suspects in the murder of a Greek chef and his sister are a Ancient Greek scholar, a dodgy British entrepreneur, and a Greek shipping magnate.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
James Hazeldine ... Digby Tuckerman

Mike Kremastoules ... Nicos Capparis
Andreas Markos ... Mr Papas
Eileen Way ... Mrs Papas
Jan Harvey ... Friday Rees

Stephen Holland ... Young Husband - TV Interview
Edda Sharpe ... Young Wife - TV Interview
Maureen Bennett ... Val Lewis
Andrew Kazamia ... Dinos Papas

James Faulkner ... Basilios Vasilakis
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Eve Polycarpou ... Jocasta Georgiadis (as Eve Adam)

Martin Jarvis ... Randall Rees
Richard Pearson ... Jerome Hogg

Elvira Poulianou ... Maria Capparis

Carole Ashby ... Laura

Jonny Lee Miller ... Student
Lucy Meacock ... Daisy (as Lucy Maycock)
Emma Cunningham ... Student Union Official
Ian Sharp ... First Angler
Rosalind March ... Susie Tuckerman
Rebecca Lamb ... Mother's Help
Sarah Bullen ... Mrs Vasilakis
Colin Dexter ... Man in college porter's lodge when Morse leaves after dinner with Jerome Hogg (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: Promised Land

27 March 1991
Morse and Lewis go to Austrailia to find a witness who has been in witness protection for ten years, but this is one witness who doesn't want to be found.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange

Con O'Neill ... Paul Matthews
Philip Anthony ... Newspaper Editor
Kevin Leslie ... Barman

Bill Young ... Farmer in Ute
Vanessa Patterson ... Karen Harding
Rhondda Findleton ... Anne Harding
Marie Armstrong ... Sash - Nursing Home Matron

John Jarratt ... Sergeant Scott Humphries
Maureen Green ... Sal - Nurse

Noah Taylor ... Dave Harding

Paul Hunt ... Shearing Foreman
Max Phipps ... Detective Inspector Glenn McAllister
Peter Browne ... Detective Gary Warrender
Shayne Foote ... Barmaid

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Dead on Time

26 February 1992
A respected, dying Oxford don, husband of Morse's former fiancée, apparently shoots himself, but his doctor asserts that he was not capable of firing a gun.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis / Detective Sgt. Lewis
Brendan O'Hea ... Telecom Engineer

David Haig ... Peter Rhodes
Susan Jane Tanner ... Nurse Rogers (as Susan-Jane Tanner)
James Walker ... Henry Fallon
Martyn Waites ... Duty Constable

Thomas Craig ... Desk Sergeant
Roger Frost ... Photographer
James Grant ... McGregor
Richard Pasco ... William Bryce-Morgan

Joanna David ... Susan Fallon

Lesley Vickerage ... WPC
Christopher Owen ... Solicitor
Richard Hampton ... Coroner
Tony Mathews ... Pathologist

Samantha Bond ... Helen Marriat

Adrian Dunbar ... John Marriat
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange

Dominic Keating ... Murray Stone
Alexander John ... Court Official
Vincent Pickering ... Telephone Exchange Man
Greer Gaffney ... Henrietta Fallon
Michael Tomlinson ... Constable
Colin Dexter ... Man at Reception After Schubert Concert (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Happy Families

11 March 1992
The head of a wealthy but dysfunctional family is found bludgeoned to death in the family estate as Morse is forced to deal with the resultant media frenzy.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Sukie Smith ... Lorraine

Gwen Taylor ... Margaret Cliff

Martin Clunes ... James Balcombe
George Raistrick ... Sir John Balcombe
Jonathan Coy ... Harry Balcombe
Andrew Ray ... Alfred Rydale

Anna Massey ... Lady Emily Balcombe
Mark Draper ... Constable

Rupert Graves ... Billy

Jamie Foreman ... Chas
Liz Kettle ... WPC (as Elizabeth Kettle)

Alun Armstrong ... Superintendent Holdsby
Tony Guilfoyle ... Journalist One
Sophie Uliano ... Woman Journalist (as Sophie Heyman)

Charlotte Coleman ... Jessica White
Robert Demeger ... Forensic Scientist
David Baukham ... Police Sergeant (as David Bauckham)
Ralph Nossek ... Professor Joshua Masterson
Daniel Mitchell ... Journalist Two
Richard Ireson ... Pathologist
Jan Van Hool ... Receptionist (as Jane van Hool)
Dorian MacDonald ... Constable
Beryl King ... Nottingham Lady
John Styles ... Punch & Judy Man
Colin Dexter ... Tramp Drinking from Bottle Near Mitre Pub (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: The Death of the Self

25 March 1992
Morse looks to mix a little pleasure with business when he and Lewis are sent to Italy to look into the suspicious death of an English woman near Vicenza.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis

Michael Kitchen ... Russell Clark
Christopher Hunter ... Andreas Heller / Louis Picard (as Chris Hunter)
Julia Goodman ... May Lawrence
Kate Harper ... Patti Wilcox

Frances Barber ... Nicole Burgess
Alan Rowe ... Alistair Haines
Jane Snowden ... Maureen Dyson
Jane Wenham ... Judith Haines
Peter Blythe ... Kenneth Lawrence
Allan Mitchell ... Coroner
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Cesare Landricina ... Driver Ponso

Georges Corraface ... Claudio Battisti
Jolyon Baker ... Guido Ventura
Georgio Serafini ... Tomaso Salafia
Tatyana Colombo ... Piera Conti (as Tattiana Colombo)
Valeria Fabbri ... Nicole's Dresser
Janis Kelly ... Nicole Burgess (singing voice)
Colin Dexter ... Man three seats to Morse's left in closing opera scene (uncredited)

Sheila Hancock ... (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: Absolute Conviction

8 April 1992
A convicted fraudster, one of three former business partners at an open prison, dies following an assault. Morse has to investigate the death while dealing with a brash subordinate and trying to avoid offending the prison authorities.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis

Sean Bean ... Alex Bailey

Diana Quick ... Hilary Stephens

Richard Wilson ... Brian Thornton
David Fielder ... Prison Chaplain
Tony Steedman ... Lawrence Cryer

Susan Doran ... Young Doctor
Luke Williams ... George Newcombe

Robert Pugh ... Geoff Harris - Prison Officer
Cheryl Hall ... Laura - Secretary
David Howey ... Dr. James Archer - Prison Doctor
James Aubrey ... Pathologist

Steven Mackintosh ... DS Cheetham

Jim Broadbent ... Charlie Bennett
Suzanna Hamilton ... Emma Cryer

Pete Lee-Wilson ... Paul - Journalist
Paul Dalton ... Rob - Photographer
Richard Hampton ... Coroner
Susan Withers ... Court Usher (as Sue Withers)

Jonathan Firth ... Peter Thornton (as Jonathon Firth)
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange

Philip Davis ... Roland Sherman / Harold Manners

Sue Johnston ... Mrs. Bailey
Kevin Walsh ... Andy Metcalfe
June Watson ... Mrs. Harris
Preston Lockwood ... College Chaplain
Georgia Mitchell ... Doctor in Casualty
Colin Dexter ... Man in prison church when Brian Thornton preaches (uncredited)

Barrington Pheloung ... Choir Master (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: Cherubim & Seraphim

15 April 1992
A new drug developed to combat senility is ironically being distributed to teens at all-night parties and driving some to suicide.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Liza Walker ... Vicky Wilson

Jason Isaacs ... Dr. Desmond Collier

Charlotte Chatton ... Marilyn Garrett
Charlie Caine ... Charlie Paget

Anna Chancellor ... Sally Smith
Freddie Brooks ... Jacko Lever

Sorcha Cusack ... Joyce Garrett
Edwina Day ... Gwen Morse
Celia Blaker ... Nurse
Matt Terdre ... Ken Lewis (as Matthew Terdre)
Glen Mead ... Wayne Garrett
Phillip Joseph ... Keith Garrett

Isla Blair ... Janey Wilson
Christopher Benjamin ... Professor Furlong
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
John Junkin ... Chief Inspector Holroyd
Larrington Walker ... Charley Lever
Doreen Ingleton ... Annie Lever
Charlie Roe ... Mr. Greenhill
Anita Wright ... Mrs. Venables
Cinnamon Bone ... Lyn Lewis

Tania Rodrigues ... Teacher
Simon Gilbey ... Boy in Class
Kay Clayton ... Lady on Video
David Meyer ... Dr. Hallett
Rosalind Boxall ... Hilary Lane
Bill Wallis ... Dr. Hayward
Paul Brightwell ... Bristowe
David Baukham ... Desk Sergeant (as David Bauckham)
Louise Beattie ... Lizzy Haines

Ian Reddington ... Oakley - Estate Agent
Natasha Pope ... Bristowe's Girlfriend
Michael Parkinson ... Tom - Patrolman
Colin Dexter ... Man next to Dr. Collier at presentation (uncredited)
Julian Mitchell ... Publican (uncredited)

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Deadly Slumber

6 January 1993
When the head of a medical clinic is found asphyxiated in his garage, the father of a one of his brain-dead patients becomes the prime suspect.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Carol Starks ... Jane Folley

Jason Durr ... John Brewster

Janet Suzman ... Dr. Claire Brewster
Richard Owens ... Dr. Mathew Brewster
Jestyn Phillips ... Card Player (as Jestyn Philips)
Adam Maxwell ... Policeman

Ian McNeice ... Pathologist
Robert Swann ... Mark Felsham
David Goudge ... Policeman
Lou Wakefield ... Forensic Scientist

Brian Cox ... Michael Steppings

Patrick Godfrey ... Dr. Greer

Penny Downie ... Nurse Wendy Hazlitt
Connor Byrne ... Constable Willis
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Timothy Morand ... Mr. Hart - Pub Landlord (as Tim Morand)
Su Elliot ... Mrs. Hart
Peter Aubrey ... Sergeant Benson

Jenny Lynch ... WPC
Nick Haverson ... Operator (as Nicholas Haverson)
Charlie Hawkins ... Policeman
Kate Hillier ... Nurse
Peter Leafe ... Caretaker
John Bett ... Thomas Neely
Fiona Farley ... Fingerprint Officer
Keith Hazemore ... Policeman
Martin East ... Policeman
Sarah Souster ... Nurse
Colin Dexter ... College porter showing Morse and Lewis to John Brewster (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: The Day of the Devil

13 January 1993
A sociopathic but clever murderer who believes in the occult escapes from prison and returns to Oxford, and it is up to Morse to stop him.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis

Keith Allen ... John Peter Barrie

Harriet Walter ... Dr. Esther Martin
Patrick O'Connell ... Jack Vaizey
Anthony Hunt ... Young Porter
Lloyd McGuire ... Clough
John Bleasdale ... Desk Sergeant
Aran Bell ... PC Pringle
Richard Graham ... PC Cobbs
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Susan Ellen Flynn ... Waitress
Patrick Drury ... Frank McTeer
Peter Atard ... Mack Shaw (as Peter Attard)
Wayne Norman ... Larry Broomfield
Nicola Scott ... 1st Press Person
Richard Hodder ... 2nd Press Person

Richard Griffiths ... Canon Humphrey Appleton
Jacqueline Leonard ... Miss Sarah Spillers
David Griffith ... Timothy Perry
Katrina Levon ... WPC Nora Curtis
Gilly Coman ... Holly Trevors
Michael Culver ... Maugham Willowbank
Gavin Richards ... Steven Trevors
Rob Dixon ... TV Press Man
Pamela Jikiemi ... Press Person
Martyn Read ... Sergeant Brenner

Nick Hobbs ... Night Hawk 2
Andy Bradford ... Night Hawk 3 (as Andrew Bradford)
Bill McCabe ... Poacher
Naomi Capron ... Identikit Officer
Sarah Booth ... Jane Post
Mike Murray ... Mr. Fox
Kevin Stoney ... Heironymous St John
Beverley Klein ... Barmaid
Tony Collins ... Porter
Anthony Carrick ... George Granger (as Antony Carrick)
Martin Gower ... Fingerprint Officer
Janis Kelly ... Singer of Massenet Aria (voice)
Colin Dexter ... (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 3: Twilight of the Gods

20 January 1993
When Gwladys Probert, a world renowned mezzo-soprano, is shot by a sniper at Oxford, Morse, one of her biggest fans, sees a link with an earlier murder of a freelance journalist.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis

Sheila Gish ... Gwladys Probert
Elaine English ... Tammy
Alan David ... Sir Watkin Davies
Celia Montague ... Adele Baydon

Rachel Weisz ... Arabella Baydon
Paul Rattigan ... Mark Scott

John Bluthal ... Victor Ignotas
Julian Curry ... Alan Cartwright
Don Fellows ... Lyman Stansky

Robert Hardy ... Andrew Baydon
Joan Blackham ... Helen Buscott
Michaela Noakes ... Janet

Allan Corduner ... Gentile Bellocchio
Harry Ditson ... Simon Vavasseur
Caroline Berry ... Mari Probert
Paul Stacey ... Stephen Bartlett
Jennifer Piercey ... Mrs. Thompson

John Gielgud ... Lord Hinksey
Jean Anderson ... Lady Hinksey
Steven Beard ... Florist
Brian Bovell ... Pierre
Julie Legrand ... Brigitte de Plessy
Glen Davies ... Policeman

Doug Bradley ... Clergyman Williams
Charlie Walker-Wise ... Page Boy (as Charlie Walker Wise)
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
David Shimwell ... Police Constable
Jason Arcari ... Police Constable
Billy Hartman ... Police Sergeant
Lynne Verrall ... Librarian
Myles Hoyle ... Reporter
Janet Jefferies ... Reporter
Ian Keith ... Police Sergeant
Philip Childs ... Police Detective
Michael Vaughan ... Reporter
Iain Rattray ... Fingerprint Lab Director
Susan McCulloch ... Singing voice of Gwladys Probert (voice)
Brian Conroy ... Reporter (uncredited)
Colin Dexter ... Man in Sheldonian Theatre Behind Lord Hinksey (uncredited)
James Naughtie ... Radio 4 Interviewer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: The Way Through the Woods

29 November 1995
When a serial killer is murdered in prison, his deathbed confession disavows one of the murders he had previously confessed to. Morse wants to reopen the case.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Gary Powell ... Steven Parnell
Vivienne Ritchie ... Claire Osborne
Nicholas Le Prevost ... Dr. Alan Hardinge
Steven Crossley ... Prison Chaplain
Maggie Shevlin ... Margaret Daley
James D. White ... Philip Daley

Christopher Fairbank ... George Daley (as Chris Fairbank)
Mark Feakins ... TV Reporter
Malcolm Storry ... DCI Martin Johnson
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange

Michelle Fairley ... Cathy Michaels
John Malcolm ... Williams
George Beach ... DC Renton

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
Robin Soans ... Alisdair McBryde

Neil Dudgeon ... David Michaels
Peter Needham ... Estate Manager
Kay Stonham ... Lynne Hardinge
Simon Scott ... Croxley
Alex Giannini ... Mourner (as Alex Richardson)
Shaun Williamson ... Garage Cashier
Colin Dexter ... Man at Concert in Opening (uncredited)
Beth Robert ... Garage Cashier (uncredited)

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: The Daughters of Cain

27 November 1996
An Oxford professor and fund raiser is stabbed to death at home with a weapon that is yet to be stolen from a university museum.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis

Gabrielle Lloyd ... Brenda Brooks

Phyllis Logan ... Julia Stevens
Bernard Brown ... Dr. Felix McClure
Jasper Jacob ... Michael Mansell

Benjamin Whitrow ... Brownlee

Tony Haygarth ... Ted Brooks
Shane Hickmott ... Kevin Costyn

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Angela Catherall ... Mrs. Barnett
Dominic Brunt ... Detective

Lynn Farleigh ... Jane Cotterell
Josephine Clarke ... Nurse

Amanda Ryan ... Kay Brooks

Nadim Sawalha ... Dr. Hassan
Jason Riddington ... Ashley Davies
Jeremy Peters ... Trainer
Andrew Blair ... Constable
Luke Pursey ... Student
Richard Claxton ... Student
Kate Anne ... Student

Chloe Tucker ... Student
Judi Armstrong ... Receptionist
Steve Edwin ... Waterman
Christopher Ashley ... Policeman
Virginia Grainger ... Hospital Sister
Stephen Tindall ... Lab Detective
Andrew Spooner ... Lab Detective (as Andrew James Spooner)
Susie Fairfax ... Nurse
Nicky Goldie ... Policewoman
Richard Wellings-Thomas ... Policeman
Colin Dexter ... Mr. Humphreys (uncredited)
Tony Red Richards ... Doctor (uncredited)
Laurence Richardson ... Miles (uncredited)

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Death Is Now My Neighbour

19 November 1997
When the next-door neighbor of a murdered woman is also killed, Morse suspects the first shooting may have been an error.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Mark McGann ... Geoffrey Owens
Julia Dalkin ... Rachel James

Judy Loe ... Adele Cecil
Susan Field ... Mrs. Adams
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Roger Allam ... Denis Cornford
Holley Chant ... Shelly Cornford

Richard Briers ... Sir Clixby Bream
Susan Engel ... Dora Hammersby

John Shrapnel ... Dr. Julian Storrs
Lloyd Hutchinson ... DC Jackson
Maggie Steed ... Angela Storrs
Colin McCormack ... Hargreaves (as Colin MacCormack)
Jacquelyn Yorke ... Amber

Ben Caplan ... Barman
Nicola Jeffries ... Diane Cullingham
Ashley Gunstock ... Hotel Porter
Nicholas Lopez ... PC Dixon
Margery Bone ... Cathy - Hotel Maid
David Fennell ... Lord Lieutenant
Walter McMonagle ... Chief Constable
Oliver Grig ... Ken Lewis
Candida Gubbins ... Sarah Hickman
Colin Dexter ... Vicar at College Dinner (uncredited)

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 1: The Wench Is Dead

11 November 1998
While Morse is in hospital for a bleeding ulcer, he takes an interest in an 1859 murder and becomes convinced its resolution was a miscarriage of justice.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Lisa Eichhorn ... Dr. Millicent 'Millie' Van Buren
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Louisa Lawrenson ... Nurse Hall
David Keyes ... Walter Towns (as David Keys)
Paul Mari ... Rory Jack Oldfield

Judy Loe ... Adele Cecil
Alan Mason ... Mr. Greenaway
Aline Mowat ... Sister Nessie MacLean
Sara Carver ... Nurse Fiona
Philip Quast ... Mr. Benfield
Karen Staples ... Mona
Matthew Finney ... PC Adrian Kershaw
Jonathan Copestake ... Philip Tomes
Andrew Grubb ... Ward (as Andy Grubb)
Kim Durham ... Alfred Musson
Kieran Aherne ... Charles Franks (as Kieran Ahern)
Liam Barr ... Thomas Wootton
Candida Rundle ... Hannah McNeil
Patrick Hannaway ... Dr. Willis
Ian Coulson ... Constable
Chris Hargreaves ... Constable Harrison (as Christopher Hargreaves)
Jamie Christian ... Constable Dean
Jeff Nuttall ... Mr. Justice Benham

Michael Culkin ... Mr. Sergeant Williams, Prosecution
Simeon Andrews ... Mr. Sergeant Lyons, Defence
Peter Glancy ... Jury Foreman

Robert Ashe ... Foreman

Juliet Cowan ... Joanna Franks

Nick Raggett ... Stevens
Robert Gasser ... Librarian
Sarah Lam ... Susan Ho
Neville Phillips ... Chaplain
Roger Llewellyn ... Governor

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
Osmund Bullock ... Verger
Eamon Geoghegan ... Mulvaney
Robert Atiko ... MC
Colin Dexter ... Man at Conference in Opening (uncredited)

Season 12


Season 12, Episode 1: The Remorseful Day

15 November 2000
An ailing Morse involves himself in a year old cold murder case of a nymphomaniac is when persons of interest connected with it turn up dead.

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse

Kevin Whately ... Detective Sergeant Lewis
Meg Davies ... Yvonne Harrison
Eddie Webber ... Harry Repp

Anna Wilson-Jones ... Sandra Harrison

Paul Freeman ... Frank Harrison
James Benson ... Paddy Flynn

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
James Grout ... Chief Superintendent Strange
Paul Hegarty ... SOCO Officer

T.P. McKenna ... Professor Sir Lionel Phelps
Helen Pearson ... Debbie Repp
Sean Wightman ... PC at Landfill

Jesse Birdsall ... John Barron
Aidan David ... Roy Holmes (as Aidan J. David)
Colin Spaull ... Chas - Pub Landlord

Simon Hepworth ... Simon Harrison
Richard Betts ... Waiter
Barbara Lott ... Mrs. Bayley
Barbara Kirby ... Shop Assistant
Annette Ekblom ... Mrs. Liz Holmes
Wesley Smith ... Newsreader
Anna Rose ... Tour Rep
Timothy Kightley ... Morse's Solicitor (as Tim Kightly)
Sharon Maiden ... Linda Barron
Alisa Bosschaert ... Josie Flynn
Ann Wenn ... Check-in Clerk
Colin Dexter ... Man in Wheelchair (uncredited)

Carlton Jarvis ... Consultant Anaesthetist (uncredited)

Barrington Pheloung ... Choir Master (uncredited)

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