The Vicar The Vicar is a fictional character on the British comedy Keeping Up Appearances. Personality and Traits Edit The Vicar (whose name is revealed as 'Michael' in The Vicar's Wife), is generally pleasant, emphathetic and dedicated to his parishioners. Trivia Edit She is played by Scottish actress Marion Baron. In the episode 'How To Go On Holiday Without Really Trying' at the Ladies Guild Church clea, she tricks Hyacinth into volunteering to clean the church hall toilet area. Retrieved from " scottdwebgraphics.com%27s_Wife?oldid= ". Keeping Up Appearances: Shirley Stelfox, Mary Millar, Patricia Routledge, Clive Swift, Josephine Tewson, Geoffrey Hughes, Judy Cornwell, Jeremy Gittins Keeping Up Appearances - Cast. The other vicar (played by Gerald Sim) had a single appearance in the episode "The Christening". He is of an older appearance than Michael the vicar, and his . Keeping Up Appearances was a great success in the UK, and also captured large audiences in the US, Canada, Australia, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Ireland, Belgium, and the Netherlands. By February , it had been sold nearly 1, times to overseas broadcasters, making it BBC Worldwide 's most exported television scottdwebgraphics.com of episodes: 44 + 2 shorts (list of episodes).
His Lordship 1 episode, Follow IMDb on. She is an excellent housekeeper, keeping the house immaculately clean and setting absolutely beautiful tables for dinners and functions. The visitor 1 episode, Elizabeth 43 episodes, Mary Millar Charmian May , who played Mrs.
He lived on the ground floor, and spent most of his time snoozing in a wheelchair with his gouty foot propped up. The houseowner 1 episode, Keturah Sorrell The Vicar and his wife are mutual in their dislike of Hyacinth and refer to her as "The Bucket woman". Liz feels pity for Hyacinth's and Richard's son, Sheridan, as well, believing "he never really stood a chance" with Hyacinth for a mother. Man near reception uncredited 1 episode, She first met Hyacinth while looking for her lost dog Hyacinth and Richard were staying in the cottage at the time.
In , the documentary series featured an episode dedicated to Keeping Up Appearances. Hyacinth admits that she doesn't know what the committee does, she just wants a seat on it. However, she cannot abide anyone one-upping her when it comes to social events or showing the same snobbery she herself shows. Roy Clarke. His dislike of Hyacinth his so intense that he literally hides from her as often as possible.