Mind Your language- Cast then & Now!

Only a few shows that appeared on the television so far had stayed in our minds for long. “Mind Your Language” was one of its own kind of show which has been able to mark a prominent memory.

We all have been jerking our minds to find a clue where the legendary actors of this phenomenal show are now and what the cast is upto nowadays. Compiling all my searches in a single article I would love to the show the real time pictures of our very beloved Mind You Language cast with a few moments of sadness.

Before we proceed I would like to re highlight some shocking revelations and interesting facts about this comedy show. After appearing for almost years this show was finally cancelled by the Deputy Controller of Entertainment because he considered it offending to stereotype each and every person from a nation.

Albert Moses-AKA Ranjeet Singh passed away in Sep 2017

Mind Your Language

Each and every character played  by one of the brilliant cast ever has given a certain definition to the story line. The cast of this TV play had the collection of different foreigners fitting perfectly to the theme of the show. Though it has passed many decades but we all must be assuming, how the cast of this amazing show turned up today.


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Francoise Pascal – Who played the role of a seductive French girl named- Danielle Favre.


mind-your-language-2mind-your-language-1George Camiller acting as  Giovanni Capello





Pik Sen Lim

Alive & Kicking



Kevork Malikyan







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                                                                                     Anna Bergman Ingrid Svensen






Ricardo Montez playing the role of Juan Cervantes














Jamila Massey

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Zara Nutley as Miss Dolores Courtney – the Headmistress of the school ( Who is no more with us 🙁 She passed away in 2012 )




Dino Shafeeq, playing the role of Ali Nadeem, who came from Pakistan and doesn’t work anywhere but earns way more after being unemployed. Dino Shafeeq also is no more with us.:(

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Albert Moses as Ranjeet Singh – A Sikh from India- Working in England’s Underground.
Interesting Fact: Albert Moses is actually a Sri Lankan  Christian playing the role of Hindu Sikh.

You might be wondering how beautifully he performed this role without letting us know his true roots.Albert Moses Passed away Recently






Barry Evans as Mr Jeremy Brown – the English teacher!

Our very beloved Mr.Brown, Mr. Jeremy Brown also couldn’t pace his older looks for the show because of his ever charming sweet smile on his face. Unfortunately, Mr. Brown was found dead after sometimes in his house. Sources tell us that his death was caused by the over consumption of Alcohol.


Mind your Language

No matter how old we have all grown, Mind your language is still in our hearts. Alot of copied versions were telecasted in various countries but no one could stand the charm of our original Mind your language Series.Lets us start the amazing nostalgic sequence of our favorite Mind your language (British Sitcom) aired in 1977:

Number of series of Mind your language:
3 series of Mind your language were made by LWT between the  years 1977–1979, Mind your language last series was briefly revived in 1986 for 13 episodes, with six of the original cast.

Mind your Language

Mind your Language

Creator of Mind your language: Vince Powell About the creator
About the cast of Mind your language:

School Staff:

  • Barry Evan
  • Zara Nutley
  • Iris Sadler
  • Tommy Godfrey



Find about the cast of Mind your Language- Alive or dead!Mind your Language Cast- Then and now!

  • George Camiller:
    George Camiller as Giovanni Cupello


  • Jacki Harding:
  • Jacki Harding as Anna Schmidt







  • Kevork Malikyan:
    Kevork Malikyan as Maximillian Andrea Archimedes Papandrious





Show was broadcasted and aired in the following countries:
Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, India, Malaysia, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana and Singapore.

Number of series of Mind your language:


Series Premieres Episodes Last Episodes
1 30 December 1977 13 23 March 1978
2 5 October 1978 8 23 November 1978
3 25 October 1979 8 20 December 1979
4 4 January 1986 13 21 April 1986

Series 1- Mind your langauge:
Episode Name:

01                The First Lesson” 30 December 1977
02 “An Inspector Calls” 5 January 1978
03 “A Fate Worse Than Death” 12 January 1978
04 “All Through the Night” 19 January 1978
05 “The Best Things in Life” 26 January 1978
06 “Come Back, All Is Forgiven” 2 February 1978
07 “The Cheating Game” 9 February 1978
08 “Better to Have Loved and Lost” 16 February 1978
09 “Kill or Cure” 23 February 1978
10 “Hello, Sailor” 2 March 1978
11 “A Point of Honour” 10 March 1978
12 “How’s Your Father?” 17 March 1978
13 “The Examination” 24 March 1978

Series 2 Mind your Langauge:

14 “All Present If Not Correct” 7 October 1978
15 “Queen for a Day!” 14 October 1978
16 “Brief Re-encounter” 21 October 1978
17 “Many Happy Returns” 28 October 1978
18 “Don’t Forget the Driver” 4 November 1978
19 “A Hard Day’s Night” 11 November 1978
20 “Take Your Partners” 18 November 1978
21 “After Three” 25 November 1978

Series 3 Mind your language:


22 “I Belong To Glasgow” 28 October 1979
23 “Who Loves Ya Baby?” 3 November 1979
24 “No Flowers By Request” 10 November 1979
25 “Just the Job” 17 November 1979
26 “Guilty or Not Guilty?” 24 November 1979
27 “Repent At Leisure” 1 December 1979
28 “The School Fete” 8 December 1979
29 “What a Tangled Web” 15 December 1979

Series 4 Mind your language

30 “Never Say Die” 30 September 1985
31 “Too Many Cooks”
32 “Easy Come Easy Go”
33 “Fifty Years On”
34 “Time and Tide”
35 “Ghoulies and Ghosties”
36 “Mama Mia!”
37 “A Rash Decision”
38 “Wedding Fever”
39 “Everybody’s Out”





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