List of IT Ain't Half Hot Mum Episodes - Main Cast

Main Cast

  • Donald Hewlett as Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Reynolds
  • Michael Knowles as Captain Jonathan Ashwood
  • Windsor Davies as Battery Sergeant Major Tudor Williams
  • George Layton as Bombardier "Solly" Solomons
  • Melvyn Hayes as Gunner / Bombardier "Gloria" Beaumont
  • Don Estelle as Gunner "Lofty" Harold Sugden
  • Christopher Mitchell as Gunner "Parky" Nigel Parkins
  • John Clegg as Gunner "Paderewski" Jonathan Graham
  • Stuart McGugan as Gunner "Atlas" Mackintosh
  • Kenneth MacDonald as Gunner "Nobby" Clark
  • Mike Kinsey as Gunner "Nosher" Evans
  • Michael Bates as Bearer Rangi Ram
  • Dino Shafeek as Char Wallah Muhammed
  • Babar Bhatti as Punkah Wallah Rumzan
  • Andy Ho as Ah Syn – Chinese cook

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