Gavin & Stacey is a British television comedy series, following the lives of the title characters Gavin (Mathew Horne) and Stacey (Joanna Page). Stacey lives in Barry, South Wales. Her best friend is Nessa Jenkins (Ruth Jones). Gavin lives in Billericay, Essex. His best friend is Neil "Smithy" Smith (James Corden). During the first two series Gavin lives with his parents Mick (Larry Lamb) and Pam (Alison Steadman). In the third series, he has moved in with Stacey and Stacey's mother, Gwen (Melanie Walters). Uncle Bryn (Rob Brydon) lives directly opposite.
|Actor/actress||Character||First appearance||Last appearance||Duration||Total|
|Mathew Horne||Gavin Shipman||13 May 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2010, 2019||21|
|Joanna Page||Stacey West||13 May 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2010, 2019||21|
|James Corden||Neil "Smithy" Smith||13 May 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2010, 2019||21|
|Ruth Jones||Nessa Jenkins||13 May 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2010, 2019||21|
|Alison Steadman||Pam Shipman||13 May 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2010, 2019||21|
|Larry Lamb||Mick Shipman||13 May 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2010, 2019||21|
|Rob Brydon||Bryn West||13 May 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2010, 2019||21|
|Melanie Walters||Gwen West||13 May 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2010, 2019||21|
|Steffan Rhodri||Dave Coaches||13 May 2007||1 January 2010||2007–2010||10|
|Oscar Hartland||Neil "the Baby" Smith||20 April 2008||25 December 2019||2008–2010, 2019||9|
|Adrian Scarborough||Pete Sutcliffe||13 May 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2009, 2019||8|
|Julia Davis||Dawn Sutcliffe||13 May 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2009, 2019||8|
|Margaret John||Doris O'Neill||13 May 2007||1 January 2010||2007–2010||8|
|Sheridan Smith||Ruth "Rudi" Smith||16 March 2008||1 January 2010||2008–2010||7|
|Robert Wilfort||Jason West||3 June 2007||25 December 2019||2007–2010, 2019||7|
|Mathew Baynton||Deano||11 November 2008||10 December 2009||2008–2009||4|
|Russell Tovey||Budgie||3 June 2007||10 December 2009||2007–2009||4|
|Andrew Knott||Dirtbox||3 June 2007||10 December 2009||2007–2009||4|
|Samuel Anderson||Fingers||3 June 2007||10 December 2009||2007–2009||3|
|Ifan Huw Dafydd||Neil Jenkins||26 November 2009||1 January 2010||2009–2010||3|
|Pam Ferris||Cath Smith||26 November 2009||17 December 2009||2009||2|
|Laura Aikman||Sonia||25 December 2019||25 December 2019||2019||1|
|Gabriel Mitell||Harri Shipman||25 December 2019||25 December 2019||2019||1|
|Martha Tregonning||Caitlin Shipman||25 December 2019||25 December 2019||2019||1|
|Maddison Belle Platt||Megan Shipman||25 December 2019||25 December 2019||2019||1|
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James Kimberley Corden is an English actor, comedian, singer, writer, producer, and television host. In the United States, he is best known as the host of The Late Late Show with James Corden, a late-night talk show that has been on CBS since 2015. In the United Kingdom, he is best known for co-writing and starring in the critically-acclaimed BBC sitcom Gavin & Stacey.
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