Midsomer Murders is a long running TV series based on the award winning Inspector Barnaby novels by mystery writer Caroline Graham, who the Sunday Times describes as "the best detective writer since Agatha Christie".
In each episode, the Midsomer community is shattered by violent crimes, suspects are placed under suspicion, and it is up to DCI Tom Barnaby, (replaced in series 14 by his cousin DCI John Barnaby), to calmly and diligently eliminate the innocent and ruthlessly pursue the guilty.
Barry Jackson (born 29 March 1938) is an English actor.
He is known for his roles on film and television.
Doctor George Bullard (Barry Jackson) (series 1-14) is Causton's resident pathologist. Bullard goes about his work with a professional skill and a cheery personality. He is a good friend of Tom Barnaby's and has been a regular throughout the series (save for a brief spell, when his place was taken by Dr. Dan Peterson played by Toby Jones).
In later episodes, Bullard has often played a greater role in the plot, even making a sterling appearance in the Midsomer Worthy Choir in Death in Chorus. In one episode, he admits to the "accidental" death of his wife while on tour at a slaughter house. At the end of The Oblong Murders, Bullard tells Barnaby that he's going to take some time off: "I've decided to do some fishing. Like Tom. He suggested a holiday in Ireland.", which is most likely his retirement (like Tom).
Dr. George Bullard Photos
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