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|Thomas Geoffrey "Tom" Barnaby|
|Midsomer Murders character|
|Portrayed by||John Nettles|
|First appearance||The Killings at Badger's Drift (23 March 1997)|
|Last appearance||Fit for Murder (2 February 2011)|
|Created by||Caroline Graham|
|Occupation||Detective Chief Inspector (until 2011)
Retired (2011- )
Tom Barnaby first appears in the programme's first episode The Killings at Badger's Drift and last appears in Fit for Murder, an episode broadcast on 2 February 2011, which is the final episode of the thirteenth series. He states in an episode called Picture of Innocence that his birthday is 20 April 1943. He is married to Joyce Barnaby, played by Jane Wymark and has a daughter called Cully, played by Laura Howard. He appeared in 81 episodes before handing over to his cousin John (Neil Dudgeon). He is assisted in every episode by a sergeant. He has three sergeants throughout his tenure, Gavin Troy; 1997-2003, Daniel Scott; 2003-2005 and Benjamin Jones; 2005-2011.
The Inspector Barnaby Book Series
- Caroline Graham, The Killings at Badger's Drift, 1987
- Caroline Graham, Death of a Hollow Man, 1989
- Caroline Graham, Death in Disguise, 1992
- Caroline Graham, Written in Blood, 1994
- Caroline Graham, Faithful unto Death, 1996
- Caroline Graham, A Place of Safety, 1999
- Caroline Graham, A Ghost in the Machine, 2004
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