The Inbetweeners ran for a grand total of 18 episodes, but those 18 episodes were wildly popular and the show propelled itself into existence with its crass humour.
The Inbetweeners was a hit show despite its short run, and the show actually had two spin-off movies. But what are the guys up to now? What is Briefcase Wanker Will doing? What has Jay been up to? How is Mr Gilbert doing?
Will Mackenzie – Simon Bird
Simon Bird is an accomplished violinist. Since The Inbetweeners, he’s been fairly busy, he is currently starring in Friday Night Dinner which is in its fourth season. He also appeared in a small art film called The Darkest Universe, which also starred his Inbetweeners co-star Joe Thomas.
Simon Cooper – Joe Thomas
Joe Thomas also jumped into another comedy series fresh out of The Inbetweeners. He appeared in television series Fresh Meat, where he played an insecure college student struggling to cope in the big city. The series recently finished and it doesn’t look as though Joe has anything else lined up for the rest of the year. He is also entirely absent on social media!
Jay Cartwright – James Buckley
James didn’t dive into another television series like his co-stars. He has recently appeared in The Lonely Island’s Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, and is set to appear on The Comedian’s Guide To Survival alongside Gilbert Gottfried, Jimmy Carr and Omid Djalili. He also has a gaming YouTube channel called Completed It Mate.
Neil Sutherland – Blake Harrison
You’ll be amazed to learn that Blake voices the adorable digger Scoop in Bob The Builder. He also starred in the Dad’s Army remake and the indie comedy series Todd Margaret. He also has a 3-year-old child!
Me: what did you put on your list to Santa?
My 3yo: a guitar
Me: anything else?
My 3yo: stay out of my life dad. I don’t need you anymore
— blake harrison (@blakeharrison23) December 16, 2016
Mr Gilbert – Greg Davis
Greg Davis was actually a secondary school teacher for 13 years, and drew from these experiences when working on The Inbetweeners. Since the show ended, he went on to appear in Man Down, a Channel 4 sitcom now in its third series.