Dorothy L. Sayers (1923–1957) is the English-born author of novels, short stories, poetry, essays, reviews, and translations. She is best known for her detective fiction, considered among the classics of the genre, and for her amateur detective character, Lord Peter Wimsey.
Ian Carmichael (1920–2010) appeared in a vast number of television productions, including The Importance of Being Earnest and the outstandingly successful The World of Wooster series for BBC TV. He portrayed Lord Peter Wimsey in several series for television and starred in two seasons of Strathblair. His film appearances included Lucky Jim, The Lady Vanishes, and Heaven’s Above.
Peter Jones (1920–2000) was a British actor, screenwriter, and broadcaster. He was one of the original contestants on the BBC Radio 4 game show Just a Minute, and he voiced The Book in Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Among his many other film, television, and radio credits are Midsomer Murders, Rumpole of the Bailey, Chariots of Fire, and Casualty.