layabout


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a self-indulgent person who spends time avoiding work or other useful activity

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Russell as the billionaire layabout Brand as billionaire Loved-up.
But even after his latest health problems his chiefs at Granada TV were saying there were no plans to write Hilda's layabout hubby out of the series.
Immigrants on benefits and the house you can't afford The layabout on benefits who smokes and drinks all day and then wants the NHS to bail him out Public servants on gold plated pensions you don't aspire to .
But defiant supporters vowed to carry on fundraising and yesterday enlisted the help of former Coronation Street star Bruce Jones, who played layabout Les Battersby.
CORONATION Street actor Bruce Jones, who plays layabout Les Battersby is to leave the show, ITV has said.
Jones, who plays layabout Les Battersby, was asked to stay away from filming on the ITV1 show while the claims are investigated.
Jones, who plays layabout Les Batters by, was asked to stay away from filming on the ITVi show while the claims are investigated.
Using the medium of the musical, the production - written by Alan Price and Trevor Peacock - promises to take audiences on a journey through the life, loves, traumas headaches and laughs of the famous little layabout, made famous by Reg Smythe in the Daily Mirror.
ACTOR Hywel Bennett is going from lovable layabout to mad mobster as he joins the cast of EastEnders, it was announced today.
Rather than appreciate his layabout logic, Sonny's girlfriend Vanessa (Kristy Swanson) frets about his lack of ambition.
not because of Jon the "pilot" and his scoundrel behaviour but because layabout Les Battersby has finally found a job
Actor Bill Tarmey, who has played the layabout for over 30 years, is planning to make an advert to be shown after the closing credits in his final episode.
COMIC Steve Coogan (below) is to revive his foul-mouthed layabout character Paul Calf for a new TV series after an absence of eight years.
He revealed: "I was a layabout and didn't finish school.
The Young Ones did layabout squalour 25 years before BBC3 came into being.