These examples are from the 2019 TV series Ghosts.
A failed Romantic poet from the Regency who falls in love with Alison.
- Chewing the Scenery: "ANSWER THE QUESTION, DAMN YOUR EYES!!!"
- Drama Queen: Particularly when faced with Lord Byron in Free Pass.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: They're all this a little but they all tend to ignore Thomas. Especially when he launches into his poetry or is having a dramatic moment.
- Screams Like a Little Girl: When he gets frightened by things like the toaster.
- Stalker with a Crush: For Alison.
Julian Fawcett MP
A Conservative MP who died at the house in 1993.
- It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time: His pushing Alison out of the window is not as well-received as he thought it would be.
- Sleazy Politician
- Undignified Death: Died in a sex scandal.
- Your Cheating Heart: Heavily implied.
An Edwardian matriarch and former owner of Button House.
- Berserk Button: She's a stickler for etiquette and maintaining a good reputation as Alison quickly discovers.
- Hair-Trigger Temper
- Prim and Proper Bun
- Proper Lady: She likes to think she is.
- Suicide as Comedy: Seeing as the Captain thought she threw herself out of the window, his comments come across as this.
- The Future Is Shocking
An upbeat scout leader. He was accidentally shot through the neck with an arrow on the grounds of the house in 1984.
- Friendly Ghost
- Nice Guy: He's friendly towards everyone and tries to do the right thing.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: In Happy Death Day a couple of the characters note that he's not his usual cheery self. Turns out tomorrow's the anniversary of his death, and his family comes by annually to pay their respects. A bit of a departure from the usual Rapid-Fire Comedy.
- Team Mom: Both towards his youth group and the other ghosts.
A caveman and the oldest ghost in the house.
- Loon with a Heart of Gold
- Only Sane Man: As the oldest of the ghosts by several thousand years, Robin has literally seen it all, and is one of the most level-headed of the ghosts when he's not amusing himself. He'll often be the one to state the simple solution.
- The Trickster
A World War II army officer.
- Ambiguously Gay: Verging on Transparent Closet as of Free Pass.
- Has a Type: Strong men and authority.
- The Leader: Being an army officer, he thinks himself as this.
- Mysterious Past: All of them to some extent but there's no visual clue as to how he died and we don't even know his name.
- Not So Above It All
A cheery but naive Georgian noblewoman.
The Stuart era victim of a witch trial.
- Burn the Witch!: How she died.
- Genius Ditz: After a day on a film set she proves quite adept at direction.
A Tudor nobleman trying to reunite his head and body.
- Cranium Chase: His body is often seen walking past his head because he can't hear him shouting.
A group of medieval peasants who "live" in the basement.
A young woman who inherits Button House from a distant relative. She plans to turn the derelict house into a hotel.
- Celeb Crush: Toby Nightingale, the lead actor in the drama being filmed in the house, is her free pass.
- Death-Activated Superpower: Has the ability to see ghosts after her brush with death.
- Happily Married: With Mike.
- I See Dead People: Certainly causes her some issues when living people are around too.
- Only Sane Man: In a house full of bizarre ghosts, she is this.
- Unexpected Inheritance: Button House from her very distant relative.Alison: So she was like my step-great auntie?Lawyer: There's no real term for what you are.
- Unfazed Everyman: After Gorilla War.
Alison's husband. After their move, he has grand plans for how to repair the house.