- A Taxi Driver in May 1961 (credited as "Newal Palmer")
- Mr Hartley in September 1965
- Walter Biddulph, the owner of the premises that eventually became The Kabin in May 1973.
His other credits include Skyport, The Artful Dodger, The Avengers, No Hiding Place, The Plane Makers, Armchair Theatre, Dixon of Dock Green, Nearest and Dearest, Please Sir!, The Morecambe & Wise Show, Follyfoot, Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?, I Didn't Know You Cared, Emmerdale Farm, Z Cars and the first episode of the Leonard Swindley spin-off Turn out the Lights in 1967.
Under the name of Newell Palmer, he was also a theatrical designer and worked with Arthur Leslie in a production of his play Welcome Little Stranger for the Jack Rose Repertory Players in Blackpool in 1957.