Characters similar to or like Perry Mason

American fictional character, a criminal defense lawyer who is the main character in works of detective fiction written by Erle Stanley Gardner. Wikipedia

  • Paul Drake (character)

    Fictional private detective in the Perry Mason series of murder mystery novels by Erle Stanley Gardner. Described as tall and slouching, nondescript , and frequently wearing an expression of droll humor. Wikipedia

  • Della Street

    Fictional secretary of Perry Mason in the long-running series of novels, short stories, films, and radio and television programs featuring the fictional defense attorney created by Erle Stanley Gardner. Revealed to have come from a wealthy, or at least well-to-do, family that was wiped out by the stock market crash of 1929. Wikipedia

  • Hamilton Burger

    Fictional Los Angeles County District Attorney in the long-running series of novels, films, and radio and television programs featuring Perry Mason, the fictional defense attorney created by Erle Stanley Gardner. Described as "a broad-shouldered, thick-necked individual with a close-cropped moustache". Wikipedia

  • Nero Wolfe

    Fictional character, a brilliant, oversized, eccentric armchair detective created in 1934 by American mystery writer Rex Stout. Born in Montenegro and keeps his past murky. Wikipedia

  • Sam Spade

    Fictional character and the protagonist of Dashiell Hammett's 1930 novel, The Maltese Falcon. Spade also appeared in four lesser-known short stories by Hammett. Wikipedia

  • Fictional character in a series of detective novels and short stories by Margery Allingham. Adventure story involving a ring of criminals, and would go on to feature in another 18 novels and over 20 short stories. Wikipedia

  • The Continental Op

    Fictional character created by Dashiell Hammett. Private investigator employed as an operative of the Continental Detective Agency's San Francisco office. Wikipedia

  • Rachel Green

    Fictional character, one of the six main characters who appeared in the American sitcom Friends. Created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, and appeared in all of the show's 236 episodes during its decade-long run, from its premiere on September 22, 1994 to its finale on May 6, 2004. Wikipedia

  • Bengali fictional detective character created by novelist Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay. The character first appeared in the novel Monojder Advut Bari. Wikipedia

  • Monica Geller

    Fictional character, one of the six main characters who appears on the American sitcom Friends . Created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, and portrayed by actress Courteney Cox, Monica appears in each of the show's 236 episodes, from its premiere on September 24, 1994, to its finale on May 6, 2004. Wikipedia

  • Fictional police officer who is the main character in H. R. F. Keating's detective novels. Inspector in the police force of Bombay , India. Wikipedia

  • Stan Beeman

    Fictional character in the American television drama series The Americans on FX, and the supporting male character. Created by series creator Joe Weisberg and is portrayed by Noah Emmerich. Wikipedia

  • Inspector Morse

    Eponymous fictional character in the series of detective novels by British author Colin Dexter. On television, he appears in the 33-episode drama series Inspector Morse (1987–2000), in which John Thaw played the character, as well as the (2012–) prequel series Endeavour, portrayed by Shaun Evans. Wikipedia

  • Jennifer Jareau

    Fictional character from the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds, portrayed by A. J. Cook. During various episodes, Jareau has described growing up in a small town near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Wikipedia

  • One of the two fictional main characters in John Ball's 1965 novel In the Heat of the Night. Also the protagonist in six sequels to that novel. Wikipedia

  • Calleigh Duquesne

    Fictional character on the CBS crime drama CSI: Miami, portrayed by Emily Procter. Ballistics and tool mark specialist originally from Louisiana. Wikipedia

  • Jason Gideon

    Fictional character in the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds, portrayed by Mandy Patinkin. Senior Supervisory Special Agent and the unit chief of the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit, and has appeared from the series' pilot episode "Extreme Aggressor", which was originally broadcast on September 22, 2005. Wikipedia

  • Mickey Haller

    Fictional character created by Michael Connelly in the 2005 novel The Lincoln Lawyer. Paternal half-brother of Connelly's best-known character, LAPD Detective Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch. Wikipedia

  • Emily Prentiss

    Fictional character on the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds, portrayed by Paget Brewster. Prentiss first appeared in "The Last Word" (episode nine of season two), replacing Agent Elle Greenaway, who had quit in "The Boogeyman". Wikipedia

  • Fictional character from the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds, portrayed by Bellamy Young. She works at a museum as she mentions to Jack that she looks at art all day, and she has appeared from season seven's tenth episode. Wikipedia

  • Luke Alvez

    Fictional character on the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds, portrayed by Adam Rodríguez. Born in the Bronx, New York. Wikipedia

  • Matt Dillon (Gunsmoke)

    Fictional character featured on both the radio and television versions of Gunsmoke. He serves as the U.S. Marshal of Dodge City, Kansas, who works to preserve law and order in the western frontier of the 1870s. Wikipedia

  • Fictional character and the main title character on the controversial 1970s sitcom Maude. Portrayed by the Emmy-winning actress Bea Arthur. Wikipedia

  • Matt Simmons (Criminal Minds)

    Fictional character on the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders and Criminal Minds, portrayed by Daniel Henney. Of mixed Caucasian and Korean parentage and it is implied that he was ostracized by his paternal grandparents as they were against his parents' union. Wikipedia

  • Lead character in a series of detective novels written by Robert B. Parker. They were among his last works, and the first series in which the novelist used the third-person narrative. Wikipedia

  • Yelina Salas

    Fictional character on the CBS crime drama CSI: Miami, portrayed by Sofia Milos. Credited as a main cast member throughout the series' third season, and a recurring cast member throughout the first, second, fifth, sixth, and seventh seasons, respectively. Wikipedia

  • Archie Goodwin (character)

    Fictional character in Rex Stout's mysteries. The witty narrator of all the stories, he recorded the cases of his boss, Nero Wolfe, from 1934 (Fer-de-Lance) to 1975 (A Family Affair). Wikipedia

  • Annalise Keating

    Fictional character in the legal drama series How to Get Away with Murder. Responsible for creating and developing the character, and American actress Viola Davis portrays Keating since the show's inception. Wikipedia

  • Ryan Wolfe

    Fictional character on the CBS crime drama CSI: Miami, portrayed by Jonathan Togo. Hired after CSI Tim Speedle is killed on the job. Wikipedia

  • David Rossi

    Fictional character in the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds, portrayed by Joe Mantegna. Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit, and has appeared from the episode "About Face", which was originally broadcast on October 31, 2007, during the show's third season. Wikipedia

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