Stath Lets Flats (2018– )
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A Pushy Boy 

Stath needs to impress his dad/boss and let some flats, after losing his patience and pushing a customer, but he's not as fast as the other agents when it comes to arranging viewings

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Tom Kingsley
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Episode credited cast:
Alex Beckett Alex Beckett ... Marcus
Fergus Craig Fergus Craig ... Lawrence
Mark Davison ... Mike
Jamie Demetriou ... Stath
Natasia Demetriou ... Sophie
Al Roberts ... Al (as Alastair Roberts)
Tania Rodrigues ... Receptionist
Kiell Smith-Bynoe ... Dean
Christos Stergioglou ... Vasos
Tom Stourton ... Robbie
Sona Vyas ... Helen
Phoebe Walsh ... Debbie
Katy Wix ... Carole
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Socially awkward Stath works for his Greek-Cypriot family's lettings agency Michael and Eagle but his ineptitude means he is never successful. When his father Vasos announces his intention to retire Stath assumes he will take over the business, rather than the super-efficient Carole, but after he has pushed one client and wrecked another's flat trying it to rid it of a pigeon it seems unlikely. Written by don @ minifie-1

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A Pushy Boy
8 August 2020 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

The first series of Stath Lets Flats was nominated for two Baftas.

It just shows what I know about comedy.

Written and starring Jamie Demetriou. He plays aggressive and incompetent British Greek Cypriot Stath who works in the letting agency run by his dad. In short Stath is there because of nepotism.

Incidentally the actress playing Stath's sister is Natasia Demetriou, Jamie's real life sister.

This was an underwhelming and unfunny opener. Stath is accused by his father of being too pushy to potential tenants. He tries to steal a rental from a fellow worker Carole. He injures another worker Al and then refuses to take him to hospital.

The funniest bit was when Stath tries to catch a pigeon for an angry tenant and damages some television screens.

Maybe the first series improves as it goes on.


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English

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27 June 2018 (UK) See more »

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