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Sir John Bullock
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Biographical information
Marital status Single
Title(s) Sir
Physical information
Gender Male
Hair colour Brown
Affiliation
Loyalty Mrs Jefferson
Rose MacClare (formerly)
Behind the scenes
Portrayed by Andrew Alexander

Sir John Bullock, Bt.[1] is a friend of the Crawley family.

BiographyEdit

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John and Rose dancing.

He is one of the guests at a Downton Abbey house party in 1922. While there, he catches the eye of Rose MacClare, with whom he shares a dance. He also plays poker with Lord Grantham, but like him and Anthony Foyle loses money to the swindler Terence Sampson. Fortunately Michael Gregson realizes Sampson was cheating and cheats him out of it, returning the money to all three men. Bullock walks away, happily holding up an IOU he had signed.

He later accompanies Rose, Crawley, Tom, Rosamund, and Lord Gillingham on an outing in London to the Lotus Jazz Club.  Unfortunately, he gets drunk and makes a complete fool of himself. Even as Rose suggests they go sit down again, he insists not. But he soon leaves Rose on the dance floor, and she starts dancing with Jack Ross. Rosamund tells Rose she had best abandon any relationship with Bullock following his behavior, which she does.

QuotesEdit

  • How are we supposed to keep going if not properly fueled?

AppearancesEdit

Appearances and Mentions
   
Series 4 Episode 1 Episode 2 Episode 3
Appears
Episode 4
Appears
Episode 5 Episode 6 Episode 7 Episode 8 Christmas Special

NotesEdit

  • "Sir" is the title used by both knights (whose titles are not hereditary) and baronets (whose titles are hereditary). As Sir John is still a very young man, it is unlikely that he has been knighted by the King for some noteworthy accomplishment of his own. Instead, he is probably an hereditary baronet, who gained his title automatically when his father died. In "Behind the Scenes at Downton Abbey: The official companion to all four series", by Emma Rowley, Sir John Bullock is credited as a baronet.

References Edit

  1. "Behind the Scenes at Downton Abbey: The official companion to all four series", by Emma Rowley: Page 280

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