Resident at an apartment in Ebury Street near Sloane Square, run by Bowles, Corky is a writer and an old school friend of Ukridge and George Tupper – they were all at Wrykyn together. He has produced at least one novel, but mainly relies on magazine work. Despite the constant embarrassment and expense his friend causes him, Corky is always ready to stand by Ukridge, helping out his schemes with a well-placed loan or job of work. As a result, he develops a strong fear of Ukridge's Aunt Julia.
Corky narrates, or at least introduces, all of the Ukridge shorts.
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