|Occupation||Barman at the Gatsby Club|
|First appearance||11th February 1980|
|Last appearance||13th February 1980|
|Number of appearances||2|
|Played by||Peter Lorenzelli|
Tony was the genial barman at the Gatsby Club. Respectful to owner Ralph Lancaster and helpful to customers, he was nevertheless handy in a difficult situation such as occurred when Len Fairclough, looking for absconded wife Rita and not believing that Lancaster was ignorant of her whereabouts, came round looking for trouble. Eric, a bouncer, Tony and Lancaster restrained Len who was punched to the floor and ejected swiftly.
- Credited as “Barman”, the character's name was given in dialogue. The end credits also mis-spelled the actor’s name as “Peter Lorinzelli”.