|First TV Appearance||The Knights Of The Realm|
|Weapons & Gear||N/A|
|Quote||"Social standing is everything!"|
|Voice Actor||Brian Drummond|
Cuthbert "Bertie" Richmond is Lance Richmond's father and husband to Goldie Richmond. He is a former knight and close friend to King Halbert. He is first mentioned by name in The Golden Castle, and was originally only seen in the App-exclusive episode The Knights Of The Realm until he appeared in Season 2.
Cuthbert doesn't particularly believe in working hard, and bought his way to the top - as well as Lance's way to the top. He believes that social standing is everything, and both he and his wife regret indulging Lance in his interest in acting. Being neglectful and dismissive toward their son, neither of Lance's parents cared about what he wanted to do with his life. Instead caring more about their image and tradition, forcing him to become a knight against his will.
Similarly to his son, Cuthbert is very spoiled and full of himself. However, unlike his son he is not concerned with the well-being of others. He is a hoity-toity noble who looks down upon commoners and can be quite unapologetically rude, with no second-thoughts about how he might effect others. He is seemingly against the idea of funding public events and opening estate to commoners.
Cuthbert has short blond hair swept to his left (the viewer's right) in a similar fashion to his son's hair. His face has defined cheekbones, much like his son and wife, and he has a blond-colored goatee. He wears a blue tunic with the Richmond family crest across it's chest, and a gold belt worn around his waist. His pants are white with gold stripes and a matching white jacket with gold accent, and he wears brown shoes with lighter-brown colored soles.
- The name Cuthbert is Modern English variation of an Anglo-Saxon name, meaning "bright fame." - referencing the fact that the Richmonds are rich and famous.
- Main article: Category:Cuthbert Richmond images
- The Golden Castle (mentioned)
- The Knights Of The Realm, Part One
- Greed is Good?
- Knight at the Museum