Born: 7th September
Spouse: Dermot Brown
Hilary Nicholson (Mother)
Jonathan Nicholson (Father)
Mary Sheridan (Aunt, deceased)
Agnes Brown (Mother-in-law)
Cathy Brown (Sister-in-law)
Mark Brown (Brother-in-law)
Rory Brown (Brother-in-law)
Trevor Brown (Brother-in-law)
Simon Brown (Brother-in-law)
Betty Brown (Sister in-law)
Bono Brown (Nephew)
Maria Brown (née Nicholson): is Dermot's wife. She's very posh, but still a nice girl.
Maria Brown (formerly Maria Nicholson) is the wife of Dermot Brown and mother to John, George and Ringo Brown. Maria comes from a very wealthy and posh family with her mother being Hilary Nicholson. Maria married Dermot in the episode "Mammy of the Groom". Up until then they were engaged.
Mrs Brown's Boys Original SeriesEdit
1. The Last Wedding Part 1
Maria is engaged to Trevor However, with weeks to go till the wedding, Trevor became more concerned with the many thousands of people in the world who were dying from starvation
2. The Last Wedding Part 2
Trevor eventually revealed to a priest that he had applied to go to Rwanda as a volunteer missionairy. When his application was accepted, Trevor broke off his engagement to Maria, who had been getting close to Dermot, so she married him instead.
3. Believe it or not
4. Good Mourning Mrs Brown
5. Triple Trouble
In the begining of Triple Trouble, Maria is in labour, with Dermot and the rest of the Brown family encouraging Dermot.
6. How Now Mrs Brown
7. The Seven Year Itch
Maria plans Sharon Mcgoogan's hen party and wedding
Mrs Brown's Boys BBC SeriesEdit
Season 1 (2001)
1. The Mammy Edit
First appearance, having split up with Dermot because he wouldn't move in with her. By the end of the episode, however, they're engaged.
2. Mammy's SecretEdit
Does not appear.
3. Mammy's MerchandiseEdit
Initially disapproves of Dermot's decision to select his best friend Buster Brady as his Best Man.
4. Mammy Rides Again Edit
Does not appear until the last few minutes where she arrives at Mrs. Brown's house and she gets upset when her snooty mother describes the Browns as "riff-raff".
5. Mammy of the GroomEdit
She and Dermot marry.
6. Mammy's MiracleEdit
She is desperate to move out of the Brown household, but Dermot won't come and look at houses with her.
Sings Silent Night.
Season 2 (2005)
1. Mammy Pulls It OffEdit
Is revealed to be pregnant.
2. Mammy's Coming!Edit
Reveals that Cathy's policeman boyfriend is married.
3. iMammy (Batteries Not Included)Edit
Tells Dermot that she thinks she might be carrying twins.
Does not appear.
5. Mammy's GoingEdit
She and the rest of the family try to organize a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Brown.
6. New MammyEdit
Goes into labour and gives birth to triplets.
7. Mammy ChristmasEdit
Plays a part in Cathy's ruse to punish Mrs. Brown for reading other peoples mail.
8. The Virgin MammyEdit
Appears in the Nativity and sings A Spaceman Came Travelling.
Season 3 (2007) Edit
1. Mammy's Spell Edit
Her and Dermot's triplets, John, George, and Ringo are christened.
2. Mammy's InflationEdit
Is first seen during the scene in Foleys, and later at the Brown household when everybody was expecting Thomas Clowne to propose to Cathy.
3. Mammy's BreakEdit
Is not seen until near the end when everybody is expecting Agnes to drop dead in the pub.
4. Mammy's Valentine Edit
Dermot overhears her saying that he isn't romantic, so he decides to prove that he loves her with a message plastered on a bus.
When the Brown children suspect one of them may be adopted, she jokingly tells Dermot "Come on, Dermot Brown, or whoever you really are". Suffice to say, Dermot is unamused,
6. Mammy Swings!Edit
She pitches ideas for Rory and Dino's wedding.
Attends Mrs. Brown's Christmas bash, but things take a disastrous turn when Mrs. Brown nearly loses her temper with Maria's mother.
8.Who's a Pretty Mammy?Edit
Her aunt, Mary Sheridan, is killed in a car accident. She is unable to attend Mrs. Brown's New Years party as the funeral takes place in Killkenny on New Years Eve.
Although several members of Maria's family have been mentioned throughout the series, none have actually appeared on-screen with the exception of her mother Hilary. Other family members include:
Bethany: Maria's cousin, mentioned in Mammy's Merchandise. She was Maria's bridesmaid at her and Dermot's wedding. She clearly doesn't have a high opinion of Dermot; in fact, when Maria told her family she and Dermot were getting married, Bethany apparently said "You're not gonna marry that scumbag, are you"?
James Nicholson: Mentioned in Mammy Pulls it Off. It isn't known exactly how he is related to Maria, though one can assume he could be her uncle seeing as Hilary mentioned Maria is an only child and Maria stated previously Bethany is her only cousin. He works for Celtic Insurance.
Mary Sheridan: Maria's aunt and Hilary's sister, mentioned in Who's a Pretty Mammy?; Dermot tells Agnes that she has died in a car accident and they may have to close down her clinic/whorehouse. She owned a pet parrot named Lulu whom Agnes, following some badgering, agreed to take in. When Lulu was shown to be familiar with cranky new priest Father McBride, hinting that he visited Mary's "clinic" frequently. Agnes saw this as an opportunity to blackmail Father McBride into signing a form that would enable grandson Bono to go to school outside the parish. The bird went to Father McBride in return.
Thomas Clowne : in the original series Thomas is Maria's cousinn, but she hasn't seem him for years as she thought he was a drip
- Oddly Maria and her mother have different accents from one another. Maria's is Irish and her mother's is English.
- Maria has appeared in every episode except Mammy's Secret, SuperMammy and Mammy's Widow Memories.
- Maria also has a beautiful singing voice which she displayed in Mammy's Ass, The Virgin Mammy and Buckin' Mammy.
- Her mother is English and moved to Ireland where Maria grew up.
- Maria's actress is the daughter of Brendan O'Carroll, actor of Agnes.
- The actress of Cathy is Maria's actress's, Fiona O'Carroll's stepmother.
- Fiona O'Carroll is also married to Martin Delany who plays Trevor Brown in the show.