Although he is seen in gay bars, and usually seen cuddling with his "business associates", he vehemently denies that he is gay and once was infuriated when Karen "insinuated" that he is homosexual. He is a staunch Republican and has expressed disgust over homosexuality.
Beverley has been known to enter scenes saying a well-timed "Well, well, well".
Relationship with Karen
Although she describes him as her "dearest white friend", Karen and Beverley are always seen exchanging insults--her on his small stature, him on her addictions and failed relationships. They seem to belong in the same circle because of their status and often meet during social events.
Alternate future with Jack
In a drug induced dream Karen has, Jack agrees to be Beverley's lover be able to sustain Karen's lavish lifestyle after she had gone broke. Before they were about to consummate the relationship, Karen convinces Jack to run away because he does not love Beverley. After Jack leaves, Beverley gets blown away by the wind off the balcony of his apartment and dies, leaving his entire fortune to Jack. Karen later wakes up and Beverley is still alive.
- My Uncle the Car
- A Chorus Lie
- Fagmalion Part Three: Bye Bye Beardy
- Home Court Disadvantage
- I Do. Oh, No, You Di-in't
- Dance Cards & Greeting Cards
- Friends with Benefits
- Birds of a Feather Boa
- Bathroom Humor
- Cowboys and Iranians
- The Finale
- How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying
- A Gay Olde Christmas
- For his portrayal of Beverley, Leslie Jordan won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series in 2006.
Well, well, well. — Entrance