Nigel Pinchley was a British gentleman who visited Quahog in "One if by Clam, Two if by Sea" and tried to court Peter Griffin's wife Lois. His daughter, Eliza Pinchley made friends, in a way, with Lois' son Stewie. He was also the owner of The Drunken Clam when it was known as The Clam's Head Pub.
At his daughter's birthday party, it was revealed that he burned down his pub for the insurance policy he recently took out, which equaled out to $5,000,000. It was also revealed that both an insurance broker and Demond Wilson of Sanford and Son were living in his house. He was hanged at the gallows for insurance fraud in his native Britain.