Monday, April 13, 2015

Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday

The Doctor (David Tennant) and Rose
(Billie Piper) part company at Bad
Wolf Bay
Two episodes (Army of Ghosts, Doomsday)
First broadcast Jul 1 to 8 2006
Average audience for story: 8.21m
For TARDISodes, see bottom of this entry

CAST

David Tennant (The Doctor) Born Apr 18 1971
Doctor Who credits
Played: Caretaker in Scream of the Shalka (2003, uncredited)
Played: The Doctor in Children in Need special, The Christmas Invasion, Attack of the Graske, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet/ The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters, Fear Her, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday, The Runaway Bride, Smith and Jones, The Shakespeare Code, Gridlock, Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks, The Lazarus Experiment, 42, Human Nature/ The Family of Blood, Blink, Utopia/ The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords, The Infinite Quest, Time Crash, Voyage of the Damned, Music of the Spheres, Partners in Crime, The Fires of Pompeii, Planet of the Ood, The Sontaran Stratagem/ The Poison Sky, The Doctor's Daughter, The Unicorn and the Wasp, Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead, Midnight, Turn Left, The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End, The Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, Dreamland, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, The Waters of Mars, The End of Time (2005-10). Return appearance in The Day of the Doctor (2013).
Career highlights
Debuted in the Dramarama episode The Secret of Croftmore (1988), followed by Strathblair (1992), The Brown Man (1993), Rab C Nesbitt (1993), Takin' Over the Asylum (1994), Jude (1996), Holding the Baby (1997), Duck Patrol (1998), Love in the 21st Century (1999), The Mrs Bradley Mysteries (2000), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (2000), Foyle's War (2002), Posh Nosh (2003), Bright Young Things (2003), Terri McIntyre (2003), He Knew He Was Right (2004), Blackpool (2004), Casanova (2005), The Quatermass Experiment (2005), Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005), Secret Smile (2005), The Chatterley Affair (2006), Recovery (2007), Learners (2007), Extras (2007), Einstein and Eddington (2008), St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009), Rex is Not Your Lawyer (2010), Single Father (2010), United (2011), The Decoy Bride (2011), Fright Night (2011), True Love (2012), Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2012), Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger (2012), Spies of Warsaw (2013), The Politician's Husband (2013), Postman Pat: The Movie (2014), AKA Jessica Jones (2015) and I Feel Fine (2016). He has also provided narration for Twenty Twelve (2011-12) and its follow-up W1A (2014- ), voiced Twigs in the animation Tree Fu Tom (2012-13, alongside former Doctor Who companion Sophie Aldred), and played Alec Hardy and his US equivalent Emmett Carver in Broadchurch (2013-15) and Gracepoint (2014).
Facts
David has been nominated for countless awards over the years, and has won a Daytime Emmy for his performance in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, a Scottish BAFTA for The Escape Artist (2013), a Welsh BAFTA for Doctor Who (2006), a Crime Thriller Award for Broadchurch (2013), four National Television Awards for Best Actor for Doctor Who (2006/07/08/10) and five TV Quick Awards for Best Actor for Doctor Who (2006-08), Single father (2011) and Broadchurch (2013). On New Year's Eve 2011, David married actress Georgia Moffett, whom he'd met when she was a guest star in Doctor Who playing the Doctor's "daughter" Jenny. Georgia is also the real-life daughter of Fifth Doctor actor Peter Davison, making the Tenth Doctor the Fifth Doctor's son-in-law, and the Doctor's daughter also his wife. David and Georgia have had two children together; these children now have Doctor Who for both their father and their grandfather! David's real surname is McDonald, but he changed his name to get into Equity, inspired by Pet Shop Boy singer Neil Tennant's surname (he changed his name to Tennant by deed poll in 2011 at Georgia's request). David's father Sandy appeared in the Doctor Who episode The Unicorn and the Wasp (2008).

Billie Piper (Rose Tyler) Born Sep 22 1982
Doctor Who credits
Played: Rose Tyler in Rose, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London/ World War Three, Dalek, The Long Game, Father's Day, The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, Children in Need special (uncredited), The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet/ The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters, Fear Her, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2005-06). Return appearances in Partners in Crime (2008), The Poison Sky (2008), Midnight (2008), Turn Left (2008), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008), The End of Time Part Two (2010) and The Day of the Doctor (2013).
Career highlights
Billie - birthname Lianne Paul Piper - started out as a poster girl in an advertising campaign for teen music magazine Smash Hits in 1997 ("100% pure pop!"). Record producers looking for a young female pop star to launch in the UK charts thought Billie would be ideal, and it wasn't long until she became the youngest artist ever to debut at number one hit in Britain, with Because We Want To. Billie went on to have two albums - Honey to the B (1998) and Walk of Life (2000) - and eight Top 30 hits, including the number ones Girlfriend (1998) and Day & Night (2000). She retired from the music industry following a court case in 2001 in which a woman named Juliet Peters was convicted of stalking and threatening her family.
Billie returned to her first love of acting. Her first role had been uncredited in 1996's The Leading Man, after which she found roles in Music Chronicles (1999), Canterbury Tales (2003), Bella and the Boys (2004), The Calcium Kid (2004), Things to Do Before You're 30 (2005), Spirit Trap (2005), Mansfield Park (2007), A Passionate Woman (2010), True Love (2012) and Foxtrot (2014). She has also enjoyed a handful of regular roles, including Sally Lockhart in The Ruby in the Smoke 2006) and The Shadow in the North (2007) - in which she starred alongside a pre-Doctor Matt Smith - Belle/ Hannah in The Secret Diary of a Call Girl (2007-11, on which she was also credited as an executive producer) and Brona Croft in Penny Dreadful (2014).
Facts
Billie performed at the 1999 Brit Awards as part of the performance of an ABBA medley, along with Steps, B*Witched, Tina Cousins and Cleopatra (she's the one in scarlet red!). Between 2001-07 Billie was married to British TV presenter and DJ Chris Evans (16 years her senior); her second husband is actor Laurence Fox, with whom she has two children. Here she is, on Twitter!

Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith) Born Dec 6 1975
Doctor Who credits
Played: Mickey Smith in Rose, Aliens of London/ World War Three, Boom Town, The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, School Reunion TARDISode (uncredited), School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2005-06). Return appearances in Journey's End (2008) and The End of Time Part Two (2010).
Played: Ricky Smith in Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, The Age of Steel TARDISode (2006, uncredited)
Wrote: Torchwood: Combat (2006)
Career highlights
Noel's earliest acting work was on the 1999 short Take 2, after which he appeared in Metrosexuality (1999), The Bill (2000), Waking the Dead (2001), Casualty (2001), Adventure Inc (2003), Holby City (2004), Kidulthood (2006), Jane Hall (2006), Dubplate Drama (2007), Adulthood (2008), Doghouse (2009), Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (2010), Centurion (2010), Screwed (2011), Storage 24 (2012, which he also wrote and produced), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), The Assets (2014), Chasing Shadows (2014) and The Throwaways (2015). He regularly played Wyman Norris in Auf Wiedersehen, Pet (2002-04). Noel has also been a success behind the cameras, having written Kidulthood and Adulthood (which he also directed), as well as West 10 LDN (2008), 4.3.2.1. (2010, which he also directed and produced) and The Knot (2012). Further producing duties include We Are Monster (2014), Legacy (2015) and Scottish Mussel (2015).
Facts
In 2003 he was awarded the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Most Promising Newcomer, and in 2009 Noel won a Rising Star BAFTA. Noel appears in The Prodigy's 2008 music video for Invaders Must Die. In 2015, rapper and Adulthood actor Adam Deacon appeared in court to deny charges he had harassed Noel in various abusive messages on social media. Here's Noel, on Twitter!

Camille Coduri (Jackie Tyler) Born Apr 18 1965
Doctor Who credits
Played: Jackie Tyler in Rose, The End of the World, Aliens of London/ World War Three, Father's Day, The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, Love & Monsters, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2005-06). Return appearances in Journey's End (2008) and The End of Time Part Two (2010).
Career highlights
Camille's debut came in Life Without George (1987), after which she appeared in A Prayer for the Dying (1987), Campaign (1988), Morris Minor's Marvellous Motors (1989), Strapless (1989), Nuns on the Run (1990), King Ralph (1991), Rumpole of the Bailey (1992), The Famous Five (1996), The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (1997), Mrs Caldicott's Cabbage War (2002), Family (2003), Pickles: The Dog Who Won the World Cup (2006), Sinchronicity (2006), The Last Detective (2007), Lark Rise to Candleford (2008), Adulthood (2008), The Firm (2009), Ashes to Ashes (2010), Secrets and Words (2012), Edge of Heaven (2014), Flim: The Movie (2014) and Scottish Mussel (2015). She also had recurring roles as Lorraine Wilde in the sitcom Nelson's Column (1994-95) and Shelly in Him & Her (2010-13).
Facts
Camille is married to fellow actor Christopher Fulford, with whom she has two children - one of which is coincidentally named Rosa.

Shaun Dingwall (Pete Tyler) Born 1970
Doctor Who credits
Played: Pete Tyler in Father's Day (2005), Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel (2006), Doomsday (2006)
Career highlights
Debuted in Genghis Cohn (1993), then Between the Lines (1993), The Chief (1994), A Breed of Heroes (1994), The Phoenix and the Carpet (1996), In a Land of Plenty (2001), Lloyd and Hill (2003), The Last King (2003), The Long Firm (2004), Color Me Kubrick (2005), Hannibal (2006), Spooks (2006), Outlanders (2007), Survivors (2008), Moses Jones (2009), The Young Victoria (2009), Rock and Chips (2010-11), Camelot (2011), Summer in February (2013), Vera (2013), Breathless (2013), The Driver (2014) and Silent Witness (2015). Shaun also regularly played Steve Evans in Soldier Soldier (1995-96), Mark Rivers in Touching Evil (1997-99) and Detective Inspector Mike Lewis in Above Suspicion (2009-12).
Facts
Shaun appears in the video for Faith No More's I Started a Joke (1998, looking remarkably like Pete Tyler!).

Andrew Hayden-Smith (Jake Simmonds) Born Nov 5 1983
Doctor Who credits
Played: Jake Simmonds in Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, Doomsday (2006)
Career highlights
Andrew's acting debut came playing Ben Carter in children's serial Byker Grove between 1997-99, after which he appeared in Russell T Davies's other dramas Cucumber (2015) and Banana (2015), as well as companion series Tofu (2015). Andrew also hosted the UK Top 40 TV show between 2004-05 and was a regular presenter for Children's BBC (2002-06). He also does voiceover work for ITV2.
Facts
Andrew, who is on Twitter, has been an out and proud gay TV personality since 2006, and has posed several times for gay magazines such as Attitude and Gay Times.

Raji James (Dr Rajesh Singh) Born Feb 24 1970
Career highlights
Debuted in Harry (1993), then appeared in Crocodile Shoes (1994), Chandler and Co (1995), Blind Men (1997-98), East is East (1999), Cry Wolf (2000), Coupling (2000), Murder in Mind (2003), Robin Hood (2006), Kick (2007), The Fixer (2009), Airborne (2012), Citizen Khan (2013) and Killing Jesus (2015). Raji had regular roles as DS Vik Singh in The Bill (2000-02) and Ash Ferreira in EastEnders (2003-05).
Facts
In 2007 Raji started a club night with fellow actor Ameet Chana based at Club 46, London. Here he is on Twitter.

Freema Agyeman (Adeola) Born Mar 20 1979
Doctor Who credits
Played: Adeola in Army of Ghosts (2006)
Played: Martha Jones in Smith and Jones, The Shakespeare Code, Gridlock, Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks, The Lazarus Experiment, 42, Human Nature/ The Family of Blood, Blink, Utopia/ The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords, The Infinite Quest (all 2007), Torchwood: Reset (2008), Torchwood: Dead Man Walking (2008), Torchwood: A Day in the Death (2008), The Sontaran Stratagem/ The Poison Sky (2008), The Doctor's Daughter (2008), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008), The End of Time Part Two (2010)
Career highlights
Freema's first acting part was playing Lola Wise in the rebooted soap Crossroads in 2003, after which she appeared in Casualty (2004), Silent Witness (2005), Rulers and Dealers (2006), Little Dorrit (2008), Survivors (2008), Rubenesque (2013), North v South (2015) and Sense8 (2015). Regular roles include Alesha Phillips in 39 episodes of Law and Order UK (2009-11), Shelly Periwinkle in children's series Old Jack's Boat (2013) and Larissa Loughton in The Carrie Diaries (2013-14). She also narrated 30 episodes of Bizarre ER (2008-10).
Facts
If you've ever wondered what Freema's favourite films are, they're The Matrix, Labyrinth and Napoleon Dynamite. Here's Freema on Twitter.

Hadley Fraser (Gareth) Born Apr 21 1980
Career highlights
Debuted in Missing Moscow (2004), then took roles in The Lost Tribe (2009), The Fresh Beat Band (2009-10), Convincing Clooney (2011), Les Miserables (2012), The Wrong Mans (2014), Pompidou (2015) and Sons of Liberty (2015). Hadley also works extensively in musical theatre, including Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, The Pirates of Penzance, My Fair Lady and The Fantasticks.
Facts
Hadley is a member of the folk-rock band Sheytoons, as well as the group Knights of Hyperbole, and in 2014 released his own EP, Just Let Go. Here he is on Twitter.

Oliver Mellor (Matt) Born Jan 30 1981
Career highlights
Oliver made his screen debut in Doctor Who, after which he took roles in In the City (2006), The Royal (2007), Skins (2008), Bedlam (2012) and Father Brown (2014). He also played Dr Matt Carter in soap Coronation Street (2010-13).
Facts
Before going into acting Oliver was a personal trainer and county rugby player in Berkshire. His partner is glamour model and Celebrity Big Brother 10 contestant Rhian Sugden, who in 2010 hit the headlines after exchanging several "racy" text messages with British TV host Vernon Kay. Before getting engaged to Rhian, Oliver had a five-month affair with his Coronation Street co-star Kym Marsh, who was married to fellow actor Jamie Lomas. Here's Oliver on Twitter.

Tracy-Ann Oberman (Yvonne Hartman) Born Aug 25 1966
Career highlights
Debuted in Loved By You (1997), then appeared in Comedy Nation (1998), Casualty (1997-98), The Strangerers (2000), Rhona (2000), Starhunter (2001), Slightly Filthy Show (2001), Bob Martin (2000-01), Big Train (2002), SuperTex (2003), The Last Detective (2004), Bromwell High (2005), Sorted (2006), Mistresses (2009), Robin Hood (2009), Comedy Lab (2010), Sadie J (2011), The Great Ghost Rescue (2011), Monroe (2012), Filth (2013), Friday Night Dinner (2011-14), New Tricks (2014), Give Out Girls (2014), Toast of London (2012-14) and Crims (2015). Her most iconic role was Chrissie Watts in over 200 episodes of soap EastEnders (2004-05).
Facts
Tracy-Ann is prolific on the radio, having either written or acted in over 600 plays. In 2004 she appeared on a celebrity edition of Mastermind, her specialist subject being the Imperial Roman family, and in 2009 appeared on Celebrity MasterChef. She also appears in the video for The Yeah You's single 15 Minutes (2009). In 2004 Tracy-Ann was honeymooning in Thailand with music producer Rob Cowan when they got caught up in the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami, which resulted in around 230,000 people missing or dead. Here she is on Twitter.

David Warwick (Police commissioner) Born Jan 15 1948
Doctor Who credits
Played: Kimus in The Pirate Planet (1978)
Played: Police commissioner in Army of Ghosts (2006)
Career highlights
David debuted in Savage Messiah (1972), then Buggins' Ermine (1972), The Prince of Denmark (1974), The Glittering Prizes (1976), The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin (1976, as son Mark Perrin), Ripping Yarns (1979), Shelley (1980), Dear John (1987), On the Up (1990), The Bill (1990), Peak Practice (1994), All About Me (2002) and EastEnders (2012).
Facts
David is the ex-partner of Doctor Who companion actress Louise Jameson.

Rachel Webster (Eileen)
This is Rachel's only credit.

Kyoko Morita (Japanese girl)
Career highlights
Japanese born Kyoko's other credits include Broken News (2005), My Dad the Communist (2009) and Four's a Crowd (2012). She has also appeared in many West End productions, as well as kabuki theatre experiences, including Cine Illumine.

Maddi Cryer (Housewife)
Career highlights
Maddi other credits include the impressions series You Gotta Be Jokin' (1991), as well as 1980s stalwarts such as The Little and Large Show and The Bobby Davro Show. As an impressionist she mimics the singing voices of Diana Ross, Doris Day, Karen Carpenter, Dusty Springfield, Beyonce Knowles and Lady GaGa, among others.

Hajaz Akram (Indian newsreader)
Career highlights
Hajaz has also appeared in Murder in Mind (2003), Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003), Angel of Death: The Beverly Allitt Story (2004) and Queen Victoria's Men (2008).
Facts
Hajaz is the founder of the Academy of Asian and Ethnic Dramatic Arts.

Anthony Debaeck (French newsreader) Jun 24 1967 to Aug 30 2013 (cancer)
Doctor Who credits
Played: French newsreader in Army of Ghosts (2006), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Secrets of the Stars (2008), Torchwood: Children of Earth (Days 3-4) (2009)
Career highlights
Belgian Anthony debuted in L'ete de la revolution (1989), then Premiers baisers (1992), Les vacances de l'amour (1997), Elisa Top Model (1996/99), Leopold (2000), Love Soup (2005), The Queen (2006), Carmen (2007), Clash of the Santas (2008), 1066 (2009), The Wolfman (2010), Zalika (2011) and Touch (2013).
Facts
Anthony is one of just two actors (along with Lachele Carl) to have played the same assumed character in Doctor Who, The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood.

Takako Akashi (Japanese newsreader)
Career highlights
Takako's other credits include Jonathan Creek (2003), 47 Ronin (2013) and Mr Holmes (2015).

Paul Fields (Weatherman)
Career highlights
Other work includes By the Seat of the Pants (1998), Down to Earth (2003), Chris and the Dragon (2003) and Love Soup (2005).

Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Born Aug 6 1937
Career highlights
Born Barbara-Ann Deeks, "Babs" (as many know her in the UK) made her screen debut as an uncredited schoolgirl in The Belles of St Trinian's (1954), then took roles in On with the Show (1958), Make Mine a Million (1959), Playgirl After Dark (1960), His Polyvinyl Girl (1961), Hair of the Dog (1962), Sparrows Can't Sing (1963, for which she was BAFTA nominated), Crooks in Cloisters (1964), A Study in Terror (1965), Dad's Army (1968), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968), Wild, Wild Women (1969), Up Pompeii! (1970), The Boy Friend (1971), Not Now Darling (1973), Comrades (1986), Super Gran (1987), Bluebirds (1989), You Rang, M'Lord? (1991), One Foot in the Grave (1995), Alice in Wonderland (2010), Little Crackers (2011) and Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass (2016). To many she will be remembered for her repertory roles in the Carry On franchise, appearing in nine films, as well as the highlights film That's Carry On (1977, as co-host), three Carry On Christmas specials (1969-72), the stage play Carry On London (1973-75) and the series Carry On Laughing! (1975). Other memorable roles include Saucy nancy opposite Jon Pertwee in Worzel Gummidge (1980) and Peggy Mitchell in over 1,500 episodes of soap EastEnders (1994-2015).
Facts
Barbara was awarded an MBE in 2000 for services to entertainment. She has been married three times - first to Ronnie Knight, a London gangster who in 1994 was jailed for seven years for his part in a £6m armed robbery in 1983; then to actor Stephen Hollings; and thirdly to former actor and recruitment consultant Scott Mitchell. She has also spoken of an affair with her Carry On co-star Sid James between 1973-76 (dramatised in the play Cleo, Camping, Emmannuelle and Dick and its TV adaptation Cor Blimey!), as well as romantic links to 1960s gangster Reggie Kray, footballer George Best and Bee Gee Maurice Gibb.
This is Your Life: Barbara was the subject of Thames TV's This is Your Life on September 30th, 1992, surprised by host Michael Aspel on stage at the Theatre Royal, Windsor. Two Doctor Who actors paid tribute to her on the show - June Whitfield and Gareth Hunt. Link to The Big Red Book entry.

Derek Acorah (Derek Acorah) Born Jan 27 1950
Career highlights
Derek describes himself as a spirit medium and has been practicing spiritualism on TV since 1996 when he appeared on the Granada Breeze satellite channel's live psychic programmes. He is best known for his stint as the resident medium on the paranormal investigation series Most Haunted between 2002-05). Since leaving Most Haunted amid controversy over his legitimacy (he'd been fed false facts prior to his readings and then used these "facts" during his contact with various spirits), Derek has appeared on Antiques Ghost Show (2003), Derek Acorah's Ghost Towns (2005-06) and Michael Jackson: The Search for His Spirit (subsequently voted the worst TV programme of 2009 by Yahoo users).
Facts
In 2012 Derek had to apologise to the parents of the missing British girl Madeleine McCann after he claimed he had been told by a spirit guide that the four-year-old had been dead for some time and would soon be reincarnated. In 2014 he was banned from driving for 28 months after failing a roadside breath test and refusing to give a breath sample at the police station (he was also fined £1,000). Here he is on Twitter.

Alistair Appleton (Alistair Appleton) Born Feb 12 1970
Career highlights
Alistair is principally a TV presenter, but has acted in a couple of programmes, including Rhona (2000) and Footballers' Wives (2002). He started his hosting career on House Doctor (2000-03), and has also fronted Garden Invaders (2001), Cash in the Attic (2002-05), Stately Suppers (2005), Escape to the Country (2007-08) and Escape to the Continent (2014).
Facts
Before becoming a TV presenter Alistair was a teacher in Poland and Germany and a journalist and translator in the Netherlands. Buddhist Alistair is also a qualified psychotherapist and practices mindfulness meditation. He is the founding chairman of the Shoreditch Morris Dancing Society. Here's his Twitter.

Trisha Goddard (Trisha Goddard) Born Dec 23 1957
Career highlights
Trisha's career began as an air stewardess, occasionally writing travel articles, and after settling in Australia in the 1980s, she forged a TV career as a presenter for The 7.30 Report, and then fronting Everybody. She then produced and fronted more than 400 editions of the chat show Live It Up before moving to the UK in 1998 to host her own talk show, Trisha (1998-2004) and Trisha Goddard (2005-09). Since 2010 Trisha occasionally appeared on the US talk show Maury and had an American version of The Trisha Goddard Show between 2012-14.
Facts
Trisha has made a living from listening to other people's problems, but has had to endure her own fair share too - she says she was physically abused by her stepfather as a child, was hooked on cannabis and ecstasy for four years, has battled clinical depression, discovered her first husband (Australian politician Robert Nestdale) was a closet homosexual, who later died of AIDS, and lost her schizophrenic sister when she committed suicide. When she discovered her second husband was having an affair with a TV researcher, Trisha suffered a mental breakdown and tried to kill herself, after which she spent five weeks in a psychiatric hospital. In 2008 she battled breast cancer.

Paul Kasey (Cyber-Leader) Born Aug 5 1973
Doctor Who credits
Played: Auton in Rose (2005)
Played: Coffa (Forest of Cheem) in The End of the World (2005, uncredited)
Played: Slitheen in Aliens of London/ World War Three (2005), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Revenge of the Slitheen (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Lost Boy (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Gift (2009), The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Nightmare Man (2010)
Played: Zu-Zana in Bad Wolf (2005)
Played: Clockwork man in The Girl in the Fireplace (2006)
Played: Cyber-Leader in Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel (2006), Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2006), The Next Doctor (2008)
Played: Ood in The Impossible Planet/ The Satan Pit (2006), Death is the Only Answer (2011)
Played: The Hoix in Love & Monsters (2006), Torchwood: Exit Wounds (2008, uncredited)
Played: Weevil in Torchwood: Everything Changes, Torchwood: Day One (uncredited), Torchwood: Greeks Bearing Gifts, Torchwood: Combat, Torchwood: End of Days, Torchwood: Sleeper, Torchwood: Adam, Torchwood: Reset (uncredited), Torchwood: Dead Man Walking, Torchwood: A Day in the Death (uncredited), Torchwood: Fragments, Torchwood: Exit Wounds (2006-08)
Played: Blowfish in Torchwood: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2008), Torchwood: Fragments (2008)
Played: Robot Santa in The Runaway Bride (2006)
Played: Judoon in Smith and Jones (2007), The Stolen Earth (2008), The Pandorica Opens (2010), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Prisoner of the Judoon (2009)
Played: Hero pig man in Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks (2007)
Played: Kudlak in The Sarah Jane Adventures: Warriors of Kudlak (2007)
Played: The Host in Voyage of the Damned (2007)
Played: Ood Sigma in Planet of the Ood (2008), The Waters of Mars (2009), The End of Time (2009-10)
Played: Hath Peck in The Doctor's Daughter (2008)
Played: Sorvin in Planet of the Dead (2009)
Played: Highwayman in The Sarah Jane Adventures: Mona Lisa's Revenge (2009)
Played: Shansheeth in The Sarah Jane Adventurers: Death of the Doctor (2010)
Played: Red robot in The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Empty Planet (2010)
Played: Nephew in The Doctor's Wife (2011)
Played: Cyberman in Closing Time (2011)
Played: The Metalkind in The Sarah Jane Adventures: Sky (2011)
Played: Wooden Queen in The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe (2011)
Played: Time zombie in Journey to the Center of the TARDIS (2013)
Played: Whisper Man in The Name of the Doctor (2013)
Played: Zygon in The Day of the Doctor (2013)
Played: Footman in Deep Breath (2014)
Career highlights
Paul's earliest role was in Blade II (2002), followed by 28 Days Later (2002, on which he was also movement advisor), 1408 (2007), Inkheart (2008) and Scoop (2009). He also played the George in werewolf form in Being Human (2009-12), and has performed as various monsters at the BBC Proms and Symphonic Spectacular events. He has also donned costumes for TV commercials such as Foxy Bingo and Butlins and was a performer and movement advisor for London's 2012 Olympics opening ceremony.

Nicholas Briggs (Voice of the Daleks and Cybermen) Born Sep 29 1961
Doctor Who credits
Played: Voice of the Nestene Consciousness in Rose (2005)
Played: Dalek voices in Dalek (2005), Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways (2005), Doomsday TARDISode (2006), Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2006), Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks (2007), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008), Victory of the Daleks (2010), The Pandorica Opens/ The Big Bang (2010), The Wedding of River Song (2011), Asylum of the Daleks (2012), The Day of the Doctor (2013), The Time of the Doctor (2013), Into the Dalek (2014), The Magician's Apprentice/ The Witch's Familiar (2015), Hell Bent (2015)
Played: Voice of the Jagrafess in The Long Game (2005, uncredited)
Played: Cybermen voices in Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel (2006), Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2006), The Next Doctor (2008), The Pandorica Opens (2010, uncredited), A Good Man Goes to War (2011), Closing Time (2011), Nightmare in Silver (2013), The Time of the Doctor (2013), Death in Heaven (2014)
Played: Voice of the Judoon in Smith and Jones (2007), The Stolen Earth (2008, uncredited), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Prisoner of the Judoon (2009), The End of Time Part Two (2010, uncredited), The Pandorica Opens (2010, uncredited)
Played: Rick Yates in Torchwood: Children of Earth (2009)
Played: National Museum Pandorica video narrator in The Big Bang (2010, uncredited)
Played: Voice of Skaldak in Cold War (2013)
Played: Voice of the Zygons in The Day of the Doctor (2013), The Zygon Invasion/ The Zygon Inversion (2015)
Career highlights
Nicholas's career has been principally within the world of Doctor Who, starting out as the producer of the Myth Makers series of videos in the 1980s and 90s interviewing Doctor Who alumni. Also on video, Nicholas has been involved with Wartime (1987), The Airzone Solution (1993) and the Auton trilogy (1997-99), and was present for the infancy of what we now know as Big Finish Productions with his Audio Visuals unofficial audio dramas. Nicholas has been involved with Big Finish all through its life, from its birth in 1996 to being its current executive producer. He also writes, directs and composes for the Big Finish audios, and has also written Doctor Who books, including The Dalek Generation (2013).
Screen acting credits come in the form of The League of Gentlemen (2002), Adulthood (2008), Lewis (2009), 4.3.2.1. (2010), Cleaning Up (2011) and An Adventure in Space and Time (2013 - in which he played original voice of the Daleks, Peter Hawkins).
Nicholas has also provided voices for a number of video games, namely Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death (2003) and Doctor Who: The Adventure Games (2010), and provided optional 21st century voices for the Daleks in the special edition DVD of the 1972 Doctor Who story Day of the Daleks.
Facts
In his 1980s Audio Visuals series he played an indeterminate future version of the Doctor, who went on to immortalised in the Doctor Who Magazine comic strip Party Animals in 1991. Here he is, on Twitter!

Barnaby Edwards (Dalek operator) Born 1969
Doctor Who credits
Played: Daleks in Thirty Years in the TARDIS (1993), Dalek (2005), Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways (2005), Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2006), Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks (2007), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008), Victory of the Daleks (2010), The Pandorica Opens/ The Big Bang (2010), Asylum of the Daleks (2012), The Day of the Doctor (2013), The Time of the Doctor (2013), Into the Dalek (2014), The Magician's Apprentice/ The Witch's Familiar (2015)
Career highlights
Barnaby has worked a lot in the world of Doctor Who apart from operating Daleks, including voicing the Krarg commander in the 2003 web series Shada, and providing a number of voices for the Doctor Who Adventure Games (2010-11). Non-Doctor Who work includes The Giblet Boys (2005), Children of Men (2006), The Merry Wives of Windsor (2011) and Shadows of a Stranger (2014).
Facts
Barnaby has also been an actor, writer and director for Big Finish Productions since the early days of Doctor Who audios, having directed (among others) Exotron, Doctor Who and the Pirates, Frozen Time and The Chimes of Midnight; he has written stories such as The Bride of Peladon, The wreck of the Titan and The Beast of Orlok. Barnaby is also an exhibited artist, as well as an art history lecturer.
Here he is on Twitter.

Nicholas Pegg (Dalek operator)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Daleks in Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways (2005), Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2006), Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks (2007), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008), Victory of the Daleks (2010), Asylum of the Daleks (2012), The Day of the Doctor (2013), The Time of the Doctor (2013), The Magician's Apprentice/ The Witch's Familiar (2015)
Career highlights
Nicholas has featured highly in the Doctor Who universe since the 1980s when he began producing his own fanzines. He also played the Cyber Leader in the 1993 documentary Thirty Years in the TARDIS and voiced Think Tank in the 2003 audio adventure of Shada (which he also adapted and directed). Nicholas also contributed to many of the extras on the BBC's Doctor Who DVD range, and also writes and directs audios for Big Finish. Acting work outside Doctor Who has included two small roles in Doc Martin (2005/06).
Facts
Nicholas is an authority on the life and work of David Bowie, having written books on him, contributed to TV documentaries and helped curate the 2013 David Bowie Is... exhibition for the Victoria and Albert Museum. Nicholas's bio claims he could well be the only Equity member to have played Hamlet, a Dalek and an otter. Here's his Twitter feed.
In 2014 Toby Hadoke released his Who's Round interview with Nicholas here.

David Hankinson (Dalek operator)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Daleks in Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways (2005), Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2006), Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks (2007), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008)
Career highlights
David's other work has largely been in the Doctor Who world, including an appearance in the 1996 fan spin-off video Ghosts of Winterborne. David has been a writer and copywriter, often for the BBC, since 2001.

Stuart Crossman (Dalek operator)
Career highlights
Stuart's other credits include Weekend Bird (1997), the Doctor Who audio adventure Shada (2003) and EastEnders (2004).

Anthony Spargo (Dalek operator)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Daleks in Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2006), Daleks in Manhattan (2007), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008)
Career highlights
Other credits include A Woodcutter's Tale (2014) and Beautiful Relics (2014). Anthony is also a stand-up comedian on the London circuit and a stage actor (including for Horrible Histories live).

Dan Barratt (Dalek operator)
Dan's other credit is for Seasons of War (2015). He also works in musical theatre.

Catherine Tate (The Bride [Donna Noble]) Born May 12 1968
Doctor Who credits
Played: Donna Noble in Doomsday (2006, as The Bride), The Runaway Bride (2006), Partners in Crime (2008), The Fires of Pompeii (2008), Planet of the Ood (2008), The Sontaran Stratagem/ The Poison Sky (2008), The Doctor's Daughter (2008), The Unicorn and the Wasp (2008), Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead (2008), Midnight (2008), Turn Left (2008), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008), The End of Time (2009-10)
Career highlights
Catherine's CV begins with Surgical Spirit in 1991, followed by Men Behaving Badly (1994), Barking (1998), London's Burning (1998), That Peter Kay Thing (2000), Harry Hill (2000), Attention Scum (2001), Big Train (1998-2002), Wild West (2002-04), Twisted Tales (2005), Bleak House (2005), Starter for 10 (2006), Scenes of a Sexual Nature (2006), Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution (2007), Gulliver's Travels (2010), Monte Carlo (2011), Psychobitches (2012), Big School (2013-14) and Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My Donkey? (2014). She is most remembered for her own sketch show, The Catherine Tate Show, which ran between 2004-9, and more recently for playing Nellie Bertram in the US version of The Office (2011-13). She has also written comedy material for herself and for the various sketch shows she has appeared in, and directed her own Little Cracker in 2010 for Sky TV.
Facts
Catherine's sketch show was nominated for a BAFTA five times between 2005-11 and has won Best Comedy TV Actress at the British Comedy Awards twice (as well as being nominated a further three times). Her sketch show has also been nominated for an International Emmy Award. As a child Catherine suffered from an obsessive compulsive disorder.

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Russell T Davies (writer) Born Apr 27 1963
Doctor Who credits
Wrote: Rose, The End of the World, Aliens of London/ World War Three, The Long Game, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, Children in Need special, The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, Love & Monsters, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday, Torchwood: Everything Changes, The Runaway Bride, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Invasion of the Bane, Smith and Jones, Gridlock, Utopia/ The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords, Voyage of the Damned, Partners in Crime, Midnight, Turn Left, The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End, Music of the Spheres, The Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, Torchwood: Children of Earth (Days 1, 3 and 5), The Waters of Mars, The End of Time, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor, Torchwood: Miracle Day (The New World and The Blood Line) (2005-11)
Executive producer: Rose, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London/ World War Three, Dalek, The Long Game, Father's Day, The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, Attack of the Graske, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet/ The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters, Fear Her, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday, Torchwood: Everything Changes, Torchwood: Day One, Torchwood: Ghost Machine, Torchwood: Cyberwoman, Torchwood: Small Worlds, Torchwood: Countrycide, Torchwood: Greeks Bearing Gifts, Torchwood: They Keep Killing Suzie, Torchwood: Random Shoes, Torchwood: Out of Time, Torchwood: Combat, Torchwood: Captain Jack Harkness, Torchwood: End of Days, The Runaway Bride, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Invasion of the Bane, Smith and Jones, The Shakespeare Code, Gridlock, Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks, The Lazarus Experiment, 42, Human Nature/ The Family of Blood, Blink, Utopia/ The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Revenge of the Slitheen, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Eye of the Gorgon, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Warriors of Kudlak, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Lost Boy, Time Crash, Voyage of the Damned, Torchwood: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Torchwood: Sleeper, Torchwood: To the Last Man, Torchwood: Meat, Torchwood: Adam, Torchwood: Reset, Torchwood: Dead Man Walking, Torchwood: A Day in the Death, Torchwood: Something Borrowed, Torchwood: From Out of the Rain, Torchwood: Adrift, Torchwood: Fragments, Torchwood: Exit Wounds, Partners in Crime, The Fires of Pompeii, Planet of the Ood, The Sontaran Stratagem/ The Poison Sky, The Doctor's Daughter, The Unicorn and the Wasp, Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead, Midnight, Turn Left, The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Last Sontaran, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Day of the Clown, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Secrets of the Stars, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Mark of the Berserker, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Enemy of the Bane, The Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, Torchwood: Children of Earth (Days 1-5), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Prisoner of the Judoon, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Mad Woman in the Attic, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Eternity Trap, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Mona Lisa's Revenge, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Gift, The Waters of Mars, The End of Time, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Nightmare Man, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Vault of Secrets, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Empty Planet, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Lost in Time, The Sarah Jane Adventures: Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith, Torchwood: Miracle Day (The New World, Rendition, Dead of Night, Escape to LA, The Categories of Life, The Middle Men, Immortal Sins, End of the Road, The Gathering, The Blood Line), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Sky, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Curse of Clyde Langer, The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Man Who Never Was (2005-11)
As well as being executive producer on Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures, Russell also acted in this capacity on TARDISodes (2006), Totally Doctor Who (2006-07), The Infinite Quest (2007), Torchwood Declassified (2006-09), Doctor Who Greatest Moments (2009), Dreamland (2009), Doctor Who Confidential (2005-10) and SJA: Alien Files (2010).
Career highlights
The ridiculous list of Doctor Who universe programmes Russell has been involved with provides the bulk of his television output, but it is by no means representative of it. He started out working in children's TV, even presenting an edition of Play School in 1987 before becoming producer, writer and various other roles on the activity series Why Don't You...? (1986-88). In 1988 he became script editor and writer on the children's magazine show On the Waterfront, after which he wrote for Breakfast Serials (1990), Dark Season (1991), ChuckleVision (1992), Def II (1992), Century Falls (1993), Cluedo (1993), Children's Ward (1994), Revelations (1994-95), Springhill (1996), Touching Evil (1997), The Grand (1997-98), Queer as Folk (1999-2000, which got its own US remake 2000-05), Bob & Rose (2001), Linda Green (2001), The Second Coming (2003), Mine All Mine (2004), Casanova (2005), Wizards vs Aliens (2012-13), Old Jack's Boat (2013), Cucumber (2015) and Banana (2015).
Facts
The T in his name does not stand for anything but does distinguish him from radio presenter Russell Davies (his real name is Stephen Russell Davies). He was awarded an OBE in 2008 for services to drama. He has been nominated for a BAFTA award nine times, and has won three, including the Dennis Potter Award in 2006. He also won the 2001 Writer of the Year British Comedy Award, and has been nominated five times for a Hugo Award (he won in 2010 for Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars). In 2009 Russell was approached by Lucasfilm to contribute to the proposed (but ultimately never made) Star Wars live action TV series.

Graeme Harper (director) Born Mar 11 1945
Doctor Who credits
Assistant floor manager: Colony in Space (1971, uncredited), Planet of the Daleks (1973), Planet of the Spiders (1974)
Production assistant: Colony in Space (1971, uncredited), The Seeds of Doom (1976), Warriors' Gate (1981)
Directed: Warriors' Gate (1981, uncredited), The Caves of Androzani (1984), Revelation of the Daleks (1985), Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel (2006), Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday (2006), 42 (2007), Utopia (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane? (2007), Time Crash (2007), Planet of the Ood (2008), The Unicorn and the Wasp (2008), Turn Left (2008), The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008), The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith (2008), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Enemy of the Bane (2008), The Waters of Mars (2009).
Career highlights
Graeme actually started out as a child actor, appearing as Moonface, aged 12, in Noddy in Toyland (1957), as well as The Secret Kingdom (1960). His directing credits include Angels (1982-83), Juliet Bravo (1984-85), Star Cops (1987), Boon (1989-91), The New Statesman (1991-92), September Song (1995), The Detectives (1995-97), Babes in the Wood (1999), Grange Hill (2001), EastEnders (2000-02), Byker Grove (2003-05), Robin Hood (2006-09), Dani's House (2009-10), House of Anubis (2012), Coronation Street (2005-13), Holby City (2013-14) and Casualty (1996-2015). 
Facts
Graeme won a BAFTA Children's Award in 2001 for his work on Custer's Last Stand-Up (2003), and a British Soap Award for directing the tram crash episode of Coronation Street in 2011.

Phil Collinson (producer) Born Aug 26 1970
Doctor Who credits
Produced: Rose, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London/ World War Three, Dalek, The Long Game, Father's Day, The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, Children in Need special, The Christmas Invasion, Attack of the Graske, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet/ The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters, Fear Her, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday, The Runaway Bride, Smith and Jones, The Shakespeare Code, Gridlock, Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks, The Lazarus Experiment, 42, Blink, Utopia/ The Sound of Drums/ Last of the Time Lords, Time Crash, Voyage of the Damned, Partners in Crime, The Fires of Pompeii, The Doctor's Daughter, Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead, Midnight, The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2005-08)
Executive producer: The Sarah Jane Adventures: Invasion of the Bane (2007), Human Nature/ The Family of Blood (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Revenge of the Slitheen (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Eye of the Gorgon (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Warriors of Kudlak (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane? (2007), The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Lost Boy (2007), Planet of the Ood (2008, uncredited), The Sontaran Stratagem/ The Poison Sky (2008), The Unicorn and the Wasp (2008), Turn Left (2008)
Career highlights
Phil started out as an actor, playing the role of Bob Wright in a 1997 episode of Coronation Street before becoming a storyline writer on soap Emmerdale (1998). After dabbling on directing on a 2000 episode of Peak Practice, he became a producer on shows such as Linda Green (2001), Born and Bred (2002), Sea of Souls (2004), All the Small Things (2009, as executive producer) and Coronation Street (2010-13). In 2008 he became head of drama at BBC Manchester before moving to ITV in 2010.
Facts
Russell T Davies wrote the role of Alexander in Queer as Folk for Phil when he was an actor, but the part ultimately went to Antony Cotton. Phil's face can be seen on the fake £20 notes seen in the Doctor Who story The Runaway Bride.

Helen Raynor (script editor) Born Mar 27 1972
Doctor Who credits
Script edited: The Unquiet Dead, Dalek, The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances, Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel, Army of Ghosts/ Doomsday, Blink, Silence in the Library/ Forest of the Dead, Midnight (2005-08)
Wrote: Torchwood: Ghost Machine (2006), Daleks in Manhattan/ Evolution of the Daleks (2007), Torchwood: To the Last Man (2008), The Sontaran Stratagem/ The Poison Sky (2008)
Career highlights
Helen started out as a script editor on the daytime soap Doctors (2002-03) before moving on to Doctor Who. She also script edited The Chatterley Affair in 2006. As a writer, Helen has written for Brief Encounters (2006), Primeval (2011), Baker Boys (2011) and Mr Selfridge (2015). She now writes for the stage.

TARDISode 12
Made available as a mobile phone download and online in the week beginning Jun 26 2006

Cast:

Angus Brown (Man in white coat 1)
Career highlights
Australian Angus debuted in Berkeley Square (1998), then Judge John Deed (2001), Yam (2004), Hatemail (2008), Rush (2010), Life Out There (2012), The Dream Children (2015, which he also wrote) and Kamikaze (2015).
Facts
Angus and his wife Jessikah run production company Mockingbird Orange.

Gerard Cooke (Man in white coat 2)
Career highlights
Gerard's other work includes Monarchy with David Starkey (2005), Skins (2010) and Our Name is Michael Morgan (2012).

Dafydd Emyr (Suited agent)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Suited agent in Army of Ghosts TARDISode (2006)
Played: PE teacher in The God Complex (2011)
Career highlights
Debuted in Becca (1988), then Old Scores (1991), Friday on My Mind (1992), Gogs (1995-96), The Famous Five (1997), EastEnders: Dot's Story (2003), Carrie's War (2004), Young Dracula (2006) and The Machine (2013).

Nicky Rainsford (Editor)
Career highlights
Debuted in Lucifer (1987), followed by Mistress of Suspense (1992), Dangerfield (1996), Tiger Bay (1997), Attila (2001), Casualty (2005), Doctors (2006) and Skellig: The Owl Man (2009).

Shane Zaza (Atif) Born Jan 8 1984
Career highlights
Shane debuted in Messiah: The Harrowing in 2005, after which he appeared in Dalziel and Pascoe (2006), The Da Vinci Code (2006), Murphy's Law (2006), Waterloo Road (2006), Spooks (2008), Mouth to Mouth (2009), Coming Up (2011), Cleanskin (2012), Silent Witness (2014) and Happy Valley (2014).
Facts
Here he is on Twitter.

Crew: Gareth Roberts (writer), Ashley Way (director), Sophie Fante (producer), Jo Pearce (producer), Simon Winstone (script editor); see Attack of the Graske.

TARDISode 13
Made available as a mobile phone download and online in the week beginning Jul 3 2006

Cast: Nicholas Briggs (Voice of the Daleks); see above

Adrienne O'Sullivan (Newsreader)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Newsreader in Doomsday TARDISode (2006)
Played: Lynn Pierce in Torchwood: Small Worlds (2006)
Career highlights
Adrienne's other work includes Desmond's (1990), Up the Garden Path (1993), Hearts of Gold (2003), Viva (2007), Submarine (2010) and The Reckoning (2011).
Facts
Adrienne is related to fellow Welsh actress Angharad Rees.

Crew: Gareth Roberts (writer), Ashley Way (director), Sophie Fante (producer), Jo Pearce (producer), Simon Winstone (script editor); see Attack of the Graske.

2 comments:

  1. On PAUL KASEY, you've misspelled Centre the American way Center. This will need to be corrected on many articles since Rose.

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    1. Ah, but if you're an American reader, it's not wrong, so I can't win!

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