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John Ronald Simm (born 10th July 1970 in Leeds, West Yorkshire) is an actor who played an incarnation of the notorious villain The Master. He is best known for his role as Sam Tyler in Life On Mars opposite Phillip Glenister.
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Bernard Cribbins (born 29th December 1928 Oldham, Lancashire, England, UK) played Tom Campbell in Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 AD and voiced Arnold Korns in Horror of Glam Rock.
More than 40 years after his appearance in the second Daleks movie, Cribbins joined the TV series proper, playing recurring character Wilfred Mott in Voyage of the Damned (the 2007 Christmas special) and the 2008 episodes Partners in Crime, The Sontaran Stratagem, The Poison Sky, Turn Left, The Stolen Earth, Journey's End and the last 2009 Specials. In a BBC Breakfast Interview on 7th April 2009, Russell T. Davies mentioned Cribbins' appearance in the finale and described him as being the companion for the two-part finale of the 2009 specials.
His long maintained association with Doctor Who is surpassed only by that of Carole Ann Ford, William Russell and Nicholas Courtney.
He was one of the actors considered for the role of the Fourth Doctor.
Sunday, 9 August 2009
David Morrisey (born 21st June 1964) played Jackson Lake in The Next Doctor. When David Tennant announced he would be leaving Doctor Who, Morrissey was rumoured to be considered for the role of the Eleventh Doctor, although the role later went to Matt Smith.
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FORMER Time Lord Tom Baker said yesterday he is keen to be part of a Doctor Who reunion show - if he is allowed to vet the script.
The actor, who played the role in the 1970s, said: "I'd want to have some say. I'm not asking for Tom Stoppard to write the script, but for it to be as I remember it."
BBC1 is rumoured to be planning a Children In Need special featuring all the surviving Doctors.
Tom, 75, said he is amazed the show now features the Doc kissing girls. He said: "I didn't even know how to shake hands with them."