Doctor Who Cast & Crew Guide

Sunday, January 03, 2021

RECENT UPDATES

Sep 21 2021
RIP Morris Perry (Mar 28 1925 to Sep 19 2021) - Captain Dent in Colony in Space
RIP John Challis (Aug 16 1942 to Sep 19 2021) - Scorby in The Seeds of Doom
Sep 6 2021
RIP Tony Selby (Feb 26 1938 to Sep 5 2021) - Sabalom Glitz in The Trial of a Time Lord and Dragonfire
Sep 1 2021
RIP Vera Fusek (May 20 1932 to Aug 8 2021) - President of Earth in Frontier in Space

Saturday, January 02, 2021

Revolution of the Daleks

New look Dalek!
One episode (Revolution of the Daleks)
First broadcast: Jan 1 2021
Audience for story: 4.69m (overnight)

REGULAR CAST

Jodie Whittaker (The Doctor) Born Jun 17 1982 Click here for Jodie Whittaker's entry on Twice Upon a Time

Mandip Gill (Yasmin Khan) Born Jan 5 1988 Click here for Mandip Gill's entry on The Woman Who Fell to Earth

Tosin Cole (Ryan Sinclair) Born Jul 23 1992 Click here for Tosin Cole's entry on The Woman Who Fell to Earth

Bradley Walsh (Graham O'Brien) Born Jun 4 1960 Click here for Bradley Walsh's entry on The Woman Who Fell to Earth

GUEST CAST

Helen Anderson (Rachel)
Career highlights
Helen's earliest credit is the 1986 TV movie Annihilator, followed by roles in Capstick's Law (1989), Josie Smith (1991), EastEnders (1996), Peak Practice (1998), Ultraviolet (1998), Holby City (2003), Spooks (2006), Extras (2006), The Last Weekend (2012), Peaky Blinders (2016), Sticks and Stones (2019) and Is This Sexual Harassment? (2019). She may be best remembered as Fiona in over 30 episodes of London's Burning (1998-2002).

John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness) Born March 11 1967 Click here for John Barrowman's entry on The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances

Nicholas Briggs (Voice of the Daleks) in progress

Sharon D Clarke (Grace O'Brien) Born Aug 12 1966 Click here for Sharon D Clarke's entry on The Woman Who Fell to Earth

Nathan Armarkwei Laryea (Armen)
Career highlights
British-Ghanaian Nathan's only other credit to date is a 2019 episode of Doctors. Here he is on Twitter.

Chris Noth (Jack Robertson) Born Nov 13 1954
Doctor Who credits
Played: Jack Robertson in Arachnids in the UK (2018), Revolution of the Daleks (2021)
Career highlights
American Chris found his first screen credit in 1981's Waitress!, followed by roles in Smithereens (1982), Killer in the Mirror (1986), Hill Street Blues (1986), I'll Take Manhattan (1987), Jakarta (1988), Monsters (1989), Naked in New York (1993), Burnzy's Last Call (1995), Touched By an Angel (1997), The Deli (1997), Rough Riders (1997), The Confession (1999), Cast Away (2000), The Glass House (2001), Crossing Jordan (2001), The Perfect Man (2005), Titanic: Blood and Steel (2012), White Girl (2016), Tyrant (2016), Gone (2017-18), Catastrophe (2019), A New York Christmas Wedding (2020) and Someday Sometime (2021). Chris has had a number of long-running roles, including Mike Logan in 111 episodes of Law and Order (1990-95) and 36 episodes of Law and Order: Criminal Intent (2005-06), Mr Big in 41 episodes of Sex and the City (1998-2004), as well as its two cinematic spin-offs (2008 and 2010), and Peter Florrick in 101 episodes of The Good Wife (2009-16).
Facts
Chris's mother is CBS news reporter Jeanne Parr (his dad died in a car accident when Chris was 12). In 2015 Chris was named GQ's International Man of the Year. He is married to Canadian actress Tara Wilson. He is the co-owner of the New York City bar The Cutting Room. Here's Chris on Twitter.

Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Leo Rugazzi) Born Dec 4 1985
Career highlights
Nathan debuted in Casualty (2007), followed by roles in Coming Up (2009), Money (2010), The Comedian (2012), Dom Hemingway (2013), The Face of an Angel (2014), Prey (2015), Houdini and Doyle (2016), Cassandra French's Finishing School (2017), Famous in Love (2017), Angels in America (2017), The Kid Who Would Be King (2019), Adulting (2019), Dracula (2020) and The Trial of Christine Keeler (2019-20). He has also enjoyed regular roles in Misfits as Curtis Donovan (2009-12), Ian Johnson in Utopia (2013-14), and Tony in Four Weddings and a Funeral (2019).
Facts
Nathan can be seen in the music video for Years & Years' Real.

Harriet Walter (Jo Patterson) Born Sep 24 1950
Career highlights
Harriet's CV stems back to the 1979 mini-series Rebecca, after which she secured roles in The Imitation Game (1980), The Cherry Orchard (1981), The Price (1985), The Good Father (1985), Girls on Top (1986), A Dorothy L Sayers Mystery (1987), They Never Slept (1991), The Men's Room (1991), Inspector Morse (1993), Hard Times (1994), Sense and Sensibility (1995), The Governess (1998), Unfinished Business (1998-99), Onegin (1999), Black Cab (2000), My Uncle Silas (2003), Bright Young Things (2003), Spooks (2004), Messiah: The Harrowing (2005), Babel (2006), Five Days (2007), Poirot (2008), Little Dorrit (2008), The Young Victoria (2009), The Domino Effect (2012), The Assets (2014), Downton Abbey (2013-15), London Spy (2015), Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), The Crown (2016), Call the Midwife (2017), Black Sails (2017), Flowers (2018), Black Earth Rising (2018), Curfew (2019), Rocketman (2019), The Spanish Princess (2019), The End (2020), Belgravia (2020), Killing Eve (2020) and Talking Heads 3 (2020). Harriet also played Natalie Chandler in 40 episodes of Law and Order UK (2009-14).
Awards
1988: Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Revival (A Question of Geography/ Twelfth Night/ Three Sisters)
2000: Commander of the order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to drama
2005: Evening Standard Award for Best Actress (Mary Stuart)
2011: Dame Commander of the order of the British Empire (DBE) for services to drama
Facts
Harriet's husband is the actor Guy Paul, while her uncle was actor Christopher Lee. She is also descended from John Walter, founder of The Times newspaper. Before his death in 2004, Harriet's life partner was actor Peter Blythe. Harriet has written several books on acting, including Clamorous Voices: Shakespeare's Women Today (1988) and Facing It: Reflections on Images of Older Women (2010).

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Chris Chibnall (writer) Born 1970 Click here for Chris Chibnall's entry on 42

Lee Haven Jones (director)
Doctor Who credits
Directed: Spyfall Part Two (2020), Orphan 55 (2020), Revolution of the Daleks (2021)
Career highlights
Lee started out as an actor, having worked on Love in a Cold Climate (2001) and the short film Perfect Day (2010), making his name on Welsh language TV playing Emyr Tomos in 45 episodes of Caerdydd (2006-10) and Gwaith/ Cartref (2011). Lee then moved behind the cameras to direct, starting with Caerdydd (2010), then soap Pobol y Cwm (2012), The Indian Doctor (2012-13), Wizards vs Aliens (2014), Waterloo Road (2015), Casualty (2013-16), Vera (2017-18), Shetland (2018) and The Bay (2019). He has also produced, including Tir (2013-15), Want It (2015) and Bang (2017-20).
Awards
2013: BAFTA Cymru Award for Best Director: Fiction (The Indian Doctor)
2016: BAFTA Cymru Award for Best Director: Fiction (35 Diwrnod)
Facts
Here is Lee on Twitter.

Alex Mercer (producer)
Doctor Who credits
Produced: Arachnids in the UK, Demons of the Punjab, The Witchfinders, The Battle of Ranskoor av Kolos, Spyfall Part Two, Orphan 55, Can You Hear Me?, The Haunting of Villa Diodati, Revolution of the Daleks (2018-21)
Career highlights
Alex started his career as a floor runner on Every Time You Look at Me (2004), then became an assistant director on series such as Island at War (2004), Hex (2004), Shameless (2005), All About George (2005), Lewis (2006-08), Secret Diary of a Call Girl (2008), Peep Show (2009), Ugly Betty (2010), EastEnders (2011-13), Call the Midwife (2014), Broadchurch (2013-15), Cucumber (2015), The Living and the Dead (2016) and The Durrells (2017-18). Doctor Who was his first appointment as producer.

Fiona McAllister (script editor)

Thursday, April 16, 2020

Ascension of the Cybermen/ The Timeless Children

The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and the
Master (Sacha Dhawan)... but which
is the timeless one?
Two episodes (Ascension of the Cybermen, The Timeless Children)
First broadcast: Feb 23-Mar 1 2020
Audience for story: 4.84m

REGULAR CAST

Jodie Whittaker (The Doctor) Born Jun 17 1982 Click here for Jodie Whittaker's entry on Twice Upon a Time

Mandip Gill (Yasmin Khan) Born Jan 5 1988 Click here for Mandip Gill's entry on The Woman Who Fell to Earth

Tosin Cole (Ryan Sinclair) Born Jul 23 1992 Click here for Tosin Cole's entry on The Woman Who Fell to Earth

Bradley Walsh (Graham O'Brien) Born Jun 4 1960 Click here for Bradley Walsh's entry on The Woman Who Fell to Earth

GUEST CAST

Alex Austin (Yedlarmi) Born Dec 4 ????
Career highlights
Debuted in Blind Dating (2006), followed by Holby City (2012), Misfits (2012), The World's End (2013), The Hooligan Factory (2014), The Christmas Candle (2014), The Interceptor (2015), Casualty (2019) and The Mallorca Files (2019).

Paul Bailey (Cyberman) Born Jul 7 1991
Career highlights
Paul's earliest screen work was on X-Men: First Class (2011), followed by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2011), The Great Ghost Rescue (2011), Dirk Gently (2012), Doctors (2016), Chewing Gum (2017), Stan & Ollie (2018) and A Man Sits on a Chair in a Field and Drinks a Cup of Tea (2019). He has also written, directed and produced his own short films.
Facts
Paul graduated with a degree in conservation biology.

Seylan Baxter (Tecteun)
Career highlights
Other work includes Macbeth (2015), Outlander (2016), Lovesick (2016), Cleek (2017), Armchair Detectives (2017), The Victim (2019) and Rosamunde Pilcher's The Magic Bus (2019).
Awards
2007: Critics' Award for Theatre in Scotland for Best Music and Sound (The Lasses, O) - with Lillias Kinsman-Blake and Rachel Newton
Facts
As well as being an actor, Seylan is also a musician, specialising in cello and Scottish music.

Kirsty Besterman (Solpado) Born 1980
Career highlights
Further work includes An American Nobody in London (2006), Foyle's War (2010), Silent Witness (2014), Father Brown (2015), Holby City (2017) and A.I Rising (2018).

Nicholas Briggs (Voice of the Cybermen and Judoon) Click here for Nicholas Briggs' entry on Rose

Coalyn Byrne (Sergeant)
This is Coalyn's only credit so far.

Simon Carew (Cyberman)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Judoon in Fugitive of the Judoon (2020)
Played: Cyberman in Ascension of the Cybermen/ The Timeless Children (2020)
Simon also played a monster at the 2013 Doctor Who Prom.

Matt Carver (Ethan)
Matt's only other credit is for the short Zombie Team Building (2010).

Rhiannon Clements (Bescot)
Her only other work so far is for Death on the Nile (2020).
Awards
2019: Spotlight Prize for Best Stage Actor
Facts
She was born with a foreshortened left arm.

Jon Davey (Cyberman)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Cyberman in Rise of the Cybermen/ The Age of Steel (2006, uncredited), Doomsday (2006, uncredited), The Next Doctor (2008, uncredited), The Pandorica Opens (2010, uncredited), The Timeless Children (2020)
Played: Man on bus in Army of Ghosts (2006, uncredited)
Played: Host in Voyage of the Damned (2007, uncredited)
Played: Ood in Planet of the Ood (2008, uncredited), The End of Time (2010, uncredited)
Played: Atmos worker in The Sontaran Stratagem (2008, uncredited)
Played: Hath in The Doctor's Daughter (2008, uncredited), The End of Time (2010, uncredited)
Played: Judoon in The Stolen Earth/ Journey's End (2008, uncredited)
Played: Winder in The Beast Below (2010, uncredited)
Played: Dalek in Victory of the Daleks (2010, uncredited), The Day of the Doctor (2013, uncredited), The Time of the Doctor (2013, uncredited)
Played: Call centre worker in The Lodger (2010, uncredited)
Played: Goalkeeper in The Lodger (2010, uncredited)
Played: Museum visitor in The Big Bang (2010, uncredited)
Played: Shansheeth in The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor (2010)
Played: Dark Horde in The Sarah Jane Adventures: Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith (2010)
Played: Teselecta worker in Let's Kill Hitler (2011, uncredited)
Played: Cleric in Closing Time (2011, uncredited)
Played: Marine in The Wedding of River Song (2011, uncredited)
Played: UNIT soldier in The Bells of Saint John (2013, uncredited), The Day of the Doctor (2013, uncredited), Death in Heaven (2014, uncredited)
Played: Clockwork droid in Deep Breath (2014, uncredited)
Played: Dream Crab sleeper in Last Christmas (2014, uncredited)
Played: Mire in The Girl Who Died (2015, uncredited)
Played: Drone in The Return of Doctor Mysterio (2016, uncredited)
Jon also played monsters at the 2013 Doctor Who Prom.

Sacha Dhawan (The Master) Born May 1 1984
Doctor Who credits
Played: Waris Hussein in An Adventure in Space and Time (2013)
Played: The Master in Spyfall (2020), Ascension of the Cybermen/ The Timeless Children (2020)
Career highlights
Sacha's earliest credit was in 1998's City Central, at the age of 14, followed by roles in The Last Train (1999), EastEnders: Perfectly Frank (2003), The History Boys (2006), Bradford Riots (2006), Wired (2008), Paradox (2009), Five Days (2010), The Deep (2010), Splintered (2010), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (2012), Being Human (2012), Last Tango in Halifax (2012), After Earth (2013), The Tractate Middoth (2013), Line of Duty (2014), In the Flesh (2014), 24: Live Another Day (2014), Utopia (2014), The Lady in the Van (2015), Mr Selfridge (2016), Sherlock (2017), The Boy with the Topknot (2017), Dracula (2020) and The Great (2020). Regular roles include Ali Patanjali in Out of Sight (1997-98), Azmat Madari in Weirdsister College (2001-02), Manmeet in Outsourced (2010-11), Dev in In the Club (2014-16) and Davos in Iron Fist (2017-18). He also provided the voice of Eddie in 38 episodes of children's series Chuggington (2008-15).
Awards
2007: Royal Television Society Breakthrough Award (Bradford Riots)

Matthew Doman (Cyberman) Born 1982
Doctor Who credits
Played: Man in Black in The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Vault of Secrets (2010, uncredited)
Played: Dark Horde in The Sarah Jane Adventures: Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith (2010, uncredited)
Played: Roman soldier in The Pandorica Opens (2010, uncredited)
Played: Dalek operator in Victory of the Daleks (2010, uncredited), Asylum of the Daleks (2012, uncredited)
Played: Headless monk in A Good Man Goes to War (2011, uncredited)
Played: Anderson in The Wedding of River Song (2011, uncredited)
Played: The Vigil in The Rings of Akhaten (2013, uncredited)
Played: Whisper Man in The Name of the Doctor (2013, uncredited)
Played: Droid in Deep Breath (2014, uncredited)
Played: "The Doctor's father" in Listen (2014, uncredited)
Played: Cyberman in Dark Water/ Death in Heaven (2014, uncredited), Ascension of the Cybermen/ The Timeless Children (2020)
Played: Sandman in Sleep No More (2015)
Matthew was also a monster performer at the 2010 and 2013 Doctor Who Proms, and the 2014 Earth Conquest world tour, as well as several other live promotional appearances
Career highlights
His other work includes Casualty (2010), Wizards vs Aliens (2013), DaiVerso (2013), Valley of the Demon (2013), Kerb Crawlers (2013), Bob (2017) and Strange Tales (2019).
Facts
In 2008, Matthew, who is 6ft 2in tall, won Welsh Male Model of the Year.

Branwell Donaghey (Patrick) Born 1977
Career highlights
Branwell debuted in New World Disorder (1999), followed by roles in I Shouldn't Be Alive (2005), Gavin and Stacey (2007), King Lear (2008), The Crimson Petal and the White (2011), Prometheus (2012), Titanic: Blood and Steel (2012), Our Girl (2013), Quirke (2014), The Night Manager (2016), Peaky Blinders (2014/16), The Foreigner (2017), Coronation Street (2019) and The Last Front (2020).
Facts
As well as being an actor, Branwell is also a fitness instructor and nutritionist.

Julie Graham (Ravio) Born Jul 24 1965
Doctor Who credits
Played: Ruby White in The Sarah Jane Adventures: Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith (2010)
Played: Ravio in Ascension of the Cybermen/ The Timeless Children (2020)
Career highlights
Julie made her screen debut in Taggart (1986), which was followed by roles in Blood Red Roses (1986), Strike It Rich! (1987), Bookie (1988), Casualty (1988), Nuns on the Run (1990), Blonde Fist (1991), 99-1 (1994), Bugs (1995), Heartbeat (1996), Space Island One (1998), Life Support (1999), Dirty Tricks (2000), Between the Sheets (2003), Afterlife (2006), Mobile (2007), Bonekickers (2008), The Bill (1989/2002/2010), Doc Martin (2011), Vera (2012), Being Eileen (2013), Retribution (2016), Moving On (2020) and Penance (2020). Regular roles include playing Alice in Harry (1993-95), Megan Hartnoll in At Home with the Braithwaites (2000-03), Mary Gilcrest in William and Mary (2003-05), Abby Grant in Survivors (2008-10), Sheron Dawson in Benidorm (2016-18), Jean McBrian in The Bletchley Circle (2012-14) and The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco (2018) and Rhona Kelly in Shetland (2014-19).
Facts
Her first husband was the late actor Joseph Bennett, who hanged himself at the age of 47 in 2015. Her best friend was the actor Clare Cathcart, who tragically died of an asthma attack in 2014, aged 48.

Richard Highgate (Cyberman)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Body double for the Second Doctor in The Day of the Doctor (2013, uncredited)
Played: Judoon in Fugitive of the Judoon (2020)
Played: Cyberman in Ascension of the Cybermen/ The Timeless Children (2020)
Career highlights
Richard is expert in combat skills and historical European martial arts, and has consequently been cast in physical roles in productions such as Born of Hope (2009), Chronicles of Syntax (2013), The First Musketeer (2014), The Journey (2014), Ren (2016), The Intent (2016) and Kamikaze (2016).
Facts
Until 2011, he worked under the name Richard Roberts.

Paul Kasey (Judoon Captain) Born Aug 5 1973 Click here for Paul Kasey's entry on Rose

Mickey Lewis (Cyberman)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Dalek in Asylum of the Daleks (2012, uncredited), Into the Dalek (2014, uncredited), The Magician's Apprentice (2015, uncredited)
Played: Policeman in The Snowman (2012, uncredited)
Played: Beast Man in The Rings of Akhaten (2013, uncredited)
Played: Third Doctor body double in The Day of the Doctor (2013, uncredited)
Played: Alien in bar in The Witch's Familiar (2015, uncredited)
Played: Chauffeur in The Zygon Invasion (2015, uncredited)
Played: UNIT soldier in The Zygon Inversion (2015, uncredited)
Played: Space corpse in Oxygen (2017, uncredited)
Played: Harbourmaster in The Lie of the Land (2017, uncredited)
Played: Allied soldier in Twice Upon a Time (2017, uncredited)
Played: Cyberman in The Doctor Falls (2017, uncredited), Ascension of the Cybermen/ The Timeless Children (2020)
Career highlights
Mickey's other work (often uncredited) includes Merlin (2012), Being Human (2013), Wolf Hall (2015), The Man from UNCLE (2015), Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016), Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016), Wonder Woman (2017), Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), Dumbo (2019) and The War of the Worlds (2019).
Facts
As well as being an actor, Mickey - who used to work as an actor at the York Dungeon, but was sacked for being too scary! - is also an author, having written two Doctor Who books (as Mick Lewis): Rags (2001) and Combat Rock (2002). His non-Who novel is called The Bloody Man (1998), about 17th century cannibal Sawney Bean. Mickey once spent time with cannibal tribes in New Guinea.

Andrew Macklin (Michael)
Career highlights
Irishman Andrew's credits include Last Wash (2012), Mr Selfridge (2015), Jubilee Nurse (2015) and Fair City (2017).

Jo Martin (The Doctor)
Doctor Who credits
Played: The Doctor in Fugitive of the Judoon (2020, also "Ruth Clayton"), The Timeless Children (2020)
Career highlights
Jo made her debut in For Queen & Country in 1988, followed by roles in Birds of a Feather (1990), The Brittas Empire (1991), Dodgem (1991), Desmond's (1994), The Real McCoy (1996, which she also wrote for), Chef! (1996), The Murder of Stephen Lawrence (1999), My Family (2003), The Crouches (2003-05), Batman Begins (2005), Deadmeat (2007), Top Boy (2013), Wizards vs Aliens (2013), Dragonfly (2015), Still Open All Hours (2016), Jonathan Creek (2016), Maxxx (2017), Been So Long (2018), The Long Song (2018), Fleabag (2019) and Blue Story (2019). She is best recognised for playing Max McGerry in Holby City (2019-20).

Evan McCabe (Brendan)
Career highlights
Other work includes Dead Leaf Moth (2017) and Berlin Station (2018).

Ian McElhinney (Ko Sharmus) Born Aug 19 1948
Career highlights
Belfast-born Ian made his screen debut in Cowboys (1981), after which he secured roles in Angel (1982), The Price (1985), The End of the World Man (1986), Dead Entry (1987), Wipe Out (1988), The Lilac Bus (1990), Children of the North (1991), Spender (1993), A Woman's Guide to Adultery (1993), Hearts and Minds (1995), Michael Collins (1996), Hamlet (1996), Wokenwell (1997), The Boxer (1997), Queer as Folk (1999-2000), No Tears (2002), Cold Feet (2003), The Clinic (2003), Rough Diamond (2007), The Tudors (2007), Clay (2008), City of Ember (2008), Little Dorrit (2008), New Tricks (2010), Titanic: Blood and Steel (2012), Moonfleet (2013), The Fall (2013-14), A Patch of Fog (2015), Rebellion (2016), Ripper Street (2013-16), The Journey (2016), Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016), Redwater (2017), The Frankenstein Chronicles (2017), Silent Witness (2019) and The Split (2020). Regular roles include Jack Freeman in Maisie Raine (1998-99), Captain Hammond in Horatio Hornblower (1998-2003), Barristan Selmy in Game of Thrones (2011-15), Granda Joe in Derry Girls (2018-19) and Val-El in Krypton (2018-19).
Facts
Ian's wife is actor and playwright Marie Jones.

Patrick O'Kane (Ashad) Born 1965
Doctor Who credits
Played: Ashad in The Haunting of Villa Diodati (2020), Ascension of the Cybermen/ The Timeless Children (2020)
Career highlights
Belfast-born Patrick debuted in A Safe House in 1990, followed by Rides (1993), Pie in the Sky (1994), In the Red (1998), Sunset Heights (1999), Liverpool 1 (1999), When the Sky Falls (2000), In Deep (2002), Any Time Now (2002), Gunpowder, Treason and Plot (2004), Waking the Dead (2004), Exorcist: the Beginning (2004), Five Days (2007), Wire in the Blood (2007), Good Vibrations (2012), The Borgias (2012-13), The Fall (2013), Jamaica Inn (2014), The Secret (2016), Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), Come Home (2018) and Female Human Animal (2018).

Orla O'Rourke (Meg)
Career highlights
Zambian-born Orla made her acting debut on screen in 2004's short film Tilly and the Teeth, followed by parts in Fair City (2005), The Front Line (2006), Casualty (2008), Harry Brown (2009), Case Histories (2011), Strike Back (2011), Redcon-1 (2018) and The Postcard Killings (2020). She regularly played Sinead Kelly in The Clinic (2004-06).

Jack Osborn (Fuskle)
This is Jack's only acting credit to date.

Richard Price (Cyberman) Born May 26 1981 Click here for Richard's entry on Fugitive of the Judoon

Matthew Rohman (Cyberman) Click here for Matthew's entry on Fugitive of the Judoon

Steve Toussaint (Feekat) Mar 22 1965
Career highlights
Debuted in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (1994), then Judge Dredd (1995), Dangerfield (1998), Jack of Hearts (1999), Circus (2000), Dog Eat Dog (2001), Waking the Dead (2002), Family Affairs (2004), My Dad's the Prime Minister (2004), Broken News (2005), CSI: Miami (2007-08), Mutant Chronicles (2008), Skins (2010), Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010), Spooks (2010), Asylum (2014), Banana (2015), Tut (2015), Lewis (2015), Grantchester (2016), Fortitude (2017), Upstart Crow (2017), Our Girl (2018), Pine Gap (2018) and Deep Water (2019). He regularly played Barry Christie in The Knock (1994-2000), D.I Mike Trent in Doctors (2002), and Nick Austin in The Bill (2005).

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Jamie Magnus Stone (director) Born Dec 15 1985
Doctor Who credits
Directed: Clara and the TARDIS (2013, uncredited), Spyfall Part One (2020), Praxeus (2020), Ascension of the Cybermen/ The Timeless Children (2020)
Career highlights
Jamie's credited career began in 2006 as writer, producer and director of the short film Fritz, after which he worked in similar capacities on other shorts such as Two Dreams (2007), Astronaut (2009), Skyborn (2012) and the BAFTA-nominated Orbit Ever After (2013). He also worked as editor on documentaries such as Scotland's Brand New Bank (2009) and Old MacDonald's Farm (2012). His directing work includes The World According To (2008), The Village (2014), Tripped (2015), X Company (2015-16), The Last Dragonslayer (2016) and Queens of Mystery (2019).
Awards
2008: BAFTA Scotland Award for Best Animation (The World According To) - shared with Anders Jedenfors
Facts
Jamie is the son of broadcaster Sally Magnusson (best known for Songs of Praise) and director/ producer Norman Stone, and the grandson of Magnus Magnusson, quizmaster on Mastermind between 1972-97.

Chris Chibnall (writer) Born 1970 Click here for Chris Chibnall's entry on 42

Nikki Wilson (producer) Click here for Nikki's entry on The Sontaran Stratagem

Fiona McAllister (script editor)
Doctor Who credits
Script edited: The Ghost Monument, Rosa, Arachnids in the UK, The Tsuranga Conundrum, Demons of the Punjab, Kerblam!, The Witchfinders, The Battle of Ranskoor av Kolos, Resolution, Spyfall, Orphan 55, Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror, Fugitive of the Judoon, Praxeus, Can You Hear Me?, The Haunting of Villa Diodati, Ascension of the Cybermen/ The Timeless Children (2018-20)
Career highlights
Fiona began as a researcher on Son of Babylon (2009) and almost 400 episodes of soap Emmerdale (2011-12), before becoming script editor on Emmerdale between 2013-14.