Provided a commentary for the Doctor Who DVD "Terror of the Vervoids".
6 Interviews |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
6' (1.83 m)
Did You Know?
None of my daughters saw Doctor Who
(1963). All the tapes are on the shelf and every now and then I've said 'are you interested in seeing one?' 'Oh, no, pur-leeze, Dad ...' Then they watch the new one and ask, 'was that what you were in?', and they've started watching them. And the accolade of all accolades - 'oh, you're not bad - almost as good as Christopher Eccleston
His beginning as the Sixth Doctor in Doctor Who
(1963) came at a troubled time for the production of the series, not least the deteriorating relationship between producer John Nathan-Turner
and script editor Eric Saward
and the arrival of BBC One controller Michael Grade
and the promotion to Head of Series and Serials of Jonathan Powell
, both of whom disliked the series and science fiction in ...