He acted in Dario Fo's play, "Can't Pay? Won't Pay?," at the Criterion Theatre in London, England with Alfred Molina and Maggie Steed in the cast.
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Variety has always been in my mind; to do something totally different . I've had a parallel career since the beginning. On one track the TV and film, the other theatre, but they never crossed. Even when I did Doctor Who
(1963) I was still doing stuff at the National and on tour but going back. So I've always done plays and had this schizophrenic experience but neither have affected each other as ...
He became the first of two non-English actors to portray the character of Doctor Who, and the first of three actors to speak with an accent other than Received Pronunciation English. David Tennant
is a fellow Scot who portrayed the Doctor from 2005-2010 with a London/Estuary accent; Christopher Eccleston
portrayed the Doctor in 2005 with a Northern accent.