His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include:
"As You Like It", "The General From America", "The Herbal Bed" (all 1996), "Romeo & Juliet", "The Rivals" and "The Comedy of Errors" (all 2000), the title role in "Hamlet" and Berowne in "Love's Labour's Lost" (both 2008).
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When you first read a script is the purest moment. That's when you can understand how an audience will ultimately receive it. The first reading of the script is so important because you're experiencing it all for the first time, and it's then that you really know if it's going to work or not.
Is the second Scots actor to be cast as "The Doctor" (and got a chance to use his actual accent, once, when the Doctor poses as a Scottish physician in episode Doctor Who: Tooth and Claw
(2006)). The first was Sylvester McCoy
, who was cast as the seventh Doctor in the original series. McCoy's time in the TARDIS was from 1987 to 1989.