His credits at Edinburgh's Royal Lyceum Theatre include: "Shinda The Magic Ape" (1991), "Hay Fever" (1992), "Merlin" (1992, also tour) and "Look Back In Anger" (2005, also Theatre Royal Bath).
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When you're playing a real person, there's a balance between playing the person in the script and playing the person as he was in life. You have to be respectful and true to who that person was, but at the same time tell the story in the film.
From his first appearance in the role of the Doctor in June 2005 to when he gave the role up in January 2010, he became the second longest actor to play the title role continuously on television (Tom Baker
is the longest, who was on screen from 1974 until 1981) and the third longest overall (Sylvester McCoy
first appeared in September 1987 and exited in Doctor Who
(1996) but the series was not ...
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