The BBC’s Doctor Who has managed to pull in some of the best British actors over the years, and series seven part two, which airs March 30th 2013, won’t be any exception. Warwick Davies will be starring in an episode playing a character named Porridge, most likely to be the series finale or Neil Gaiman’s Cybermen episode. He joins the long list of names to guest star in the show among Michael Gambon (Harry Potter), Richard E. Grant (The Iron Lady) and many, many more.
This time, we’re looking ahead at ten guest stars that we’d like to see. Have we missed any? Feel free to leave your ideas in the comments, you never know, it might just happen.
10. Alan Rickman
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