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Life Outside The TARDIS
Now that we’ve all absorbed the news that Samuel Anderson is joining Doctor Who as the teacher Danny Pink, the question of where he came from, and what he’s done before becomes paramount.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on October 3rd, 2012
Whovians, Anglophenians, Fiends. Romans and Gruntymen, this series has been a lot of fun.
Let’s start with an optical illusion. Watch this trailer for the 1965 Gerry and the Pacemakers movie (I know, I didn’t realise there was a Gerry and the Pacemakers movie either) Ferry Cross The Mersey.
Warning: if your only experience of Noel Clarke’s work has been as Mickey in Doctor Who, you may find some of these clips a little hard going. He has carved out a career as an actor, writer, director in a series of tough projects ...
It’s just possible you may already know about some of these clips, what with Catherine holding down her own massively successful sketch show and appearing in the American version of The Office. Nevertheless, hers is a career ...
Be warned, one of these clips contains the least sexy moment of sexy dialogue in the history of people pretending to be other people for the benefit of everyone else. However, we shall endeavor to get through the trauma with the minimum ...
This is the earliest clip we could find. It comes after her 2003 appearance in the notorious British soap Crossroads, which had been rebooted for the naughties.
This will be a little more varied than our usual clip collections, because young Billie has managed three successful careers in a very short space of time.
After last week’s slightly disappointing (in quantity, rather than quality) YouTube trawl for nuggets of Arthur Darvill excellence, here’s a slightly meatier online resume. And with good reason: Alex Kingston has been very, ...
Note: We began investigating this particular feature with such high hopes. Arthur Darvill is a man who clearly has a very bright career ahead of him (he’s working on a TV series called Broadchurch right now) and has had a ...