Known for movies

Short Info

DiedMay 20, 1996, Sherman, Connecticut, United States
SpouseIngeborg Rhoesa, Jean Marsh
MarkMultitude of comedic voices
FactHe appeared in two comedy film set in ancient Rome: Carry on Cleo (1964) and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966).
PaymentsEarned 650.00 pounds (a week) from Doctor Who (1963)

Jon Pertwee was born on July 7, 1919, in Chelsea, London, England. His parents are Roland and Avice Pertwee. He has two older brothers, Michael and Anthony. Pertwee was educated at Sherborne School in Dorset. He then studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Pertwee’s acting career began in the 1940s. He appeared in several films and television shows. He is best known for his role as the Third Doctor in the “Doctor Who” television series. Pertwee also played the title role in the 1970s TV series “The Navy Lark”.

Pertwee died on May 20, 1996, at the age of 76.

Jon Pertwee was born on July 7, 1919, in Chelsea, London, England to Roland and Avice Pertwee. He had two older brothers, Michael and Anthony. Pertwee was educated at Sherborne School in Dorset before studying at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Pertwee’s acting career began in the 1940s with roles in several films and television shows. He is best known for his role as the Third Doctor in the “Doctor Who” television series. Pertwee also played the title role in the 1970s TV series “The Navy Lark”.

Pertwee died on May 20, 1996, at the age of 76.

General Info

Full NameJon Pertwee
DiedMay 20, 1996, Sherman, Connecticut, United States
Height1.89 m
ProfessionEntertainer, Voice Actor
EducationRoyal Academy of Dramatic Art, Frensham Heights School


SpouseIngeborg Rhoesa, Jean Marsh
ChildrenSean Pertwee, Dariel Pertwee
ParentsRoland Pertwee, Avice Pertwee
SiblingsMichael Pertwee


MoviesThe Five Doctors, Carry On Screaming!, Carry On Cleo, Carry On Cowboy, The House That Dripped Blood, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Airzone Solution, Carry On Columbus, The Water Babies, One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing, Mister Drake's Duck, Wombling Free, Murder at the Windmill,...
TV ShowsThe Further Adventures of SuperTed, Worzel Gummidge Down Under, SuperTed, Worzel Gummidge, Whodunnit?, Doctor Who, Doctor Who: Thirty Years in the TARDIS

Social profile links


#Marks / Signs
1Multitude of comedic voices
2Long, crooked nose
3Thick mane of curly grey hair
4Gravelly authoritative voice


Adventures of a Plumber's Mate (1978)£250
Carry on Screaming! (1966)£150
Carry on Cowboy (1965)£375
Carry on Cleo (1964)£150
Doctor Who (1963)650.00 pounds (a week)


1I saw the Doctor as an interplanetary crusader and it was this dashing Pied Piper image that appealed to me. I could spread my cloak, take the Earth under my wing and say, 'It's all right now...I'll deal with this.'
2(Concerning the inevitability of his career which he felt later on may have played against him) Because it was the family business I never had to struggle to join it I took it for granted which is maybe why I've never taken it seriously enough.
3It never occurred to me that I could ever be remotely considered for the part of the Doctor. When Tenniel Evans, with whom I was playing in The Navy Lark, suggested I put myself up for the part, I thought it was an absurd idea. I was widely known as a radio and stage comedy actor and they would never take the suggestion seriously.
4Charles Laughton, the famous actor, said to me 'I understand you were thrown out of RADA.' I said 'Yes' and he said 'you're bound to do well, so was I'
5[on being cast as The Doctor] When my agent approached the BBC and that long silence on the phone was over we were told that I was on their short list and had been ever since they wanted a replacement for Patrick Troughton.
6[on his spy work in WW2] I did all sorts. Teaching commandos how to use escapology equipment, compasses in brass buttons, secret maps in white cotton handkerchiefs, pipes you could smoke that also fired a .22 bullet. All sorts of incredible things.
7In all my years as an actor, I had never been me - I had always hidden behind my glasses, mustaches and funny voices.
8I like working on stage because of the reaction. I like to play light comedy and hear the laughs.
9[on Doctor Who (1963)] I like two things about it. I like the fun of doing it and I like the money.
10[on Worzel Gummidge (1979)] It is an actor's dream because the man changes his mind and his head with monotonous regularity. So you go through all sorts of phases and characters, which appeals to me enormously.
11[shortly before his death] At 76, I'm too old for all the stunts and the Venusian karate - I might find kicking somebody under the chin difficult nowadays.
12I think sci-fi always draws cult followers. You get these other people, the Trekkies, all over the world, who follow Star Trek (1966). There were only two series of this made [he was mistaken, there were three] and what you see now is endless repeats, but you still get these sci-fi nuts prepared to go anywhere for a convention.
13I'm an actor playing Doctor Who. I'm often asked questions about what the Doctor thinks and I say: 'How the hell do I know?' I'm speaking somebody else's lines.
14["Radio Times" 3 January 1970] Small children and animals are every actor's nightmare - I have to cope with monsters.
15Somehow I seem to have been gently bypassed as a serious actor. Too long enjoying life and working in Light Entertainment perhaps.
16I was delighted to appear in The Five Doctors [Doctor Who: The Five Doctors (1983)] and I thought it was a great shame that Tom [Tom Baker] declined to take part. Of course, it would have been nicer to have had a bit more to do, but that was necessarily a problem, considering the amount of characters Terrance Dicks was trying to cram in. Generally, I thought I was done justice, and I told John Nathan-Turner then that I wouldn't mind coming back to do the odd special occasionally.
17I was very fond of the Ogrons, who were wonderful, because they were so big, even I was terrified of them.
18The tattoos were a little mistake from younger and more foolish days. I always thought it was quite amusing to have the Third Doctor, who was so preoccupied with being the archetypal gentleman, displaying a nice big piece of arm adornment - and nobody said anything when filming, so they were seen on screen. Perhaps people were frightened of offending me so early on in my time!
19In my opinion, Caroline John didn't fit into Doctor Who (1963). I couldn't really believe in her as a sidekick to the Doctor, because she was so darned intelligent herself. The Doctor didn't want a know-it-all by his side, he wanted someone who was busy learning about the world. Although Caroline and I worked well together, I don't think it did the series any harm when she left.
20I hate working in studios. That's why I adored doing Worzel Gummidge (1979), because we shot the whole thing on film, we were outside all the time.
21Eddie Gray once said to me, "Don't worry, my son, take my advice, say the lines, take the money and go and buy something nice", which is the best advice I'd ever heard in my life.
22Tom Baker says he's the Doctor. You can't argue with Tom on that one, he did seven years and he always wins the polls.
23I decided to leave [Doctor Who (1963)] because Roger [Roger Delgado] had died, Barry Letts was leaving, Terrance Dicks was leaving. I thought it looked like the end of an era and I thought, "Well, I may as well go". Shaun Sutton, the head of programmes, said, "Would you like to stay on and do another season?" And I said, "Yeah, yeah, I'll do one more if you pay me a bit of extra money". He said, "Like what?" I told him and they said, "We're sorry to see you go."
24[on playing it straight in Doctor Who (1963)] In all my years as an actor, I had never been me - I had always hidden behind my glasses, mustaches and funny voices.
25[on why he preferred Doctor Who (1963) stories set on contemporary Earth] There's nothing more alarming than coming home and finding a Yeti sitting on your loo in Tooting Bec.
26I like the best of everything.
27[when advised to portray the Doctor in Doctor Who (1963) as himself by Shaun Sutton] Who's that?


1Was approached to replace Roger Moore in the musical Aspects of Love. He declined.
2He appeared in two comedy film set in ancient Rome: Carry on Cleo (1964) and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966).
3His favourite song was "Georgia on My Mind" by Ray Charles.
4He appeared in three films co-written by his elder brother Michael Pertwee: Trouble in the Air (1948), Ladies Who Do (1963) and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966).
5Gave advice to David Jason when he was just starting his acting career.
6He was considered for the roles of Dr. Hans Fallada, Dr. Armstrong and Sir Percy Heseltine in Lifeforce (1985).
7Owned a house in Spain in the mid-60s.
8Pertwee was very self-conscious about the size of his nose. As a result, Doctor Who (1963) script editor Terrance Dicks deliberately added a line to an episode of the series (Doctor Who: The Time Warrior: Part Three (1973)) in which the Doctor is described as "a longshank rascal with a mighty nose".
9Was expelled from RADA (Royal Academy Of Dramatic Arts) after refusing to play the wind in a production.
10He is considered to have been one of the inspirations for James Bond alongside Christopher Lee and Ian Fleming's colleague Sir William Stephenson.
11Served alongside Ian Fleming in a special division of British Intelligence in World War II. Among others there was future British Prime Minister Jim Callaghan, who served tea.
12Was expelled from multiple private schools, including one for swinging a chain in a Tarzan imitation.
13Suffered from vertigo for many years.
14Was a top class Scuba Diver.
15Loved action films and his trademark fight scenes and martial arts as The Doctor were added because of this.
16He is the second longest-lived actor to have played the Doctor in Doctor Who (1963). He was surpassed in this regard by his immediate successor Tom Baker on December 5, 2010, who became the first Doctor to reach the age of 77 on January 20, 2011.
17Was a founder member, along with his brother Michael, of The Waistcoat Club (of which he had a large collection, some dating back 300 years) which was set up in 1953 to counter the drabness of mens' dress. Another future Doctor Who, Peter Cushing, was a fellow member.
18Was the original choice for the role of Elliot Hoover in Audrey Rose (1977).
19His final screen appearance was in a Doctor Who (1963)-inspired advertisement for Vodaphone in 1996, shot a week before his death.
20Was delighted when his wife passed him the message that he had been invited to appear in "the new Columbus film", and that the script was being sent over. He would wryly recall that his hopes of working with Gérard Depardieu in 1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992) were quickly dashed when he received the script of Carry on Columbus (1992).
21Was the producers' second choice to play Dr Who. At the time, their first choice was Ron Moody.
22Of the 24 Doctor Who (1963) stories he starred in, he named Doctor Who: The Dæmons: Episode One (1971) as his favorite.
23His favorite aliens in Doctor Who (1963) were the Draconians from the 1973 story "Frontier in Space". In particular, he liked the quality of the half-masks that were designed for them, which allowed for more expressive performances from the actors than was often able to be the case with full face masks. Pertwee was known to dislike the most popular series monsters, the Daleks, which he described as "silly" despite starring in three serials with them, and he didn't particularly rate the expressionless Cybermen either, although his Doctor didn't encounter Cybermen until he returned to the series in The Five Doctors in 1983.
24Had a reputation as a great raconteur, comedian and impressionist, making him a popular guest on talk shows, game shows and at Doctor Who (1963) conventions.
25He considered Aladdin (1992) to be the greatest animated film of all time, as well as one of the greatest films of all time.
26He was a very good friend of Spike Milligan, but later on in his life the two would have arguments over who was the bigger Aladdin (1992) fan. He also considered Milligan's Goon colleague, Peter Sellers, a friend.
27Like Patrick Troughton, his predecessor as the Doctor, he died of a heart attack while visiting the United States.
28He was the oldest living Doctor from the death of William Hartnell on April 23, 1975 and the earliest living Doctor from the death of Patrick Troughton on March 28, 1987 until his own death on May 20, 1996. With his death, Tom Baker came both the oldest and earliest living Doctor.
29He was a close friend of Patrick Troughton and Tom Baker, his predecessor and successor as the Doctor respectively. He also counted his Doctor Who (1963) co-stars Nicholas Courtney, Roger Delgado and Katy Manning among his closest friends.
30Was a life long fan of cartoons.
31According to Pertwee's biography, "Moon Boot and Dinner Suits", as a young boy he played with the son of the gamekeeper on the family estate. The gamekeeper was A.A. Milne, and his son was Christopher, the inspiration for Milne's later tales of Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh.
32Was originally meant to star in The Baby and the Battleship (1956) with George Cole, but was replaced when Cole walked out.
33Appeared once on BBC television's team quiz show Quiz Ball (1966) as a last-minute substitute for comedian Jimmy Logan, and found himself playing for Scotland. They won.
34Died in his sleep of a heart attack while he and his wife were on holiday in the USA, staying with actor Richard Neilson and his wife at their house in Timber Lake, Connecticut.
35He was a talented water-skier and had a passion for fast cars and motorbikes. He carried on riding his last bike, a Honda VT500E, until he was 74, two years before his death.
36Following the instructions in his will, he was cremated with an effigy of the bumbling scarecrow Worzel Gummidge (Worzel Gummidge (1979), his favorite role), attached to his casket. As the casket slid between the curtains, the effigy fell off and landed on the floor, leading one mourner to call out, "That's Jon for you. Always playing it for laughs". The mourners all broke into laughter.
37Was a friend of Stephen Ward, a key figure in the John Profumo political scandal in the UK in the early 1960s.
38During WW2 he served in the RNVR as an officer. He was appointed to HMS Hood from which he was extremely fortunate to be returned to shore shortly before that vessel was sunk by the Bismarck.
39His experience of serving in the British Navy during the Second World War inspired him to conceive the popular BBC radio comedy "Navy Lark, The". He was a star of the series for many years and provided the voices for many of the diverse characters.
40He worked hard to bring the character of Worzel Gummidge (Worzel Gummidge (1979)) to the television screen and counted it as his favourite role. He had been offered the part in the mid-70s for a film version which was never made, and persuaded the writers Willis Hall and Keith Waterhouse to pen a TV pilot instead.
41Played "Lycus" in the original stage production of "Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, A". The film role was given to Phil Silvers since he had greater name-recognition internationally.
42Jon was considered for the role of Captain Mainwaring in the BBC series Dad's Army (1968), which eventually went to Arthur Lowe. He claimed that he refused the part as he was working on Broadway at the time, and didn't know what he was being offered back home.
43He contacted the BBC about the vacant role of the main character in Doctor Who (1963) in 1969 on the recommendation of his "Navy Lark" colleague Tenniel Evans.
44The 60 year old actor added pop star to his repertoire in 1980 when 'Worzel's Song' reached the top 33 in the UK and stayed in the chart for seven weeks.
45His closest friend in later life was the broadcaster David Jacobs..
46Knew Laurence Olivier personally when he was a young man.
47He was told several times when he was young that he would never become a successful actor, due to such problems as a partial lisp and a close resemblance to the American actor Danny Kaye - whom he would actually double in the London location work for Knock on Wood (1954).
48He changed his name from "John" to "Jon" as a young actor.
49Was well-known for his role in the long-lived BBC Radio comedy series "The Navy Lark", where he played the role of Chief Petty Officer Pertwee (plus Vice-Admiral "Burbly" Burwasher, Commander Weatherby and The Master) from 1959 to 1977.
50He was the father of actress Dariel Pertwee and actor Sean Pertwee.
51He was the first cousin of Bill Pertwee.
52He was the son of Roland Pertwee.
53Known as a comedy actor until he was cast in a dramatic and action role as the third Doctor in Doctor Who (1963).
54He was the younger brother of Michael Pertwee.




Doctor Who: DeviousTV Series post-productionThe 3rd Doctor
Discworld1995Video GameFool Chucky Windle Poons ... (voice)
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Attack of the Hawkmen1995TV MovieGeneral Von Kramer
P.R.O.B.E.: The Zero Imperative1994VideoDr. Jeremiah O'Kane
Cloud Cuckoo1994ShortGrandfather
The Airzone Solution1993VideoOliver Threthewey
Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time1993TV ShortThe Third Doctor
Carry on Columbus1992Duke of Costa Brava
Virtual Murder1992TV SeriesLuis Silverado
The Further Adventures of SuperTed1989TV SeriesSpotty
Worzel Gummidge Down Under1987-1989TV SeriesWorzel Gummidge
SuperTed: Super Safe with SuperTed1986TV ShortSpotty (voice)
SuperTed1983-1986TV SeriesSpotty / Mr. Spot
Do You Know the Milkyway?1985TV MovieDr. Neuross
Deus ex Machina1984Video GameThe Storyteller (voice)
The Boys in Blue1984Coastguard
Doctor Who1970-1983TV SeriesDoctor Who Dr. Who The Doctor
The Curious Case of Santa Claus1982TV MovieDr. Merryweather
Worzel Gummidge1979-1981TV SeriesWorzel Gummidge
Wombling Free1978Womble (voice)
The Water Babies1978Salmon / Jock the Lobster / Kraken (voice)
Four Against the Desert1977TV MovieStaff
No. 1 of the Secret Service1977The Rev. Walter Braithwaite
Adventures of a Private Eye1977Judd Blake
One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing1975Colonel
The Goodies1975TV SeriesReverend Llewellyn Llewellyn Llewellyn Llewellyn
The House That Dripped Blood1971Paul Henderson (segment 4 "The Cloak")
I Understand1970Short
Up in the Air1969Figworthy
Jackanory1966-1967TV SeriesStoryteller
Beggar My Neighbour1967TV SeriesMajor Henley
The Avengers1967TV SeriesBrigadier Whitehead
Runaway Railway1966Station Master
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum1966Crassus
Carry on Screaming!1966Doctor Fettle
David Nixon's Comedy Bandbox1966TV SeriesGuest.
Mother Goose1965TV MovieThe Squire
Carry on Cowboy1965Sheriff Albert Earp
A Slight Case of...1965TV Series
You Must Be Joking!1965Storekeeper (Hare Factory) (uncredited)
I've Gotta Horse1965Costumier's assistant
How to Undress in Public Without Undue Embarrassment1965
Carry on Cleo1964Soothsayer
Ladies Who Do1963Sidney Tait
The Dickie Henderson Show1963TV Series
Nearly a Nasty Accident1961Gen. Birkinshaw
Not a Hope in Hell1960Dan
Just Joe1960Prendergast
The Ugly Duckling1959Victor Jekyll
Glencannon1959TV SeriesChampagne Charlie
Dick Whittington and His Cat1958TV MovieAlderman Fitzwarren
Ivanhoe1958TV SeriesPeter the Peddler
Rise Above It1957TV MovieEveryone else
It's a Wonderful World1956Conductor (uncredited)
A Yank in Ermine1955Slowburn Jenks
The Gay Dog1954A Betting Man
Will Any Gentleman...?1953Charley Sterling
Mister Drake's Duck1951Reuben
The Body Said No!1950Watchman
Miss Pilgrim's Progress1949Postman Perkins
Dear Mr. Prohack1949Plover
Helter Skelter1949Headwaiter / Charles II
Mystery at the Burlesque1949Detective Sergeant (as Jon Pertwer)
A Piece of Cake1948Mr. Short
William Comes to Town1948Circus Superintendent
Trouble in the Air1948Truelove
Toad of Toad Hall1947TV MovieThe Judge
The Wandering Jew1947TV MovieBoemond, Prince of Tarentum
The Secret Four1939Rally Campaigner (uncredited)
A Yank at Oxford1938Minor Role (uncredited)


Round the Bend1956TV Series additional material - 3 episodes


I've Gotta Horse1965performer: "You've Got To Look Right For The Part"


Knock on Wood1954double: Danny Kaye - uncredited


Doctor Who: DeviousTV Series in memory of - segment ": 1996" post-production
Doctor Who1996TV Movie dedicated to the memory of


Myth Makers: Roger Delgado - A Tribute1997Video documentary shortHimself
Celebrity Squares1997TV SeriesHimself
Surprise Surprise!1996TV SeriesHimself
This Morning1996TV SeriesHimself
Noel's Telly Years1996TV SeriesHimself
Stranger Than Fiction 21995Video documentary
The Doctors, 30 Years of Time Travel and Beyond1995Video documentaryHimself
Countdown1995TV SeriesHimself
This Is Your Life1971-1995TV Series documentaryHimself
Stranger Than Fiction1994Video documentary
Noel's House Party1994TV SeriesHimself
Good Morning... with Anne and Nick1994TV SeriesHimself
Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis1993TV Movie documentaryHimself
Children in Need1985-1993TV SeriesHimself
The Hypnotic World of Paul McKenna1993TV SeriesHimself
GMTV1993TV SeriesHimself
Entertainment Express1993TV Series documentaryHimself
Return to Devil's End1993Video documentaryHimself
'Doctor Who': The Pertwee Years1992Video documentaryHimself - Presenter
'Doctor Who': The Troughton Years1991Video documentaryHimself - Presenter
Wogan1989TV SeriesThe Scarlet Pimpernel / Himself
On the Waterfront1989TV SeriesHimself
Good Morning Britain1989TV SeriesHimself
Sky Star Search1989TV SeriesHimself - Judge
Myth Makers 15: Jon Pertwee1989Video documentaryHimself
Myth Makers Vol. 7: Myth Runner1987VideoHimself
'Doctor Who' Who's Who1986TV Special documentaryHimself
Myth Makers Vol. 7: Wendy Padbury1986Video documentarySpotty
3-2-11985TV SeriesDracula
A Century of Stars: The Story of the Grand Order of Water Rats1984TV Movie documentary
Blankety Blank1979-1984TV SeriesHimself
Pebble Mill at One1984TV SeriesHimself
Look Who's Talking1984TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Game for a Laugh1983TV Series
Nationwide1983TV Series documentaryHimself
Parkinson1980TV SeriesHimself
Those Wonderful TV Times1976-1978TV SeriesHimself
M'Lords... Ladies and Gentlemen...1978TV SeriesHimself
Whodunnit?1973-1978TV SeriesHimself - Presenter / Himself / Panelist
Whose Baby?1977TV SeriesHimself - Panellist
The David Nixon Show1976TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Tell Me Another1976TV SeriesHimself
Looks Familiar1974TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Just a Nimmo1974TV SeriesHimself
Blue Peter1973TV SeriesHimself
Under the Table You Must Go1970DocumentaryHimself
Frost on Saturday1969TV SeriesHimself
Call My Bluff1969TV SeriesHimself
Jokers Wild1969TV SeriesHimself - Team Captain (1974)
Jack and the Beanstalk1968ShortHimself - Narrator
Jon Pertwee Show1966TV SeriesHimself
Quiz Ball1966TV SeriesHimself - Guest Supporter
Five O'Clock Club1965TV SeriesHimself
The Quay to the Tor1964Documentary shortHimself - Narrator
Starlight Rendezvous1962TV SeriesHimself - Storyteller
Steppin' Out1959TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Six-Five Special1957-1958TV SeriesHimself
Mainly for Women1957TV Series documentaryHimself
Revels of 19571957TV MovieHimself
Evans Abode1956-1957TV SeriesHimself
Film Fanfare1956TV SeriesHimself
Round the Bend1955-1956TV SeriesHimself
Christmas Box1955TV MovieHimself
The Saturday Show1955TV SeriesHimself
Music-Hall1951-1954TV SeriesHimself
Variety1947TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

Supernova2005TV SeriesThe Doctor
Paddy Russell: A Life in Television2005Video shortThe Doctor
Terrance Dicks: Fact & Fiction2005Video documentary shortThe Doctor
Directing 'Who': Peter Moffatt2004Video documentary shortThe Doctor
The Story of 'Doctor Who'2003TV Movie documentaryThe Doctor
Jon Pertwee at Panopticon2003Video documentary shortHimself
Behind the Sofa: Robert Holmes and Doctor Who2003Video documentaryThe Doctor
Comedy Connections2003TV Series documentaryThe Doctor
Serial Thrillers2003Video documentary shortThe Doctor (uncredited)
Restoring 'The Aztecs'2002Video documentary shortThe Doctor
The 100 Greatest Kids TV Shows2001TV SpecialWorzel Gummidge
The Greatest2001TV Series documentaryThe Doctor
Longleat 83: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy2001Video documentaryHimself
Heroes of Comedy2000TV Series documentary
Doctor Who: Destiny of the Doctors1997Video GameThe Doctor
Laugh with the Carry Ons1993TV Series
Resistance Is Useless1992TV Movie documentaryThe Doctor
Doctor Who1974-1984TV SeriesThe Doctor
Blue Peter1980TV SeriesThe Doctor
Clapper Board1979TV SeriesVarious
The Lively Arts1977TV Series documentaryThe Doctor
Too Much TV2016TV SeriesWorzel Gummidge
Lego Dimensions2015Video GameThe Third Doctor
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion2014TV MovieThe Doctor
Doctor Who2008-2013TV SeriesThe Doctor
Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty2013TV Movie documentaryThe Doctor (uncredited)
The Culture Show2005-2013TV Series documentaryThe Doctor
William Hartnell: The Original2013TV Short documentaryThe Doctor (uncredited)
Return to Scatterbrook: Memories of Worzel2013DocumentaryHimself
Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor2013TV MovieThe Doctor (uncredited)
A Dandy and a Clown2013Video documentaryHimself
Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited2013TV Mini-Series documentaryThe Doctor
Geek Crash Course2013TV SeriesThe Third Doctor
Nova ScienceNow2012TV Series documentaryThe Doctor
Mars Probe 7: Making the Ambassadors of Death2012Video documentary shortThe Doctor
Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos2012Video documentaryThe Doctor (uncredited)
The Women of Doctor Who2012TV Movie documentaryThe Doctor (uncredited)
Second Time Around: The Troughton Years2012Video documentaryHimself
Tales of Television Centre2012TV Movie documentaryHimself / Acting Role (uncredited)
People Power and Puppetry2011Video documentary shortThe Doctor / Himself
Race Against Time2011Video documentaryThe Doctor
The U.N.I.T Family: Part Two2011Video documentary shortThe Doctor
Down to Earth: Filming Spearhead from Space2011Video documentary shortHimself / Doctor Who
Come in Number Five2011Video documentaryThe Doctor (uncredited)
James May's Man Lab2010TV Series documentaryHimself
The Sarah Jane Adventures2009-2010TV SeriesThe Doctor
BBC Proms2010TV SeriesThe Doctor
Doctor Who Confidential2005-2009TV Series documentaryThe Third Doctor The Doctor
Countdown: One Last Consonant Please, Carol2008TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
The Rise and Fall of Gallifrey2008Video documentary shortThe Doctor
The Ties That Bind Us2008Video documentary shortThe Third Doctor
5 Doctors One Studio2008Video documentary short3rd Doctor
Celebration2008Video documentaryHimself
Going Underground2008Video documentary shortThe Doctor
Hello Sailor!: Making the Sea Devils2008Video documentary shortThe Doctor
Double Trouble2007Video documentary shortThe 3rd Doctor
Rogue Time Lords2007Video documentary shortThe Doctor (uncredited)
Terror Nation: Terry Nation and Doctor Who2007Video documentary shortThe Doctor
Would I Lie to You?2007TV SeriesThe Doctor
Anti-Matter from Amsterdam2007Video documentary shortThe Doctor
Omega Factor2007Video documentary shortThe Doctor
Are Friends Electric2007Video documentary short3rd Doctor
A New Body at Last2007Video documentaryThe Third Doctor Who
Built for War2006Video documentary shortThe Doctor
Love Off-Air2006Video documentary shortThe Doctor
Evolution of the Invasion2006Video documentaryThe Doctor
Changing Time: Living and Leaving Doctor Who2006Video documentaryThe Doctor
Can You Hear the Earth Scream2006Video documentary shortThe Doctor
The U.N.I.T Family: Part One2006Video documentary shortThe Doctor
The Dalek Tapes2006Video documentaryThe Doctor

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

Write A Comment

Pin It