Doctor Who & Torchwood Connections
By DJ Forrest
Foyle’s War ran from 27th October 2002 till it’s last ever episode on 18th January 2015. ITV had already announced on the 12th January 2015 that no more episodes would be commissioned due to high production costs. Written and created by Anthony Horowitz, the writer behind the successful Alex Rider novels, Foyle’s War was based around the time of the Second World War 1940 and a few years after it, in 1947.
It tells of widower Christopher Foyle, a Detective Chief Sergeant, played by Michael Kitchen who often upsets high ranking officials in the Army when he pokes his nose in where it’s not wanted, in an attempt to catch criminals who take advantage of the chaos of war. He’s assisted by Samantha ‘Sam’ Stewart, his driver played wonderfully by Honeysuckle Weeks and Detective Sergeant Paul Milner played by Anthony Howell. In the final series, Foyle was retired but working for MI5 ‘navigating the world of Cold War espionage’.
Foyle’s War is now on Netflix which means I have every opportunity of catching up with a series I loved from the very first episode, and the fact that David Tennant appeared in the show along with one or two other Doctor’s over the years has to account for something. I enjoyed Foyle’s War because, although it required you to actually follow the story, there were no loud car chases, no ‘shoot – em up’ gangsters. This was wartime
and often you felt a part
of the show. Car chases and shoot outs
are ok once in a while, but a good old British drama, you just can’t beat
it. I shall miss Foyle’s War. Britain
And yes, I know none of the three main cast actors were in any episodes of Torchwood or Doctor Who – I checked. But what I found were a host of actors and actresses, extras and walk ons, body doubles and stunt performers, and various other cast and crew from the world of Who and Torchwood with some from Sarah Jane Adventures who were.
We did the research so you don’t have to!
Foyle's War 2002 to 2015.
Full Cast & Crew For Foyle’s War and Role within the Whoniverse.
The first part of the list tells of the character and episodes that they appeared in Foyle’s War as.
Ellie Haddington – For 9 episodes during 2003 – 2015 played Hilda. In Doctor Who, Ellie played Professor Docherty in Last of the Time Lords and appeared in the documentary Doctor Who: The Companions uncredited as Professor Docherty in 2013.
Rupert Vansittart – For 5 episodes during 2013 – 2015 Rupert played Sir Alec Meyerson. In Doctor Who played General Asquith in Aliens of London and World War Three in 2005.
Anthony Flanagan – For 2 episodes played Policeman 2 during 2002 – 2006. In Doctor Who he played Orin Scannell in the episode 42 in 2007. In the same year he appeared as himself in the series Doctor Who Confidential in the episode Space Craft.
Michael Jayston – Well known to us as The Valeyard in Doctor Who during The Trial of a Time Lord for 14 episodes in 1986, Michael appeared as AC Henry Parkins for 2 episodes of Foyle’s War during 2007-2008.
Sam Marks - For one episode of Foyle’s War Sam played Anton Valyshkin in 2010. He played Wiggins, the boy in love with the witch in Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code in 2007.
Ken Bones – For one episode in 2013, Ken played Max Hoffman. In Doctor Who he was the Voice in The Time of the Doctor and played The General in The Day of the Doctor also in 2013.
Tim Preece – In 2003, Tim played in one episode. In 1973, Tim played Codal in all 6 episodes of Planet of the Daleks.
Gavin Brocker – In 2007, Gavin played Harry Osborne for one episode. He played George in the Torchwood episode Captain Jack Harkness also in 2007, sweeping Toshiko Sato across the floor at the
, run by the
creepy caretaker Bilis Manger. Ritz
In 2011 he played Caleb in Sarah Jane Adventures story - Sky Part 1 & 2
Marek Oravec – For one episode in 2010, Marek played Ivan Spiakov. He played an uncredited worker at the Harries & Harries plant in the Torchwood episode Meat in 2008.
Bill Paterson – For one episode Bill played Patrick Jamieson. In Doctor Who he’s known as Bracewell from Victory of the Daleks and The Pandorica Opens in 2010.
Kate Fleetwood played Lydia Nicholson for one episode in 2007. In Sarah Jane Adventures she was the voice of Ship in the episode The Mad Woman in the Attic, part 1 & 2, in 2009.
Charles Pemberton played a Policeman during 1 episode in 2004. In 1967 he played a Cyberman in the Doctor Who series – The Tomb of the Cybermen in episodes 2,3 & 4, plus an Alien Technician in the 5th episode of The War Games in 1969. He also appeared as a Cyberman the video documentary Second Time Around: The Troughton Years in 2012.
Ron Cook probably more favourably remembered as Magpie in the Doctor Who episode The Idiot’s Lantern in 2006, he played Eddie Baker in 1 episode of Foyle’s War in 2007.
Bill Davey also known as Bill Davy played Fred Pierce in one episode during 2003. In Doctor Who he was a stunt co-ordinator for 4 episodes between 2006 – 2008 in The Impossible Planet, The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters and Turn Left. He appeared as himself for Doctor Who Confidential episode – Myths & Legends in 2006.
Tom Goodman-Hill played Maurice Jones in one episode during 2010. He played Reverend Golightly in the Doctor Who episode The Unicorn and the Wasp in 2008, appearing as himself for the Confidential episode Nemesis in the same year. Bzzzzzzz!!!
Joseph Long played Fred Stuart for one episode in 2010. In Doctor Who in 2008, he played Rocco Colasanto in the episode Turn Left. I wonder if he were a relation to Angelo Colasanto in Torchwood’s Miracle Day series???
Ronald Pickup during 2004 played Sir Giles Messinger for one episode. In Doctor Who he played the role of the Physician in The Tyrant of France for the story The Reign of Terror in 1964.
Nigel Terry played Hugh Jackson in one episode of Foyle’s War in 2004. In Doctor Who: The Doctor’s Daughter 2008 he played Cobb. In the Doctor Who Confidential episode The Doctor in 2009, he appeared as General Cobb.
Corey Johnson played Sergeant Jack O'Connor for one episode in 2006. In Doctor Who episode Dalek in 2005, he played Henry Van Statten. In Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited he appeared in the episode The Ninth Doctor in 2013, also in Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Enemies in 2009, and in Doctor Who Confidential as himself for the episode The Dark Side in 2005. In 2007 he appeared in the video documentary Davros Connections as Van Statten.
Adam James played Major Wesker for one episode in 2010. In Doctor Who he played DI McMillan for the episode Planet of the Dead in 2009. He appeared as himself for the
Storm in the same year. (I miss ‘Confidential’) Confidental episode Desert
Bryan Dick better known to us as ‘Adam Smith’ in the Torchwood episode Adam in 2008 played Kenneth Hunter in Foyle’s War for one episode in 2003. In Torchwood Declassified he appeared as himself for the episode Past Imperfect in 2008.
Keith Barron played David Barrett for one episode in 2006. He played Captain Striker for episodes 1-4 of Doctor Who: Enlightenment back in 1983.
Michael Elwyn played a Police Officer for one episode of Foyle’s War in 2010. In Doctor Who: The Highlanders in 1966/67 he played Lt Algernon Thomas Alfred Ffinch for 4 episodes.
Andrew Tiernan played Geoffrey Helliwell for one episode in 2013. In Doctor Who: Night Terrors in 2011 he played Purcell under the name Andy Tiernan.
Jon Glover played a Police Officer in one episode in 2010. In Sarah Jane Adventures also in the same year he provided the voice of Robots in The Empty Planet part 1 & 2, and the voice of the Shansheeth in Death of the Doctor also in parts 1 & 2.
Roy Marsden played Ted Cartwright for one episode in 2006. In Doctor Who: Smith and Jones episode in 2007 he played Stoker, the unfortunate physician who was sucked dry by a plasmavore – lovely creature, not! He later appeared in Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode – The Companions and The Doctor as Dr Stoker in 2009.
Georgie Glen played Mrs Ramsay in one episode in 2010. In Sarah Jane Adventures in 2008, she played the role of Mrs King in The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith parts 1 & 2.
Julian Lewis Jones played James Stafford in one episode in 2015. In Torchwood episode Fragments in 2008, he played Torchwood Leader Alex who couldn’t face the future after staring into an alien artefact, and turned the gun on himself.
Patrick Godfrey played Ernest Bannerman for one episode in 2002. In Doctor Who: The Mind of Evil in 1971 he played Major Cosworth in episodes 5 & 6. In Doctor Who: The Savages in 1966 he played Tor in episodes 1 – 4.
Christina Cole played Violet Davies for one episode in 2003. She played Lilith, a Carrionite in Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code in 2007. In 2009 she appeared as Lilith in Doctor Who Greatest Moments documentary – The Doctor, and in Doctor Who Confidential as Lilith in the episode – The Eleventh Doctor, although uncredited in the titles.
Trevor Cooper played Curling in one episode in 2004. He Friar Tuck in Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood in 2014. In Revelation of the Daleks in 1985 he played Takis in episodes 1 & 2. In The Dalek Tapes in 2006, he appeared as Takis.
Dave Hill played Jack Fenner in one episode in 2004. In the Doctor Who mini series Death Comes to Time, Planet of Blood episode in 2002, Dave was the voice of Nessican.
Jennifer Hennessy played Ruth Shaw for one episode in 2013. Jennifer played Valerie, the cat loving traveller in Doctor Who: Gridlock in 2007. Meow!
Tamzin Outhwaite played Brenda Stevens in one episode of Foyle’s War. In Doctor Who: Nightmare in Silver in the same year she played the Captain.
David Troughton played Michael Bennett for one episode in 2003. David, the son of Patrick Troughton played Professor Hobbes in the Doctor Who episode Midnight in 2008.
In 1968 he played an uncredited guard in episodes 5 & 6 of The Enemy of the World. He played Moor in episode 6 of The War Games in 1969 and in 1972 played Peladon in all 4 episodes of The Curse of Peladon.
An interesting fact – in the early 70’s he shared a flat with Colin Baker who became the Sixth Doctor. Colin Baker was also his best man at his wedding to Alison Groves and also the godfather to his eldest son Sam Troughton.
In 2013, David played a Dalek Operator in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot film which also starred Colin Baker!
Gawn Grainger played DCS David Fielding in one episode in 2006. He played George Stephenson in episode 2 of The Mark of the Rani in 1985 and appeared uncredited in The Making of The Mark of the Rani episode Lords and Luddites in 2006.
Robert Whitelock played Richard Waterlow in one episode in 2008. He played Mahler in Doctor Who: The Bells of Saint John in 2013.
Peter Capaldi played Raymond Carter in one episode in 2004. He is as you all know, the 12th Doctor and has played three different characters in the Whoniverse. He’s played the 12th Doctor from 2014 with a brief uncredited and credited role in The Day of the Doctor and The Time of the Doctor in 2013. In 2008 he played the role of Caecilius during The Fires of Pompeii and in Torchwood: Children of Earth 2009: Day 1 - 5 played the role of John Frobisher. To list his many appearances in Who related factual programmes would keep us here till the sun explodes so we will feature Peter in a separate article at a later date.
John Kane played Neville Johnson in one episode in 2007. In Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders in 1974, he played Tommy in all six episodes.
Phyllida Law played Lady Muriel Sackville in one episode in 2008. In the Sarah Jane Adventures story The Eye of the Gorgon in 2007, she played Bea Nelson-Stanley in parts 1 & 2.
Richard Dillane played Charles Roper in one episode in 2013. He played Carter in Doctor Who: The Wedding of River Song and Let’s Kill Hitler in 2011.
Bernard Kay played Robert Woolton in one episode in 2002. In 1964 he played Carl Tyler in Doctor Who: The Dalek Invasion of Earth for all 6 episodes. He played Saladin in The Crusade for 3 episodes in 1965, played Inspector Crossland in 5 episodes of The Faceless Ones in 1967, and in 1971 played
in 5 episodes of Colony in Space. He appeared as himself and Carl Tyler in
Future Memories: Making the Dalek Invasion of Earth video documentary in
2003. In Archive footage appeared in
video documentary in 2011 as Saladin for Race against Time, and again as
Saladin in 1999 for Doctor Who: The Crusade. Caldwell
Sophia Myles played Susan Gascoigne in one episode of Foyle’s War in 2002. In 2006 she played the older Reinette in Doctor Who: The Girl in the Fireplace episode. Sophia appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential in the same year. In 2009 appeared as Reinette in Is there Life on Mars and The Eleventh Doctor for Doctor Who Confidential.
Christopher Benjamin played Brigadier Harcourt for one episode in 2003. He played Colonel Hugh Curbisly in Doctor Who: The Unicorn and the Wasp in 2008. He played Sir Keith Gold in 6 episodes of Inferno in 1970. In The Talons of Weng-Chiang played Jago in all 6 episodes in 1977 and appeared uncredited as Jago in Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited in 2013 in the episode The Fourth Doctor. Appeared as Colonel Hugh Curbisly in the episode The Doctor for Doctor Who Greatest Moments in 2009, and in Can you Hear the Earth Scream appeared as Keith Gold in 2006.
Graham Crowden played Sir John Sackville for one episode in 2008. He played Soldeed in all four episodes of Doctor Who: The Horns of Nimon in 1979/80. In 2007 he appeared in two video documentaries as Soldeed - A Matter of Time and Are Friends Electric.
Tobias Menzies played Stanley Ellis in one episode in 2002. He played Lieutenant Stepashin in Doctor Who: Cold War in 2013.
Deborah Findlay played Evelyn Cresswell for one episode in 2004. In 2009 she played Denise Riley in Torchwood: Children of Earth Day 4 & Day 5. She was listed on the credits under the name Deborah Finlay.
Alexandra Moen played Mary Wrenn in one episode in 2004. Alexandra played Lucy Saxon in Doctor Who: The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords in 2007 and returned as Lucy in The End of Time Part One in 2009. Appeared in the episode of Doctor Who Greatest Moments in 2009, as Lucy Saxon in The Doctor
Rowena Cooper played Eunice Griffiths in one episode in 2008. In Sarah Jane Adventures: Lost in Time part 2 in 2010, she played Angela Price.
Clifford Rose played Bishop Francis Wood in one episode in 2008. He played Rorvik in episodes 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: Warrior's Gate in 1981and appeared in The Dreaming - a video short documentary as himself and Rorvik in 2009.
David Tennant played Theo Howard during one episode of Foyle’s War in 2002. David played the 10th Doctor from 2005 – 2013 and appeared in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot in 2013. He was the voice of the Doctor in Dreamland in all 6 episodes in 2009. Played the Doctor in SJA in The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith in 2009 and was the voice of the 10th Doctor in the animated series Doctor Who: The Infinite Quest animated in 2007. He appeared as the Doctor in the video game - Doctor Who: Attack of the Graske in 2005. Sung briefly in Army of Ghosts and The Girl in the Fireplace in 2006, was director of the Confidential episode in 2007 - Do you remember the first time?...and we could go on but we’d be here again till that orange ball of fire explodes in the sky, but as with all our Doctors, we will feature him in another article in the near future.
Carolyn Pickles played Anne Calder in one episode in 2008. To see her roles within Doctor Who, please visit our Broadchurch and Midsomer article.
Jem Wall played a Police Sergeant in one episode in 2010. He played Michael in Doctor Who: The Lodger in 2010.
Stephen Moore played Iain Stewart for one episode in 2002. In Doctor Who: Cold Blood in 2010 he played Eldane. He was uncredited for Eldane in The Destinations of Doctor Who in 2012.
David Westhead played Mark Talbot for one episode in 2004. In Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code in 2007 he played Kempe. In 2009 he appeared as Kempe again for Doctor Who Greatest Moments series.
Sam Beazley played George Woodridge for one episode in 2007.
In 2006 Sam played old Alan Ellis in the Torchwood episode Out of Time. There are some conflicting pieces of information surrounding Sam’s surname, and as far as we can ascertain from the research we uncovered, the two surnames appear to be the same person, especially if the Google images are anything to go by.
John Nettleton played Sam Bradshawe for one episode in 2007. He played Reverend Ernest Matthews in Doctor Who: Ghost Light in parts 1 & 2 in 1989.
Fred Pearson played a fisherman in one episode of Foyle’s War in 2010. In Doctor Who: The Bells of Saint John in 2013 he played Barista.
Maggie Service played Sylvie Johnstone for one episode of Foyle’s War in 2010. In Doctor Who: Deep Breath in 2014 she played Elsie.
Michael Begley played Graham Barnes for one episode in 2015. In Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot in 2011 he played Mulligan. In Doctor Who Confidential episode – Ship Ahoy in the same year, he appeared as himself.
Tom Chadbon played Dr. Julian Groves for one episode in 2002. In Doctor Who: City of
in 1979 Tom played
the voice of the Jagaroth in Episode 1 and Duggan in episodes 1 – 4. He played Merdeen in Trial of a Time Lord in
episodes 1 – 4 in 1986. He appeared as
Duggan for Doctor Who Explained in 2013 – uncredited and in Lalla's Wardrobe: A
Frockumentary he was uncredited as Dugeen, not sure if this was a mock up of
his two characters Merdeen and Duggan in 2009.
He appeared as Duggan in the video documentary A Matter of Time in 2007
and appeared as Merdeen in The Making of the Trial of a Time Lord: Part One -
Mysterious Planet in 2008. Death
Ian Barritt played a Vicar in one episode in 2003. He played Professor Peach in Doctor Who: The Unicorn and the Wasp in 2008 and appeared as Professor Peach in the Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode - The Doctor in 2009.
Eleanor Bron played Elsa Konstantin for one episode in 2010. She played Kara in episode 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: Revelation of the Daleks in 1985 and played an Art Gallery Visitor in part 4 of City of
in 1979. Eleanor appeared in three video documentaries involving her character
Kara in - Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos in 2012, The Dalek
Tapes in 2006 and Revelation Exhumed in 2005.
She appeared as her Art Gallery Visitor in Paris in the Springtime video
in 2005 and Doctor Who: Thirty Years in the TARDIS documentary in 1993 but was
Colin Stinton played Lt Colonel Hoyt Jackson for one episode in 2013. In Doctor Who: The Sound of Drums in 2007, he played the President of the
. He also appeared in The End of Time episode
Part 1 of Doctor Who in 2009 (uncredited). United States
Nicholas Farrell played James Collier for one episode in 2003. He played Prime Minister of Great Britain Brian Green in episodes 1 - 5 of Torchwood: Children of Earth in 2009.
David Baron played an Old Bailey Judge for one episode in 2010. In Doctor Who: The Abominable Snowmen in 1967 he played Ralpachan in episodes 2 – 6.
Mary Healey played Edith Bradley for one episode in 2003. Mary played Killjoy in part 1 of Doctor Who: The Happiness Patrol in 1988.
Sam Troughton Although Sam isn’t from the Whoniverse, he has Who connections – his grandfather Patrick was the 2nd Doctor, plus his Dad is David Troughton who features further up the list.
Rik Makarem played Simon Rothstein in one episode in 2010. He played Rupesh Patanjali in Torchwood: Children of Earth Day One in 2009.
Ashley Horne played a Newsboy in one episode in 2010. He played the Lad in Doctor Who: The Next Doctor in 2008.
Greg Bennett played a Station Constable (uncredited) in two episodes of Foyle’s War between 2008 and 2010. In Doctor Who: Dalek in 2005 he played a Van Statten Guard (uncredited). In The Christmas Invasion in 2005 he played a Sycorax Warrior and UNIT soldier all of which were uncredited roles. In The Lazarus Experiment in 2007 he was an uncredited guest. In the Doctor Who Confidential episode The Born Identity in 2011, he appeared as himself and a Cyberman.
Kevin Hudson played an Orderly (uncredited) in one episode in 2008. From 2005 - 2013 Kevin has played a Cyberman, Ood, UNIT soldier, Surgeon, Delivery Man, Cassandra Escort, Technician and Pigman in 23 episodes of Doctor Who. Impressive!
Chris Wilson played DCS Clark (uncredited) in one episode in 2010. In Torchwood Chris has appeared in three episodes between 2006 – 2011. In S1 - Ghost Machine, S2 Exit Wounds and S4 Miracle Day: Categories of Life - (see our interview with Chris to find out as to what his character roles were and a whole lot more…)
Series Music by
Colin Towns – provided the music for three episodes in 2015. In Doctor Who he provided the Incidental music for Doctor Who Online Adventures - The Lost Souls part 2 in 2013 - credited as Colin Town
Series Cinematography by
Gavin Struthers - three episodes in 2013. He was Director of Photography for Doctor Who: The Power of Three in 2012.
Series Film Editing by
Chris Wimble was film editor for one episode in 2008. He was a film editor for 12 episodes of Doctor Who between 1970 - 1980 with Ambassador's of Death episodes 2,4 & 7, The Daemons episodes 1 -5, The Invasion of Time part 3, 4 and 6 and part 1 of The Leisure Hive.
Mark Davis – one episode in 2013. He was film editor for Doctor Who: The Bells of Saint John in 2013.
Series Production Design by
Roger Cann – four episodes from 2006 – 2007. He was Production Designer for Doctor Who: Nightmare of Eden parts 1 - 4 in 1979
Series Art Direction by
Michael Trevor – four episodes from 2006-2007. He was art designer for 2 episodes of Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord part 13 & 14 in 1986.
Karl Probert. Was stand-by art director for three episodes of Foyle’s War in 2002. He was supervising art director for 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2011 - Night Terrors and The Doctor's Wife. And art director for The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe episode in 2011. He appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential in the episode About a Boy in the same year.
Series Costume Design by
Rosalind Ebbutt - four episodes in 2002. Rosalind was Costume designer for Doctor Who: Black Orchid part 1 & 2 in 1982, and The Greatest Show in the Galaxy part 1 - 4 in 1988/89.
Series Makeup Department
Dorka Nieradzik - makeup designer for six episodes from 2002 – 2003. Was Make up designer/designer for 24 episodes of Doctor Who between 1980 - 1988
Kathryn Newsome - assistant makeup artist for three episodes in 2015. Was assistant make up artist on The Day of the Doctor in 2013 and make up designer/supervisor uncredited on The Night of the Doctor in the same year.
Suzanne Jansen - makeup designer for two episodes in 2007. Was assistant make up artist - uncredited for Doctor Who: The Masque of Mandragora Part one in 1976.
Sue Westwood - makeup artist for one episode in 2002. Was make up artist for Doctor Who: Turn Left in 2008.
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jon Older - first assistant director for three episodes from 2004-2007. Was first assistant director for 5 episodes of Doctor Who between 2005 - 2006. The Empty Child, The Doctor Dances, The Christmas Invasion, New Earth and School Reunion.
Lynsey Muir - third assistant director for one episode in 2004. Was third assistant director for 11 episodes of Doctor Who between 2005-2006 and second assistant director for 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2006. In Captain Jack Harkness she played a woman (uncredited) in Torchwood 2006. She appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential in episodes The Fright Stuff and Cybermen in 2006.
Series Art Department
Steve Wheeler - property master for one episode in 2002. Was property master for SJA episode Invasion of the Bane in 2007.
Lewis Peake - art department assistant for one episode in 2010. Was storyboard artist for Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars in 2009 uncredited, and was art department assistant uncredited in Planet of the Dead in 2009.
Series Special Effects by
Ben Ashmore - special effects supervisor for three episodes in 2015. Was Special Effects Co-ordinator for 36 episodes of Doctor Who from 2006-2008, Was Special effects co-ordinator for 35 episodes of SJA adventures from 2007- 2009, and was special effects co-ordinator for 31 episodes of Torchwood from 2006-2009.
Tony Auger - special effects for two episodes in 2002. Was visual effects designer for two episodes of Black Orchid in 1982. And visual effects assistant uncredited for K-9 and Company: A Girl's Best Friend in 1981.
Series Visual Effects by
Barney Curnow - visual effects supervisor for two episodes from 2013 – 2015. Was on-set visual effects supervisor for 11 episodes of Doctor Who between 2006-2007, was visual effects supervisor for 2 episodes in 2008. Was visual effects supervisor for 12 episodes of Torchwood in 2008, on-set visual effects supervisor for 4 episodes between 2006-2007, on-set visual fx supervisor for 1 episode of Torchwood in 2006, and on-set vis fx supervisor for 1 episode in 2006.
Barney was visual effects supervisor for Doctor Who: Attack of the Graske video game in 2005. He appeared as himself in two episodes of Torchwood Declassified in 2007-2008 - Save the Whale and To the End. He appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential in 2007 for three episodes - The Valiant Quest, Space Craft, Monsters Inc., and Are we There Yet?
In Totally Doctor Who in 2007 he appeared as himself in episode 2.6.
Glenn Marks - stunt coordinator / stunt arranger for 10 episodes from 2003 – 2010. He was stunt co-ordinator for 3 episodes of Doctor Who in 2007.
Bill Davey - stunt performer / stunt coordinator for four episodes from 2004 – 2006. He was stunt co-ordinator for 4 episodes of Doctor Who between 2006-2008. Appeared on Doctor Who Confidential as himself for the episode Myths and Legends in 2006.
Curtis Rivers - stunt coordinator for three episodes in 2015.
Curtis was John Barrowman's stunt double for 9 episodes of Torchwood between 2006 - 2009, four of which were uncredited. Was a stunt performer for 3 episodes of Torchwood from 2006 - 2008. Was stunt double for John Barrowman of which was uncredited for Doctor Who: Utopia in 2007, and was stunt performer for The Sound of Drums in the same year. Appeared in Torchwood Declassified in 2008 as himself in Home and Hart.
Peter Brayham - stunt arranger for one episode in 2007. He was stunt co-ordinator for 3 episodes from 2005 - 2006 - School Reunion, New Earth, The Christmas Invasion
Stephen Walsh - stunt performer for one episode in 2008. He was a stunt performer for Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor in 2013.
Rob Cooper - stunt performer for one episode in 2010. He was a stunt performer for 1 episode of Doctor Who - Dinosaurs on a Spaceship in 2012
Shelly Benison - stunt performer for one episode in 2015. He was a stunt performer for 1 episode of Doctor Who in 2006 - The Age of Steel.
Stephanie Carey - stunt performer for one episode in 2015. He was a stunt performer for 6 episodes of Doctor Who between 2007 - 2013, with one uncredited stunts for The Beast Below in 2010. Appeared on Doctor Who Confidential in 2011 as herself for Ship Ahoy! episode.
Holly Lumsden - stunt performer for one episode in 2015. He was a stunt performer for 1 episode of Doctor Who - Rose - 2005.
Andy Merchant - stunt performer for one episode in 2015. He was a stunt performer for 2 episodes of Doctor Who. In 2011 for The Wedding of River Song and in 2014 for Into the Dalek.
Series Camera and Electrical Department
Simon Walton - clapper loader / focus puller for eleven episodes from 2002 – 2007. He was focus puller for 2 episodes of Doctor Who between 2010 - 2011 - A Christmas Carol and The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe.
Berndt Wiese - focus puller for four episodes in 2003. Was focus puller on 1 episode of Doctor Who in 2013 - The Time of the Doctor
Jon Best - gaffer for one episode in 2002. Was best boy in Doctor Who episode Love & Monsters in 2006.
Series Other crew
Sian Prosser - script supervisor for 15 episodes from 2002 – 2007. Was Continuity for 3 episodes of Doctor Who in 2005 - Rose, Aliens of London and World War Three.
Pamela Joyce - Production Co-ordinator for seven episodes from 2004 – 2008. Pamela was production co-ordinator for 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2005 - The Unquiet Dead and The End of the World.
Jon Baker - armourer for one episode in 2010. He appeared on Doctor Who Confidential as himself - Armourer for Ship Ahoy! in 2011.
Jeremy Silberston for one episode in 2007. Jeremy was Production Manager for 3 episodes of Doctor Who in 1983.
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