Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Connections Eastenders by DJ Forrest




DW & TW Connections

EastEnders - 1985 – present

By DJ Forrest




Over the years, Eastenders has had everything possible thrown at it, in terms of storylines, apart from planes and trains but maybe the odd automobile.  But then this is Walford, and there’s often more than one way to skin a cat, if you get my drift. 
In Emmerdale planes can drop out of the sky to give the set a whole new look, in Corrie, there’s a terrible tram accident which unfortunately doesn’t wipe out enough characters who should no longer be treading the cobbles, and in Hollyoaks, well even a bomb blast can’t kill off the whiney scouse Sinead, that drives us all nuts. 

In Eastenders, life in Walford is somewhat bleaker, although in the early days of the soap, bar the odd kidnapping, the death of old Tom in the first episode, or the theft of a few fruit and veg from Beale’s market stall, the only thing to take us all by surprise was Dirty Den being shot by a bunch of daffodils!!!

New characters have breezed in and out of the Square but nobody could really replace Den and Ange in the Queen Vic, no matter how much they tried, and believe me there have been a good few landlords in the space of 30 years.

Over the years there have been the odd few characters that have shone a torch into the darkness and given us something to smile about.  Back when the show was still fairly new, we were introduced to Colin.  Played by Michael Cashman, Colin was our first gay character on the show.  There was nothing loud, bright or flamboyant about him, he was an ordinary guy who wore plain ordinary clothes and blended into the background, and I loved the pants off him!
For three years he graced our screen and I loved every minute, but as usual, just when you grow attached to something, it’s taken away from you. 
Years later and Christian arrived on the scene played by John Partridge, and ohhh rum tum tigger, I was in love once more.  And as ever, it wasn’t long before that story had ran its course and Christian left.  *sad face*

There have been fantastic storylines, some that have brought a tear to the eye and others much mirth and a warm heart, but then something happened, and the show slipped from popularity, so much so, that I discover the omnibus edition has been cancelled.  Eastenders has lost its sparkle and its going to take a lot to bring it back into how it used to be.  It’s all doom and gloom, and sad to admit it, but perhaps it’s time to call time on a show that’s been around since 1985 unless something exciting can lift the misery of the Square.
Like perhaps a couple of bog monsters and the odd TARDIS to shake things up a bit.  I mean, it’s not as if Doctor Who hasn’t been in Walford before now is it?

And this is what brought me to look up Eastenders as after reading about the Doctor and Ace and Dimensions in Time in 1993, I discovered that a lot more than 20 people from the world of Who had been in the soap.  In fact I’d go as far as to say that after covering 54 pages of research, there were considerably more cast AND crew from the Whoniverse than have been logged on various websites, so as ever, we’ve done the research so you don’t have to.

Now as this article has taken a considerable amount of time to compile, we’ve split it into 3 portions, so part 1 will be this month, part 2 will be in Issue 29 and part 3 will be yes you’ve guessed it, Issue 30. 


Full Cast & Crew

Eastenders directed by

Michael Owen Morris directed 176 episodes from 2003-2014. He also directed The Awakening, and was Production Assistant for Doctor Who: The Pirate Planet. 

Matthew Robinson directed 21 episodes from 1985-1987.  Was Director of 4 episodes of Doctor Who beginning in 1984 with Resurrection of the Daleks part 1 & part 2, and in 1985 with Attack of the Cybermen part 1 & part 2. 

Alice Troughton directed 20 episodes from 2004-2006.  Alice directed 9 episodes of SJA from 2007-2009.  She directed Doctor Who: The Doctor’s Daughter and Midnight in 2008, including the Doctor Who segment of Tonight’s the Night episode #1.6 in 2009, and directed two episodes of Torchwood in 2006 – Out of Time and Small Worlds. 
Alice appeared in two episodes of Torchwood Declassified as herself in – Away with the Fairies and Time Flies, and two episodes of Doctor Who Confidential in 2008  in Look Who’s Talking and Sins of the Fathers.

Jon East directed 16 episodes from 1996-2001 and was producer for 7 episodes from 1999-2000.  He was executive producer on CBBC for Doctor Who: The Infinite Quest in 2007.

Barry Letts directed 13 episodes from 1990 -1992.  He was showrunner for 126 episodes of Doctor Who from 1970 - 1975.  Was the uncredited voice of a Police Radio in Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders: episode 6 in 1974. And uncredited as a ‘Man’ in episode 6 of Doctor Who and the Silurians in 1970.

He directed 29 episodes of Doctor Who for 29 episodes from 1967 - 1975.
Was writer of 17 episodes of Doctor Who from 1972 - 1974 all of which he was uncredited for.  In 1971 used the pseudonym Guy Leopold as the writer of The Daemons: episode 1 - 5.

Listed below are a series of video documentary shorts Barry Letts appeared in as himself.
2012 Happy Birthday to Who
2011 The U.N.I.T Family: Part Two
In 2008 appeared in: Going Underground, Hello Sailor!: Making the Sea Devils, Musical Scales and What Lies Beneath.
In 2007 appeared in, Terror Nation: Terry Nation and Doctor Who, Beginning the End: Making 'The Time Warrior' and Are Friends Electric.
In  2006 Changing Time: Living and Leaving Doctor Who, Can You Hear the Earth Scream, The U.N.I.T Family: Part One and Genesis of a Classic
2005 Terrance Dicks: Fact & Fiction, The Planet of the Doctor, The Story of 'Doctor Who' TV Movie documentary.
2003 Behind the Sofa: Robert Holmes and Doctor Who
2000 This Is Your Life TV Series documentary - Tom Baker
1998 Where on Earth Is... Katy Manning Because She'd Really Like to Know!
1997 Myth Makers: Roger Delgado - A Tribute
1993 Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis TV Movie documentary
2012 The Village That Came to Life
In 2011 appeared as himself for People Power and Puppetry, Remembering Barry Letts and Down to Earth: Filming Spearhead from Space.

The Doctor Who episode The Waters of Mars in 2009 was in memory of Barry Letts. 

Steve Goldie directed 10 episodes from 1988-2005.  He was production manager for Doctor Who: Terminus part 1 - 4 in 1983.  Was assistant floor manager for Doctor Who: The Armageddon Factor, part 6 in 1979 but was uncredited

Chris Clough directed 9 episodes from 1985-1988.  Was director of 18 episodes of Doctor Who from 1986 - 1988.  He was uncredited as the voice of Fifi in The Happiness Patrol parts 1 - 3 and the voice of Comet site PC in Silver Nemesis pt 1 both in 1988. 
Appeared as himself in the video docu short The Making of the Trial of a Time Lord: Part Four - The Ultimate Foe in 2008.

Leonard Lewis directed 9 episodes from 1990-1993.  Was producer for the Eastenders side of Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time TV short in 1993.

Julia Smith directed 8 episodes from 1985-1988.  


Was director for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1966 - 1967

Tony Virgo directed 7 episodes from 1986-1987.  Was director for Doctor Who: The King's Demons part 1 & part 2 in 1983

Graeme Harper directed 7 episodes from 2000-2002.  Graeme was director of 13 episodes of Doctor Who from 2006-2009.  Was director of The Sarah Jane Adventures for 6 episodes from 2007-2008. Was director of Doctor Who: Time Crash a tv short in 2007.  From 1971 - 1981 was production assistant for 11 episodes of Doctor Who, and assistant floor manager for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1971 - 1974.


He played Mind Battle Face, an uncredited role in Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius part 4 in 1976.
Appeared as himself for Doctor Who Confidential from 2006 - 2009 for 11 episodes. 
In video documentary's appeared as himserlf for Being Doctor Who in 2007, Revelation Exhumed in 2005, and The Dalek Tapes in 2006.

Malcolm Taylor directed 6 episodes in 1985.  He played Walters in Doctor Who: The Ice Warriors episodes 1, 5 and 6 in 1967.

Keith Boak directed 6 episodes from 1993-1994.  He was director of Doctor Who: Rose, Aliens of London and World War Three in 2006.
Appeared on Doctor Who Confidential episodes Bringing Back the Doctor and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in 2005

Peter Moffatt directed 5 episodes in 1986.  Was director of 20 episodes of Doctor Who from 1980 - 1985. As an actor was a Tourist at Windsor Castle for Doctor Who: Silver Nemesis part 1 in 1988, and a Man Outside Restaurant in The Two Doctors part 3 in 1985 both uncredited. He appeared as himself for video documentary A New Body at Last - in 2007 and The Vampire Lovers: The Making of 'State of Decay' in 2009.

Appeared as himself in two video shorts in 2012.  Axon Stations! and Mars Probe 7: Making the Ambassadors of Death.
He also lays claim to being the first Dalek ever.  As assistant floor manager he held the plunger that approaches Jacqueline Hill for the first cliffhanger in the first Dalek serial.

Ron Craddock directed 4 episodes in 1986.  Was production assistant for 4 episodes of Doctor Who in 1964. 

Sven Arnstein directed 4 episodes in 2006.  Director for Designing 'Doctor Who' video docu short 2005

Edward Bazalgette directed 4 episodes in 2007.  Is director for two episodes of Doctor Who Series 9 episodes 5 & 6, credited as Ed Bazalgette - 2015.


Henry Foster directed 3 episodes from 1987-1996.  Was production manager for Doctor Who: Four to Doomsday part 1 - 4 in 1982.
Was production assistant for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1979 - 1980.

Darrol Blake directed 3 episodes from 1989-1990.  Was director of Doctor Who: The Stones of Blood part 1 - 4 in 1978. 

Andrew Morgan directed 3 episodes from 1993-1994.   Was director of 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1987 - 1988.  As an actor he played the role of a Tourist at Windsor Castle for Doctor Who: Silver Nemesis part 1 in 1988 but was uncredited.

Michael E. Briant directed 3 episodes in 1995.  Was director of 30 episodes of Doctor Who from 1971 - 1977.  Was production assistant for 12 episodes from 1966 - 1968, and assistant floor manager for 4 episodes in 1965 all of which were uncredited.
As an actor he provided the voice of the Radio DJ in Doctor Who: The Sea Devils, episode 2 in 1972, and Monitor Voice in part one of Revenge of the Cybermen in 1975, both of these were also uncredited.

David Mason directed 3 episodes in 1996.  Was line producer: US for Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon in 2011 and Line producer: New York for The Angels Take Manhattan in 2012. Appeared as himself for Doctor Who Confidential episode Coming to America in 2011.

James Erskine directed 3 episodes in 2002.  Was director for Torchwood: Random Shoes in 2006. Appeared as himself in Torchwood Declassified episode Dead Man Walking in 2006.



Kay Patrick directed 2 episodes in 1986.  Played Poppaea for Doctor Who episodes Conspiracy and Inferno in 1965 and Flower for The Savages episodes 1 & 2 in 1966.

Alan Wareing directed 2 episodes in 1986.  Was director of 10 episodes of Doctor Who from 1988 - 1989. Was production manager for Time Lash part 1 & part 2 in 1985.  Was production assistant for Doctor Who: The Keeper of Traken part 1 - 4 in 1981.  Provided the voice for the Little Girl God in Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy in 1989.  Uncredited.

Romey Allison directed 2 episodes in 1987.  Was production assistant for 8 episodes from 1979 - 1980.  Was assistant floor manager for The Invasion of Time: Part 6 in 1978 but uncredited.

Frank Cox directed 2 episodes in 1988.  Was director of 3 episodes of Doctor Who in 1964.

Michael Kerrigan directed 2 episodes in 1990.  Was director of SJA: Day of the Clown part 1 & 2, and Secrets of the Stars part 1 & 2 in 2008. Was director of Battlefield part 1 - 4 in 1987. 

Stephen Garwood directed 2 episodes in 1998.  Was assistant floor manager for 6 episodes of Doctor Who in 1989.

Jeremy Silberston directed 1 episode, 1988.  


Was production manager for Doctor Who: The King's Demons part 1 & 2 in 1983, and The Five Doctors in the same year.

Michael Ferguson directed 1 episode, 1990.  Was director of 21 episodes of Doctor Who from 1966 - 1971. Was an uncredited assistant floor manager for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 1963 - 1964.
In 2013 was an uncredited Party Guest in An Adventure in Space and Time movie. 

Eastenders Writing Credits  

Bill Lyons wrote 31 episodes from 1985-1988.  Played the Guard on Denes in Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World episode 3 in 1968.

Matthew Graham wrote 21 episodes from 1992-2002.  Wrote Doctor Who episodes - Fear Her in 2006, The Rebel Flesh and The Almost People in 2011. Appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential episode The Fright Stuff in 2006, and as himself and writer in Double Trouble and Take Two in 2011.

Simon Winstone wrote 20 episodes from 2001-2003 and was series story editor / script editor / story editor for 285 episodes from 2001-2004.  Was Script editor for 15 episodes of Doctor Who from 2006 - 2007.  Was script editor for The Sarah Jane Adventures episode Invasion of the Bane in 2007.

Was script editor for Tardisodes for 8 episodes in 2006, Prelude to New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern and Prelude to the Impossible Planet.
Was script editor on Doctor Who video game: Attack of the Graske in 2005. And appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential in 2006 for Myths and Legends.

Keith Temple wrote 16 episodes from 1996-2001.  In 2008, he wrote Doctor Who episode: Planet of the Ood. 

Andrew Collins wrote 10 episodes from 2000-2001.  He appeared on Doctor Who Confidential as himself for 12 episodes from 2005 - 2006.

Michael Begley wrote 10 episodes from 2010-2013.  In 2011 he played Mulligan in the Doctor Who episode The Curse of the Black Spot. He appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential episode Ship Ahoy! in 2011.

Glen McCoy wrote 5 episodes from 1985-2000.  He wrote part 1 & part 2 of Doctor Who: Timelash in 1985. He appeared as himself in the video documentary short The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in 2007.  Glen wrote a novel based upon the episode Timelash. 

Arnold Yarrow wrote 4 episodes from 1992-1993.  Yarrow played Mr. Bloom in Eastenders for 2 episodes from 1988-1989.  Played Bellal in Doctor Who: Death to the Daleks part 2 - 4 in 1974 and the same character for SJA: Death of the Doctor part 2 in 2010. 

Peter J Hammond wrote 1 episode from 1990.  



He wrote Torchwood episodes: Small Worlds in 2006 and From Out of the Rain in 2008, credited as Peter J Hammond.  Appeared as himself on Torchwood Declassified episodes #2.10 in 2008 and Away with the Fairies in 2006.

Catherine Tregenna wrote 1 episode in 2003.  



Wrote Doctor Who episode #9.6 in 2015.  Wrote 4 episodes of Torchwood: Out of Time in 2006, Captain Jack Harkness in 2007, Meat in 2008 and Adam again in 2008.  Appeared as herself in Torchwood Declassified for episodes Time Flies in 2006, Blast from the Past in 2007, Save the Whale and Past Imperfect in 2008.

Eastenders Cast  

Adam Woodyatt played Ian for 2,471 episodes from 1985-2015. 


Appeared in Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time TV short in 1993 as Ian Beale.

Pam St. Clement played Pat for 1,818 episodes from 1986-2012.


Appeared in Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time TV short in 1993 as Pat Butcher

June Brown played Dot for 1,709 episodes from 1985-2015.


Played Eleanor in Doctor Who: The Time Warrior part 1 - 4 in 1973 - 1974.
Appeared as herself at the Doctor Who: The Afterparty, uncredited in 2013. 

Barbara Windsor played Peggy for 1,552 episodes from 1994-2014. 


Appeared as Peggy Mitchell for a short television scene in Doctor Who: Army of Ghosts in 2006, instructing Dirty Den cleared out of her pub - her character was talking to what appeared to be a ghost, but was in fact a Cyberman making his entrance, on the ghost shift!

Wendy Richard played Pauline for 1,536 episodes from 1985-2010. 


Appeared in Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time TV short in 1993 as Pauline Fowler.

Ross Kemp played Grant for 997 episodes from 1990-2006.


He appeared in Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time in 1993 as Grant Mitchell
 
Rudolph Walker played Patrick for 901 episodes from 2001-2015.


Played Harper in episodes 4 and 5 of Doctor Who: The War Games in 1969.  Appeared in War Zone: The End of an Era video docu short in 2009 as Harper.

Lindsey Coulson played Carol for 819 episodes from 1993-2015.  


Played Val Kane in Doctor Who: Midnight in 2008.

Derek Martin played Charlie for 788 episodes from 2000-2013.  Was technical coordinator for 6 episodes from 1986-1988. 


Was an uncredited Extra in Doctor Who: Inferno in 1965, was an uncredited UNIT soldier for Episode 7 of Inferno, an uncredited Parisian in Rue des Fosses St. Germain in Priest of Death in 1966, an uncredited soldier in The Web of Fear in episode 1 and 4 in 1968.  Was an uncredited soldier killed by an Auton in Spearhead from Space: Episode 4 in 1970.  Was an uncredited Thug in Episodes 3 & 4 of The Ambassadors of Death in 1970.  Was an uncredited Prisoner in The Mind of Evil episode 3 & 4 in 1971.  Again a UNIT soldier uncredited in The Claws of Axos Episode 3 & 4 in 1971, and in Image of Fendahl, part 1 and 2 in 1977, played the role of David Mitchell.
During his time in Doctor Who, Derek Martin was also a stuntman during 1960s - 1970s.
Was technical manager for Doctor Who: The Visitation, for 4 episodes in 1982.

Jo Joyner played Tanya for 673 episodes from 2006-2013.  Played Lynda Moss in Doctor Who:  Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways in 2005.


Was uncredited for her role as Lynda Moss for Journey's End in 2008 when the Doctor was reminded of all the Children of Time over the years who had heroically helped the him.
For Doctor Who Confidential episode The Eleventh Doctor in 2009, for The Destinations of Doctor Who documentary in 2012 and for Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited mini series docu in 2013, episode The Ninth Doctor.

Mike Reid played Frank for 585 episodes from 1987-2005.  


Although uncredited for all his roles in Doctor Who from 1965 - 1966 Mike Reid played a Greek soldier in Death of a Spy in 1965, a Guard in Bell of Doom in 1966, a Worker and soldier in The War Machines episode 3  and a soldier in episode 4 in 1966.

Tony Caunter played Roy for 565 episodes from 1994-2003.  


Played Thatcher in Doctor Who: The Crusade episodes The Lion and The Knight of Jaffa in 1965.
Played Morgan in Colony in Space episode 2 - 6 in 1971, played Jackson in part 1 - 3 of Enlightenment - episode 1 he was uncredited for.

Michelle Ryan played Zoe for 532 episodes from 2000-2005.  


Played Christina De Souza in Doctor Who: Planet of the Dead in 2009.  Appeared in Doctor Who Confidential episode Allons-y in 2010 as Christina. Appeared as herself but uncredited in Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty in 2013. 
Was in the episode The Doctor in 2009 of Doctor Who Greatest Moments, a mini series documentary.  Appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential episode Desert Storm in 2009.

Lucy Benjamin played Lisa for 467 episodes from 1998-2010.  


Played the Child Nyssa in Doctor Who: Mawdryn Undead Part 4 uncredited in 1983.

Tamzin Outhwaite played Melanie for 420 episodes from 1998-2002.  


Played Captain in Doctor Who: Nightmare in Silver in 2013.

Michelle Collins played Cindy for 390 episodes from 1988-1998.  


Played Kath McDonnell in Doctor Who: 42 in 2007. "Burn with me."  Appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential episode Space Craft in 2007.

Cheryl Fergison  played  Heather for 385 episodes from 2005-2012.  


Played Mrs Lloyd in Doctor Who: The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances in 2005.
  
Deepak Verma played Sanjay for 358 episodes from 1993-1998.  


Appeared in Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time as Sanjay in 1993.

Gary Beadle played Paul for 328 episodes from 2001-2004.  


Played Paul Langer in SJA: The Mark of the Berserker part 1 & part 2 in 2008.
He also appeared uncredited in the episode The Mad Woman in the Attic part 1 in 2009, and in SJA: Alien Files episode #1.5 in 2010.

Daniela Denby-Ashe played Sarah for 278 episodes from 1995-1999.  


Played Mary an Arcateenian in Torchwood: Greeks Bearing Gifts in 2006. Appeared as herself in Torchwood Declassified episode There's Something about Mary in 2006.

Shobu Kapoor played Gita for 276 episodes from 1993-1998. 


Played the Scared Woman in Doctor Who: Journey's End in 2008.

Tracy Ann Oberman  played Chrissie for 218 episodes from 2004-2005. 
Played Yvonne Hartman in Doctor Who: Army of Ghosts and Doomsday in 2006 - was credited as Tracy-Ann Oberman.  Appeared as herself and Yvonne Hartman for The Timey-Wimey of Doctor Who TV documentary in 2012, and The Women of Doctor Who as herself and Yvonne in the same year.

Appeared as herself and Yvonne in Doctor Who Greatest Moments in 2009 for 3 episodes - The Doctor, The Companions and The Enemies.
Appeared as herself for Doctor Who Confidential episode Welcome to Torchwood in 2006.  Appeared in the video short Cybermen as Yvonne Hartman but was uncredited. 

Louise Jameson played Rosa for 210 episodes from 1998-2000.  Appeared as Leela for 40 episodes of Doctor Who from 1977 - 1978.  Appeared as herself in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot movie in 2013. 


Played Leela for Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time tv short in 1993.

Don Gilet played Lucas for 162 episodes from 2008-2010.  


Played Lance Bennett in Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride in 2006.
 
Neil McDermott played Ryan Malloy for 168 episodes from 2003-2014.  


Played Jed in Doctor Who: The Next Doctor in 2008. 

Mark Monero played Steve for 194 episodes from 1991-1996.  


Played Pedro in Doctor Who: The Time of Angels (uncredited) and Flesh and Stone both in 2010. Appeared in Doctor Who Confidential as himself for the episode Eyes Wide Open also in 2010.

Leslie Schofield played Jeff for 152 episodes from 1997-2000. 


Played Calib in part 1 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Face of Evil  in 1977 and played Leroy in episode 4 of The War Games in 1969.  Appeared as Leroy for War Zone: The End of an Era video docu short in 2009.

Jamie Foreman played Derek Branning for 145 episodes from 1991-2012. 


Played Eddie Connolly in Doctor Who: The Idiot's Lantern in 2006.  "I am talking!"  Appeared in Doctor Who Confidential as himself for the episode The Writer's Tale in 2006. Appeared as Eddie Connolly uncredited in Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited documentary episode The Tenth Doctor.

Nej Adamson played Ali Osman for 133 episodes from 1985-1989. 


Played Juan uncredited in Doctor Who: The Two Doctors part one in 1985.
 
Raji James played Ash for 130 episodes from 2003-2005. 


Played Dr. Rajesh Singh in Doctor Who: Army of Ghosts and Doomsday in 2006.  Appeared as Rajesh Singh in Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Doctor in 2009, in The Timey-Wimey of Doctor Who documentary but uncredited in 2012, and Doctor Who: The Companions documentary again uncredited in 2013.
In 2006 Raji appeared in the TV series documentary Timeshift as Dr. Rajesh Singh in the episode Parallel Worlds: A User's Guide again uncredited.

Jacquetta May played Rachel for 128 episodes from 1991-1993. Wrote Torchwood S1 Episode Random Shoes in 2006 credited as Jaquetta May. 

Ray Brooks played Joe for 116 episodes from 2005-2007. 


Played David in the film version of Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150A.D. released 5th August 1966 UK.  Appeared as David for video docu short Philip Madoc: A Villain for All Seasons in 2007, and Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis tv documentary as David but uncredited in 1993.

Anna Wing played Lou Beale for 114 episodes from 1985-2008.  


Played Anatta in Doctor Who: Kinda part 1 in 1982. Appeared as Anatta in Dream Time: The Making of 'Kinda' video documentary short in 2011

Meryl Fernandes played Afia Masood for 110 episodes from 2009-2012.  Played a Female Student in Doctor Who: The Poison Sky in 2008.

Brian Croucher played Ted for 104 episodes from 1995-1997.  Played Borg in Doctor Who: The Robots of Death part 1 & 2 in 1977.
 
Nicola Duffett played Debbie for 95 episodes from 1993-1995. 


Played Bronwen Jones in Torchwood: Random Shoes in 2006.

Ace Bhatti played Dr. Yusef Khan for 93 episodes from 2010-2011. 


Played Haresh Chandra in The Sarah Jane Adventures for 24 episodes from 2008 - 2011.

Dave Hill played Bert for 93 episodes from 2006-2007.  


Played Nessican in Doctor Who: Death Comes to Time episode Planet of Blood in 2002 - providing the voice of Nessican.

Ian Reddington played Richard for 88 episodes from 1992-1994.  


Played Chief Clown in Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy part 1 - 4 from 1988 - 1989.

Cathy Murphy played Julie Perkins for 66 episodes from 1991-2011.  


Plays Mum in Doctor Who: The Christmas Invasion in 2005.
 
Elizabeth Power played Christine Hewitt for 71 episodes from 1992-1993.  


Appeared uncredited in Doctor Who: Doctor Who and the Silurians episode 6 in 1970.

Michael Melia played Eddie Royle for 84 episodes from 1990-1991.  


Played Terileptil in Doctor Who: The Visitation parts 2 - 4 in 1982.  Appeared uncredited as Terileptil for Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis tv docu in 1993, credited as Terileptil in Writing a Final Visitation video docu short in 2004, In Heroes Unmasked appeared uncredited as Terileptil in the epi The Story so far in 2007, and Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos video docu in 2012 but uncredited as his character. 
 
Davood Ghadami played Kush Kazemi for 67 episodes of Eastenders.  


Played Jim in Doctor Who: Let's Kill Hitler in 2011.
 
Zahra Ahmadi played Shabnam for 63 episodes from 2007-2008.  


Played Missy in Doctor Who: Nightmare in Silver in 2013.

Annette Badland played Babe Smith for 45 episodes in 2014.  


Played Margaret Blaine, in Doctor Who: Aliens of London, World War Three and Boom Town in 2005. Appeared in Doctor Who Greatest Moments as herself in the episode The Enemies in 2009.  As herself in Doctor Who Confidential in 2005 in the episode Why on Earth? and in the video documentary in 2006 as Margaret Blaine, uncredited, in Over the Edge: The Story of the Edge of Destruction.     
 
Nina Toussaint-White played Syd for 41 episodes in 2009.  


Played Mels in Doctor Who: Let's Kill Hitler in 2011 and we all know who she became don't we???  Appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential in the episode River Runs Wild in 2011.
Was uncredited as Mels in the TV movie docu in 2012 The Science of Doctor Who

Ron Tarr played Big Ron for 61 episodes from 1985-1997.  


Big Ron has appeared in Doctor Who twice over the years.  From Dimensions in Time in 1993 playing Big Ron, but his scenes were deleted (was a Cyberman involved???), and played a Prisoner in episode 3 and 4 or Destiny of the Daleks, both times uncredited in 1979.

Edna Doré played Mo for 49 episodes from 1988-1990.  


Played Maeve in Doctor Who: Fear Her in 2006, credited as Edna Dore.  
 
Lee Ross played Owen for 48 episodes from 2006-2009.  


Played the Boatswain in Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot in 2011.  Appeared as himself for Doctor Who Confidential episode Ship Ahoy! in 2011. 

Stephen Churchett played Marcus Christie for 58 episodes from 1990-2014. 


Played Bill in Doctor Who: Attack of the Cybermen part 1 in 1985
Appeared as Bill in The Cold War, a video docu short in 2009.

Michael Keating played Reverend Stevens for 45 episodes from 2005-2013.   


Played Goudry in Doctor Who: The Sun Makers part 1-4 in 1977.  Appeared as himself and Goudry for video documentary Running from the Taxman in 2011.

Michael Cashman played Colin for 31 episodes from 1986-1989.  


Played First Officer Bilton in Doctor Who: Time Flight part 1 - 4 in 1982.  
   
Tom Ellis played Dr. Oliver for 29 episodes in 2006.  


Played Thomas Milligan in Doctor Who: Last of the Time Lords in 2007. Appeared uncredited as Thomas Milligan in Doctor Who: The Companions in 2013,

Ellen Thomas played Grace Olubunmi for 21 episodes from 2010-2011. 


Played a Clockwork Woman in Doctor Who: The Girl in the Fireplace in 2006 and Carmen in Planet of the Dead in 2009.  Appeared as Carmen in Doctor Who Confidential episode Is there Life on Mars? in 2009.

George Layton played Norman Simmonds for 24 episodes from 2011-2012. 


Played Technician Penn in Doctor Who: The Space Pirates episode 1 - 6 in 1969.

Lynda Baron played Linda for 26 episodes from 2006-2009.  


Played Val in Doctor Who: Closing Time in 2011.
Was the singer: ballad music for Doctor Who: The Gunfighter episodes - A Holiday for the Doctor, Don't Shoot the Pianist, Johnny Ringo and The O.K. Corral in 1966.

Pooky Quesnel played Rachel for 19 episodes from 2007-2010. 


Played the Captain in Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol in 2010.

Roger Griffiths played D.I. Riddick for 18 episodes from 2004-2005.  


Played Commander Kess in Doctor Who: Planet of the Ood in 2008. 

Edmund Kente played George for 14 episodes in 1990.  


Played Mr Scoones in Doctor Who: The Next Doctor in 2008.

Petra Markham played Rose Chapman for 13 episodes in 1993.  


Played Safiya in Doctor Who: The Wheel of Fortune in 1965.

Huw Higginson played Mr. Davis for 12 episodes in 2001.  


Played Mr Cunningham in SJA: The Mark of the Berserker part 1 in 2008 and Day of the Clown part 1 also in 2008. 

Sharon Duncan-Brewster played Trina for 15 episodes in 2009.  


Played Maggie Cain in Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars in 2009, credited without the hyphen. Appeared in Doctor Who Confidential as herself in the episode Is There Life on Mars? in 2009.

Rory Jennings played Craig for 15 episodes in 2007.  


Played Tommy Connolly in Doctor Who: The Idiot's Lantern in 2006

Chook Sibtain played Jack for 15 episodes from 2000-2001.  


Played Tarak Ital in Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars in 2009.

Hywel Bennett played Jack Dalton for 11 episodes in 2003. 


Played Rynian in Doctor Who: The Death of Time in 1965.

Cyril Nri played D.C. Burton for 11 episodes, 2001-2002.  


Played the Shopkeeper in SJA: Lost in Time Part 1 & part 2 in 2010.

Pamela Salem played Joanne Francis for 11 episodes from 1988-1989.  


Played Xoanon (voice) for Doctor Who: The Face of Evil in 1977.  Played Toos in Parts 1 - 4 of The Robots of Death also in 1977, and played Rachel in Parts 1 - 4 of Remembrance of the Daleks in 1988.

Elizabeth Rider played Nurse Green for 10 episodes from 2004-2008.  


Was the Atmos voice in The Sontaran Stratagem credited as Elizabeth Ryder in 2008, played Linda in The Time of the Doctor in 2013.

Daisy Beaumont played Selina for 9 episodes from 2000-2008.  
Played Maisie in Doctor Who: Mummy on the Orient Express in 2014. Daisy appeared as herself in Doctor Who Extra episode: Mummy on the Orient Express 2014.

Victoria Alcock played Lorraine Stevens for 9 episodes from 1991-2012.  


Played Angela in Doctor Who: Planet of the Dead in 2009.

Martin Jarvis played Harvey for 8 episodes in 2010.  In 2011 played Fitzroy in the Torchwood The Lost Files audio drama: The Devil and Miss Carew.


Played Hilio in Doctor Who episodes The Centre, Invasion and Crater of Needles of The Web Planet in 1965, The Butler/Voice in Reminder Room for part 2 - 6 of Invasion of the Dinosaurs in 1974, and played the Governor part 1 & 2 Vengeance on Varos in 1985.  Appeared as governor uncredited in Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited episode The Sixth Doctor in 2013.
Appeared uncredited again as the governor for Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos video docu in 2012.  Appeared in the video docu as the Butler for People Power and Puppetry in 2011 and Trials and Tribulations video doc in 2008 as The Governor.

Judy Cornwell played Queenie for 8 episodes from 2007-2008.  


Played Maddy in Doctor Who: Paradise Towers part 2-4 in 1987.

Melvyn Hayes  played Michael Rawlins for 8 episodes in 2005.  


Played voice of Wilkin in Doctor Who: Shada in episode 1 - 3 and 6 in 2003.

Bonnie Langford played Carmel Kazemi for 8 episodes in June 2015.  


Played Melanie Bush for Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time tv short in 1993.  Played Melanie in Doctor Who for 20 episodes from 1986 - 1987.  Appeared as Melanie Bush for Doctor Who Confidential episode The Eleventh Doctor in 2009 uncredited.
Appeared uncredited again as Mel for the video docu - The Making of the Trial of a Time Lord: Part Four - The Ultimate Foe in 2008.
For Trials and Tribulations as Mel in video docu in 2008, Back to School video docu short in 2007, Little Girl Lost video short as Melanie Bush again in 2007.  Appeared as Mel for a video docu 'Doctor Who': The Colin Baker Years in 1994 and TV movie documentary  Resistance is Useless in 1992 as Mel.
In 2013 appeared in 3 tv movie and mini series docu as herself - Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty, Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor and Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited episodes The Sixth Doctor and The Seventh Doctor.

Ronny Jhutti played Sohail for 8 episodes from 1988-1990.  


Played Danny Bartok in Doctor Who two parter The Impossible Planet and The Satan Pit in 2006.  Appeared as himself in Totally Doctor Who mini series documentary episode #1.10 in 2006. 
Appeared uncredited as Danny Bartok in The Destinations of Doctor Who TV movie documentary in 2012.

Stephen North played D.S. Bernard for 7 episodes from 2003-2006.  


Played Old Benjamin in Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol in 2010 - credited as Steve North.

Sonny Muslim played Jase for 7 episodes in 2004. 


Played Lance in SJA: Warriors of Kudlak part 1 & part 2 in 2007.

Jem Wall played PC Henderson for 7 episodes from 2007-2010.   


Played Michael in Doctor Who episode The Lodger in 2010.

Natasha Williams played Nurse Kennedy  for 6 episodes from 2004-2011.  
Played Pharmacist #2 in Doctor Who: Gridlock in 2007.

Heather Craney played Cheryl Matthews for 6 episodes in 2011.  



Played Emily Holroyd in Torchwood: Fragments in 2008.

John Gillett played Councillor Dixon for 6 episodes in 1997.  Played Gravis in Doctor Who part 2-4 of Frontios in 1984.

Joseph Long played Mr. Hendry for 6 episodes from 2003-2004.  


Played Rocco Colasanto in Doctor Who: Turn Left in 2008.

Angela Bruce played D.S. Langford for 6 episodes in 2000.  


Played Brigadier Winifred Bambera in Doctor Who: Battlefield part 1 - 4 in 1989.

John Hallam played Barnsey for 6 episodes from 1988-1990.  


Played Light in Doctor Who: Ghost Light part 3 in 1989.

Zienia Merton played Receptionist for 6 episodes from 1998-2003.  


Played Ping-Cho in Doctor Who: Marco Polo episodes 1 - 7 in 1964.  In 2010, Zienia appeared in SJA: Death of the Doctor part 1 as the registrar.

Gawn Grainger played Stan for 6 episodes in 1993.  


Played George Stephenson in Doctor Who: The Mark of the Rani part 2 in 1985.  Appeared as George Stephenson uncredited for the video Lords and Luddites: Making 'The Mark of the Rani' in 2006.

Michael Jayston played  Alistair for 4 episodes in 2002.  Played The Valeyard in Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord for all 14 episodes in 1986.  


Appeared as himself and The Valeyard for two video docu shorts regarding his role - The Making of the Trial of a Time Lord: Part One - Mysterious Planet and Part Four - The Ultimate Foe, both in 2008. 
Appeared in Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited tv mini series doc as The Valeyard in episode The Sixth Doctor in 2013.
Appeared as The Valeyard in The Last Chance Saloon video docu in 2010.  Trials and Tribulations video docu as The Valeyard in 2008, Rogue Time Lords uncredited as The Valeyard in 2007, 'Doctor Who': The Colin Baker Years as The Valeyard in 1994

Rula Lenska played Krystal for 4 episodes in 2002.  


Played Styles in Doctor Who: Resurrection of the Daleks part 1 & 2 in 1984.

Michael Obiora played Ellis for 4 episodes in 2009.  


Played the unfortunate Billy Shipton in Doctor Who: Blink in 2007. 

Michael Bertenshaw played Gordon for 5 episodes from 2000-2008.  Played Mr Cole in Doctor Who: The Next Doctor in 2008.

Mark Springer played Bryan Nolan for 5 episodes in 2006.  Played Christian in Doctor Who: The Time of Angels in 2010.

Carl McCrystal played P.C. Brice for 5 episodes from 2002-2012.  


Played McGrath in Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot in 2011.

Tim Faraday played Bob for 5 episodes from 2000-2013.  


Played Tom's Dad in Doctor Who: Fear Her in 2006.
 
Geraldine Alexander played Vivien for 5 episodes in 2009. Played Areta in Doctor Who: Vengeance on Varos part 1 & part 2 in 1985. 

Richard Hope played Ted for 5 episodes in 2008.  


Played Malohkeh uncredited in Doctor Who: The Hungry Earth in 2010 but was credited in the second episode Cold Blood.  Played Dr Malokeh in The Wedding of River Song in 2011 and Bleytal in Dinosaurs on a Spaceship in 2012.

Richard Beale played Jackie Stone for 5 episodes from 1990-1991. 
Played the voice of Refusian in Doctor Who episodes The Bomb and The Return in 1966, played Bat Masterson in The Gunfighter episodes - A Holiday for the Doctor, Don't Shoot the Pianist, Johnny Ringo and The O.K. Corral also 1966.  Played the voice of the Broadcaster/Propaganda Seller voice in The Macra Terror epi 1 - 3 in 1967 and played Minister of Ecology for The Green Death episode 3 in 1973. 

Ben Smith played Tegs  for 4 episodes in 2008.  


Played Luke in Doctor Who: School Reunion in 2006 credited as Benjamin Smith.

Ashley Horne played Ziggy for 4 episodes in 2008.  


Played the Lad in Doctor Who: The Next Doctor in 2008.

Liz May Brice played Tara for 4 episodes in 2013. 


Played Johnson in Torchwood: Children of Earth Day 1 - 5 in 2009.

Daniel Anthony played JJ for 4 episodes in 2004.  


Played Clyde in The Sarah Jane Adventures from 2007 - 2011.  Appeared as Clyde Langer for SJA: Alien Files episode #1.5 in 2010.

Lucy Robinson played Harriet for 4 episodes in 2008.  Played Fran Clovis in Doctor Who: New Earth in 2006. 

Mary Tamm played Orlenda for 4 episodes in 2009.  From 1978 - 1979 played Romana, Princess Strella and Android Romana in Doctor Who for 26 episodes.
Sylvia Syms  played Olive for 4 episodes from 2007-2010. Played Mrs Pritchard in Doctor Who: Ghost Light Part 1 - 3 in 1989.  


Appeared as herself and Romana for a series of video documentaries -
Tomorrow's Times: The First Doctor in 2011,
A Matter of Time in 2007
Defining Shadows 2007
Getting Blood from the Stones 2007
Parrot Fashion 2007
Stones Free 2007
The Humans of Tara 2007
There's Something about Mary 2007
The Ribos File 2007
'Doctor Who' Who's Who 1986
Uncredited as Romana for Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty in 2013
Uncredited as Romana in Doctor Who Confidential - The Eleventh Doctor in 2009
The Cold War video docu 2009
The Ties that Bind Us 2008
Directing 'Who': Michael Hayes 2007
Philip Madoc: A Villain for all Seasons 2007 as Romana
Weird Science video short as Romana 1 2007
A New Body at Last video docu as herself in 2007
The Story of Doctor Who as Romana in 2003
Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis 1993 as Romana but uncredited
'Doctor Who': The Tom Baker Years tv docu 1993
Resistance is Useless tv movie docu in 1992
Was uncredited as Romana for two Doctor Who episodes - Resurrection of the Daleks: part 2 in 1984
Logopolis part 4 in 1981
and appeared as Romana in Blue Peter CBBC show in 1980, episode #1.1613.
Appeared in video documentary short as Mrs Pritchard in 2004 - Light in Dark Places.

Doña Croll played Joy Lucas for 4 episodes in 2006.  


Played Matron Casp in Doctor Who: New Earth in 2006.

Daniel Mays played Kevin for 4 episodes in 2000.  


Played Alex in Doctor Who: Night Terrors in 2011.

Babatunde Aleshe played Sam for 4 episodes in 2011.  


Played Sean in Doctor Who: The Lodger in 2010.

Sanchia McCormack played D.C. Booth for 4 episodes from 2000-2013.  


Played the Housing Officer in Doctor Who: Turn Left in 2008.

Kate Fleetwood played Karen for 4 episodes in 2001.  


Played Ship (voice) in SJA: The Mad Woman in the Attic part 1 & part 2 in 2009.  Her character was uncredited in SJA: Alien Files in the episode #1.2 in 2010.

Rakie Ayola played Ms. French for 4 episodes in 2001.  


Played the Hostess in Doctor Who: Midnight in 2008. Appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential episode Look Who's Talking in 2008. And was uncredited in Doctor Who: Journey's End in 2008 as the Hostess in Midnight

Jaye Griffiths played Helen Stritch QC/Helen Stritch for 4 episodes in 2015.


Appears in S9 Doctor Who for The Magician's Apprentice, The Witch's Familiar, Episode #9/7 and #9.8 as yet untitled in 2015.

Eugene Washington played Clerk of the Court in 4 episodes in May in 2015.


Played Mr Wagner in Doctor Who: School Reunion in 2006.

William Gaunt played Judge St. John Redmond in 4 episodes in May 2014. 


He played Orcini for part 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: Revelation of the Daleks in 1985.

Jeremy Gittins played John Charrington for 4 episodes in 2000.  Played Lazlo in Doctor Who: Warriors' Gate part 2 - 4 in 1981.
 
Naomi Ryan played P.C. Myra Sim for 4 episodes from 2007-2009.  Played Cassandra in Doctor Who: Asylum of the Daleks in 2012. 
 
Lloyd McGuire played Dom for 4 episodes from 1990-2004.  Played Lugo in Doctor Who: The Face of Evil part one in 1977. 
 
Roy Holder played Taxi Driver for 4 episodes from 2000-2004.  Played Krelper in Doctor Who: The Caves of Androzani part 1 - 4 in 1984.

Jeremy Young played Officer Stone for 4 episodes from 1988-1989.  


Played Kal in Doctor Who: An Unearthly Child in episodes - The Cave of Skulls, The Forest of Fear and The Firemaker in 1963, and played Gordon Lowery in Mission to the Unknown in 1965.

Colin McCormack  played Kevin for 4 episodes in 1991.  


Played Commander in Doctor Who: The Sun Makers part 3 & 4 in 1977.

Karl Collins played Craven for 4 episodes in 1992.  Played Shaun Temple in Doctor Who: The End of Time Part 1 in 2009 and Part 2 in 2010.  Appeared in Doctor Who Confidential as Shaun Temple in the episode Allons-y! in 2010.

Donald Douglas played Hugh Aitken for 3 episodes in 1995.  Played Vural in Doctor Who: The Sontaran Experiment part 1 & 2 in 1975.

Sheila Hancock played Barbara for 3 episodes from 2000-2001.  Played Helen A. in Doctor Who: The Happiness Patrol part 1 - 3 in 1988.

Christopher Driscoll played Clive for 3 episodes in 2003.  


Played a Security Guard in Doctor Who: The Idiot's Lantern in 2006.

Aleksandar Mikic played Jozef for 3 episodes, 2013. 


Played Yuri Kerenski in Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars in 2009.
 
Leonard Maguire played Uncle for 3 episodes from 1986-1988.  Played Draith in Doctor Who: Full Circle part One in 1980.

Eloise Barnes played Hannah for 3 episodes in 2009.  Played Annabel in Doctor Who: In the Forest of the Night in 2014.

Sara Stewart played QC for 3 episodes in 2014.  


Was the voice of Computer in Doctor Who: The End of the World in 2005.

Tristan Beint played David Dessler for 3 episodes in 2013.  


Played Tom in Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor in 2013.

Lorna Gayle played Colette in 2 episodes of Eastenders from 24th May - 27th May 2005 and 10th April 2015 played Irene Daniels.  


Played Helen in Torchwood: Adrift 2008.
 
Stephen Marcus played Gordon Cook in 2 episodes of Eastenders in 2015.  Played the Jailer in Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code in 2007.

Eva Alexander played Jenny for 3 episodes in 2007.  Played a Nurse in Doctor Who: Let's Kill Hitler in 2011.
 
Yasmin Wilde played Grace for 3 episodes from 2004-2007.  Played the Senior Nurse in Torchwood: From Out of the Rain in 2008.

David Annen played Reverend Daniel Peters for 3 episodes from 2010-2013.  Played Peter Brachacki in An Adventure in Space and Time tv movie in 2013.
 
Sheila Ruskin played Judge for 3 episodes in 2001.  Played Kassia in Doctor Who: The Keeper of Traken part 1 - 4 in 1981.  Appeared as Kassia in The Return of the Master video docu short in 2007. 
Appeared in Being Nice to Each Other: Making 'The Keeper of Traken' video docu short as herself in 2007.

Louis Decosta Johnson played D.C. Godley for 3 episodes from 2003-2007.  Played Farrington in Torchwood: A Day in the Death in 2008.

Moray Treadwell played Tom for 3 episodes in 1996.  Played the voice of the Captain in Doctor Who: Death Comes to Time mini series in 2001, episode At the Temple of the Fourth.
 
Peter Hamilton Dyer played James Stockbridge for 3 episodes in 2000.  Played Embery in Doctor Who: Remembrance of the Daleks part one in 1988. 

Valerie Murray played Alice for 3 episodes in 1995.  



Played the Registrar in Torchwood: Something Borrowed in 2008.

Ray Trickitt played Officer Crane for 3 episodes in 1988.  Played an Ancient Haemovore in Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric part 4 in 1989. Was credited as Raymond Trickitt.
   
Peter Brooks played Malcolm for 3 episodes in 1993-2002.  Played Saxon in Doctor Who: The Meddling Monk in 1965 but uncredited.

Harry Fielder played Cafe Customer for 3 episodes from 1985-1995.  



Played Krarg Commander and Krarg 3 uncredited in Doctor Who: Shada video in 1992.  Played mostly uncredited characters aside from 2 guard appearances.

Tony Bluto played Mitch for 3 episodes in 1993.  Played Driver Joe in Doctor Who: Midnight in 2008.

William Marlowe played Mr. Y for 3 episodes in 1991. Played Lester in Doctor Who: Earthshock part 2 in 1982, but was uncredited.  

Adele Silva played Beth for 3 episodes in 1991.  



Played Squeak in Doctor Who: Survival part 3 in 1989.

Maurice Roëves played Geoff for 2 episodes in 2003. Played Stotz in Doctor Who: The Caves of Androzani parts 1-4 in 1984.

Patricia Maynard played Edwina for 2 episodes in 2001.  Played Miss Winters in Doctor Who: Robot for parts 1 - 4 in 1975.

Bernard Holley played Simon for 2 episodes in 2002.  



Played Peter Haydon in Doctor Who: The Tomb of the Cybermen episode 1 & 2 in 1967 and Axon Man in The Claws of Axos epi 1 - 4 in 1971.  Appeared as himself for Who's Round, a tv series by Toby Hadoke for the episode - Bernard Holley in 2014.
In The Doctor Who Podcast tv series in 2011 - The Thomas Brewster Trilogy Special and Love and War Special in 2013 as himself. 
Axon Stations! video short as himself in 2012.
The Lost Giants video docu short in 2012. 
In July 2013, Forbidden Planet released an action figure of his Axon character using his likeness.
 
Graeme Eton played Alan for 2 episodes in 2004.  Played Preba in Doctor Who: The Monster of Peladon part 1, 2 & 4 in 1974.

Anita Graham played Lesley for 2 episodes in 1996.  



Played Bollitt in Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen parts 1 & 2 in 1987. 
 
Juliet Cowan played Nina Hewland for 2 episodes in 2012.  



Played Chrissie Jackson in 11 episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures from 2007 - 2008.

James Buller played Steve for 2 episodes in 1996. 



Played Dad in Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor in 2013.

Daniel Llewelyn-Williams played Matt for 2 episodes in 2007.  



Played Alex Arwyn in Torchwood: They Keep Killing Suzie in 2006.

Adjoa Andoh played Karen for 2 episodes in 1991. 



Played Sister Jatt in Doctor Who: New Earth in 2006 but is better known to us as Francine Jones, Martha's Mum from 2007 - 2008.  Appeared in Doctor Who Greatest Moments as herself for the episode The Companions in 2009.
Appeared as herself for Doctor Who Confidential  for the episodes Meet Martha Jones, Monsters Inc., The Saxon Mystery and The Valiant Quest all in 2007.
Appeared in Totally Doctor Who series as herself for episode #2.6 in 2007.

Andrew Sachs played Cyril Bishop in 2 episodes of Eastenders in March 2015.



He was the voice of Skagra in 6 episodes of Doctor Who: Shada mini series in 2003.

Victoria Wicks played Sandra Halliday  for 2 episodes in 2011.  



Played the High Priestess in Doctor Who: The Fires of Pompeii in 2008.  Was uncredited for her role in the episode The End of Time part one in 2009.

Christine Furness played the Flower Seller for 2 episodes in 2002.  Played the Cashier in The Sarah Jane Adventures episodes Warriors of Kudlak parts 1 & 2 in 2007.

Neil Daglish played Dr. Prescott for 2 episodes in 2006.  



Played Damon in Doctor Who: Arc of Infinity parts 1 - 4 in 1983.

William Ilkley  played Mark for 2 episodes in 2003.  Played Tim Bass in Doctor Who: The Mark of the Rani parts 1 & 2 in 1985.  Appeared uncredited as Tim Bass for Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos video docu in 2012, and Lords and Luddites: Making 'The Mark of the Rani' video in 2006.

David Warwick played Mike Sommers for 2 episodes in 2012.  



Played the Police Commissioner in Doctor Who: Army of Ghosts in 2006.  Played Kimus in Doctor Who: The Pirate Planet parts 1 - 4 in 1978.  Appeared as Kimus in two video shorts in 2007 - Weird Science and Parrot Fashion.  Appeared on The Culture Show in 2013 as Kimus in the episode Me, You and Doctor Who but was uncredited.

Maurice Lee played Artie Stiller in 2 episodes of Eastenders in September 2011.  Was a stunt performer for 5 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2008.  The Christmas Invasion in 2005.  New Earth, Tooth and Claw and School Reunion in 2006, and The Next Doctor in 2008.

Sydney Arnold played Mr. Pavasars for 2 episodes in 1986.  Played Cedric Perkins in Doctor Who: The Highlanders episodes 1 - 4 in 1966/67

Harry Towb played David for 2 episodes in 2008.  



Played Osgood in Doctor Who: The Seeds of Death episode 1 in 1969 and McDermott in Terror of the Autons in episodes 1 & 2 in 1971.  Appeared as McDermott both times uncredited in Hello Sailor!: Making the Sea Devils video docu short in 2008 and Rogue Time Lords video docu short in 2007.

Liza Sadovy played Nurse for 2 episodes in 2013.  Played Miss Trupp in The Sarah Jane Adventures episodes Mona Lisa's Revenge parts 1 & 2 in 2009.

Tom Keller played Charge Sergeant for 2 episodes from 2003-2010.  Played Atkins in Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor in 2013.

Gareth Hunt played Richie Stringer for 2 episodes in 2001. 



Played Arak in Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders part 3 - 6 in 1974.

Aicha Kossoko played Dr. Cameron for 2 episodes in 2010.  Brian Hibbard played  Henry Mason for 2 episodes, 2011.  



Played Keillor in Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen part 1 & 2 in 1987.

Dominic Kemp played Mr. Harris for 2 episodes from 2002-2012.  



Played Kahler-Mas in Doctor Who: A Town Called Mercy in 2012.

Martha Cope played Melissa Phillips for 2 episodes of Eastenders between 2014/15.  



Played the Controller in Doctor Who: Bad Wolf in 2005.  Appeared as The Controller in Doctor Who: Journey's End in 2008, uncredited.

Joanna Bending played Dr. Alex Burnham and Doctor in 2 episodes of Eastenders in 2013/15.  


Played Linda in SJA: Secrets of the Stars part 2 in 2008.

Quill Roberts played Robert for 2 episodes in 2003.  


Played a Guard in Torchwood: Children of Earth Day Two in 2009.
 
Dione Inman played Registrar for 2 episodes in 2007.  Played Elena in Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma part 1 in 1984.

Thomas Nelstrop played Best Man for 2 episodes in 2004.  Played Ben Wainwright in Doctor Who: Blink in 2007.

Tony Way played Nick for 2 episodes in 2004. Played Alf in Doctor Who: Deep Breath in 2014

Maxine Evans played Beryl Barr for 2 episodes from 2012-2014.  


Played Helen Sherman in Torchwood: Countrycide in 2006. 

François Pandolfo played Enrico for 2 episodes in 1999.  


Played Quintus in Doctor Who: The Fires of Pompeii in 2008.
 
Phil Nice played Mr. Smith for 2 episodes from 2000-2005.  


Played Henry in Doctor Who: Kill the Moon in 2014.  Also played a 'hill walker' in first episode of Miracle Day in 2011. 

Glen Wilson played Taxi Driver for 2 episodes from 2004-2009.  Played a Taxi Driver in Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride in 2006

Robert Curtis played Aaron for 2 episodes in 2012.  


Played the Security Man in SJA: Prisoner of the Judoon parts 1 & 2 in 2009.

James Pearse played Lenny for 2 episodes in 2003.  Played Graham in Doctor Who: Death in Heaven in 2014.
  
Simon Shackleton played Dr. Clements for 2 episodes from 2003-2011.  


Played Bob in Torchwood: Fragments in 2008.

Karren Winchester played Wendy Simmons in Eastenders for 2 episodes from 2008-2015.  Played Fitch in Doctor Who: Bad Wolf in 2005.

Rachel Bell played Kitty for 2 episodes in 2006.  Played Priscilla P. in Doctor Who: The Happiness Patrol part 1 - 3 in 1988.

Nicholas Beveney played Pastor for 2 episodes in 2009.  Played the Dad in Doctor Who: Attack of the Graske video game in 2005.

Sean Blowers played Mr. Turner for 2 episodes in 2014.  Played Zed in Doctor Who: Dragonfire part 1, in 1987.

David Walliams played Ray for 2 episodes in 2003.  


Played Gibbis in Doctor Who: The God Complex in 2011.

Jason Watkins played Gerry for 2 episodes from 1987-1988.  Played Webley in Doctor Who: Nightmare in Silver in 2013.

Cheryl Hall played Christine for 2 episodes in 1988.  


Played Shirna in Doctor Who: Carnival of Monsters episode 1 - 4 in 1973.  Played Shirna in SJA: Death of the Doctor part 2 in 2010.

Sally Faulkner played Ingrid for 2 episodes from 1985-1986.  Played Isobel Watkins in Doctor Who: The Invasion episodes 1 - 8 but not episode 3. in 1968.

Gareth Potter played Harry Reynolds for 2 episodes in 1986.  


Played Shaun Jones in Torchwood: Random Shoes in 2006. Performed the song 'Oh Danny Boy' for Random Shoes but was uncredited.

Peter Purves played TV Presenter for 2 episodes in 1987.   Aside from playing Steven Taylor for 45 episodes of Doctor Who from 1965 - 1966, Peter played the role of Morton Dill in Doctor Who: The Chase episode Flight Through Eternity, before playing Steven Taylor in the last episode of The Chase - The Planet of Decision also in 1965.

He was uncredited both times for performing 'The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon', for the episodes Don't Shoot the Pianist and A Holiday for the Doctor for the story The Gunfighters in 1966.

He appeared in the Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty in 2013, including William Hartnell: The Original.  As himself for the episode The First Doctor in Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited in 2013, Tomorrow's Times: The Third Doctor as presenter and as himself in 2012 video doc, Doctor Who in the U.S. tv docu in 2012 as himself.
In The End of the Line? video docu short in 2011 as himself and Steven Taylor.
As himself in The Story of 'Doctor Who' tv docu in 2003.
Appeared as himself, Steven Taylor and Morton Dill in Doctor Who in America tv docu in 1983
Uncredited as himself for Lords and Luddites: Making 'The Mark of the Rani' video 2006.
The U.N.I.T. Family: part one as Steven Taylor video docu short in same year including The Dalek Tapes as himself and Steven.
Have I Got News For You as Steven Taylor in 2005, uncredited.
Doctor Who: The Missing Years video docu in 1998 as Steven.
As himself for Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis tv documentary in 1993, uncredited again.
As himself  for the episode Peter Purves in 1993 of TV Heroes.
'Doctor Who': Daleks - The Early Years video docu in 1993.
'Doctor Who': The Hartnell Years video docu in 1991 as Steven Taylor for the Celestial Toymaker segment.
In Blue Peter as Steven Taylor for the episode #1.1613 in 1980.
And finally, The Lively Arts tv series docu as Steven Taylor for Whose Dr Who in 1977 but was uncredited.

End of Part 1 – To be continued next month.




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