Thursday, 1 October 2015

Connections Grange Hill by DJ Forrest



Connections

Grange Hill

Part One

By DJ Forrest

Grange Hill from 1978 – 2008

Grange Hill was everything you remembered about secondary school, only better.  There were the usual dimwits, the brain bots, the scoundrels and the kids you wished you could have been at school, namely Tucker Jenkins, who despite everything, was always in trouble till the day he left school.
As with us all, we have our favourites, and not all of them pupils.  Over the years, there have been memorable episodes, from the blazers inside out, which never quite worked with a reversible anorak.  It told of school girl crushes with older school teachers, of bullying by Gripper Stebson, of teacher and pupil one-upmanship, and the best storyline ever, with Mr Bronson and that kid who died in the back of his car, whose name evades me.

Our secondary school was boring compared to the antics of Grange Hill, and I think that’s what made the show successful.  Kids want dramas, they want to see what happens when a bully rules the roost, they want to see how far he can go before he’s caught, they want to feel buoyant after the trials and tribulations of school life, and pick up on a story about their favourite group of friends trying a money making scheme that backfires, as you know it always does.  You want to try out some of the schemes you’ve seen on the telly, but everyone else saw the episode, so they’re not buying it.

Since it’s creation in 1978, just a year after I started the big school, there have been many favourites of Doctor Who and Torchwood and even Sarah Jane Adventures that have crossed the threshold, sat in those small classrooms, thrown the odd paper aeroplane, and uttered ‘flipping ‘eck’ on more than one occasion. 

As the generations moved on, so did the show, altering the school logo a little and updating the head teachers from Mrs McClusky (who I really liked) to Mr Robson, (who I really really liked!!!). 

After I finished school and moved on to that wonderful world of job centres and dole queues, the series continued, and finally ended in 2008, racking up a total of 30 years.  In that time, many stars of the Whoniverse have walked those hallowed corridors, and we’ve managed to capture them all for you here. 

Of course, just like our Eastenders Connections, this too comes in parts, thankfully however, only two!

So, we’ve done the research so you don’t have to!





Doctor Who & Torchwood Connections

Grange Hill


Series Directed by

Edward Pugh directed 18 episodes from 1983-1987.  He was a floor assistant for Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons episode 1 in 1971 but was uncredited.

Paul Murphy directed 13 episodes from 2003-2005. Directed 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2014 - The Caretaker & Robot of Sherwood.

Kenny McBain directed 1 episode in 1983. He directed 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Horns of Nimon between 1979 - 1980.

Peter Hoar directed 8 episodes from 2004-2005. He directed Doctor Who: A Good Man Goes to War in 2011 and appeared as himself for the Doctor Who Confidential episode The Born Identity in 2011.

Graeme Harper directed 4 episodes in 2001. Directed 13 episodes of Doctor Who including The Waters of Mars in 2009 and Journey's End in 2008.  For a full list of Graeme's Who credits, check out Issue 28 Connections - Eastenders.


Jeremy Webb directed 4 episodes in 2000.  He directed 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2011 - The Curse of the Black Spot and The Wedding of River Song, including
appearing in Doctor Who Confidential in 2011 as himself and director for
- Death Is the Only Answer,
- When Time Froze
- Open All Hours
- Heartbreak Hotel
- What Dreams May Come
- About a Boy
- River Runs Wild
- Ship Ahoy!

Hugh David directed 1 episode in1981. Directed 10 episodes of Doctor Who from 1966 - 1968.  Episodes 1 - 4 of The Highlanders in 1966/67, and episodes 1 - 6 of Fury from the Deep in 1968.

Sarah Hellings was director for 1 episode in 1981.  She directed two episodes of Doctor Who: The Mark of the Rani in 1985.

Series Writing Credits 

Philip Gladwin directed 5 episodes from 2000-2002.  In 2007 credited as Phil Gladwin, wrote part 1 & 2 of SJA: Warriors of Kudlak.

Series Cast 

Stuart Organ  played Mr. Robson for 264 episodes from 1988-2003. Played Bazin in Doctor Who: Dragonfire: part 1 and 3 in 1987.



Lee Cornes played Mr. Hankin  for 153 episodes from 1990-2002.  Played the Trickster in Doctor Who: Kinda Parts 3 & 4 in 1982.



George A. Cooper played Mr. Griffiths (103 episodes from 1985-1992.  Played Cherub in Doctor Who: The Smugglers episodes 1 - 4 in 1966.
Appeared in two video documentaries involving Cherub - Race against time in 2011 and The Ties That Bind us in 2008.



Rachel Bell played Mrs. Holmes for 95 episodes from 1997-2002.
Played Priscilla P. in Doctor Who: The Happiness Patrol parts 1 - 3 in 1988.

Rochelle Gadd played Dill Lodge for 84 episodes from 1994-2000.  Played Sally in Doctor Who: Army of Ghosts in 2006 but was uncredited.



Michael Obiora played Max Abassi for 67 episodes from 1998-2002. Played Billy Shipton (younger) in Doctor Who: Blink in 2007.



Dimitri Leonidas played Josh Irvine for 59 episodes from 2001-2004.
Played Howie Spragg in Doctor Who: The God Complex in 2011.  Appeared in two television docu's regarding his character - in The Destinations of Doctor Who he was uncredited as Spragg in 2012, and in 2011, appeared in Heartbreak Hotel episode of Doctor Who Confidential as himself.



Jacqueline Boatswain played Mrs. Bassinger for 50 episodes from 2003-2005.
Played Plummer in Torchwood: Reset in 2008.  Currently in Hollyoaks as Mrs Loveday.



Joann Kenny played Jane Bishop for 38 episodes from 1985-1988.  Played Jean in Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric parts 1 - 4 in 1989.  In 2 video shorts/docu in 2007 she appeared as Jean for Catflap and Little Girl Lost.



Ayesha Antoine played Poppy Silver for 33 episodes for 1995-1998.
Played Dee Dee Blasco in Doctor Who: Midnight in 2008.
Appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential episode: Look Who's Talking in the same year.



John Pickard played Neil Timpson for 29 episodes from 1990-1991.  Plays Thomas Brewster for Big Finish audio plays.



Simon Pearsall played Don West for 26 episodes from 2000-2002.  Played Whitey in Doctor Who: Gridlock in 2007.



René Zagger played Mike Bentley for 25 episodes from 1990-1991.
Was a 'The Bill' regular as PC Nick Klein (knew I'd seen him somewhere)
Played Padra in Doctor Who: Utopia in 2007, credited as Rene Zagger.



Joanne Bell played Sarah Wilks for 24 episodes from 1983-1985.  Played Phyllis in Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric parts 1 - 4 in 1989.  Appeared as Phyllis in two video documentary's in 2007.  Catflap and Little Girl Lost.

Michael Percival played Mr. Mitchell for 23 episodes from 1978-1979.  Played the Inspector in Doctor Who: The Vampires of Venice in 2010.


David Quilter played Mr. Arnold for 23 episodes from 1994-2000.  Played Greeves in Doctor Who: The Unicorn and the Wasp in 2008. 
Appeared as Greeves for Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Doctor in 2009.



Graham Ashley played Mr. Garfield for 18 episodes from 1978-1980.  Played the Overseer in Doctor Who: The Underwater Menace episodes 1, 2 & 4 in 1967.



Reggie Yates played Carl Fenton for 17 episodes in 2002.  He played brother of Martha Jones, Leo in Doctor Who episodes - Smith and Jones, The Lazarus Experiment, The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords in 2007.
Appeared as himself for 3 tv documentaries - The Destinations of Doctor Who, The Timey-Wimey of Doctor Who and The Women of Doctor Who, all in 2012.
He appeared as himself for Doctor Who Confidential episodes - Meet Martha Jones and Monsters Inc in 2007 and appeared as himself for Totally Doctor Who episode #2.1 again in 2007.
He also appeared as Leo Jones in Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Doctor in 2009.



Timothy Bateson played Mr. Thomson for 15 episodes from 1980-1982.
Played Binro in Doctor Who: The Ribos Operation parts 3 and 4 in 1978.
Also appeared in three video docu's in 2007.  A Matter of Time documentary, The Ribos File docu short, and Weird Science short as Binro.



Nigel Miles-Thomas played Mr. Davies for 14 episodes from 1995-1996.
Played Pudovkin in Doctor Who: Dragonfire parts 1 & 2 in 1987.

Celyn Jones played Mr. Green for 13 episodes in 2004.  Played Gary in Torchwood: Random Shoes in 2006.



Vincent Brimble played Mr. Glover for 11 episodes from 1986-1987.
Played Tarpok in Doctor Who: Warriors of the Deep parts 1 - 4 in 1984.  Appeared as Tarpok for two video docu shorts in 2008 - The Depths and They Came from Beneath the Sea.



Amelda Brown played Wendy Wright for 10 episodes from 1995-1996.  Was the voice of 'Margaret' in Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - The Gunpowder Plot video game in 2011.



Ashley Walters played Andy Phillips for 10 episodes in 1997.  Played Gregor Van Baalen in Doctor Who: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS in 2013.



Sakuntala Ramanee played Mrs. Modi for 10 episodes from 2000-2002.
Played voice of Perdita and Universal Guardian in Doctor Who Online Adventures in 2014/15 for 17 episodes.  Played Shreela in Doctor Who: Survival parts 1 - 3 in 1989.  Appeared as herself and Shreela for Catflap a video documentary in 2007.



Michael Osborne played Mr. Howard for 9 episodes in 1984.
Played an Extra in Doctor Who episode Small Prophet, Quick Return in 1965, was uncredited as a Guardian in The Bomb and The Return in 1966 but was credited as Sorak in The Horns of Nimon parts 1 - 4 in 1979/80.



Don Warrington played Mr. Phillips for 8 episodes in 1997.  Played The President in Doctor Who: Rise of the Cybermen in 2006.  Appeared in Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited documentary in the episode The Tenth Doctor in 2013 but was uncredited for this.



Neville Barber played Mr. Curtis for 7 episodes from 1980-1981.
Played Howard Baker in Doctor Who's K-9 and Company: A Girl's Best Friend movie (for TV) in 1981.  Played Dr. Cook in Doctor Who: The Time Monster episodes 1 & 2 in 1972.



Chris Jury played Mr. Knowles for 7 episodes from 1983-1984.  Played Deadbeat in Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy parts 2 - 4 in 1989.



David Kinder played John for 6 episodes in 1990.  Played Billy in Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen parts 1 - 3 in 1987.



Dicken Ashworth played Animal Man for 6 episodes in 1994.  Played Sezon in Doctor Who: Timelash parts 1 & 2 in 1985.



Daniel Harcourt played Kev for 6 episodes in 2001.  Not completely certain this is an exact Doctor Who story, but Daniel appeared as Michael Kirkwood and Kritakh in the video Zygon in 2008. 



Ralph Arliss played Chaz Smith for 6 episodes in 2002.  Played Tuar in Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders parts 3 - 6 in 1974.



Mark Monero played Steven Defley for 5 episodes from 1982-1984.
Played Pedro in Doctor Who: The Time of Angels (uncredited) and Flesh and Stone in 2010.  Appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential episode Eyes Wide Open in 2010.



Letitia Dean played Lucinda Oliver for 5 episodes from 1983-1984.  Played Sharon Watts in Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time in 1993.

Toby Aspin played Derek for 5 episodes in 1990.
Played The Eighth Doctor in The Few Doctors film short in 1997.
Played Commander Steg in Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans video in 1994.
Appeared as a Roboman in Dalekmania video docu in 1995.
Appeared in Doctor Who: 30 Years in the TARDIS documentary in 1993.



Frank Jarvis played First Builder for 4 episodes in 1985.
Played Skart, Ankh and Corporal in 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 1978 - 1979, including 4 episodes of The Power of Kroll in 1979.  Appeared as Skart in video documentary A Matter of Time in 2007, and Into the Unknown: The Making of 'Underworld' video short in 2010 but uncredited as Ankh.



Jack Galloway played Mr. Aldridge for 4 episodes in 1989.  Played Joseph Willow in Doctor Who: The Awakening parts 1 & 2 in 1984.

Roger Ashton-Griffiths played Walt for 4 episodes in 1990.  Played Quayle in Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood in 2014, and played Mr Garrett in Torchwood: Random Shoes in 2006.



Dave Hill played Mr. Farrington  for 4 episodes in 1991.  Was the voice Nessican in Doctor Who: Death Comes to Time episode Planet of Blood in 2002.



Robert Hands played Piers Coveney for 4 episodes in 1992.  Played Algy in Doctor Who: The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances in 2005. (Nice bottom!)



Marc Warren played Thomas Rankin for 4 episodes in 1992.  Played Elton Pope in Doctor Who: Love & Monsters in 2006.  He also played an Extra in Doctor Who: Battlefield part 1, but was uncredited, in 1989.  He was an uncredited performer of "Don't Bring Me Down" in Love & Monsters episode.



Jennifer Hill played Mrs. Lewis for 3 episodes in 1979.  Played Mrs. Peace in Doctor Who: The Unquiet Dead in 2005.


Alex Kingston played Jill Harcourt  for 3 episodes in 1980.
Played River Song in 17 episodes of Doctor Who from 2008 - 2015.
Was the voice of River Song for Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock video game in 2012.
From 2008 - 2011 appeared in 10 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential.  Was uncredited for her character and herself in Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty in 2013 and in 2015, appeared as Professor River Song for the Doctor Who Christmas Special.
Further Doctor Who credits from 2008 - 2014 include -
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion in 2014.
Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited in 2013, including The Next Doctor where her character was uncredited, Newsround and Doctor Who Companions.
In 2010 saw her at the Doctor Who Proms - Prom 10 but again uncredited. 



She was uncredited in Journey's End as River Song in 2008, and appeared as her character in Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Doctor in 2009.

Rachel Davies played Mrs. Jones for 3 episodes from 1983-1984.  Played Camilla in Doctor Who: State of Decay parts 1 - 4 in 1980.  Appeared as Camilla for two video shorts in 2009 - Lalla's Wardrobe: A Frockumentary and The Vampire Lovers: The Making of 'State of Decay'.



Trevor Thomas played Mr. Hedly for 3 episodes from 1984-1996.  Played a Child in Doctor Who: The Cave of Skulls in 1963 but was uncredited.

Dennis Edwards played Mr. Humphries for 3 episodes in 1985.  Played a Centurian in Doctor Who episode The Slave Traders in 1965, and Lord Gomer in The Invasion of Time parts 1 - 3 in 1978.

Keith Drinkel played Mr. Jones for 3 episodes in 1986.  Played Flight Engineer Scobie in Doctor Who: Time Flight parts 1 - 4 in 1982.  Was uncredited in video docu short Jurassic Larks: Time-Flight Studio Recordings in 2007.



Lawry Lewin played Tommy for 3 episodes from 1988-1989.  Played Rossiter in Doctor Who: The End of Time in 2009/2010.  Appeared as Rossiter for episode Allons-y in 2010 for Doctor Who Confidential.



Paul Copley played Duncan Yeats for 3 episodes from 1989-1991.  Played Clement McDonald in Torchwood: Children of Earth Days 1 - 4 in 2009.
Was uncredited for Day 5 Children of Earth as Clement McDonald.



Lachele Carl played Cecile a sports scout for 3 episodes in 1991.
Played Trinity Wells, the US newsreader in Doctor Who, for 9 episodes, and Torchwood for 2 episodes for Children of Earth in 2009, and The Sarah Jane Adventures for 2 episodes in 2007-2008. 
She was also mentioned in the BBC Torchwood Audio story In the Shadows by Joseph Lidster in 2009.
Lachele has appeared as herself and Trinity for three tv documentary's from 2009 - 2012, these are: Doctor Who Confidential episode Lords and Masters in 2009, Doctor Who in America where she also narrated the episode in 2012, Doctor Who in the U.S. and as herself and narrator for Doctor Who: The Companions in 2013, a tv documentary.



John Hallam played Mr. Macarthy for 3 episodes in 1993.  Played Light in Doctor Who: Ghost Light, part 3 in 1989.



Chris Finch played Mr. Lydon for 3 episodes in 2007.  Played a Time Lord Soldier in Doctor Who: The Last Day, a tv short before the 50th Anniversary episode in 2013.



Christopher Coll played Mr. Malcolm for 2 episodes in 1978.
Played Phipps in Doctor Who: The Seeds of Death episodes 1 - 4 in 1969, and played Stubbs for The Mutants episodes 1 - 5 in 1972.
Appeared in three video docu shorts between 2007 - 2012.
Are Friends Electric in 2007 as Stubbs.
Race Against Time in 2011 as Stubbs and Second Time Around: The Troughton Years in 2012 as Phipps. 



Tim Barlow played Mr. Stiles for 2 episodes in 1979.  Played Tyssan in Doctor Who: Destiny of the Daleks episodes 1 - 4 in 1979.  He appeared as Tyssan for two video docu's in 2007 - Directing 'Who': Ken Grieve and Davros Connections.



Barbara Bermel played Mrs. Edwards for 2 episodes in 1980.
Played an uncredited Villager in Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders part 1 in 1974, and an uncredited Android Villager in part 1 of The Android Invasion in 1975.  Was uncredited as a Masquer in The Masque of Mandragora part 4 in 1976, uncredited as Sevateem in part 1 of The Face of Evil in 1977.  In the same year was uncredited as a Rebel in Tunnel in part 1 of The Sun Makers.  Uncredited as a Court Lady in The Androids of Tara part 1 in 1978 and uncredited as Lazar in Terminus, part 1 in 1983.



Victor Reynolds played Judge for 2 episodes from 1982-1998.
Played a Grecian Man uncredited in Doctor Who: Four to Doomsday parts 2 and 3 in 1982, and a Man in Market uncredited in Snakedance part 1 in 1983.

Penny Casdagli played Miss O'Keefe for 2 episodes in 1982.  Played Jall in Doctor Who: Destiny of the Daleks episodes 2 and 4 in 1979.

Alec Wallis played Newsagent for 2 episodes from 1983-1989.
Played Ldg. Telegraphist Bowman in Doctor Who: The Sea Devils episodes 1, 4, 5 and 6 in 1972.

Mostyn Evans played Mr. Price for 2 episodes in 1983.  Played an uncredited role in Doctor Who and the Silurians in episode 6, in 1970.
He played Dai Evans in episode 1 & 2 of The Green Death in 1973 and was High Priest for part 1 & 2 of Death to the Daleks in 1974.
In archive footage he appeared as Dai Evans for People Power and Puppetry video docu short in 2011.

June Page played Mrs. Hunt  for 2 episodes in 1983.  Played Keara in Doctor Who: Full Circle parts 1 - 4 in 1980.  Appeared as her character but uncredited for All Aboard the Starliner: The Making of 'Full Circle' in 2009.



Richard Steele played Mr. Fowler for 2 episodes in 1984.
Played Commandant Gorton in Doctor Who: The War Games episode 2 in 1969.
Played Sergeant Hart in Doctor Who and the Silurians episode 4 & 6 in 1970.  And played a Guard in The Mark of the Rani in parts 1 & 2 in 1985.
Appeared as Sgt Hart in The U.N.I.T. Family: Part One video docu short in 2006, and War Zone: The End of an Era as Commandant Gorton in 2009.
Appeared in video docu short The Cold War as Bill in 2009.



Stephen Churchett played the Chairman in 2 episodes from 1985-1988.  Played Bill in Doctor Who: Attack of the Cybermen part 1 in 1985.



Sion Tudor Owen played Mr. Dean for 2 episodes in 1985.
Played Tandrell in Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord part 2 - 4 in 1986.
Appeared as his character Tandrell for video docu short The Making of the Trial of a Time Lord: Part One - Mysterious Planet in 2008.



Brenda Kempner played Miss Hamilton for 2 episodes in 1987. Played Mrs. Grose in Doctor Who: Ghost Light parts 1 & 2 in 1989.



Geoffrey Beevers played Mr. Birtles for 2 episodes from 1988-1989.
Played Private Johnson in Doctor Who: The Ambassadors of Death episode 7 in 1970.  Was the voice of Melkur in part 1 & 2 and Melkur and The Master in parts 3 & 4 of The Keeper of Traken in 1981.  Appeared in two video docu's in 2007 as himself, The Melkur and The Master in:  Being Nice to Each Other: Making 'The Keeper of Traken' and The Return of the Master.
Also two video docu's as The Master in A New Body at Last in 2007 and The Ties that Bind Us in 2008.



Adrienne Burgess played Diane for 2 episodes from 1988-1989.  Played Veet in Doctor Who: The Sun Makers parts 1 - 4 in 1977.  Appeared as Veet in two video documentary's from 2007 - 2011.  A Matter of Time in 2007 and Running from the Taxman in 2011.



Timothy Block played Gray for 2 episodes in 1989.  Played Tanner in Doctor Who: Black Orchid part 1 and 2 in 1982, he was uncredited for part 2.

Roy Spencer played Detective Bonner for 2 episodes in 1989.
Played Manyak in Doctor Who episodes The Plague and The Steel Sky in 1966.  And Harris in Fury from the Deep episodes 1 - 6 in 1968.



Brian Croucher played Mr. Glanville for 2 episodes from 1990-1991.  Played Kurt in Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans video in 1994.  Played Borg in Doctor Who: The Robots of Death parts 1 & 2 in 1977.



Derek Ware played a Night Watchman for 2 episodes in 1990.
Played a Saracen Warrior in Doctor Who episode The Lion in 1965.  An uncredited Bus Conductor in The Planet of Decision in 1965, and an uncredited Trojan Soldier in Horse of Destruction in the same year.  He played Tuthmos in Golden Death and Escape Switch in 1966. He played a Spaniard in The Smugglers episodes 1, 3 and 4, episode 3 was uncredited.  An uncredited Soldier in The Web of Fear episode 4 in 1968.
In The Ambassadors of Death episode 2 & 7 he played a UNIT Soldier in 1970, and Private Wyatt for Inferno episode 1 - 3 in 1970, and Pigbin Josh in The Claws of Axos, episode 1 in 1971.
Derek was a fight arranger for 12 episodes of Who from 1963 - 1971.
He was a fight arranger for Who from 1963 - 1967.  He appeared as a fight arranger for Doctor Who: The Crusade video in 1999.
Appeared in several video docu's from 2006 - 2013 including Hadoke vs HAVOC in 2013.
He appeared in video documentary as Tuthmos in 'Doctor Who': Daleks - The Early Years in 1993.

Primi Townsend played Miss Brooking for 2 episodes 1991.  Played Mula in Doctor Who: The Pirate Planet part 1 - 4 in 1978.  Appeared as Mula in two video shorts in 2007 - Weird Science and Parrot Fashion.



Chris Jarman played Carl for 2 episodes from 1992-1995.
Played the Dancer in Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot in 2011.
Appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential episode Ship Ahoy! in the same year.



Metin Yenal played Dieter for 2 episodes in 1994.  Played Karl in Doctor Who: Silver Nemesis parts 1 - 3 in 1988.



Martin Hodgson played David for 2 episodes in 1997.  Played Jenkins in Doctor Who: The Doctor Dances in 2005.

Ann Davies played Mrs. Singleton for 2 episodes from 1998-1999.
Wife of the late Richard Briers, Ann played Jenny in 5 out of 6 episodes of Doctor Who: The  Dalek Invasion of Earth in 1964.
She appeared as herself and Jenny in the video documentary - Future Memories: Making the Dalek Invasion of Earth in 2003.



Abi Eniola played Sarita for 2 episodes in 2000.  Played Crosbie in Doctor Who: Bad Wolf in 2005.



Peter Childs played a Fire Officer  for 1 episode in 1986.
Played Jack Ward in Doctor Who: The Mark of the Rani parts 1 & 2 in 1985.
Was uncredited as Jack Ward in Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos in 2012 and Lords and Luddites: Making 'The Mark of the Rani' in 2006.



Pat Gorman played 2nd Warehouseman  for 1 episode in 1978.
Pat has been more characters in Doctor Who than I can count fingers on both hands.  Many of these have been uncredited roles, but those that weren't are Cybermen, Silurians, Silurian Scientist, Auton Leader, Primitive and voice, Military Policeman, UNIT corporal, Thal Soldier, A Medic, and Soldier.  He has appeared in 90 episodes of Doctor Who from 1964 - 1985. 
Appeared as himself for I Was That Monster in 1993, a tv documentary about the people inside the monster suits in Doctor Who. 
He appeared in 3 video documentary's from 2006 - 2011.  and two video shorts from 2007 - 2009 as Thal Soldier, pilot, Grogan and Nuthatch Resident.

Denys Hawthorne played Mr. Starling for 1 episode in 1978.  Played Rudge in Doctor Who: The Trial of a Time Lord parts 9 - 12 in 1986.



Steve Ismay played a Painter  for 1 episode in 1978.
Was uncredited for all his roles in Doctor Who from 1971 - 1976, for episodes: The Daemons, Day of the Daleks, Frontier in Space, The Time Warrior, Death to the Daleks, The Monster of Peladon and The Deadly Assassin.



William Ashley played Simon Shaw's Neighbour for 1 episode in 1979.
Was uncredited as a Kaled Scientist in Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks parts 2 - 6 in 1975.

Gillian Brown played a Librarian for 1 episode in 1979.  Played Ohica in Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius parts 1 - 4 in 1976, credited as Gilly Brown.
Appeared as herself yet uncredited in video docu short, Designs on Karn in 2008.  In the same year appeared in another video docu short Getting a Head as herself and Ohica.

Anthony Carrick played Dr. Farr  for 1 episode in 1979.  Played Captain Rossini in Doctor Who: The Masque of Mandragora parts 1 - 4 in 1976, credited as Antony Carrick.


Anne Clements played Boutique Manageress for 1 episode in 1979.
Played First Trooper in Doctor Who: Earthshock, part one in 1982.

David McKail played Councillor Doyle for 1 episode in 1979.  Played Sergeant Kyle in Doctor Who: The Talons of Weng-Chiang parts 1 & 2 in 1977.



Max Arthur played Ed for 1 episode in 1980.  Played Zuko in Doctor Who: Planet of Fire part 2 in 1984.

Terry Bale played Mr. Lewis for 1 episode in 1980.
Played a soldier for Doctor Who episode A Bargain of Necessity in 1964 and was the voice of Arcturus in Doctor Who: The Curse of Peladon episodes 1 - 3 in 1972.

Laurence Harrington played Mr. Fox for 1 episode in 1980.  Played a Lunar Guard in Doctor Who: Frontier in Space, episode 3 in 1973, and was uncredited as the Voice in episode 2 of The Mind of Evil in 1971.



Joan Harsant played Mrs. Carrington for 1 episode in 1980.  Played a Technician in Doctor Who and the Silurians episodes 1 & 2 in 1970 but was uncredited for her role.



Bernard Kay played Mr. Wainwright for 1 episode in 1980.
Played Carl Tyler for Doctor Who: The Dalek Invasion of Earth in 1964 for all 6 episodes.  Played Saladin for The Crusade episodes The Lion, The Knight of Jaffa and The Wheel of Fortune in 1965.  Played Inspector Crossland for The Faceless Ones in 1967 for 5 of the 6 episodes and Caldwell for Colony in Space episodes 2 - 6 in 1971.
Appeared as Saladin for video docu Race Against Time in 2011 and Doctor Who: The Crusade in 1999.  Appeared as himself and Carl Tyler in video docu - Future Memories: Making the Dalek Invasion of Earth in 2003.

David Rolfe played Mr. Brown for 1 episode in 1980.  Played an Exxilon, a guard and a Crew Member for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 1974 - 1976 all of which were uncredited.

Paul Jerricho played Mr. Hicks for 1 episode in 1981.  Played The Castellan for Doctor Who: Arc of Infinity parts 1 - 4 in 1983 and The Five Doctors in the same year.
From 1994 - 2008 he appeared as The Castallan credited and uncredited for video docu's and video shorts including 'Doctor Who': The Colin Baker Years. 



Eric Mason played Mr. Ellis for 1 episode in 1981.  Played Senior Prison Officer Green in Doctor Who: The Mind of Evil parts 1 - 3 in 1971, and C.P.O. Smedley in episode 2 of The Sea Devils in 1972.

John Moore played Shopkeeper for 1 episode in 1981.  Played a Trojan man in Doctor Who episode Small Prophet, Quick Return in 1965, and a Prisoner in episode 3 of Frontier in Space in 1973, both roles were uncredited.

Jay Neill played a Molester for 1 episode in 1981.
Played an uncredited Guard in Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World, episode 6 in 1968.  Was uncredited as a policeman in episode 3 of Doctor Who and the Silurians in 1970.  Played a Pikeman in The Masque of Mandragora, part 2 in 1976.  A year later played Silvey for The Invisible Enemy part one.  He played Guard Klimt in Underworld part 2 but was uncredited for the same role in part 3 in 1978.

Timothy Oldroyd played a Swimming teacher for 1 episode in 1981.  Played a Rebel in Doctor Who: State of Decay episode 1 in 1980 but was uncredited for the role.

Kevin Sullivan played Guy for 1 episode in 1981.  Played a Chimney Sweep in Doctor Who: The Talons of Weng-Chiang in 1977, but was uncredited.



William Thomas played Mr Morgan for 1 episode in 1981.
Played Martin in Doctor Who: Remembrance of the Daleks part 2 in 1988.  Returned to Doctor Who to play Mr Cleaver in Boom Town in 2005 but is better known as Geraint Wyn Cooper, Gwen's Dad in Torchwood, S2/S4 from 2008 - 2011.



Gary Beadle played Elroy for 1 episode in 1982.
Played Paul Langer in SJA: The Mark of the Berserker parts 1 & 2 in 2008.
He appeared uncredited as Paul Langer for The Mad Woman in the Attic part 1 in 2009, and in SJA: Alien Files, episode #1.5 in 2010.



Gareth Milne played Burglar #2 for 1 episode in 1982.
Was Peter Davison's stunt double in Doctor Who: Warriors of the Deep: Part one in 1984, but uncredited.  Played one of The Unknown in Black Orchid part one, and George Cranleigh in part two in 1982, was uncredited as a Mortuary Attendant in Vengeance on Varos part 2 in 1985.  Was uncredited as an Acid Bath Guard in Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos video docu in 2012.



Bhasker Patel played Raam Patel for 1 episode in 1982.  Played Jival Chowdry in Doctor Who: Turn Left in 2008.



Iain Rattray played Mr. Cartwright for 1 episode in 1982.  Played Habris in Doctor Who: State of Decay parts 1, 2 and 4 in 1980.  Appeared as Habris for The Vampire Lovers: The Making of 'State of Decay' video docu short in 2009.

Malcolm Terris played Mr. Scott for 1 episode in 1982.  Played Etnin in episode 1 of Doctor Who: The Dominators in 1968, and played Co-Pilot for parts 1 - 4 of The Horns of Nimon in 1980, with part 4 uncredited.
Appeared as the Co-Pilot for two video docu shorts.  In 2004 uncredited in A New Beginning, and Are Friends Electric in 2007.

John Tordoff played Off-license shopkeeper for 1 episode in 1982.  Played Alec Leeson in episode 4 of Doctor Who: Colony in Space in 1971.

Ahmed Khalil played Mr. Singh for 1 episode in 1983.  Played Latoni in parts 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: Black Orchid in 1982.

Andrew Downie played Mr. Ellwood for 1 episode in 1984.  Played Willie MacKay in episodes 2 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Highlanders in 1966/67.

Jimmy Mac played a Model for 1 episode in 1984.  Was uncredited as a Villager for two episodes of Doctor Who: The Daemons in 1971, and uncredited as a Peasant in State of Decay in 1980.

Alan Talbot played a Car owner for 1 episode in 1984.  Was uncredited for his roles in four episodes of Doctor Who from an Extra in episode one of Black Orchid in 1982, a Ceremony Observer in part 4 of Snakedance in 1983, played Tom in part 1 of The Mark of the Rani and a Miner in part 2, in 1985. 

Bob Appleby played a Car Driver for 1 episode in 1985.  Played Nimon in part 3 & 4 of Doctor Who: The Horns of Nimon in 1980, part 3 was uncredited.
Played the Second Vervoid in The Trial of a Time Lord in parts 11 & 12 in 1986.
Was uncredited as the Second Vervoid in part 14.

John Bleasdale played Mr. Donnington for 1 episode in 1985.  Played a Robot in Doctor Who: The Robots of Death, for parts 1 - 4 in 1977.

Gary Dean played a Vet for 1 episode in 1985.
Was uncredited for three roles in Doctor Who from a Technician in episode 1 of The Ice Warriors in 1967, a German Soldier in episode 3 of The War Games and a UNIT soldier in episode 3 of Doctor Who and the Silurians in 1970.

Zienia Merton played Mrs. Wallace for 1 episode in 1985.  Played the Registrar in SJA for The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith parts 1 & 2 in 2009.  She played Ping-Cho in all 7 episodes of Marco Polo in 1964.  Zienia also played the Registrar for part 1 of SJA: Death of the Doctor in 2010.



Barry Summerford played Mr. Wright for 1 episode in 1985.
Was uncredited for all his roles in Doctor Who from 1974 - 1981. 
From Golden Age Man in part 6 of Invasion of the Dinosaurs in 1974, Elite Guard in parts 1 - 6 of Genesis of the Daleks in 1975, Vogan in Revenge of the Cybermen, part 1 in 1975.  In the same year played Private Thurston for part 2 of Terror of the Zygons.  In 1976 played UNIT Communications Soldier for part 6 of The Seeds of Doom, and a Security Guard for part 2 of The Hand of Fear.  In 1977 played a Steaming Audience Member for part 4 of The Sun Makers.  In 1978 played a Shrieve for part 4 of The Ribos Operation.  In 1979 played a guard for both The Armageddon Factor and The Creature from the Pit, both for episode 1.  And finally in 1981 played Foster for part 1 of The Keeper of Traken.

Heather Emmanuel played a Nurse for 1 episode in 1986.  Played Tessa in part four of Doctor Who: The Android Invasion in 1975.

Tom Keller played a Lab Assistant for 1 episode in 1986.  Played Atkins in Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor in 2013.

Richardson Morgan played an Engineer for 1 episode in 1986.  Played Corporal Blake for four episodes of Doctor Who: The Web of Fear in 1968.  Played Rogin for parts 3 & 4 of The Ark in Space in 1975.

Carmen Munroe played Harriet Dean for 1 episode in 1986.  Played Fariah in episodes 2 - 4 of Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World in 1968.

George Ballantine played a Vicar for 1 episode in 1987.  Was uncredited for his role of Federico's Manservant in Doctor Who: The Masque of Mandragora parts 2 & 3 in 1976, and played Hawker in part one of Snakedance in 1983.  Appeared as Hawker for video docu short - Snake Charmer: The Making of 'Snakedance' in 2011.

Ian Elliot played a Man in Street for 1 episode in 1987.  Was uncredited for all his roles in Doctor Who from 1970 - 1989.  In 1970 played a UNIT soldier for epi 1 of Inferno.  In 1971 was a Daffodil Man for episode 3 & 4 of Terror of the Autons.  A UNIT soldier for episode 1 & 4 of The Mind of Evil, a Colonist for episode 1 of Colony in Space and Villager for episode 3 of The Daemons. 
In 1972 he played a Guard Warrior for episode 1 of The Mutants.  In 1973 he again played a UNIT soldier, this time for part 1 of The Time Warrior.  He was a Regular Army Soldier and UNIT soldier for part one of Invasion in 1974. 
In part one of Planet of the Spiders he played a villager.  In 1975, he played an Android Villager for part one of The Android Invasion.  In The Seeds of Doom parts 3 - 5 he played a Guard in 1976, and finally in Part one of The Curse of Fenric in 1989, he played a Haemovore.

Gillian Martell played Miss Meech for 1 episode in 1987.  Played Lilly Gregson in K-9 and Company: A Girl's Best Friend film in 1981.

Ruby Buchanan played an Old Lady for 1 episode in 1988.  Played a Peasant in part 1 of Doctor Who: State of Decay in 1980.

Mandy Lesley played the 1st Girl at Hip Hop for 1 episode in 1988.  Was uncredited as Lakertyan for part four of Doctor Who: Time and the Rani in 1987.

Graham Turner played a Shopkeeper for 1 episode in 1988.  Played Amos in Doctor Who: The Crimson Horror in 2013.

John Abbott played an Estate Agent for 1 episode in 1989.
Played Vince in all four parts of Doctor Who: Horror of Fang Rock in 1977.

Christopher Driscoll played Mr. Savage for 1 episode in 1989.  Played a Security Guard in Doctor Who: The Idiot's Lantern in 2006.

Jean Shannon played a Gym Teacher for 1 episode in 1989.  Was uncredited for her role in Doctor Who and the Silurians, episode 6 in 1970.

Paul Lowther played a Photographer for 1 episode in 1990.  Was uncredited for two roles in Doctor Who from a King's Knight in part one of The King's Demons in 1983, and an Orderly in part one of Frontios in 1984.

Johnnie Mack played an Usher for 1 episode in 1990.  Was uncredited as a Time Lord in Doctor Who: The Five Doctors in 1983.

Victoria Wicks played Dr. Burton for 1 episode in 1990.  Played the High Priestess in Doctor Who: The Fires of Pompeii in 2008.  Was uncredited for her role in part one of The End of Time in 2009.



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