DW & TW Connections:
Coronation Street 1960 to present
Cast & Crew
Kay Patrick directed 235 episodes from 1994-2015. Played Poppaea in Doctor Who: Inferno and Conspiracy episodes in 1965 and Flower in The Savages epi 1 & 2 in 1966.
Alan Wareing directed 100 episodes from 2001-2010. Directed 10 episodes of Doctor Who from 1988 - 1989. Was also production manager on part 1 & 2 of Doctor Who: Timelash in 1985 and production assistant for 4 episodes of The Keeper of Traken in 1981. Was the voice of Little Girl God in part 4 of The Greatest Show in the Galaxy in 1989, and appeared as himself in video documentary Catflap in 2007.
Griff Rowland directed 62 episodes from 2010-2014. Was director and producer of 3 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential in 2005 - Why on Earth?, The Dark Side and Weird Science.
Graeme Harper directed 43 episodes from 2005-2013. Was director of 13 episodes of Doctor Who from 2006 - 2009. Director of 6 episodes of SJA from 2007 - 2009 and director of Doctor Who: Time Crash in 2007.
Was director of 10 classic Who episodes from 1981 - 1985.
Was production assistant for 11 episodes from 1971 - 1981, assistant floor manager for 8 episodes from 1971 - 1974.
Was uncredited in part 4 of The Brain of Morbius as the Mind Battle Face in 1976.
Appeared in 11 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential as himself from 2006 - 2009. As himself for The Dalek Tapes in 2006, Revelation Exhumed in 2005 including Being Doctor Who video short in 2007 and The Seven Year hitch video docu in 2010 as himself. He provided commentary for Doctor Who DVD - The Caves of Androzani, Revelation of the Daleks and Colony in Space.
Alan Bromly directed 27 episodes from 1977-1980. Directed 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1973-1979. Alan born in Godalming, Surrey on 13th September 1915, died age 79 in September 1995, in Middlesex, England.
Paul Bernard directed 22 episodes from 1971-1987. Paul directed 16 episodes of Doctor Who from 1972 - 1973. He was born on 20th June, 1929 and died in Twickenham, Middlesex on 25th September, 1997 age just 68. He appeared as himself in the video docu short, Myth Makers: Roger Delgado - A Tribute in 1997.
Michael Kerrigan directed 22 episodes from 1995-2008. Directed 4 episodes of SJA in 2008. He was initially to direct Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric. He directed 4 episodes of Doctor Who: Battlefield in 1989.
Malcolm Taylor directed 20 episodes from 1979-1987. Played Walters in episodes 1, 5 and 6 of The Ice Warriors in 1967.
Matthew Robinson directed 5 episodes from 1977-1982. Directed part one and part two of Doctor Who: Resurrection of the Daleks in 1984 and Attack of the Cybermen parts 1 & 2 in 1985.
Appeared as himself in the video docu short, On Location: Resurrection of the Daleks in 2002.
Romey Allison directed 4 episodes in 1993. Was production assistant for 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1979 to 1980, was assistant floor manager for 1 episode in 1978.
John Black directed 3 episodes from 1976-1977. Was director of 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1981 - 1982. Appeared as himself for 4 video docu shorts in 2007 - The Return of the Master, The Crowded TARDIS, Being Nice to Each Other: Making 'The Keeper of Traken' and A New Body at Last. He appeared in this episode as the director of 'The Keeper of Traken' and 'Four to Doomsday'. He also provided the commentary for the DVD episode Four to Doomsday.
Tristan de Vere Cole directed 3 episodes in 1977. Directed 6 episodes of Doctor Who in 1968. He appeared as director for Cybermen the Early Years in a video docu short, archive footage in 1992. Was production assistant for three episodes of Doctor Who in 1966 but uncredited.
Gerry Mill directed 2 episodes for 1969. Was production assistant for 4 episodes of Doctor Who in 1966.
Ken Grieve for 2 episodes from 1974-1975. Was director of 4 episodes of Doctor Who in 1979. He appeared in 4 video docu shorts in 2007, The Dalek Tapes, Directing 'Who': Ken Grieve, A Matter of Time and Davros Connections. He also provided the commentary for Doctor Who DVD 'Destiny of the Daleks'.
Darrol Blake directed 2 episodes in 1977. Directed 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Stones of Blood story in 1978. Appeared on the video documentary as himself for Getting Blood from a Stone and A Matter of Time. He also provided the commentary for Who DVD The Stones of Blood.
Roger Cheveley directed 2 episodes in 1977. Was director of 10 episodes of Doctor Who in 1969. Appeared as himself in video documentary short War Zone: The End of an Era in 2009.
Kenny McBain directed 2 episodes in 1981. Directed four episodes of Doctor Who fro 1979 - 1980.
Gerald Blake directed 2 episodes in 1987. Directed 12 episodes of Doctor Who from 1972 to 1978.
Henry Foster directed 2 episodes in 2006.. Was production manager for 4 episodes of Doctor Who in 1982. Was production assistant on 8 episodes of Who from 1979 - 1980.
Michael Owen Morris directed 1 episode in 1994. Directed 2 episodes of Doctor Who: The Awakening parts 1 & 2 in 1984. Was production assistant for 4 episodes of Who in 1978. Appeared as himself and director for video docu short, Return to Little Hodcombe in 2011.
John Fay wrote 35 episodes from 2002-2007. Wrote three episodes of Torchwood from 2009 - 2011. Miracle Day: The Gathering, and Day 2 and 4 of Children of Earth.
Phil Ford wrote 7 episodes from 1997-2002. Wrote two episodes of Doctor Who from 2009 - 2014 - Into the Dalek and The Waters of Mars.
Wrote the video game Doctor Who: The Adventure Games: The Gunpowder Plot in 2011. Wrote 22 episodes of SJA from 2007 - 2011. , wrote The Adventure Games (video Games) - Shadows of the Vashta Nerada, Blood of the Cybermen and City of the Daleks in 2010. Wrote six episodes of Doctor Who: Dreamland mini series in 2009. Wrote Torchwood: Something Borrowed in 2008.
Was co-producer of 24 episodes of SJA from 2008 - 2009. Was script consultant on SJA: Alien Files in 2010. Appeared as himself for Torchwood Declassified episode - Something New in 2008, Is There Life on Mars? for Doctor Who Confidential series in 2009, and Into the Dalek in 2014 for Doctor Who Extra.
Barbara Clegg wrote 6 episodes in 1961. Wrote Doctor Who story Enlightenment parts 1 - 4 in 1983.
Frank Cottrell-Boyce wrote 4 episodes from 1991-1995. Wrote Doctor Who episode In The Forest of the Night, and has also written for the new series out in 2017, episode #10.2, credited as Frank Cottrell-Boyce.
Ray Dunbobbin wrote 3 episodes from 1962-1963. Played an Irongron Soldier in parts 1 & 2 of The Time Warrior and an Irongron Man in part 3, all of which were uncredited in 1973.
Gareth Roberts wrote 2 episodes from 1997-1998. Wrote six episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2014, and wrote for the characters 'Skullions' for the episode The Magician's Apprentice in 2015. Wrote 18 episodes of SJA from 2007 - 2011. Wrote one episode of Doctor Who: The 11th Regeneration series called Home Alone in 2009.
Wrote the SJA Comic Relief Special in 2009. Was writer of 13 episodes of Tardisodes in 2006. Wrote the video game Doctor Who: Attack of the Graske in 2005.
from 2003 - 2011, appeared in video docu shorts, Serial Thrillers, A Matter of Time, Celebration, Talking about Regeneration and The End of the Line? Appeared as himself and writer for 6 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential from 2007 - 2011, and appeared on The Culture Show in 2013 in the episode, Me, You and Doctor Who.
Has written Doctor Who novels for Virgin Publishing: The Highest Science, Tragedy Day, Zamper, The Romance of Crime, The English Way of Death and The Well Mannered War.
Dennis Spooner wrote 1 episode in 1961. Wrote 21 episodes of Doctor Who from 1964 - 1966. Born in Tottenham on 1 December, 1932, Dennis passed away on September 20th, 1986, just 53 years of age. He worked as the video editor for the Doctor Who: The Crusade video in 1999. Was story editor of 24 episodes of Doctor Who in 1965, and was script editor for 2 in 1965.
Brian Hayles wrote 1 episode in 1968. Wrote for the Ice Warriors character in Doctor Who Cold War in 2013. Wrote 30 episodes of Doctor Who from 1966 - 1974.
Paul Cornell wrote 1 episode in 1997. Wrote three episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2007, wrote the novel Human Nature which starred the Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy, for Virgin New Adventures in May 1995, it was later adapted into two episodes of Doctor Who Nu Series, starring 10th Doctor, David Tennant, and was for the Human Nature/Family of Blood two parter in 2007 story. In 2005 Paul wrote the Father's Day episode starring the 9th Doctor.
Paul wrote the 6 episodes of Scream of the Shalka in 2003. He appeared as himself 5 video docu shorts from 2005 - 2009: Terrance Dicks: Fact & Fiction, Waking the Dead, What Lies Beneath, Celebration and War Zone: The End of an Era, and Stripped For Action episode The Seventh Doctor in 2009, and 4 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential from 2005 - 2010.
Gerry Davis wrote unknown episodes. Was story editor on Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks in 2016. Was story editor for 62 episodes of Doctor Who from 1966-1967. Was the writer of the Cybermen characters in 11 episodes from 2006-2015. Was creator of the Cybermen for the Doctor Who Online Adventures episode Heart of Steel in 2013. Was uncredited for the character Cybermen in 6 episodes of the Doctor Who: Real Time series in 2002.The Cybermen were used by kind permission in 2002 for all six episodes. Wrote 8 episodes of Doctor Who from 1966- 1975, and 6 episodes from 1966-1967, including a teleplay in 1966.
Matt Jones was storyline writer for unknown episodes. Wrote Torchwood episode Dead Man walking in 2008. Wrote Doctor Who episode two parter, The Impossible Planet and The Satan Pit in 2006. Appeared as himself in the Torchwood Declassified episode Death Defying in 2008.
Helen Worth played Gail Platt for 1,915 episodes from 1974-2015. Played Mary Ashe in all six episodes of Doctor Who Colony in Space in 1971.
Thelma Barlow played Mavis Wilton for 464 episodes from 1971-1997. Played Lady Thaw in Doctor Who episode The Lazarus Experiment in 2007.
Michelle Collins played Stella Price for 447 episodes from 2011-2014. Played Kath McDonnell in Doctor Who episode 42 in 2007. Appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential episode Space Craft in 2007.
Bryan Mosley played Alf Roberts for 394 episodes from 1961-1999. Played Malpha in Doctor Who episode The Abandoned Planet in 1966 and was Prop Man, known as Buddy Windrush in The Feast of Steven in 1965.
John Savident played Fred Elliott for 310 episodes from 1994-2006. Played the Squire in the Doctor Who episode, part one of The Visitation in 1982. He was the voice of Pendle for the Big Finish audio Order of the Daleks.
Sarah Lancashire played Raquel Wolstenhulme for 286 episodes from 1987-2000. Played Miss Foster in Doctor Who episode Partners in Crime in 2008. Appeared as Miss Foster in Doctor Who Greatest Moments in the episode The Doctor in 2009.
Gray O'Brien played Tony Gordon for 285 episodes from 2007-2010. Played Rickston Slade in Doctor Who Christmas episode Voyage of the Damned in 2007.
Bruno Langley played Todd Grimshaw for 271 episodes from 2000-2015. Played Adam Mitchell in Doctor Who episodes Dalek and The Long Game in 2005. *clicks fingers* Appeared as Adam Mitchell for Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion in 2014, The Doctors Revisited episode The Ninth Doctor uncredited in 2013.
Bradley Walsh played Danny Baldwin for 269 episodes from 2004-2006. Played Old Bob, Elijah Spellman and The Pied Piper in the SJA double episode Day of the Clown in 2008. Appeared as The Entity uncredited in the SJA: Alien Files episode #1.2 in 2010. Was uncredited as the Clown/Pied Piper in SJA episode The Mad Woman in the Attic part 1 in 2009.
Ian Reddington played Vernon Tomlin for 233 episodes from 2005-2008. Played the Chief Clown in Doctor Who story (parts 1 - 4) The Greatest Show in the Galaxy from 1988 - 1989. Appeared as Chief Clown for two video docus Catflap and Little Girl Lost in 2007.
Geoffrey Hinsliff played Don Brennan for 241 episodes from 1963-1997. Played Fisk and Jack Tyler for 6 episodes of Doctor Who from 1977 - 1979.
Natalie Gumede played Kirsty Soames for 192 episodes from 2011-2013. Played Ashley in Doctor Who: Last Christmas in 2014. Appeared as herself in Doctor Who Extra episode Last Christmas in the same year.
Nigel Havers played Lewis Archer for 158 episodes from 2009-2013. Played Peter Dalton in The Sarah Jane Adventures episodes: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith parts 1 & 2 in 2009. Also played Peter Dalton for the SJA episode Death of a Doctor part 1 in 2010.
Anne Reid played Valerie Barlow for 144 episodes from 1961-1990.Played Florence Finnegan in Doctor Who episode Smith & Jones in 2007. She never went anywhere without a straw!!! Can you remember what kind of character she played? She appeared in the Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Doctor in 2009.
Sasha Behar played Maya Sharma for 123 episodes from 2003 - 2004. Played Spurrina in the Doctor Who episode The Fires of Pompeii in 2008.
Suranne Jones played Karen McDonald for 113 episodes from 1997-2004. Played Idris in Doctor Who episode The Doctor's Wife in 2011. Played Mona Lisa in SJA part 1 & 2 in Mona Lisa's Revenge in 2009. Was uncredited in the Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty in 2013. Was in the Doctor Who Confidential episode Bigger on the Inside in 2011 as herself. Was uncredited in the SJA: Alien Files episode #1.5 in 2010 as Mona Lisa. Was uncredited as Idris in The Woman of Doctor Who television documentary in 2012. Appeared uncredited in the episode of Doctor Who: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS as Idris in 2013. And was in the episode Tardis of Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion in 2014.
Will Thorp played Chris Gray for 108 episodes from 2010-2011. Played Toby Zed in Doctor Who two parter - The Impossible Planet and The Satan Pit in 2006. Appeared as himself in the Doctor Who Confidential episode Myths & Legends in 2006. Was uncredited as Tobias Zed in The Destinations of Doctor Who in 2012.
Sean Gallagher played Paul Connor for 103 episodes from 2006-2007. Played Chip in the Doctor Who episode New Earth in 2006.
Shirin Taylor played Jackie Ingram for 84 episodes from 1990-1992. Played a Customer and Camper in three episodes of Doctor Who from 1978 - 1987.
Appeared as the Camper fr Hammer Horror video short and Getting Blood from the Stones and Back to School played the customer all in 2007.
Craig Kelly played Luke Strong for 78 episodes in 2009. Was the voice of Joe in Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka in 2003, for all but episode 3.
Geoffrey Hughes played Eddie Yeats for 78 episodes from 1974-1987. Played Popplewick in part 13 & 14 of The Trial of a Time Lord in 1986. Was uncredited as Popplewick in The Making of the Trial of a Time Lord part 4 - The Ultimate Foe video docu short in 2008.
Andrew Dunn played Roger Stiles for 72 episodes from 2003-2008. Was the voice of Max in Doctor Who series Scream of the Shalka in episodes 1 4 and 5 in 2003.
Rhea Bailey played Caz Hammond for 72 episodes from 2015 - 2016. Played Jade in Torchwood episode Out of Time in 2006.
Frank Mills played Billy Williams for 60 episodes from 1995-1997. Played a Radio Telescope Director for episode one of Terror of the Autons in 1971.
Brian Hibbard played Doug Murray for 47 episodes from 1992-1993. Played Keillor in Doctor Who Delta and the Bannermen part 1 and 2 in 1987.
Elizabeth Tan played Xin Proctor for 46 episodes in 2011. Played Anna Zhou in Doctor Who episode Journey's End in 2008.
Ayesha Dharker played Tara Mandal for 54 episodes from 2008-2009. Played Solana Mercurio in Doctor Who episode Planet of the Ood in 2008. Appeared as herself in the Doctor Who Confidential episode Oods and Ends in 2008.
Edward de Souza played Colin Grimshaw for 38 episodes from 2008-2009. Played Marc Cory in Doctor Who Mission to the unknown in 1965. He appeared as Marc Cory in the video short Ian Levine: Mission to the Unknown in 2010.
William Travis played Neil Beckett for 37 episodes from 2008-2014. Played Roy in Torchwood: Small Worlds episode in 2006. Appeared as Will Travis in Torchwood Declassified episode Away with the Fairies in 2006.
Judy Holt played Lesley Kershaw for 36 episodes from 1991-2012. Played Sandra Mitchel in Doctor Who: The Long Game in 2005.
Rula Lenska played Claudia Colby for 34 episodes from 2009-2011. Played Styles in Doctor Who Resurrection of the Daleks part 1 & 2 in 1984. Played Styles for video documentary The Dalek Tapes in 2006.
Nigel Humphreys played Dickie Fleming for 32 episodes from 1968-1970. Played Bulic in Doctor Who story Warriors of the Deep, parts 1 - 4 in 1984. Appeared as Bulic in two video docu shorts in 2008 in They came From beneath the Sea and The Depths.
Ellie Haddington played Josie Clarke for 32 episodes from 1995-1996. Played Professor Docherty in Doctor Who Last of the Time Lords in 2007. 'Know your enemy.' Was uncredited as Professor Docherty in Doctor Who: The Companions tv documentary in 2013.
Mark Eden played Alan Bradley for 28 episodes from 1981-1989. Played Marco Polo in Doctor Who story Marco Polo for 7 episodes in 1964.
Susan Brown played Connie Clayton and Maureen Tully from 1985-2006. Played Bridget Spears in Torchwood Children of Earth for all 5 episodes in 2009.
David Daker played Gordon Lewis for 25 episodes from 1968-1985. Played Irongron and Rigg for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 1973 - 1979. Appeared as Irongron for The Lively Arts documentary episode Whose Dr. Who in 1977. Appeared as Irongron for Changing Time: Living and Leaving Doctor Who video docu in 2006. Appeared uncredited as Rigg in Doctor Who Confidential episode The Eleventh Doctor in 2009. And as Rigg in Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion in 2014.
Gareth Berliner played Macca for 22 episodes from 2014 - 2016. Played the Coachman in Doctor Who episode The Woman Who Lived in 2015.
Dicken Ashworth played Jeff Horton for 23 episodes from 1992-2000. Played Sezon in Doctor Who story Timelash parts 1 & 2 in 1985. Appeared in the video docu short The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in 2007 uncredited.
Marshall Lancaster played Slug for 19 episodes from 2006 - 2009. Played Buzzer in The Rebel Flesh and The Almost People in Doctor Who in 2011. Appeared in the Doctor Who Confidential episode Double Trouble as himself in the same year.
Donald Gee played Roger Crompton for 22 episodes from 1974-1995. Played Eckersley and Major Ian Warne for 12 episodes of Doctor Who from 1969 - 1974.
Chris Finch played Karl Foster for 22 episodes from 2003-2005. Played Time Lord Soldier in Doctor Who episode The Day of the Doctor in 2013. Was uncredited in The Last Day Doctor Who short as the same soldier again in 2013.
Milton Johns played Brendan Scott for 21 episodes from 1991-1993. Played Kelner, Benik and Guy Crayford for 15 episodes of Doctor Who from 1967 - 1978. In 4 video docu's he appeared as Castellan Kelner in A Matter of Time in 2007, The Ties that Bind Us in 2008 and The Rise and Fall of Gallifrey in 2008.
Malcolm Terris played Eric Firman for 24 episodes from 1994-1998. Played Co-Pilot for 4 episodes of The Horns of Nimon in 1980, and Etnin in The Dominators episode 1 in 1968. Appeared in 3 video docu shorts as the Co-Pilot uncredited in A New Beginning in 2004, credited in Are Friends Electric in 2007, and as Etnin in Recharge and Equalise in 2010.
Madhav Sharma played Prem Mandal for 18 episodes in 2008. Played Patel in Doctor Who episode Frontier in Space epi 3, in 1973.
Keith Drinkel played Bob for 18 episodes from 2001-2005. Played Flight Engineer Scobie in parts 1 - 4 of Time-Flight in 1982. Was uncredited in the video docu short episode Jurassic Larks: Time-Flight Studio Recordings in 2007.
Michael McStay played Alan Hoyle for 17 episodes in 2011. Played Derek Moberley in parts 1 & 2 of Doctor Who story The Seeds of Doom in 1976.
Naomi Ryan played Bobbi Lewis for 19 episodes from 2000-2002. Played Cassandra in Doctor Who: Asylum of the Daleks in 2012.
Catherine Cusack played Carmel Finnan for 16 episodes from 1992-1993. Played the Blue Kang Leader for the full 4 parts in Doctor Who story Paradise Towers in 1987.
Sharon Duce played Paula Carp for 16 episodes in 2009. Played Control in Doctor Who story Ghostlight, for parts 1 - 3 in 1989. Appeared as herself and Control in the video docu short Light in Dark Places in 2004.
Edward Evans played Lionel Petty for 16 episodes from 1965-1966. Played Ted Moss in parts 1 - 4 of Image of Fendahl in 1977. Appeared as Ted Moss in Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion in 2014.
Tony Osoba played Peter Ingram for 16 episodes from 1982-1990. Played Duke in Doctor Who episode Kill the Moon in 2014. In the classic series Osoba had played Lan and Kracauer for 6 episodes from 1979 to 1987.
He appeared as himself for Doctor Who Podcast episode Kill the Moon Special in 2014, and Doctor Who Extra for the same episode again in 2014. He appeared as himself in the Who Round with Toby Hadoke in 2013, in the episode Tony Osoba. He was uncredited in video short Little Girl Lost in 2007 and as Lan in The Dalek Tapes in 2006.
Michael Goldie played Bob Statham for 16 episodes from 1983-1988. Played Elton Laleham and Craddock for 6 episodes of Doctor Who in 1964 - 1968.
Caroline Berry played Valerie Phelan for 15 episodes from 2013-2014. Played a dinner lady in Doctor Who episode School Reunion in 2006.
Elizabeth Rider played Kathleen Gutteridge for 15 episodes from 1999-2006. Played Linda and the Atmos voice in Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor and The Sontaran Stratagem from 2008 - 2013. Played Mistress Ellen in SJA Lost in Time part 1 & 2 in 2010.
Jennifer Hennessy played Bernie Sayers for 14 episodes from 1997-2009.Played Valerie in Doctor Who episode Gridlock in 2007 and Moira in A Star in Her Eye in the new series in 2017.
Robin Wentworth played Arthur Dewhurst for 13 episodes from 1961-1969. Played Prof. Horner in Doctor Who The Daemons, episode 1 in 1971.
Christopher Coll played Victor Pendlebury for 13 episodes from 1978-1992. Played Stubbs and Phipps in Doctor Who The Mutants and The Seeds of Doom from 1969 - 1972. Appeared as Stubbs and Phipps in video docus Are Friends Electric in 2007, Race against Time in 2011 and Second Time Around: The Troughton Years in 2012.
Richard Shaw played Dan Johnson for 13 episodes in 1980. Played Lobos, Lakh and Cross in 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 1965 - 1978.
Edyta Budnik played Marta Zarek for 11 episodes in 2011. Played Adriana in SJA two parter The Man Who Never Was in 2011.
Donald Morley played Walter Fletcher for 12 episodes from 1961-1974. Played Jules Renan in 4 Doctor Who episodes in 1964.
Paul Copley played Ivor Priestley for 11 episodes from 1972-2007. Played Clement McDonald in Torchwood COE for 4 episodes in 2009. Was uncredited in Day 5.
John Collin played Douglas Pickens for 12 episodes from 1961-1979. Played Brock in Doctor Who story The Leisure Hive parts 1 - 4 in 1980.
Keith Barron played George Trench for 11 episodes in 2007. Played Captain Striker in Doctor Who story Enlightenment for all 4 episodes in 1983.
Rachel Davies played Donna Parker for 11 episodes from 1975-1976. Played Camilla in Doctor Who story State of Decay in all for parts in 1980. was in two video shorts in 2009 - Lalla's Wardrobe: A Frockumentary but uncredited, and The Vampire Lovers: The Making of 'State of Decay'.
William Lucas played Dennis Maxwell for 11 episodes from 1971-1996. Played Range in all four episodes of Doctor Who story Frontios in 1984.
Sir Ian McKellen played Mel Hutchwright for 10 episodes in 2005. Was the voice of the Great Intelligence in Doctor Who story The Snowmen in 2012. Appeared in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot in 2013.
Doreen Mantle played Joy Fishwick for 10 episodes from 2010-2011. Played Mrs Randall in SJA story Eye of the Gorgon parts 1 & 2 in 2007.
William Russell played Ted Sullivan for 10 episodes in 1992. He played Ian Chesterton in 77 episodes of Doctor Who from 1963 1965. In 2012 he appeared as Ian Chesterton for Planet of the Giants video short, and for video Doctor Who: The Crusade in 1999. Over the years William Russell has appeared in many video docu shorts from 1999 - 2013. Too many to list and mention.
Colin Prockter played Eddie Maddocks for 10 episodes from 1992-2008. Played Air Raid Warden in Doctor Who episode Victory of the Daleks in 2010, and Head Chef in The Long Game in 2005.
Glyn Owen played Norman Lindley for 10 episodes in 1965. Played Rohm-Dutt in Doctor Who story The Power of Kroll for episodes 1 - 3 in 1979. Was uncredited in episode 4. Played Rohm Dutt for video docu A Matter of Time in 2007.
Dave Hill played Tony Parsons for 10 episodes from 1970-1982. Was the voice of Nessican for episode Planet of Blood in the mini series Doctor Who: Death Comes to Time in 2002.
Niky Wardley played Jenny Sumner for 9 episodes in 2012. Played the receptionist in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot in 2013.
Syreeta Kumar played D.C. Leslie for 9 episodes in 2013. Played Nira Docherty in Torchwood episode Exit Wounds in 2008.
Richard Davies played Idris Hopkins for 9 episodes in 1974. Played Burton in Doctor Who story Delta and the Bannermen parts 1 - 3 in 1987.
Joseph Jacobs played Marcus Wrigley for 9 episodes from 1998-1999. Played a Guard in the Doctor Who episode The Pandorica Opens in 2010.
Trevor Martin played Arthur Whittaker for 9 episodes from 1966-1984. Played a Second Time Lord in Doctor Who in episode 10 of The War Games in 1969. From 2008 - 2014 appeared in video docu shorts - The Eise and Fall of Gallifrey, War Zone: The End of an Era, Down to Earth: Filming Spearhead from Space, Second Time Around: The Troughton Years and Doctor Who: The Utimate Companion.
Ravin J. Ganatra played Doctor for 8 episodes from 2008-2013. Played Neil in Torchwood episode Greeks Bearing Gifts in 2006. He was also the voice of Mahajan in Torchwood BBC Radio 4 play Golden Age.
John Woodvine played Alan Hoyle for 7 episodes from 1965 - 2010. Marshal in episodes 1 - 6 of The Armageddon Factor in 1979. In 2007 he appeared in three video docu shorts - Weird Science as The Marshal, Defining Shadows as Marshal and A Matter of Time as The Marshal/Colonel Sapt.
Fulton Mackay played Dr. Graham for 8 episodes in 1961. Played Dr Quinn in Doctor Who story Doctor Who and the Silurians in episodes 1 - 3 in 1970.
Ray Brooks played Norman Phillips for 8 episodes from 1963-1964. Played David in the Doctor Who movie Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150AD in 1966. Appeared uncredited for tv documentary Doctor Who: 30 years in the Tardis in 1993. In 2007 he appeared in the video docu short as David for Philip Madoc: A Villain for All Seasons.
Gilbert Wynne played Maurice Dodds for 8 episodes in 1981. Played the Old man in Torchwood: Miracle Day: The Gathering in 2011. In 1969 he played Thara in Doctor Who episodes 1 - 4 of The Krotons.
Nicky Ladanowski played Merle Jackson for 8 episodes from 2000-2003. Played Lisa Trotter in SJA episode Secrets to the Stars part 1 in 2008. He appeared as Thara for video docu War Zone: The End of an Era in 2009.
George Waring played Arnold Swain for 7 episodes from 1968-1981. Played Arden in Doctor Who story The Ice Warriors for 3 episodes in 1967.
Claire Cage played Defence Barrister for 7 episodes in 2014. Played David's Wife in Torchwood episode Sleeper in 2008. Check out our Interview with Claire http://projecttorchwood.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/interviews-claire-cage-interview.html
Annie Hulley played Gwen Loveday for 10 episodes from 1999-2000. Played a Newscaster in Doctor Who episode three of The Happiness Patrol in 1988.
Geraldine Alexander played D.S. Louise Surrey for 7 episodes in 2007. Played Areta in Doctor Who two parter Vengeance on Varos in 1985.
Nicholas Asbury played Alastair Burton and a Vet for 7 episodes from 2011 - 2016. He played Etoine in Doctor Who episode The Zygon Inversion in 2015.
Michael Dixon played Chris Pitcher for 7 episodes in 2006. Played Davein Doctor Who episode The Rings of Akhaten in 2013.
Roger Ashton-Griffiths played Neurosurgeon for 7 episodes from 2014-2015. Played Quayle in Doctor Who episode Robot of Sherwood in 2014. Played Mr Garrett in Torchwood Random Shoes in 2006.
Callen Angelo played Gary Strauss for 7 episodes from 1967-1970. Played Terry Cutler in Doctor Who episodes 3 and 4 of The Tenth Planet in 1966.
Colette O'Neil played Ruth Winter for 7 episodes in 1966. Played Tanha in Doctor Who story Snakedance for parts 1 - 4 in 1983. Appeared in video short docu Snake Charmer: The Making of 'Snakedance' as Tanha.
John Tordoff played Norman Hill for 7 episodes from 1978-1999. Played Alec Leeson in Doctor Who episode four of Colony in Space in 1971.
Maureen Lipman played Lillian Spencer for 6 episodes in 2002. Played The Wire in Doctor Who episode The Idiot's Lantern in 2006. Appeared as herself in the Doctor Who Confidential episode The Writer's Tale in 2006.