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A List Of The Men WHO Officially Were The Doctor

1) William Hartnell

2) Patrick Troughton

3) Jon Pertwee

4) Tom Baker

5) Peter Davison

6) Colin Baker

7) Sylvester McCoy

8) Paul McGann

9) Christopher Eccleston

10) David Tennant

11) Matt Smith

Other Doctors
Actor Medium Title Dates Role
Edmund Warwick Television The Chase Episodes 4 (Journey into Terror) and 5 (The Death of Doctor Who) June 12, 1965 and June 19, 1965 Robot First Doctor 1
Peter Cushing Film Dr. Who and the Daleks June 25, 1965 Dr. Who
Film Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 AD July 22, 1966 Dr. Who
Trevor Martin Stage Doctor Who and the Daleks in the Seven Keys to Doomsday December 16, 1974 to January 1975 The Fourth Doctor (shown on stage to be regenerated from the Jon Pertwee Third Doctor)
Adrian Gibbs Television Logopolis February 28, 1981 to March 21, 1981 The Watcher (said to be a manifestation of the Doctor bridging his fourth and fifth incarnations; he merges with the Fourth Doctor as he regenerates into the Fifth Doctor)
Richard Hurndall Television The Five Doctors November 23, 1983 The First Doctor (standing in for the late William Hartnell)
Michael Jayston Television The Trial of a Time Lord September 6 to December 6, 1986 The Valeyard (said to be a future evil incarnation of the Doctor, existing between his twelfth and final incarnation)
Audio He Jests at Scars... September 2003 The Valeyard
David Banks Stage Doctor Who - The Ultimate Adventure April 29, 1989 The Doctor (understudy for Jon Pertwee; performed as the Doctor for two performances when Pertwee fell ill)
Rowan Atkinson Television Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death March 12, 1999 The Ninth Doctor (spoof version... modelled on the style of the then-current Paul McGann's Doctor)
Richard E. Grant Television Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death March 12, 1999 The Tenth Doctor (spoof version)
Webcast Scream of the Shalka November 13 to December 18, 2003 The unofficial Ninth Doctor
Jim Broadbent Television Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death March 12, 1999 The Eleventh Doctor (spoof version) 2
Hugh Grant Television Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death March 12, 1999 The Twelfth Doctor (spoof version)
Joanna Lumley Television Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death March 12, 1999 The Thirteenth Doctor (spoof version)
Mark Gatiss Television The Web of Caves November 13, 1999 The Doctor (spoof version)
Geoffrey Bayldon Audio Auld Mortality May 2003 Alternative Doctor (possibly first)
Audio A Storm of Angels January 2005 Alternative Doctor (possibly first)
David Warner Audio Sympathy for the Devil June 2003 Alternative Doctor (possibly third)
Audio The Dark Palace 2006 Alternative Doctor (possibly third)
David Collings Audio Full Fathom Five August 2003 Alternative Doctor
Ian Brooker Audio Full Fathom Five August 2003 Alternative Doctor (uncredited)
Derek Jacobi Audio Deadline September 2003 A possibly delusional writer who believes he is the Doctor
Nicholas Briggs Audio Exile September 2003 The previous incarnation of Arabella Weir's Doctor (possibly second) 3
Arabella Weir Audio Exile September 2003 Alternative Doctor (possibly third)
Jon Culshaw Audio The Kingmaker April 2006 The Fourth and Tenth Doctors. 4

Footnotes

  • 1 Warwick was also William Hartnell's stand-in and stunt man.
  • 2 Broadbent previously played the Doctor in a Victoria Wood As Seen On TV sketch.
  • 3 Briggs had previously played the Doctor in a series of fan-made audio stories for Audio Visuals. He appeared in all but the pilot, in which the Doctor was voiced by Stephen Payne.
  • 4 Culshaw also did his Fourth Doctor impressions, and currently does Tenth Doctor impressions in the radio and television series Dead Ringers. He also did impressions of Christopher Eccleston.
And some cartoon WHOs for your enjoyment:

First, the Originals ... so to speak.

Second, now the rest:

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Kurt Lewis Cartoons - DR WHO

[Website where I found them.]

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My Second Best Dr Who Link
K9's Home Page My Companion Fan Web Site

And ... A Groovie Web Site With Dr Who Sounds

The LARGEST Dr Who WAV Archive on The Net - The *NEW* Website.


I knew a man who solved the insoluble by the strangest means. He seemed to see the threads that bind the universe together, and have the ability to mend them when they break. A little of a Savant, I think; and a bit of a mystic too; but much more of something quite different.


Zastor to his fellow Tigellans ... speaking of the Fourth Doctor. (Meglos)



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