For almost 60 years, Doctor Who has continued a staple of British television. Accordingly, let’s get in our mini TARDISes and take off back through the exhibit’s extended record and recall who once appeared on Doctor Who.
Since he played Eduardo Saverin in The Social System, Desmond Doss in Hacksaw Ridge, or Peter Parker/Spider-man in The Amazing Spider-Man films, Andrew Garfield was a growing British talent who divided in a big way when he appeared in two Season 3 episodes of Doctor Who.
Early she became an Oscar competitor through her achievement in 2014’s The Theory of Everything, and before she was noticed in a galaxy far, distant away in 2016’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Felicity Jones could be recognized in Doctor Who’s Season 4, Episode 7, “The Unicorn and the Wasp.”
Since she came to be an Oscar-winning actress through her extraordinary performance in The Favourite, and generously before she took over the major role on Netflix’s The Crown, Olivia Colman was a hard-working personality actress who accredited some movies and television exhibits to her name throughout the years. One particular show was Doctor Who, where Colman played a mother and an aspect of Patient Zero in the main episode of Season 5, “The Eleventh Hour.”
Presently, James Corden has given rise to a splash stateside through The Late Late Show with James Corden and Carpool Karaoke, but the actor/television attitude main accumulated significance in the U.K., and it shouldn’t be a surprise to know that he showed in an episode of Doctor Who.
Previously she became an Oscar-nominated actress for An Education and seemed in movies like Never Let Me Go, Shame, The Great Gatsby, and Inside Llewyn Davis, Carey Mulligan could be recognized in the 2007 Doctor Who episode, “Blink.”
Earlier he came to be an Oscar-nominated actor gave rise to famous for his main role in Jordan Peele’s wonderful Get Out, as well as stellar performances in Widow, Black Panther, and, most recently, Queen & Slim, Daniel Kaluuya had a well-known role in the Doctor Who episode, “Fifteen Million Merits,” as Bingham “Bing” Madsen.