Cast members who have played minor roles in the televised Doctor Who universe who have gone on to play major ones (and vice versa). No other show has as dedicated or rich a history of reusing talent, and it really wouldn’t be the same without it.
This doesn’t even include people like Lohn Levene, whose face was hidden when he played Cybermen and Yetis before taking on the recurring role of Sergeant Benton; or Naoko Mori, whose earlier appearance in Doctor Who was retconned into being Toshiko Sato, the same character she plays in Torchwood; or the dozens upon dozens of people who have played aliens and multiple one-off characters in a variety of stories throughout the show’s history, in both the classic and new eras (sometimes even both).
That would be nigh on impossible.
Doctor Who Meme ; Nine Scenes [1/9]
↳One and Barbara make-up in “The Edge of Destruction”
is that a fucking monoid on the right
Rewatched “Tomb of the Cybermen” tonight! Old school Cybermen were creepy as flip.
Also, Victoria. So useless.
The Second Doctor in The Invasion
Christmas in the TARDIS with Steven and Dodo. Because they don’t get enough love.
The Doctor’s sixth body was supposed to be Dr. Seuss, but Colin Baker refused, because he didn’t want to have to speak in rhyme all the time.
PETITION To Name Planet GALLIFREY in Honour of #DoctorWho50th ! @IAU_Outreach @Change @bbcdoctorwho #GallifreyFound @TheJackAnty
A collection of facial expressions I enjoy greatly —> [15/?]
Classic Who // New Who Parallels 50th Anniversary Part 11