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Freema Agyeman

Freema Agyeman
Martha Jones
20th March 1979 to

Freema Agyman played the role of Martha Jones, a companion to the Tenth Doctor and also a temporary member of both Torchwood Three and UNIT. She changed the spelling of her first name upon beginning her professional acting career in order to avoid pronunciation errors. She was born to Ghanaian and Iranian parents.–TARDIS Index File, the Doctor Who Wiki

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John Barrowman

John Barrowman
Captain Jack Harkness
11th March 1967 to

John Barrowman [born in Glasgow] appeared as Captain Jack Harkness, beginning in "DW: The Empty Child," in 2005, leaving the series after the Series 1 finale, "The Parting of the Ways." Barrowman subsequently portrayed Captain Jack in a spin-off series, Torchwood, which premiered in Autumn 2006 and has to date aired three seasons, the most recent in 2009. Barrowman has also reprised Captain Jack in several episodes of Doctor Who in 2007 and 2008, in a number of audio dramas produced for BBC Radio, and the character also narrated the BBC Website feature The Monster Files until Matt Smith took the role as the Doctor, after which Alex Kingston began narrating them.–TARDIS Index File, the Doctor Who Wiki

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Alex Kingston

Alex Kingston
River Song
11th March 1963 to

Alexandra "Alex" Kingston plays River Song in Doctor Who, beginning with "DW: Silence in the Library"/"Forest of the Dead" in Series 4 and then in further episodes later on. An actress trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, Kingston is best known internationally for her role as Dr. Elizabeth Corday in the US TV series ER and the title role in the 1996 miniseries The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders.–TARDIS Index File, the Doctor Who Wiki

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Roger Delgado

Roger Delgado
The Master
1st March 1918 to 18th June 1973

Roger Delgado [born Roger Caesar Marius Bernard de Delgado Torres Castillo Roberto] was the first actor to appear as the Master in Doctor Who. He was born in Whitechapel, London; his mother was Spanish and his father French. Delgado often remarked to Jon Pertwee, a close friend, that this made him a true cockney, as he was born within the sound of the Bow Bells.

[...] His saturnine looks meant that he was frequently cast as a villain, and he appeared in many noted British action-adventure TV series of the 1960s, including The Avengers, The Champions, Danger Man, The Saint, The Power Game, Crossfire and Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased). His film roles included one of the members of the title organization in The Assassination Bureau, starring Diana Rigg and Oliver Reed.–TARDIS Index File, the Doctor Who Wiki

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Christopher Eccleston

Christopher Eccleston
The Ninth Doctor
16th February 1964 to

Christopher Eccleston [born in Salford, Lancashire] is an English stage, film and television actor. His films include Let Him Have It, Shallow Grave, Elizabeth, 28 Days Later, Gone in 60 Seconds, The Others, and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. In 2005, he became the ninth incarnation of The Doctor in the British television series Doctor Who [from episodes Rose to The Parting of the Ways.]–Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Elisabeth Sladen

Elisabeth Sladen
Sarah Jane Smith
1st February 1948 to 19th April 2011

Elisabeth Sladen played Sarah Jane Smith. She appeared as a regular on Doctor Who with both Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker, and also appeared in the pilot for the spin-off series, K9 and Company. Most recently, she reprised her role as Sarah Jane both on Doctor Who and in its spin-off series, The Sarah Jane Adventures.–TARDIS Index File, the Doctor Who Wiki

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Tom Baker

Tom Baker
The Fourth Doctor
20th January 1934 to

Tom Baker [born Thomas Stewart Baker in Liverpool, England] played the fourth incarnation of the Doctor from 1974 to 1981, beginning with an uncredited appearance at the conclusion of "Planet of the Spiders", continuing from "Robot" to "Logopolis." He later reprised the role in the thirtieth anniversary Children in Need special, "Dimensions in Time" and a series of audiobooks. It is the role with which he remains most associated.–TARDIS Index File, the Doctor Who Wiki

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William Hartnell

William Hartnell
The First Doctor
8th January 1908 to 23th April 1975

William "Bill" Hartnell portrayed the first incarnation of The Doctor. For many, he remains the definitive portrayal of the character. Elements of his portrayal are evident in the performances of all his successors on the television series and beyond.–TARDIS Index File, the Doctor Who Wiki

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