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British actor John Simm says the upcoming two-part Doctor Who Christmas special is a brilliant send-off for outgoing star, David Tennant. Tennant announced this year he would be leaving the long-running science-fiction series. Matt Smith is to take over the role of the iconic time and space traveler.
The name of the 11th actor to play the iconic British television character Doctor Who is to be revealed shortly, the BBC said. The decision regarding who will take over the role from outgoing star David Tennant is expected to be announced Saturday on a Doctor Who Confidential special. Tennant said in October he planned to leave the long-running science-fiction series after shooting four special episodes in 2009.
Outgoing "Doctor Who" star David Tennant says British actress and pop singer Billie Piper could be the next titular Time Lord on the series. Tennant recently announced he was leaving the science-fiction show after he wraps several specials set to air in 2009.
Scottish actor David Tennant has announced he is leaving the beloved science fiction television drama "Doctor Who." Tennant, who has been playing "the doctor" since 2005, is to leave the British series after this year's Christmas episode and four 2009 specials, the BBC said.
LOOK who's all dressed up as Shakespeare's Hamlet. If you didn't know already, David Tennant - best-known as TV's Dr Who - is playing the prince of Denmark at Stratford and fans are said to be paying up to pounds 1,000 on eBay to get hold of tickets.
DOCTOR Who star David Tennant was left wishing he could really travel back in time after an embarrassing tape of an early audition turned up.
MILLIONS of TV viewers were last night asking - Doctor Who? The identity of the Timelord for the next outing of the popular BBC sci-fi show was up in the air at the series finale.
Actor David Tennant appears to be retaining the title role in Doctor Who, the storyline of the British TV series' season finale portends.
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