David Essex As The Doctor

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David Essex As The Doctor

Postby philipdalton on February 4th, 2012, 6:57 pm

Over the years everyone's favourite Time Lord has been played by a variety of actors young and old. I've come up with a suggestion that perhaps one day he could be played by an actor in his sixties who's also a pop singer, probably at the height of his fame at the start of your 'Doctor Who' career. Dave could make a rather timid Time Lord; if pursued by an aggressive looking alien creature he could suddenly grab hold of his assistant shouting "For goodness sake, hold me close, don't let me go!" Do you have an opinion on this & if so is there anyone in control of things at the BBC you could mention it to?
P.S. I found out yesterday it's not just my idea there's a group on Facebook who want him to play everyone's favourite Gallifreyan as well
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Re: David Essex As The Doctor

Postby Tom Baker on February 29th, 2012, 10:27 pm

Dear Philip,

Sounds a great idea. And if the BBC could clear copyright he could talk entirely in the lovely lyrics of great songs and the villains talk back in the lyrics of terrible songs.

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