Sorry we’re a day late. We tried to watch every awesome series that you’ve been in, and failed miserably. There’s just not enough time in
our lives the day.
Here’s hoping you continue to invade our fandoms for many more years to come.
Mark Sheppard and five others have been added to the line-up of Doctor Who Convention, BBC Worldwide announced today. The actor, who played the role of Agent Canton Delaware III in the opening episodes of Doctor Who’s sixth series, has appeared in a number of perennial science fiction shows, including “Firefly” and “Supernatural”.
The other additions are as follows: Nick Briggs, voice of the Daleks; Neil Gorton, a visual effects specialist from MillenniumFX; Ian McNeice, who portrayed Winston Churchill; and Raquel Cassidy, who played Cleaves in The Almost People and The Rebel Flesh. They join a list of appearances already including Matt Smith, Steven Moffat, and Arthur Darvill.
“I grew up watching Doctor Who, and the fans are a huge part of what really makes the show so very special,” Sheppard is quoted as saying. “I can’t wait to come back to Cardiff for this unprecedented behind-the-scenes event - a unique chance for fans to meet the amazing people responsible for so much of the show we all love and get to experience their talent and creativity in a totally new way.”
Why is it always my turn?
The Doctor: Exactly! Whatever they think we might be doing in here, they know we’re not going anywhere. Shall we?
I’m just making gifs of Canton like it’s my job, no big deal…