Panic. Just consistent panic.

-Matt Smith’s thoughts during his first time on the Doctor Who set

Read the entire interview here.

(Source: tvguide, via thatbluebox)

When I started on Doctor Who, Matt said to me, ‘Watch Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy films!’ - we were talking about our dynamic and trying to figure it out, realizing we were a double act. It’s trying to find each other’s rhythm… so watching things like Spencer Tracy films really fed into that. Matt always said it’s about physically finding our rhythm. In a way the whole thing is like a dance, and the moment we started dancing together and finding that rhythm is when it worked.
Jenna Coleman on ‘Doctor Who’ dynamic: ‘It’s like a dance’ - Digital Spy

Two 'Doctor Who' themed classes at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts in Australia

via the Doctor Who Facebook Page:

Fancy having a go at writing an episode of Doctor Who or learning more about acting on screen? Check out the National Institute of Dramatic Art’s Doctor Who themed courses in January (there’s also a $50 discount if you book before the end of today):

Screen Acting - http://bit.ly/VkahBC
Write a Doctor Who episode - http://bit.ly/YAfdKa

[Doctor Who is] too much of a source of happiness. I was never really happy until I became Doctor Who. At the same time although, it’s the loveliest job I ever had, it essentially killed my career stone dead because I suddenly realised I liked being Doctor Who more than anything that had ever happened to me.
Tom Baker in Q&A with ‘Doctor Who’ stars: The five Doctors

“I quite like the transitions of being an actor, because you get to explore these little pockets of life. So if you’re playing a builder you get to know about building, if you’re playing a scientist or a physician or something you get to know about physics. And similarly with this world I like exploring their culture, that very sort of upper middle class, addictive… that’s part of the reason I love it.” -Matt Smith, 2008

“I quite like the transitions of being an actor, because you get to explore these little pockets of life. So if you’re playing a builder you get to know about building, if you’re playing a scientist or a physician or something you get to know about physics. And similarly with this world I like exploring their culture, that very sort of upper middle class, addictive… that’s part of the reason I love it.” -Matt Smith, 2008

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