BBC News: Matt Smith exit prompts Doctor Who speculation

The news that Matt Smith is to leave his role in Doctor Who at the end of 2013 has already prompted speculation on the identity of his replacement.
A host of names have been suggested in Sunday’s papers, among them Idris Elba, Dame Helen Mirren and John Hurt.

Also included in their list: David Harewood, Rupert Grint, Russell Tovey, Ben Whishaw, Billie Piper, Colin Morgan, and Tom Hiddleston
We have to say that the speculation so far on the twelfth doctor Tumblr tag has been smarter and more well considered and a lot more entertaining than what we’re reading in the press.
So keep it going.
In case you missed Saturday’s news, The BBC has announced that Matt Smith is to leave Doctor Who after four years on the show.

BBC News: Matt Smith exit prompts Doctor Who speculation

The news that Matt Smith is to leave his role in Doctor Who at the end of 2013 has already prompted speculation on the identity of his replacement.

A host of names have been suggested in Sunday’s papers, among them Idris Elba, Dame Helen Mirren and John Hurt.

Also included in their list: David Harewood, Rupert Grint, Russell Tovey, Ben Whishaw, Billie Piper, Colin Morgan, and Tom Hiddleston

We have to say that the speculation so far on the twelfth doctor Tumblr tag has been smarter and more well considered and a lot more entertaining than what we’re reading in the press.

So keep it going.

In case you missed Saturday’s news, The BBC has announced that Matt Smith is to leave Doctor Who after four years on the show.

Ashley Walters on his Doctor Who role: you’ll see more of the Tardis than ever before | Radio Times
Ashley Walters (best known as So Solid Crew member Asher D) first earned his acting stripes as a youngster on long-running teenage soap Grange Hill, before graduating to BBC’s Hustle and last year’s Channel 4 drama Top Boy. But next year sees his most exciting role to date: a cameo in Doctor Who.
Speaking to RadioTimes.com, Ashley revealed he finished filming his episode - Journey to the Centre of the Tardis - two weeks ago. “You can’t beat being in Doctor Who - it’s something I’ve grown up with my whole life and working with Matt Smith was amazing. He’s a really, really good actor and just being a part of that huge BBC franchise was an incredible thing. And Jenna Louise Coleman is really good at what she does - it seems like she’s enjoying her job and I loved working with her.”

Ashley Walters on his Doctor Who role: you’ll see more of the Tardis than ever before | Radio Times

Ashley Walters (best known as So Solid Crew member Asher D) first earned his acting stripes as a youngster on long-running teenage soap Grange Hill, before graduating to BBC’s Hustle and last year’s Channel 4 drama Top Boy. But next year sees his most exciting role to date: a cameo in Doctor Who.

Speaking to RadioTimes.com, Ashley revealed he finished filming his episode - Journey to the Centre of the Tardis - two weeks ago. “You can’t beat being in Doctor Who - it’s something I’ve grown up with my whole life and working with Matt Smith was amazing. He’s a really, really good actor and just being a part of that huge BBC franchise was an incredible thing. And Jenna Louise Coleman is really good at what she does - it seems like she’s enjoying her job and I loved working with her.”




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