Happy 49th birthday Doctor Who! - original Radio Times feature and TV billing
Join us as we say - Happy 49th Anniversary Doctor Who! http://bbc.in/Wn7it1
Happy Birthday Steven Moffat!
We thought this was queued but it wasn’t.
Happy Belated Birthday Mr. Moffat! (November 18th!)
"I love humans. Always seeing patterns in things that aren’t there." Happy Birthday Paul McGann!
(via Doctor Who Facebook)
Matt’s birthday is today, October 28!
Sunday (October 28) is Matt’s 30th birthday so the cast and crew secretly assembled to give him a birthday surprise.
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.
Today marks the birthday of Patrick Troughton (1920 - 1987), best known to Whovians as the Second Doctor.
This is why I love 9. Also Happy Birthday Chris!
DOB: February 16, 1964
He’s my favorite Doctor Who, no slight to anyone else who’s played him (not a bad one in the bunch of them - which is 11 at present count). He’s the guy who helped re-invent the franchise, making the Doctor cool and bizarre and fun again. He left after one season, not wanting to be typecast, breaking many a fan’s heart in the process.
Thomas Stewart Baker was born on January 20, 1934 in Liverpool, England. He is, of course, best known for his work on the BBC series Doctor Whofrom 1974 until 1981. To date, his portrayal of the fourth incarnation of The Doctor is the longest in the show’s history.
After his run on Doctor Who, Baker appeared on the BBC radio and television series Little Britain and portrayed Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of the Baskervilles in 1982. He has also written an autobiography, Who on Earth is Tom Baker, which was published in 1997.