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List of guest appearances in Doctor Who

This is a list of actors who have made guest appearances in Doctor Who. These actors were well-known names at the time of their appearance in the series, which frequently caused interest in the media towards the latest story. Actors who became famous after their Doctor Who appearance are not present in this list.

Contents

First Doctor storiesEdit

Second Doctor storiesEdit

Third Doctor storiesEdit

Actor Serial/s Character/s
Ingrid Pitt[5] The Time Monster Queen Galleia

Fourth Doctor storiesEdit

Actor Serial/s Character/s
Eleanor Bron[6] City of Death Art Gallery Visitor
John Cleese[7] City of Death Art critic
Julian Glover[8] City of Death Count/Scaroth
Beatrix Lehmann[9] The Stones of Blood Prof. Emilia Rumford

Fifth Doctor storiesEdit

Actor Serial/s Character/s
Peter Gilmore[10] Frontios Brazen
Leee John[11] Enlightenment Mansell
Burt Kwouk[12] Four to Doomsday Lin Futu
Ingrid Pitt Warriors of the Deep Dr Solow
Beryl Reid[13] Earthshock Briggs
Richard Todd Kinda Sanders
Peter Wyngarde[11] Planet of Fire Timanov

Sixth Doctor storiesEdit

Actor Serial/s Characters
Honor Blackman [14] The Trial of a Time Lord: Terror of the Vervoids Professor Lasky
Brian Blessed[15] The Trial of a Time Lord: Mindwarp Yrcanos
Faith Brown[16] Attack of the Cybermen Flast
Maurice Denham OBE[17] The Twin Dilemma Azmael/Professor Edgeworth
Alexei Sayle[18] Revelation of the Daleks D.J.
Joan Sims[19] The Trial of a Time Lord: The Mysterious Planet Katryca

Seventh Doctor storiesEdit

Actor Serial/s Character/s
Richard Briers[20] Paradise Towers Chief Caretaker
Ken Dodd[21] Delta and the Bannermen Tollmaster
Dolores Gray Silver Nemesis Mrs. Remington
Hale and Pace[22] Survival Len and Harvey

Eighth Doctor television movieEdit

Actor Television movie Character
Eric Roberts[23] Doctor Who The Master

Ninth Doctor storiesEdit

Tenth Doctor storiesEdit

Eleventh Doctor storiesEdit

Twelfth Doctor storiesEdit

Thirteenth Doctor StoriesEdit

Actor Episode Character
Lee Mack[47] "Kerblam!" Dan
Art Malik[48] The Ghost Monument Ilin

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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