David Tennant David Tennant au Comic-Con 2009. David Tennant est un acteur britannique, né le à Bathgate (Écosse). Il est principalement connu pour avoir interprété le dixième Docteur dans la série Doctor Who. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Jeunesse[modifier | modifier le code] Fan de la série britannique Doctor Who, il annonce à ses parents son désir de devenir acteur à l'âge de trois ans. Débuts professionnels[modifier | modifier le code] Il entre sur audition à la Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama de Glasgow à seize ans, devenant ainsi l'un des plus jeunes acteurs à y être inscrit.
Il commence à se produire sous le pseudonyme de David Tennant (le nom de David McDonald étant déjà pris par un autre comédien), en référence à Neil Tennant, le chanteur principal des Pet Shop Boys. Doctor Who: Children in Need Special 2005. Comic Relief - Catherine Tate & David Tennant. Doctor Who - Children In Need Special: 'Time Crash' 2007. David Tennant & John Barrowman Kiss - SD Comic Con '09. Doctor Who BBC One Christmas Ident 2009 with David Tennant. Matt Smith (actor) Smith initially aspired to be a professional footballer, but spondylosis forced him out of the sport. After joining the National Youth Theatre and studying Drama and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia, he became an actor in 2003, performing in plays like Murder in the Cathedral, Fresh Kills, The History Boys and On the Shore of the Wide World in London theatres.
Extending his repertoire into West End theatre, he has since performed in the stage adaptation of Swimming with Sharks with Christian Slater, followed a year later by a critically acclaimed performance as Henry in That Face. After leaving school, Smith studied drama and creative writing at the University of East Anglia, graduating in 2005. His first theatre roles as part of the National Youth Theatre were Thomas Becket in Murder in the Cathedral and Basoon in The Master and Margarita.
In an interview in 2007, Smith discussed his character's motivations. Doctor Who: Series 5 First Look BBC One Trailer. Blogtor Who. Thousands of Doctor Who fans complain over Norton tra. Doctor Who fans objected to programme trail More than five thousand Doctor Who fans have complained to the BBC claiming the ending of Saturday night's episode was ruined by a trailer for the next show.
The on-screen caption featured an animated cartoon of presenter Graham Norton, host of Over the Rainbow. It appeared as The Doctor, played by Matt Smith, was making an emotional speech during the story's cliffhanger ending for The Time of Angels. A BBC spokesman said the trail "should not have been played out on Saturday. " "We apologise to all Doctor Who fans whose enjoyment of the show was disrupted. "We recognise the strength of feeling that has been expressed and are taking steps to ensure that this mistake will not happen again," he added. The trailer was seen by millions of viewers watching BBC One. So far, 5,583 viewers have contacted the BBC over the incident. BBC says sorry for Doctor Who's Graham Norton blunder.
The corporation conceded the "banner" - featuring an image of Graham Norton - which popped up during the show - should not have been screened.
Annoying: a graphic version of Graham Norton popped up during the climax of Saturday's Doctor Who Around 5,600 viewers complained about the image which they say spoiled the drama as the latest Time Lord adventure reached its peak. The banner was plugging the edition of Over The Rainbow which followed the hit show, starring Matt Smith as The Doctor. It appeared just seconds before a cliff-hanger ending as The Doctor's pals were being pursued by the spooky weeping angels. Gaga for Doctor Who. Doctor Who Crack Appears in Space. Well, the crack didn’t really just appear in space; it’s an image from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope from several years ago.
It was notable at the time for looking like a snake slithering across the Milky Way, but the crack is actually a “core of a thick, sooty cloud large enough to swallow dozens of solar systems.” But then last week an astronomy blog posted the image as its picture of the day, again finding it interesting for being a “ghost snake.” However, some Doctor Who fans saw the image and were reminded of something else: a crack (warning: spoilers!) Doctor + Master breif history by ~Elyssiel on deviantART.