Doctor Who: Jodie Whittaker on Playing the First Female Doctor
Following the announcement that Jodie Whittaker is to play the next Doctor in Doctor Who, the actress has been opened up about how it feels to take on such an iconic role. After many months of speculation – including whether the BBC would ever actually cast a woman in the role – the successor to Peter Capaldi’s Doctor was announced after the Men’s Wimbledon Final on BBC 1, followed swiftly by simultaneous announcements across all of the BBC’s social media platforms.
Whittaker is best known for her performances in the movie Attack the Block, and the TV shows Cranford, and Broadchurch, where she starred as grieving parent, ...
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