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Gallery of Doctor Who through the Years

Dr. Who No. 1

Dr. Who No. 2

Dr. Who No. 3

William Hartnell
 (1963-66)
Patrick Troughton
 (1966-69)
Jon Pertwee
(1970-74)
Dr. Who No. 4 Dr. Who No. 5 Dr. Who No. 6
Tom Baker
(1974-81)
Peter Davison
(1982-84)
Colin Baker
(1984-86)

Dr. Who No. 7

Dr. Who No. 8

Dr. Who 9

Sylvester McCoy
(1987-89)
Paul McGann
 (1996)
Christopher Eccleston (2005)

When the Doctor finally was caught by his fellow Time Lords, he was exiled to the 20th Century Earth for an indefinite period of time as punishment. At the conclusion of episode No. 65 "The Three Doctors," the Time Lords modified their stance on non-intervention and allowed the Doctor to travel through time battling evil and righting wrongs. In a later episode, the Doctor (Tom Baker) had a talking robot dog that resembled a toaster on wheels called "K-9" who assisted him on his adventures.

In all of his journeys, the Doctor was accompanied by an assistant or companion of some kind including:

  • Carole Ann Ford as Susan Foreman, the Doctor's teenage niece;
  • Jacqueline Hill as Barbara Wright and William Russell as Ian Chesterton, Susan's teacher's;
  • Maureen O'Brien as Vicki, a castaway from the Planet Dido rescued by the Doctor;
  • Peter Purves as Steven Taylor, an astronaut the Doctor rescued from a killer robot;
  • Adrienne Hill as Katarina from the ancient Greek Battle of Troy;
  • Jean Marsh as Sara Kingdom, a forty-first century secret agent;
  • Jackie Lane as Dodo Chaplet, a cockney teenager who accidentally entered the TARDIS thinking it was a police box;
  • Anneke Willis as Polly and Michael Craze as Ben Jackson, two Earthers who helped the Doctor defeat Woton the supercomputer;
  • Frazer Hines as Jamie McCrimmon, a Scotsman from 1745;
  • Deborah Watling as Victoria Waterfield, the daughter of a scientist who saved the Doctor's life;
  • Zoe Herriett as Wendy Padbury, a computer scientist who helped the Doctor battle the Cyberman;
  • Caroline John as Liz Shaw, a research scientist who helped the Doctor while he was exiled on Earth;
  • Katy Manning as Jo Grant, a member of UNIT;
  • Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith, a freelance journalist;
  • Ian Marter as Harry Sullivan, a Royal Navy Lieutenant and member of UNIT;
  • Louise Jameson as Leela, a tribal Sevateen warrior;
  • Mary Tramm as Romana, a female Time Lord who helped the Doctor find the Key of Time;
  • Lalla Ward as Romana, a regeneration of the earlier Romana;
  • Matthew Waterhouse as Adric, a youth from the planet Alzarius;
  • Janet Fielding as Tegan Jovanka, a British airline stewardess who accidentally entered the TARDIS thinking it was a police call box;
  • Sara Sutton as Nyssa, the daughter of Counsel Tremas whose body was taken over by the Master, an evil Time Lord;
  • Nicola Bryant as Perpugilliam "Peri" Brown, a feisty, independent female;
  • Bonnie Langford as Melanie Bush, a computer programmer;
  • Sophie Aldred as Ace, a teenage girl with explosives expertise.
  • Daphne Ashbrook as Dr. Grace Holloway, a San Francisco cardiologist who helps the Doctor save the earth on December 31, 1999 from the hands of The Master.
  • Billie Piper as Rose Tyler, an attractive blond  who worked as a department store shop assistant in the South of London. Also seen are Noel Clark as Mickey Smith, Rose's boyfriend, a conspiracy theorist and computer expert; and Camille Corduri as Rose's Mother ("Mum"), Jackie. The Doctor gave up his life to save Rose, which brought forth the latest incarnation - Doctor Who No.10 played by David Tennant.
  • Catherine Tate as Donna (a.k.a. The Runaway Bride")  introduced in the 2006 Christmas special.
  • Freema Agyeman as Dr. Martha Jones is a companion of the Tenth Doctor. She replaced Rose Tyler in the Series 3's episode "Smith and Jones" on 31 March 2007.
  • Kylie Minogue as Astrid Peth played the Doctor's companion for the 2007 Christmas episode "Voyage of the Damned."

David Tennant as Doctor Who No. 10
Doctor Who No.10


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