Who is your favourite Doctor Who actor?

William Hartnell, the first Doctor Who.

William Hartnell, the first Doctor Who. - Credit: Archant

With former Ipswich schoolboy Richard Ayoade a candidate for the next Doctor Who, which has been your favourite of the actors so far to portray the Timelord?

Patrick Troughton, the second Doctor Who.

Patrick Troughton, the second Doctor Who. - Credit: Archant

Former St Joseph’s student Richard Ayoade is a candidate to take over the role, according to bookmakers, after Peter Capaldi announced he was stepping down next Christmas.

Before he took over, Peter Capaldi was the hot favourite to land the role. By contrast, barely anyone knew Matt Smith was in contention when he won the role way back in 2009.

But who was your favourite? Vote here in our poll and let us know.

Then have a look at these six facts you might not know about Richard Ayoade.

Jon Pertwee, the third Doctor Who.

Jon Pertwee, the third Doctor Who. - Credit: Archant

Tom Baker, the fourth Doctor Who.

Tom Baker, the fourth Doctor Who. - Credit: Archant

Peter Davison, the fifth Doctor Who

Peter Davison, the fifth Doctor Who - Credit: Archant

Colin Baker, the sixth Doctor Who.

Colin Baker, the sixth Doctor Who. - Credit: Archant

Sylvester McCoy, the seventh Doctor Who.

Sylvester McCoy, the seventh Doctor Who. - Credit: Archant

Paul McGann, the eigth Doctor Who.

Paul McGann, the eigth Doctor Who. - Credit: Archant

Christopher Eccleston, the ninth Doctor Who.

Christopher Eccleston, the ninth Doctor Who. - Credit: Archant

David Tennant, the tenth Doctor Who.

David Tennant, the tenth Doctor Who. - Credit: Archant

Matt Smith, the eleventh Doctor Who.

Matt Smith, the eleventh Doctor Who. - Credit: Archant

Peter Capaldi, the twelth Doctor Who

Peter Capaldi, the twelth Doctor Who - Credit: Archant

Would Richard Ayoade make a good Doctor Who?

Would Richard Ayoade make a good Doctor Who? - Credit: Archant


You may also want to watch:


Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter
Comments powered by Disqus