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Ncuti Gatwa says 'it's an honour' to take on the role of Doctor Who | Channel

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Ncuti Gatwa is the first Black actor to play the popular character Doctor Who. He will be the 14th incarnation of the Time Lord from 2023. The 29-year-old is best known for his role in the Netflix series Sex Education. He takes over from Jodie Whittaker, who was first woman to play character.
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The Guardian

Ncuti Gatwa will make Doctor Who new and exciting again – just like Jodie Whittaker did

Change makes everyone nervous, especially Whovians. But it’s how we regenerate, says the Guardian columnist Zoe Williams

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Independent

Doctor Who fans ecstatic after Ncuti Gatwa announced as next Doctor

Actor will take over the role of the Doctor in 2023

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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News24

Ncuti Gatwa says 'it's an honour' to take on the role of Doctor Who | Channel

Ncuti Gatwa reacts to being cast as the new Time Lord in Doctor Who.

2 months ago·South Africa
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We Got This Covered

Who is Ncuti Gatwa and when will be appear as Doctor Who?

Even in a timey-wimey show like Doctor Who, it can feel like years between an actor being cast as the Doctor and appearing as the legendary Time Lord - here's what we know.

2 months ago
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Gamespot

Doctor Who's New Doctor Is Ncuti Gatwa

The Sex Education star will follow Jodie Whittaker in the lead role of the long-running BBC sci-fi series.

2 months ago·United States
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The Guardian Nigeria

Ncuti Gatwa Announced As New Doctor Who

Sex Education‘s Ncuti Gatwa has been unveiled as the new Doctor Who. The 29-year-old actor will take over from Jodie Whittaker as the 14th Time Lord on the science fiction show, becoming the first person of colour to play the role. Speaking to BBC News, the actor well known for his role as Eric Effiong […]

2 months ago·Nigeria
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