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Peter Capaldi Net Worth

Peter Capaldi Net Worth is
$10 Million

Peter Capaldi Biography

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Quick Facts

Full NamePeter Capaldi
Net Worth$10 Million
Date Of BirthApril 14, 1958
Height1.83 m
ProfessionScreenwriter, Voice Actor, Film director, Singer, Television Director
EducationGlasgow School of Art
SpouseElaine Collins
ChildrenCecily Capaldi
ParentsGerald John Capaldi, Nancy Capaldi
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Short Film (Live Action), British Academy Television Award for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme, BAFTA Award for Best Short Film, Chlotrudis Award for Best Cast, Chlotrudis Award for Best Supporting Actor, British Comedy Award for the Best TV Comedy Actor
NominationsBritish Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actor, British Academy Television Award for Best Comedy Performance, British Academy Television Award for Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme, British Independent Film Award for Best Actor, New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor, London Film Critics' Circle Award for Actor of the Year, Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor, Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor
MoviesIn the Loop, World War Z, Local Hero, The Fifth Estate, Dangerous Liaisons, The Lair of the White Worm, Paddington, Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life, Maleficent, Strictly Sinatra, The Greatest Store in the World, Turtle Diary, House of 9, Modigliani, Shooting Fish, The Suspicions of Mr Whicher, Big Fat Gypsy Gangster, Niceland, Soft Top Hard Shoulder, Bean, The Treasure Seekers, Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War, Pinochet in Suburbia, The Best Man, December Bride, Passer By, Wild Country, Solid Geometry, Max, Paddington 2, Unconditional Love, Born to Be King, Short: International Release #3
TV ShowsDoctor Who, The Thick of It, The Musketeers, The Hour, Neverwhere, Fortysomething, Chandler & Co, Accused, The Devil's Whore, Midnight Man, The Nativity, The Crow Road, Trawlermen, Aftersun


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Huge fan of David Bowie.
2 Special rings were designed for his roles in The Musketeers and Doctor Who in order to hide his own wedding ring, which he doesn't like to take off.
3 He was seriously considering giving up acting when he was cast as Malcolm Tucker in 'The Thick Of It (2005)'.
4 Is a huge fan of the HBO show Game of Thrones (2011). In Season 9 of Doctor Who (2005) he worked alongside Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark.
5 Was offered the chance to audition for the Eighth Doctor in _Doctor Who (1996) (TV) (1996)_ but turned it down as he felt he was unlikely to get it. The part eventually went to Paul McGann.
6 On The All New Alexei Sayle Show (1994), Peter Calpaldi played intoxicated time traveler Doug Hatton in the re-occurring sketch 'Drunk in Time'.
7 Long before World War Z (2013), Capaldi was considered for a another zombie film-he was favored to play Rawlings in Lifeforce (1985).
8 He became an actor because of his love of Doctor Who (1963) and the hope that he would one day get to appear on the show.
9 When he was 15, he sent a letter to ''Doctor Who'' magazine in tribute to Roger Delgado who played The Master in the original Doctor Who (1963) series.
10 He auditioned for a place in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) but was rejected.
11 Like David Tennant, he was a lifelong Doctor Who (1963) fan before he got to play the role.
12 His paternal grandfather, Giovanni Batiste Capaldi, was Italian, born in Picinisco, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy. The rest of Peter's ancestry is Scottish and Irish.
13 He is only the third actor to play the Doctor who has been older than the actor he replaced in the role. The others were Jon Pertwee, who was a year older than Patrick Troughton, and Colin Baker, who was eight years older than Peter Davison. Capaldi is tied with the First Doctor, William Hartnell, to be the oldest actors cast in the role-both were age 55 when cast.
14 Capaldi is the third Scottish actor to play the role of the Doctor in the TV series, following Sylvester McCoy, who played the Seventh Doctor, and David Tennant, who played the Tenth Doctor.
15 He is the second actor to play the Doctor who also played a previous role in the show. The first was Colin Baker.
16 He is the only Oscar winner to play the Doctor, although not for acting-for best live-action short film.
17 He is the first actor to play the Doctor in the revamped Doctor Who (2005) to be born before the original series first premiered.
18 Played a character called "W.H.O. Doctor" in World War Z (2013) before being cast in the lead role for Doctor Who (2005).
19 He had been to an audition in the morning where he felt that he was made "to jump through hoops" for a small role by people he had worked with before. This frustrating audition gave him the mind-set at the next audition on that day, for the role of Malcolm Tucker in The Thick of It (2005). Armando Iannucci found him perfect for the role.
20 He is a patron of the Association for International Cancer Research and of a Scottish children's charity, the Aberlour Child Care Trust.
21 Was the lead singer of a punk rock band, Dreamboys, which included Craig Ferguson as the drummer and Temple Clark as the bassist.


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Pointing with index finger
2 Expressive hands
3 Prominent angry eyebrows which he has called "attack eyebrows"
4 Intense angry stare
5 Thin frame
6 Gravelly voice with a faint Scottish accent


Quotes

#Quote
1 [Speaking to a young Doctor Who (2005) fan at 2016 Dallas Comic-Con] You've got to be nice to your Mum. You've got to be kind to people. You've got to work hard, and make the very best of the gifts that you have, of your talents, and take them out into the world. You're a clever, and bright, and creative person. That's the most important thing to take forward; to take forward that belief in yourself, and a belief of how valuable it is to bring creativity into the world.
2 [on Doctor Who] It has to slip between the epic and the domestic. The great trick of Doctor Who is that he'll be at the edge of the galaxy watching stars being born, but he'll drop you off in the mall outside KFC.
3 My adolescence was a kind of motorway pile-up. I wish I had known that one day the geek would inherit the Earth.
4 Patrick Troughton is one of the most extraordinary actors, just his delicacy, his ability to jump from being irate to being kindly and clownish.
5 I love the last episode of Frontier in Space (Doctor Who: Frontier in Space: Episode Six (1973)). Isn't that one of the great Doctor Who (1963) episodes ever? Because you've got everything in that.
6 I could sit and watch Jon Pertwee do anything. I could just sit and watch him read the telephone book. He's such authority and if you're in trouble you want those doors to swing open and Jon Pertwee to come storming in with a flap of his cape.
7 [on Doctor Who: The Ark in Space: Part One (1975)] I love The Ark in Space. I think The Ark in Space is great because I love Tom Baker, his hair is just like the most wildest hair ever. I think later on as you watch the rest of his time as Doctor Who (1963) I think he started to get a perm or something, he looks more like Harpo Marx towards the end of his run. But in his first season he's just got this absolute mess of bohemian hair, what would you call it, a Tom-fro, a Doc-fro? He's got a big Doc-fro. And also his speech in that about human beings, he just takes grasp of the role of Doctor Who (1963) in that season, in that story, so completely.
8 If you put me in a real TARDIS, I dread to think what would happen to the universe.
9 The Ladykillers (1955), the movie, is one of those rare things that's an almost perfect movie but it's just full of all this great stuff that you can't leave alone. It's very, very stylish, it has this almost ghoulish quality about it.
10 [on his performance in Local Hero (1983)] I don't think I had any capacity to act. I think I was just a bit of a... twat.
11 [in 1974] Jon Pertwee's Doctor of the frock coat and gadgets has gone. But that character was but one of the facets of this eternal time lord, the greatest science fiction character ever created. There is an infinite number of further faces and natures to choose from. Tom Baker must select one and play it to the best of his ability. It is this infinite number of characters that ensures Doctor Who (1963)'s future. For, like time, Doctor Who (1963) will go on forever.
12 Doctor Who (2005), like time, cannot stand still. It must always move and change.
13 Planet of the Spiders (Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders: Part One (1974)) proved once again the scope and quality of the popular Doctor Who (1963). All involved must be congratulated on producing a classic story leading excellently to the metamorphosis from Jon Pertwee's Doctor to Tom Baker's. The storyline was powerful, introducing exciting chase sequences, mysterious ceremonies and chilling monsters. The acting was first-class, particularly Jon Pertwee's performance when the Doctor faced his greatest fear, the Great One! And of course the visual images of senior visual effects designer, Bernard Wilkie, were wonderful to watch.
14 [on playing an older Doctor] Whereas with Matt and David before me there was this romantic thing going on, we don't do that. We have something else which I really like. There's not another relationship you can compare it to. It's not like uncle and niece. He is not a grandfather figure. But because Jenna's so wonderful, we've found something that's different, and yet it works.
15 [on Doctor Who (2005)] The things I've always adored are still there. That relationship between light and dark, the domestic and the epic. There's a feeling you could step from a supermarket car park on Earth into the Andromeda Nebula or whatever.
16 The nice thing about Doctor Who is, whatever people say, you know someone somewhere loves you. And they always will. The more everyone else hates you, the more that person will say, "He's my Doctor".
17 There's almost a Grimms' fairy tales element to the show. The Doctor appears and takes people deep into the forest where there are monsters, but he delivers them back safely at the end. That's very, very attractive. Plus I love monsters. Everyone does! Any shows with monsters in them work.
18 I grew up in the Sixties with Doctor Who (1963) and The Beatles and Sunday Night at the London Palladium and school milk and bronchitis. All that stuff. It's part of my DNA. When I had my first proper TARDIS scene there was a nice props guy telling me how to work the console. Secretly I was thinking, "I know how to work the TARDIS! I've known for a long time - probably longer than you".
19 When you're a child, you just want to be whichever Doctor is on TV, whether that's William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee or Tom Baker.
20 I've been influenced by the entire history of Doctor Who (1963) and by every actor who's played Doctor Who (1963), and everybody who's worked on the show and made those episodes. I wouldn't be here doing this if it hadn't been for the twelve actors who brilliantly played the part, often in times when it wasn't as easy to be Doctor Who (1963) or as welcome to be Doctor Who (1963) as it is now. So really I stand on their shoulders.
21 Scottish men of a certain age have a black response to almost everything as a measure of how sophisticated they are. I have a very long fuse that eventually explodes after building up a nice head of steam, although it's only happened three times - usually at work when someone takes me for granted.
22 STG and the Ramshorn Theatre are a vital part of Glasgow's rich cultural history. To abandon them now is to abandon not only our past, but our future.
23 The biggest thing I have realised was that you have to choose your collaborators very carefully, and that not everybody can like you. The process of filmmaking is so difficult, there's no point in doing it unless you can do it the way you want.
24 The difference between movies and TV is that in TV you have to have a trauma every week, but that event may not be the biggest event in the characters' lives.
25 The only time I've tried to make plans, the cosmic sledgehammer has intervened and something else has happened. You just have to wait and see what comes your way, so that's what I do.
26 What annoys me about it is that your fate is always in somebody else's hands. It's always up to somebody else to decide whether or not they want you in their show and so the majority of actors have to play out a waiting game. The constant fear is that it could all end tomorrow.
27 What I've learnt being an actor is that you've got to be lucky. I got less lucky, and nobody was interested. If a part came up, it would be for the main corpse's friend's brother who was having problems with his marriage.
28 When I was acting, I was always asking abut the mechanics of filmmaking. I decided I would learn what everyone on set was doing, so I would feel less threatened.
29 What you're doing is acting with yourself. Well, I'm my favourite actor, so in a way it's quite straightforward for me.
30 At 17 years old, STG took me under its wing and shared its resources and wisdom with me, even allowing me to take part in a show at the Edinburgh Festival. Without STG and the Ramshorn Theatre, I would not have found access to the world of drama that I later made my profession.
31 Even though I am a lifelong Doctor Who (1963) fan, I've not played him since I was nine. I downloaded old scripts and practised those in front of the mirror.
32 I don't want to find myself at the age of 60 waiting by the telephone for someone else to decide if I am capable of being in what might be a crummy TV production.
33 I hated improvisation because in my early days as an actor, improvisation meant somebody had just come down from Oxford and they were doing a play above a pub in Kentish Town, and the biggest ego would win.
34 I've been really terrible in a lot of things because I learned by making mistakes. That makes you a different kind of actor, because you have to figure out for yourself what you do.
35 My childhood growing up in that part of Glasgow always sounds like some kind of sub-Catherine Cookson novel of earthy working-class immigrant life, which to some extent it was, but it wasn't really as colourful that.
36 One of the very, very exciting things I have found here in L.A. is that no one talks to you about being Scottish. Whereas, if you are in London and you are trying to put films together and be a film-maker, there is a kind of unspoken sense that, if you are Scottish, you have something to overcome or else you cannot really do that project.
37 Real heroes are all around us and uncelebrated.
38 The Americans just have a great sort of wit about them.
39 I don't like parties. There was never a party I was at where I didn't wish I was somewhere else.
40 I haven't played Doctor Who (1963) since I was 9 on the playground.
41 I love people where, at the end of the day, they'll pick up a paintbrush and paint clouds. They can physically make things.
42 I never really think of acting and directing as being separate; they are just different expressions of the same thing.
43 I suppose I just like being arty. That's all. Arty.
44 I'm not an extravagant man. The fact that I can have a coffee out whenever I want still makes me feel grateful.
45 I'm pretty good for an old geek.
46 It's weathered many a storm, but the British film industry is, thankfully, still afloat.
47 A girl once came to my beery flat in Kensal Green, opened the blinds and cooked me breakfast. I married her.
48 Hollywood producers aren't going to say, 'Get me that swearing, grey-haired, headless chicken. We need him for our new High School Musical (2006) movie!'
49 I can't imagine I'll be the new George Clooney. That's not really in the cards.
50 I destroyed all my geek stuff because I didn't want to be a geek, and I regret it to this day. Consumed in the geek bonfire of the vanities was a collection of autographs and letters from Peter Cushing, Spike Milligan and Frankie Howerd, the first Doctor Whos, actual astronauts and many more. I wish I'd known that one day the geek would inherit the Earth.
51 The big reason that Doctor Who (2005) is still with us is because of every single viewer who ever turned on to watch this show, at any age, at any time in its history and in their history and who took it into their heart -- because Doctor Who (2005) belongs to all of us. Everyone made Doctor Who.
52 Being asked to play the Doctor is an amazing privilege. Like the Doctor himself I find myself in a state of utter terror and delight. I can't wait to get started.


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Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting Award Behind the Voice Actors Awards Best Vocal Ensemble in a Video Game Lego Dimensions (2015) Troy Baker

Elizabeth Banks

Tom Kane

Gary Oldman

Joel McHale

Travis Willingham

Laura Bailey

Michael J. Fox

Christopher Lloyd

Ellen McLain

Stephen Merchant

Chris Pratt

Scott Menville

Frank Welker
2016 BTVA Video Game Voice Acting Award Behind the Voice Actors Awards Best Vocal Ensemble in a Video Game Lego Dimensions (2015) Troy Baker

Elizabeth Banks

Tom Kane

Gary Oldman

Joel McHale

Travis Willingham

Laura Bailey

Michael J. Fox

Christopher Lloyd

Ellen McLain

Stephen Merchant

Chris Pratt

Scott Menville

Frank Welker
2014 Royal Television Society Scotland Award Royal Television Society Scotland Awards Special Award For outstanding contribution to television
2012 British Comedy Award British Comedy Awards Best TV Comedy Actor The Thick of It (2005)
2010 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Male Performance in a Comedy Role The Thick of It (2005)
2010 British Comedy Award British Comedy Awards Best TV Comedy Actor The Thick of It (2005)
2010 Broadcasting Press Guild Award Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Best Actor The Thick of It (2005)
2010 Chlotrudis Award Chlotrudis Awards Best Supporting Actor In the Loop (2009)
2009 BAFTA Scotland Award BAFTA Awards, Scotland Best Acting Performance in Film In the Loop (2009)
1995 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Short Film, Live Action Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life (1993) Ruth Kenley-Letts
1994 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Short Film Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life (1993) Ruth Kenley-Letts
1994 Audience Award Angers European First Film Festival Short Film Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life (1993)
1993 BAFTA Scotland Award BAFTA Awards, Scotland Best Actor - Film Soft Top Hard Shoulder (1993)
1993 BAFTA Scotland Award BAFTA Awards, Scotland Best Short Film Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life (1993)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 BAFTA Scotland Award BAFTA Awards, Scotland Best Actor - Television Doctor Who (2005)
2016 TV Quick Award TV Quick Awards, UK Best Actor Doctor Who (2005)
2015 BAFTA Cymru Award BAFTA Awards, Wales Best Actor (Yr Actor Gorau) Doctor Who (2005)
2015 OFTA Television Award Online Film & Television Association Best Actor in a Drama Series Doctor Who (2005)
2015 TV Quick Award TV Quick Awards, UK Best Actor Doctor Who (2005)
2013 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme The Thick of It (2005)
2013 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Supporting Actor The Hour (2011)
2013 Broadcasting Press Guild Award Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Best Actor The Thick of It (2005)
2012 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Comedy (Programme or Series) The Cricklewood Greats (2012) Adam Tandy (Producer)

Tony Roche (Writer)
2011 BAFTA Scotland Award BAFTA Awards, Scotland Best Actor/Actress - Television The Field of Blood (2011)
2010 Peter Sellers Award for Comedy Evening Standard British Film Awards In the Loop (2009)
2010 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Supporting Actor In the Loop (2009)
2010 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Actor of the Year In the Loop (2009)
2010 Golden Nymph Monte-Carlo TV Festival Outstanding Actor - Comedy Series The Thick of It (2005)
2010 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Supporting Actor In the Loop (2009)
2010 OFCS Award Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actor In the Loop (2009)
2010 RTS Television Award Royal Television Society, UK Best Comedy Performance The Thick of It (2005)
2010 SFX Award SFX Awards, UK Best Actor Torchwood (2006)
2009 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Actor In the Loop (2009)
2009 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actor In the Loop (2009)
2009 ICP Award Indiewire Critics' Poll Best Supporting Performance In the Loop (2009)
2009 VVFP Award Village Voice Film Poll Best Supporting Actor In the Loop (2009)
2008 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Comedy Performance The Thick of It (2005)
2008 RTS Television Award Royal Television Society, UK Best Comedy Performance The Thick of It (2005)
2006 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Comedy Performance The Thick of It (2005)
2006 RTS Television Award Royal Television Society, UK Best Comedy Performance The Thick of It (2005)

2nd Place Awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2010 COFCA Award Central Ohio Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor In the Loop (2009)
2010 ICS Award International Cinephile Society Awards Best Supporting Actor In the Loop (2009)
2009 LAFCA Award Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actor In the Loop (2009)

3rd Place Awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2009 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actor In the Loop (2009)


Filmography

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Paddington 2 2017 filming Mr Curry
Doctor Who 2008-2017 TV Series The Doctor Caecilius
Children in Need 2016 TV Series The Doctor
Class 2016 TV Series The Doctor
Lego Dimensions 2015 Video Game The Twelfth Doctor (voice)
Paddington 2014 Mr Curry
Shetland 2014 TV Series Weather Reporter
The Musketeers 2014 TV Series Cardinal Richelieu
The Fifth Estate 2013 Alan Rusbridger
World War Z 2013 W.H.O. Doctor
The Hour 2012 TV Series Randall Brown
The Thick of It 2005-2012 TV Series Malcolm Tucker
Big Fat Gypsy Gangster 2011 Therapist
The Penguins of Madagascar 2011 TV Series Uncle Nigel
The Field of Blood 2011 TV Series Dr. Pete
The Suspicions of Mr Whicher: The Murder at Road Hill House 2011 TV Movie Samuel Kent
The Nativity 2010 TV Mini-Series Balthazar
Getting On 2009-2010 TV Series Peter Healy
Accused 2010 TV Series Frank Ryland
Bistro 2010 Short Max
Bloody Foreigners 2010 TV Series Narrator
10 Minute Tales 2009 TV Series The Man
Torchwood 2009 TV Series John Frobisher
In the Loop 2009 Malcolm Tucker
The Devil's Whore 2008 TV Mini-Series King Charles I
Glendogie Bogey 2008 TV Movie Jeff Wylie (voice)
Midnight Man 2008 TV Mini-Series Trevor
Skins 2007-2008 TV Series Mark Jenkins
Cold Blood 2008 TV Series documentary Narrator
Magicians 2007 Mike Francis
Fallen Angel 2007 TV Mini-Series Henry Appleton
Coming Up 2007 TV Series Joe
Waking the Dead 2007 TV Series Lucien Calvin
Aftersun 2006 TV Movie Jim
Midsomer Murders 2006 TV Series Laurence Barker
Donovan 2006 TV Series Dr. Angus Baldwin
Pinochet's Last Stand 2006 TV Movie Andy McEntee
The Best Man 2005 Priest
Wild Country 2005 Father Steve
House of 9 2005 Max Roy
The Afternoon Play 2005 TV Series Billy Shannon
Peep Show 2004 TV Series Professor Alistair MacLeish
Salvage 2004 Short James Mulwray
Foyle's War 2004 TV Series Raymond Carter
Modigliani 2004 Jean Cocteau (as Peter Capadli)
Niceland (Population. 1.000.002) 2004 John
My Family 2004 TV Series Colin Judd
Passer By 2004 TV Movie Defence Barrister
Sea of Souls 2004 TV Series Gordon Fleming
Judge John Deed 2003 TV Series Alan Roxborough, M.P.
Shotgun Dave Rides East 2003 Short Rob
Fortysomething 2003 TV Series Dr. Ronnie Pilfrey
In Deep 2003 TV Series Jeremy Church
Unconditional Love 2003 TV Movie DI Terry Machin
Solid Geometry 2002 TV Short David Hunter
Max 2002/I David Cohn
Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War 2002 Derek
High Stakes 2001 TV Series Michael Calderwood
Hotel! 2001 TV Movie Hilton Gilfoyle
The Greatest Store in the World 1999 TV Movie Mr. Whiskers
Psychos 1999 TV Mini-Series Mark Collins
What Rats Won't Do 1998 Tony
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling 1997 TV Mini-Series Lord Fellamar
Shooting Fish 1997 Mr. Gilzean
Bean 1997 Gareth
Smilla's Sense of Snow 1997 Birgo Lander
Giving Tongue 1996 TV Movie Duncan Fielding
Lost for Words 1996 TV Short
The Treasure Seekers 1996 TV Movie Jellicoe
The Vicar of Dibley 1994-1996 TV Series Tristan Campbell
The Crow Road 1996 TV Mini-Series Rory McHoan
Neverwhere 1996 TV Mini-Series Islington
Delta Wave 1996 TV Series short Dinsdale Draco
Runway One 1995 TV Movie Mick Galligan
The All New Alexei Sayle Show 1994-1995 TV Series Doug Hatton in 'Drunk in Time' / Various Characters
Captives 1994 Simon
Chandler & Co 1994 TV Series Larry Blakeson
Prime Suspect 3 1993 TV Mini-Series Vera Reynolds
Stay Lucky 1993 TV Series Robin
The Comic Strip Presents... 1993 TV Series John
Micky Love 1993 TV Movie David Critchley
Soft Top Hard Shoulder 1993 Gavin Bellini
The Secret Agent 1992 TV Series Mr. Vladimir
Early Travellers in North America 1992 TV Series Robert Louis Stevenson
Mr. Wakefield's Crusade 1992 TV Series Luke Wakefield
The Cloning of Joanna May 1992 TV Movie Isaac
Titmuss Regained 1991 TV Mini-Series Ken Cracken
Selling Hitler 1991 TV Mini-Series Thomas Walde
Screen Two 1991 TV Series Bruce Coldfield
Agatha Christie's Poirot 1991 TV Series Claude Langton
December Bride 1991 Young Sorleyson
Ruth Rendell Mysteries 1990 TV Series Zeno Vedast
Chain 1990 TV Mini-Series Robert McRae
Dramarama 1989 TV Series The British Ambassador
Dream Baby 1989 TV Movie Willie
Shadow of the Noose 1989 TV Mini-Series Robert Wood
Rab C. Nesbitt 1988 TV Series Preacher
Dangerous Liaisons 1988 Azolan
The Lair of the White Worm 1988 Angus Flint
The Love Child 1988 Dillon
God's Chosen Car Park 1986 TV Movie Everard
C.A.T.S. Eyes 1986 TV Series Caldicott
John and Yoko: A Love Story 1985 TV Movie George Harrison
Travelling Man 1985 TV Series John
Minder 1985 TV Series Ozzie
Turtle Diary 1985 Assistant Keeper
The Personal Touch 1985 TV Movie Dominic
Crown Court 1984 TV Series Eamonn Donnelly
Local Hero 1983 Oldsen
Living Apart Together 1982 Joe

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Cricklewood Greats 2012 TV Movie
Getting On 2009-2010 TV Series 9 episodes
Strictly Sinatra 2001
Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life 1993 Short

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Doctor Who 2014-2015 TV Series performer - 6 episodes
Neverwhere 1996 TV Mini-Series performer - 1 episode

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Cricklewood Greats 2012 TV Movie written by
A Portrait of Scotland 2009 TV Movie documentary
Strictly Sinatra 2001
Soft Top Hard Shoulder 1993 writer
Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life 1993 Short writer

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Doctor Who: Earth Conquest - The World Tour 2014 TV Movie documentary with special thanks to
Isolation 2005 thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Prison, My Parents & Me 2016 TV Movie documentary Himself - Narrator (voice)
Richard E. Grant on Ealing Comedies 2016 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
Doctor Who: The Fan Show 2015-2016 TV Series documentary Himself
Aliens: The Big Think 2016 TV Movie documentary Himself - Narrator
Horizon 1998-2016 TV Series documentary Himself - Narrator
Lorraine 2016 TV Series Himself
The Graham Norton Show 2014-2015 TV Series Himself / Himself - Guest
Doctor Who Extra 2014-2015 TV Series documentary Himself
Larry King Now 2015 TV Series Himself - Guest
Conan 2015 TV Series Himself - Guest
Pobol y Cwm at 40 2014 TV Movie documentary Himself (uncredited)
Pride of Britain Awards 2014 TV Special Himself
Blue Peter 2014 TV Series Himself
Doctor Who: Earth Conquest - The World Tour 2014 TV Movie documentary Himself
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion 2014 TV Movie Himself - The Twelfth Doctor / The Doctor
Oprah Makes Garfield Cartoons 2014 Short Himself (voice)
Imagine 2013 TV Series documentary Himself - Presenter
World War Z: Production 2013 Video documentary short Himself
Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor 2013 TV Movie Himself
Newsround 2013 TV Series Himself
Inside the Mind of Leonardo 2013 TV Movie documentary Leonardo Da Vinci
Sunday Brunch 2013 TV Series Himself - Guest
Punk Britannia 2012 TV Series documentary Narrator
The Cricklewood Greats 2012 TV Movie Himself - presenter / Leslie Grangely
Black Drop 2012 Documentary short voice
Sunday AM 2011 TV Series Himself
Natural World 2011 TV Series documentary Narrator
Breakfast 2001-2011 TV Series Himself - Guest
Artworks Scotland 2005-2011 TV Series documentary Narrator / Himself
The British Academy Television Awards 2010 TV Movie documentary Himself
Live from Studio Five 2010 TV Series Himself
Jools's Hootenanny 2009 TV Series Himself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2009 TV Series Himself - Guest
A Portrait of Scotland 2009 TV Movie documentary Himself - Presenter
The One Show 2009 TV Series Himself
This Morning 2009 TV Series Himself - Guest
The Paul O'Grady Show 2009 TV Series Himself - Guest
Movie Connections 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
The Perfect TV Detective 2008 TV Movie documentary Himself - Narrator (voice)
Behind the Tricks: Making 'Magicians' 2007 Video documentary short Himself
The Martians and Us 2006 TV Series documentary Narrator
Trawlermen 2006 TV Series documentary Narrator
The British Soap Awards 2006 2006 TV Special Presenter
Have I Got News for You 2006 TV Series Himself
From Hollywood to Borehamwood 2003 TV Series documentary Himself
Bookmark 1998 TV Series James Boswell
Reputations 1997 TV Series documentary Himself - Narrator
The 67th Annual Academy Awards 1995 TV Special Himself - Winner: Best Live Action Short Film

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
SSDT - Anno 2060 2017 TV Series Agent Rikard
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year 2014 TV Movie The Doctor (uncredited)
TV's Nastiest Villains 2014 TV Movie documentary Malcolm Tucker
Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty 2013 TV Movie documentary The Doctor (uncredited)
The Culture Show 2013 TV Series documentary Himself
Stick 10: Remake of the Ultimates 2013 Short Ben's Mind
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year 2012 TV Movie Malcolm Tucker (uncredited)
Doctor Who Greatest Moments 2009 TV Mini-Series documentary Lucius Caecillus Ivcundus
My Family 2009 TV Series Colin Judd
The Story of Dibley 2007 TV Movie documentary Tristan Campbell (uncredited)
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