Matt Smith Net Worth

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Matt Smith net worth is
$9 Million

Matt Smith Wiki Biography

Matthew Robert Smith was born on the 28th October 1982, in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, and is an actor probably best recognized for appearing in the role of the eleventh doctor in the BBC TV sci-fi adventure series “Doctor Who” (2010-2014). He has also starred in such TV and film titles as “Party Animals” (2007), “Womb” (2010), “The Crown” (2016), etc. His acting career has been active since 2003.

So, have you ever wondered how rich Matt Smith is, as of late 2016? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of Matt’s net worth is over $9 million, which has been accumulated through his successful involvement in the entertainment industry as an actor.

Matt Smith Net Worth $9 Million

Matt Smith was born to David and Lynne Smith. He spent his childhood in his hometown, where he attended Northampton School for Boys. When he was a teenager, he wanted to become a professional football player, and he played for the youth teams of Nottingham Forest, Leicester City and Northampton Town. However, after several injuries he gave up his dreams, and soon he became an actor, starring in the school play – an adaptation of “Twelve Angry Men”. Upon matriculation, he enrolled at the University of East Anglia (UEA) in Norwich, from which he graduated with a degree in Drama and Creative Writing in 2005. Subsequently, he joined the National Youth Theatre in London, playing in “The Master And Margarita”, “On The Shore Of The Wide World”, and “Murder In The Cathedral”, which were the base for his net worth.

Matt’s professional acting career on the big screen began in the mid- 2000s when he made his debut appearance in the film “The Ruby In The Smoke” (2006), starring Billie Piper and Sian Thomas, which was followed by the role of Danny Foster in the TV series “Party Animals” (2007). In the same year, he appeared as Jim Taylor in the film “The Shadow In The North”, and subsequently featured in such productions as “The Street” (2007), and “Womb” (2010)., adding steadily to his net worth.

In 2010 his real break came when he was chosen to be the 11th doctor in the popular BBC science-fiction series “Doctor Who”, replacing David Tennant. He stayed in the show until 2015, during which period he portrayed the doctor in every film and video game made about the original show, which only increased his net worth by a large margin.

Apart from playing the doctor, Matt had several other roles such as in the films “Christopher And His Kind” (2011), “Bert & Brickie” (2012), and “Lost River” (2014), which also added a considerable amount to his net worth.

After his part on the show ended, Matt made an appearance as Alex in the film “Terminator Genisys” in 2015, and in 2016 he featured in the film “Pride And Prejudice And Zombies” (2016). Most recently he was selected for the role of Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in the TV series “The Crown” (2016), and will appear in the film “Patient Zero”, which is scheduled for 2017, starring Natalie Dormer and Clive Standen. His net worth is certainly rising.

When it comes to speak about his personal life, Matt Smith was in a relationship with model Daisy Lowe from 2010 to 2011, and according to sources, he has been dating actress Lily James since 2015. He is known as an atheist. He is a big fan of Blackburn Rovers F.C. In his spare time, he enjoys playing guitar and he collects albums.

Full NameMatt Smith
Net Worth$9 Million
Salary6 million USD
Date Of BirthOctober 28, 1982
Place Of BirthNorthampton, United Kingdom
Height6" (1.82 m)
Weight79 kg
EducationUniversity of East Anglia, National Youth Theatre, Northampton School for Boys
ParentsDavid Smith, Lynne Smith
SiblingsLaura Jayne Smith
NicknamesMatthew Robert Smith , Smithers , Matthew Robert "Matt" Smith
AwardsNational Television Award for Outstanding Drama Performance (2014), National Television Award for Outstanding Drama Performance (Male, 2012), SFX Awards - Best Actor
AlbumsWhat I Feel for You 2009, On And On - Ep 2012, EP City Lights - EP
NominationsBritish Academy Television Award for Best Actor, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Broadcasting Press Guild Awards (2017), BloodGuts UK Horror Awards (2016)
MoviesDoctor Who: Space and Time (2011), Together (2009), Cyborg Soldier (2008), Womb (2010), Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016), Patient Zero (2017)
TV ShowsThe Crown (2016-present), Moses Jones (2009), Party Animals (TV series, 2007), Doctor Who (2010-2014), The Sarah Jane Adventures (2010),
1Eccentric personality
2Strong defined Jawline
Doctor Who (2005)£200,000 a year (2010)
1(on getting into acting): What sealed the deal for me was joining the National Youth Theatre, going up to London and spending the summer doing plays with them. I did Murder in the Cathedral in 2003, playing Thomas a Becket, and the next year I was in The Master and Margarita.
2(on working with Lindsay Duncan in That Face): I completely admire her. She's a constant source of information - not only about acting but about life and love. She's a cool cat. There's something very rock 'n' roll about her.
3(On his acting choices): I quite like the transitions of being an actor, because you get to explore these little pockets of life. So if you're playing a builder you get to know about building, if you're playing a scientist or a physician or something you get to know about physics. And similarly with this world I like exploring their culture, that very sort of upper middle class, addictive... that's part of the reason I love it.
4(On acting at the National Youth Theatre): As a young actor, there is no better place to learn your craft.
5(On being cast as the Eleventh Doctor): I'm flabbergasted. I haven't slept really to be honest. Truthfully, I haven't. I probably look a bit 'bags under the eyes' now because it's sort of an iconic part of our culture. My granddad knows about it, my Dad knows about it, it's been around since 1963 and I think it has the iconic kind of status that Robin Hood or Sherlock Holmes have and I'm sort of taking that on.
6David Tennant has made the role his own, brilliantly, with grace, talent and persistent dedication. I hope to learn from the standards set by him.
7(On being cast as The Doctor) I'm just so excited about the journey that is in front of me. It's a wonderful privilege and challenge that I hope I will thrive on.
8I just want to try and make brave choices and not get too het up about ladders. Look at the careers of people like Michael Gambon and Ian McKellen. Learn your craft. I'm still rough around the edges and I want to keep on improving.
9(On working with Christian Slater in the play, "Swimming with Sharks"): He's cool, Christian, I liked him. He's a good guy but I had a tough time, for a variety of reasons. I'd never done that length of run before. It was quite a learning curve.
10(On getting the role as The Doctor): When I got the role I paced around the room for about three days because I didn't know what to do. I was just smiling and thought 'I'm the Doctor!' It's weird!
11(On the Eleventh Doctor and his companion, Amy Pond): He's a lot less tolerant than a lot of Doctors and she's got a fire in her soul, in her belly, and so they combust together ... but there's a great affection and love there.
12(on his Brazilian girlfriend): It's a bloody nightmare because she's 6,000 miles away. But what can you do when you're in love?
13Troughton (Patrick Troughton) is my favorite. The Tomb of the Cybermen (Doctor Who: The Tomb of the Cybermen: Episode 1 (1967)) is one of my favorites. The Cybermen are so creepy in it. What's wonderful about Troughton is that he is weird and peculiar. It's a wonderful performance. I think the Cybermen were the scariest they've ever been in that.
14Sometimes when you lose your mobile phone, even though it's frustrating, it's sort of rewarding in many ways because, though we do rely on them a lot, we are not reliant on them. The world continues without.
15There are great disciplines from being a sportsman that you can transfer into being an artist. The preparation, the sacrifice, the constant desire to improve.
16I think that every artistic venture is a risk, and it has to be that way, so you do as much preparation as you can and make that as thorough as you can possibly make it, until you turn up on set. It's about taking risks, and some might work and some might not, but that's what makes it interesting.
17I think there's an interesting contradiction of having a young face and an old soul. There's something funny about it, and it also allows you to reinvent being old.
18I would be sitting in my flat watching TV, and Doctor Who (2005) would be on with my flatmate there. I would have loved to share the fact that I was the new Doctor, but I couldn't. I was going mad. My dad was rather flabbergasted. When I told him, he laughed. He was excited, elated and very proud.
19I'm awful at karaoke, but if I did have to sing, I'd go for my favourite Frank Sinatra song 'I've Got You Under My Skin.' The fact I love Frank is my grandfather's doing: he drummed it into me from a very early age that Frank Sinatra is God.
20If I could film, we'd film every episode of Doctor Who (2005), in New York. I have an affinity with the city. It has some wonderful locations and it is devastatingly vast and huge. Central Park looks amazing on camera.
21If I see a spider in the flat, I try to get a cup and a piece of paper and throw it out of the window. I can't kill them because they're good for catching flies.
22If you want to give it a good go, you've got to make some sacrifices and be as dedicated as you can be. Particularly with 'Doctor Who.' It's two or three hours of line-learning a night.
23It's hard work, Doctor Who (2005), but let's be frank about it, I'm fortunate to be rewarded in the ways that I am. I don't just mean financially, I mean the nature of the part and everything that comes with it.
24Kids should feel afraid of Doctor Who (2005). All the adults I've talked to remember fondly being afraid when they were kids. That's part of the reason they remember it and love it. And if you're afraid in a controlled way, you sort of appreciate fear in some respect.
25So many more people recognise you and want to take up a moment of your time for a photo or a hello. You try to deal with it with grace and a degree of humour, because what's the alternative?
26I'm not hugely technical with things, but I guess that the thing I use most is my iPhone, on a practical level.
27I've always loved dinosaurs.
28It seems like there's a real appetite for science fiction in the States.
29No, I'm not religious. At all. I'm an atheist.
30Overnight ratings are dead. It's just not the way TV is sold any more.
31Police boxes, tweed blazers and bow ties feel quite English, but I think that is one of his virtues, one of the strengths of Doctor Who (2005).
32Some people don't need to work hard because they are so talented.
33Spiders - the way they move freaks me out. It's so malevolent.
34The storytelling in Doctor Who (2005) is quite universal.
35There is a history of footballers in my family; my granddad played for Notts County and my dad played at county level.
36Time travel is such a magic concept.
37Every two weeks on Doctor Who (2005), the set is completely different, the world is different and there are new actors coming in. So, it's constantly surprising, and it's a pressure that you relish, actually.
38I asked for a piano in the TARDIS, but it hasn't happened. I'd love to see The Doctor rock up and play, but it'd have to be done in an inventive and silly way.
39I constantly watch The Simpsons (1989) and an English cartoon called The Raccoons (1985) and Adventures of the Gummi Bears (1985). I was obsessed with ninja films, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987), I used to love that as well.
40I quite like the idea of family. That's probably the greatest achievement in the world. I've got a lot to achieve workwise - I'd love to direct - but family would be good.
41Even now, I'm very superstitious, in silly ways. I always put my left boot on first. Or on set, I always tie my bow tie from right to left.
42For clothes, I like Dover Street Market and Acne. For vintage, I go to Mint just off Seven Dials. For shoes, it's Church's and Russell & Bromley.
43I always steal a pair of socks on every photo shoot I do. It's my thing.
44I am a fan of a bright sock. They're bold.
45I am a fancy dress grump, to be honest.
46I am a terrible sleeper.
47I got injured when I was a kid, and it prevented me from becoming a footballer.
48I think expectations of Doctor Who (2005) should always be high, because it's a show that must always progress and get better and better.
49I think Jennifer Saunders would be great in Doctor Who (2005).
50I thought Skyfall (2012) was a sumptuous film.
51I used to love ninja movies. That was my thing.
52I used to read Gore Vidal books and think I was cool.
53I was always aware of Doctor Who (1963), but I didn't grow up with it.
54I'd like to do a play in New York.
55I'm not handsome enough to be James Bond. Maybe a villain, though.
56I am terribly clumsy, so there is a plethora of walking into lamp-posts, falling over, dropping things, and ruining sofas.
57I just love vampires.
58I think that, if the world was a bit more like Comic-Con, we'd all be a little happier.
59If I was making a tea advert, I would want to communicate about tea is that it can console you, it can start your day, there is the warmth and the ritual, and you can share it; you make someone a cup of tea and you offer it to them.
60Actors, movie stars, rock stars, I can meet them with no worries - but with footballers I go weak at the knees. All of them.
61Any actor worth his salt has a responsibility to reinvent himself from part to part.
62Apparently, as a kid, I used to eat spiders. Maybe there's some Freudian significance behind that.
63As a kid, I knew all of the dinosaurs. It's one of those tragedies that I've forgotten what dinosaurs are cool.
64As we get older - perhaps I'm just speaking for myself - we can get too cynical.
65At university I had a big coloured scarf and people would often say, 'All right, Doctor Who (1963)?' And, I thought, I rather liked that notion.
66[on Doctor Who (2005)] There was a backlash when I was cast. I was 26 and I was unknown. And people went "That is not Doctor Who". I always knew I wanted it to be quite physical and I wanted the comedy to be quite physical and I knew I wanted him to feel very clever but at the same time to not quite understand the human race.
67I'll miss playing a character that can bounce from A to Z like that and that is the cleverest in the room but also the silliest in the room. You know, just being the Doctor, he's the Doctor. What a character. Of course there's always a part of you that goes "I never want to go". There are no parts like this. I think it's a good time for me to move on and we've got the 50th anniversary. It's the biggest year in the show's history and I'm playing the part and I pass it on with a smile to the next guy and say "Good luck, buddy. You're going to have to work hard".
68[on Peter Capaldi] If I had to pick someone, I'd pick him. Cos I think he's great. And weirdly enough, after The Eleventh Hour, he came up to me in the street and said "Ah, mate, well done, I watched your episode last night, it was brilliant, I think you're really good". And I really needed that. I needed a sort of boost and I never forgot it.
69[on Trevor Eve's criticism of the BBC for spending so much money on a "children's programme" such as Doctor Who (2005)] If we all listen to Trevor Eve, then we're in trouble. Thank you very much, Trevor, we appreciate your opinion, but that's ridiculous. Doctor Who (2005) is brilliant. That's why it attracts some of the best writers in the country, and some of the best actors. Trevor, try telling that to Sir Michael Gambon. Show me any other series that can tackle this many big issues, appeal to this broad a range of people, and still have a laugh along the way and I will say, 'You can't.' That's what I'd say to Trevor Eve. At least we're never predictable. At least we're inventive. This whole show is testament to Steven Moffat, and his ambition and his scope, and that's a privilege to be part of. It's as simple as that.
70What struck me about Lis [Elisabeth Sladen] was her grace. She welcomed me, educated me, and delighted me with her tales and adventures on Doctor Who. And she also seemed to have a quality of youth that not many people retain as they go through life. Her grace and kindness will stay with me because she had such qualities in abundance and shared them freely... I will miss her, as will the world of Doctor Who and all the Doctors that had the good pleasure to work with Lis Sladen and travel the universe with Sarah Jane.
71[on why he had no intention to become the longest serving Doctor Who] Tom Baker did it for seven years but he did it in different circumstances. I couldn't do this for seven years. I'd be run into the ground.
72As a character, the Doctor is excited and fascinated by the tiniest of things. By everything. By every single thing. That's what's wonderful about him as a character. It's why children like him, I think. Because he doesn't dismiss anything. He's not cynical. He's open to every single facet of the universe.
73[on being the youngest actor to play The Doctor] I think the whole issue of me being the youngest has worked in my favour. I think there's an interesting contradiction of having a young face and an old soul. There's something funny about it, and it also allows you to reinvent being old. It's interesting because, when I first took the part on, obviously there was a bone of contention for some of the diehard fans.
74[on his knowledge of past Doctor Who (2005)):] I'm very aware of the rich history of Chris [Christopher Eccleston] and David [David Tennant], and I've gone back and watched a lot of those episodes. And the previous history? I have to be honest, I can't claim to have watched the show in its entirety or have been a follower as avidly as some people are - and that's what I'm realising, that people love this show, people are avid, avid fans of it, and know it, and know its history and are part of it. I can't claim to know it as well as that, but I'm going to make it my business to do so, and fall into it in as much depth as I possibly can. [February 2009]
1Shaved his floppy locks off for Lost River and Patient Zero.
2Good friends with Doctor Who (2005) alums Billie Piper, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, and Jenna Coleman.
3Worked with Billie Piper prior to Doctor Who in the TV adaptations of The Ruby in The Smoke and The Shadow of The North and an episode of The Secret Diary of a Call Girl.
4Both he and former Doctor Who co-star Jenna Coleman have played Pride and Prejudice characters and royal personages. Matt as Mr Collins in the movie Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in Netflix's series The Crown. Jenna as Lydia Bennet in BBC's Death Comes to Pemberley and Queen Victoria in ITV's series Victoria.
5He hasn't seen all the Star Wars movies.
6Like many of his predecessors in the role of the Doctor, as part of his preparation he became a very big fan of Patrick Troughton's portrayal of the Second Doctor. He incorporated a number of aspects of Troughton's portrayal into his own take on it.
7He and Christopher Eccleston are, as of 2015, the only actors to have played The Doctor and not had an episode where they face up against The Doctor's arch-enemy, The Master.
8Has worked with fellow Doctor Who (2005) alumnus Billie Piper on multiple occasions. They co-starred in The Ruby in the Smoke (2006), The Shadow in the North (2007), and Secret Diary of a Call Girl (2007) before working together in the 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who (2005).
9Is a fan of Futurama (1999).
10He was the one who insisted on the Doctor wearing his trademark bow tie.
11He is both the eleventh actor to play the Doctor and the eleventh person named ''Matt Smith'' listed on IMDB.
12Before being cast as the Doctor, he auditioned for the part of John Watson on Sherlock (2010)' but was rejected for being too eccentric. Steven Moffat claimed that Smith would have been a good Sherlock if Benedict Cumberbatch had not been cast already.
13He is the first actor since Sylvester McCoy to have his face in the opening credits of Doctor Who (2005).
14Is a Blackburn Rover FC fan.
15He is well-known to co-stars for being extremely clumsy. Producers have even taken bets on how long it will take him to break props.
16Unlike his predecessor, David Tennant, he was not a fan of Doctor Who (1963) growing up. The original series was taken off the air shortly after his seventh birthday due to poor viewing figures.
17Was discovered by agent Wendy Padbury. Prior to becoming an agent, Padbury had been an actress; one of her best-known roles was as the Second Doctor's companion Zoe Heriot on Doctor Who (1963).
18Was the first lead actor in Doctor Who (2005) to be nominated for a BAFTA Best TV actor.
19Is the first actor to play the Doctor to be born after the death of William Hartnell, the first (and oldest) actor to play the Doctor (who died in 1975). Had Hartnell lived long enough, he would have been nearly 75 when Smith was born.
20Owns the tweed jacket that his Eleventh Doctor usually wears.
21Of the eleven actors to play the Doctor in Doctor Who (1963), Doctor Who (1996) and Doctor Who (2005), he and Christopher Eccleston are the only two who never worked with the late Nicholas Courtney, who played Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart in the former from 1968 to 1989 as well as in numerous Big Finish audio dramas.
22Voted Best Actor by Readers of Doctor Who Magazine for his work on the 2010 Season.
23He is very into music. He can play the guitar and enjoys buying and collecting records. His favourite band is Radiohead.
24At 26, he was the youngest actor to be cast as the Doctor in the British sci-fi series Doctor Who (2005). The youngest had been Peter Davison, who was 29 when he was cast in 1981 in Doctor Who (1963).
25Studied drama and creative writing at the University of East Anglia (UEA) in Norwich.
26Attended Northampton school for boys.
27Former member of the National Youth Theatre.
28As a teenager he was a talented footballer and considered turning professional, but had to give it up following a back injury, and turned to acting instead.


Patient Zero2017post-productionMorgan
Mapplethorpepre-productionRobert Mapplethorpe
The Crown2016-2017TV SeriesPhilip, Duke of Edinburgh / Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies2016Parson Collins
Terminator Genisys2015Alex (as Matthew Smith)
Doctor Who2010-2014TV SeriesThe Doctor
Lost River2014Bully
The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot2013TV MovieMatt Smith
The Science of Doctor Who2013TV Movie documentaryThe Doctor
An Adventure in Space and Time2013TV MovieThe Doctor (uncredited)
Pond Life2012TV Mini-Series shortThe Doctor
Bert & Dickie2012Bert Bushnell
Doctor Who: Good as Gold2012TV ShortThe Doctor
Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock2012Video GameThe Doctor (voice)
Night and the Doctor2011TV Mini-Series shortThe Doctor
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - The Gunpowder Plot2011Video GameThe Doctor (voice)
Doctor Who: Space and Time2011TV ShortThe Doctor
Christopher and His Kind2011TV MovieChristopher Isherwood
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - Shadows of the Vashta Nerada2010Video GameThe Doctor (voice)
Doctor Who: Return to Earth2010Video GameThe Doctor (voice)
Doctor Who: Evacuation Earth2010Video GameThe Doctor (voice)
Meanwhile in the TARDIS, Part 12010VideoThe Doctor
Meanwhile in the TARDIS, Part 22010VideoThe Doctor
The Sarah Jane Adventures2010TV SeriesThe Doctor
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - TARDIS2010Video GameThe Doctor (voice)
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - Blood of the Cybermen2010Video GameThe Doctor (voice)
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - City of the Daleks2010Video GameThe Doctor (voice)
Moses Jones2009TV Mini-SeriesDan Twentyman
In Bruges2008Young Harry Waters (uncredited)
The Street2007TV SeriesIan Hanley
Secret Diary of a Call Girl2007TV SeriesTim
The Shadow in the North2007TV MovieJim Taylor
Party Animals2007TV SeriesDanny Foster
Masterpiece Classic2006TV SeriesJim Taylor
The Ruby in the Smoke2006TV MovieJim


Lost River2014performer: "Bullytown", "Barnum's Steam Calliope", "Rat, Face, & Bully"
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Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock2012Video Game motion capture actor


The National Television Awards 20112011TV Special with thanks to
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide2010TV Movie documentary special thanks


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2010-2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
NerdHQ2013TV SeriesHimself
Newsround2013TV SeriesHimself
Victoria Wood's Nice Cup of Tea2013TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - Participant
Doctor Who: The Companions2013TV Movie documentaryThe Doctor / Himself
The Nerdist2013TV SeriesHimself
The Jonathan Ross Show2013TV SeriesHimself
Doctor Who in America2012DocumentaryHimself
This Morning2010-2012TV SeriesHimself
Doctor Who in the U.S.2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
Chris Hardwick's All-Star Celebrity Bowling2012TV SeriesHimself
Comic Con 2012 Live2012TV MovieHimself
Daybreak2010-2012TV SeriesHimself
Top Gear2012TV SeriesHimself - Special Guest
Goodbye Bannerman Road: Remembering Elisabeth Sladen2012Video documentary shortHimself
National Television Awards2012TV SpecialHimself
National Television Awards: The Party2012TV SpecialHimself
Scream Awards 20112011TV SpecialHimself
Doctor Who Confidential2009-2011TV Series documentaryHimself / The Doctor
The Nerdist2011TV MovieHimself - Guest
The One Show2010-2011TV SeriesHimself
My Sarah Jane: A Tribute to Elisabeth Sladen2011TV Short documentaryHimself
The National Television Awards 20112011TV SpecialThe Doctor
Children in Need2010TV SeriesHimself / The Doctor
BBC Proms2010TV SeriesHimself / The Doctor
Glastonbury 20102010TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide2010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross2010TV SeriesHimself
Channel 4 News2009TV SeriesHimself
23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2017TV SpecialHimself
E! Live from the Red Carpet2017TV SeriesHimself
The Graham Norton Show2010-2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert2016TV SeriesHimself
The EE British Academy Film Awards2016TV Special documentaryHimself - Presenter
Made in Hollywood2016TV SeriesHimself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan2016TV SeriesHimself
Calgary Expo 20142014ShortHimself
Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Live Pre-Show2013TV SpecialHimself
Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty2013TV Special documentaryHimself
Breakfast2010-2013TV SeriesHimself - Actor / Himself
The Culture Show2013TV Series documentaryHimself
William Hartnell: The Original2013TV Short documentaryHimself
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide2013TV Movie documentary
Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited2013TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
A League of Their Own2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Doctor Who at the Proms2013TV SpecialThe Doctor
BBC Proms2013TV SeriesHimself / The Doctor
Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor2013TV SpecialHimself

Archive Footage

Entertainment Tonight2017TV SeriesHimself
SSDT - Anno 20602017TV SeriesConsulant McCrimmon
Doctor Who2014-2015TV SeriesThe Doctor
Lego Dimensions2015Video GameThe Eleventh Doctor
Blue Peter2014TV SeriesThe Doctor
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion2014TV MovieThe Doctor
The Graham Norton Show2014TV SeriesHimself
12 Again2013TV SeriesThe Doctor
Geek Crash Course2013TV SeriesThe Eleventh Doctor
Newsround2013TV SeriesThe Doctor
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year2012TV SpecialThe Doctor (uncredited)
The Destinations of Doctor Who2012TV Movie documentaryThe Doctor
The Timey-Wimey of Doctor Who2012TV Movie documentaryThe Doctor (uncredited)
The Women of Doctor Who2012TV Movie documentaryThe Doctor (uncredited)
The Science of Doctor Who2012TV Movie documentaryThe Doctor (uncredited)
Phelous & the Movies2011TV SeriesThe Eleventh Doctor
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year2011TV SpecialThe Doctor (uncredited)

Won Awards

2014National Television AwardNational Television Awards, UKMost Popular Drama PerformanceDoctor Who (2005)
2012National Television AwardNational Television Awards, UKMost Popular Male Drama PerformanceDoctor Who (2005)
2012SFX AwardSFX Awards, UKBest ActorDoctor Who (2005)
2011Scream AwardScream AwardsBest Science Fiction ActorDoctor Who (2005)
2011SFX AwardSFX Awards, UKBest ActorDoctor Who (2005)

Nominated Awards

2017ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesThe Crown (2016)
2013National Television AwardNational Television Awards, UKMost Popular Male Drama PerformanceDoctor Who (2005)
2013TV Quick AwardTV Quick Awards, UKBest ActorDoctor Who (2005)
2012TV Quick AwardTV Quick Awards, UKBest ActorDoctor Who (2005)
2011BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest ActorDoctor Who (2005)
2011National Television AwardNational Television Awards, UKMost Popular Drama PerformanceDoctor Who (2005)
2011TV Quick AwardTV Quick Awards, UKBest ActorDoctor Who (2005)
2010TV Quick AwardTV Quick Awards, UKBest ActorDoctor Who (2005)

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