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Bernard Cribbins' life - Doctor Who, health battles, Coronation Street and sad death
Doctor Who actor's death was announced this morning, with many sharing their memories of the star who delighted generations of viewers.Bernard, who became a children's TV icon on series including Jackanory, The Wombles and Old Jack's Boat, also appeared in dozens of classic films too including the Carry Ons and the original Railway Children.READ NEXT: David Tennant confirmed for epic Doctor Who role reprisal after almost a decadeAlong with becoming a fan favourite on Doctor Who, Bernard was undoubtedly one of the greatest actors of all time.To pay tribute to Bernard Cribbins, Daily Star takes a look back at the actor's life and career.Acting was in Bernard's blood from a young age, with the star leaving school at the age of 13 years old to pursue acting roles in the theatre.After completing his National Service in 1947, he returned to acting and landed his first West End role nearly a decade later in 1956, where he performed in the Shakespeare production, A Comedy Of Errors.Bernard later became an icon of both stage and screen, particularly for his performances in films such as Carry On Spying, and children's classic The Railway children - as well as a number of legendary TV shows.He is most fondly remembered for narrating iconic shows such as The Wombles, as well as being one of the primary storytellers in Jackanory.A new generation were also introduced to the magic of Bernard Cribbins in the children's TV series Old Jack's Boat.In 2009, Catherine Tate also presented Bernard Cribbins with a special award from the British Academy Children's Awards, for his contribution to children's programming.That's not all, as Bernard also appeared in Fawlty Towers, Midsomer Murders and as Wally Bannister in 11 episodes of ITV soap
Jodie Whittaker welcomes second child
Video: Jodie Whittaker and David Tennant judge Doctor Who cosplay contest (The Independent)Black Mirror trailerWake Up Punk trailerMorgan Wallen wins Top Country Male Artist award at Billboard Music Awards 2022Travis Scott performs at the Billboard Music Awards 2022Jodie Whittaker and David Tennant judge Doctor Who cosplay contestPiers Morgan claims royal family have thanked him for Meghan attacks'This victory is for every Ukrainian': Kalush Orchestra accept Eurovision 2022 winners trophyUkraine wins Eurovision Song Contest 2022Elizabeth Olsen says she never met Doctor Strange 2 co-star John KrasinskiGogglebox viewers in hysterics as stars watch 'bonkers' Tiger KingMasterchef 2021 Final- Tom Rhodes Is Crowned The WinnerGraham Norton on Spain's Eurovision couple: 'I give it a month'Taylor Swift brings Robbie Williams on stage to sing 'Angels' on Reputation tour's second night at Wembley StadiumMy Chemical Romance announce first tour in almost nine yearsJesse Tyler Ferguson reveals there might be more Modern FamilyRapper Action Bronson works out with personal trainer on weight loss journey "The beautiful #jodiewhittaker in our custom made beanbag ball dress for #thebritawards2022 @britawardsinc - the dress is all made from end of life materials and was created specifically to incorporate her pregnancy, while allowing Jodie to retain her sense of self," she wrote in the caption. Jodie married Christian, an American actor, in 2008 and they share a seven-year-old daughter.
David Tennant confirmed for epic Doctor Who role reprisal after almost a decade
Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker will be killed off later this year and turn into David Tennant.The actor will sensationally reprise his role for one story where he will be reunited with old companion Donna Noble played by Catherine Tate.But after just one episode, his time will be up and he will regenerate into the new Doctor being portrayed by Ncuti Gatwa.A source said: "This is the first time this has ever happened in the show’s history. It marks its 60th birthday next year and what better way to celebrate."Jodie is bowing out as the BBC show’s ever female Time Lord later this year.The Thirteenth Doctor will meet her match going up against The Daleks, The Cybermen and The Master.However, when she regenerates, she will change back into Tennant who has been voted fans’ favourite Doc of all time.The Scots actor was The Tenth Doctor from 2005 until 2010.But now in a dramatic twist, he will also become The Fourteenth Doctor.And when he changes his face, Sex Education star Ncuti will be The Fifteenth Doctor.New showrunner Russell T Davies teased about Tennant and Tate’s return: "They’re back!"And it looks impossible - first, we announce a new Doctor, and then an old Doctor, along with the wonderful Donna, what on earth is happening?"Maybe this is a missing story.
Ncuti Gatwa left 'stunned' after 'priceless support' from previous Doctor Who actors
BBC as Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor Who replacement, putting an end to speculation from fans of the hit sci-fi series. The 29-year-old actor, who is best known for his performance in Sex Education as Eric Effiong, has since taken to social media to thank the show's previous stars for their "support", revealing he's been left "speechless".Now, Ncuti has revealed that he spoke to current and previous incarnations of the Doctor, Jodie Whittaker and David Tennant.He did so while in attendance at the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards at the Royal Festival Hall on Sunday, where he was nominated for Male Performance in a Comedy Programme for his role as Eric in Sex Education.Taking to Instagram yesterday, Ncuti heaped praise on his predecessors as he thanked them for their advice at the event.In view of his 2.7 million followers, Ncuti penned: “The Doctor herself, Jodie Whittaker and Mr David Tennant for your beautiful words of support and encouragement on BAFTA day.“I was absolutely c***ing my pants and honestly speaking to you two was priceless.”He went on: “The Doctor Who fam: Russell, all the producers and the wonderful fans have been so gracious and welcoming. I am stunned and speechless at the support.”Ncuti added a series of pictures of himself at the BAFTA event and prefaced his acknowledgement for the fellow actors by warning fans his caption would be “cringe”.He said: “There are a lot of thank you’s in this caption so please excuse the cringe.“But mans feeling hella grateful at the moment… (sic)“Thank you @bafta for continually supporting and recognising the @sexeducation family and myself.
Georgia Tennant shares glimpse inside David Tennant's 51st birthday celebrations in LA
David Tennant certainly marked his 51st birthday in style! Both he and his wife Georgia were in Los Angeles over the Easter period with their children, and the couple headed to the trendy Cecconi's for a lavish birthday meal.MORE: David Tennant's wife Georgia seriously divides fans with rare couple photosSharing a snapshot of the Doctor Who star with his mixed berry pavlova, Georgia wrote on Instagram: "Happy Birthday to Mr G Tennant x #paisleymess #fiftyonederful." She also added the hashtags, #LAwithoutahat and #niche.WATCH: David Tennant carries daughter Birdie in adorable clipCelebrity friends and fans alike were quick to comment, with Jennifer Garner writing: "Happy Birthday, Mr. T! [heart emojis]." One fan stated: "Liking for your reflection in the spoon."MORE: Georgia Tennant's dad makes hilarious jibe at David TennantSEE: 10 rare photos of David and Georgia Tennant's five adorable childrenAnother said: "Happy Birthday David, I hope the rumours about you coming back to Doctor Who are true." A fourth post read: "Happy birthday, Sir! I hope you had a wonderful day with your family, and could share a piece of this huge cake with Georgia, just 1 spoon."The couple, who have been married since December 2021, share two sons and three daughters - Ty, 20, Olive, 11, Wilfred, eight, Doris, seven, and two-year-old Birdie.