David Tennant will be the cover star of tomorrow's (12th June 2012) Radio Times.
“Doctor Who opened more doors than it closed. I was never bored, but I wanted to make sure I left before it became a job,” says David Tennant in this week’s Radio Times, discussing his time in the TARDIS. “I’m very glad it happened. Mercifully, I haven’t been typecast.”
He’s talking to us this week on the eve of the new, semi-improvised drama True Love’s BBC1 debut, which sees Tennant cast as a married man whose life is thrown into turmoil by a reunion with his first love. “It wasn’t what I expected,” says the 41-year-old actor. “We were given a storyline, but no dialogue, which I’ve never done before…”
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