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Derek as the Master in Doctor Who

Sir Derek Jacobi (born 22nd October 1938) is a British actor, knighted in 1994 for his services to theatre.

He has performed in three different media for Doctor Who. Undoubtedly most associated with the character of the Master, he played two different incarnations of that Time Lord. (DW: Utopia, WC: Scream of the Shalka) He also portrayed Martin Bannister, an aging would-be television writer whose life was apparently ruined by his inability to sell a series called Doctor Who. (DWU: Deadline)

According to an interview he gave for Doctor Who Confidential, being on Doctor Who was a long term goal of his, ever since the 1960s, as was playing a part on Coronation Street.

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Derek Jacobi

Derek Jacobi (b. 1938) is an acclaimed British actor and stage director who played Daedalus in The StoryTeller: Greek Myths episode "Daedalus and Icarus." He also appeared in two projects with digital effects by the Creature Shop: Jason and the Argonauts (as Phineas) and Gosford Park (as Probert).

Jacobi starred in the title role of the Masterpiece Theater series I, Claudius and as Professor Yana on BBC series Doctor Who. His film credits include The Day of the Jackal, Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet, Gladiator, and Underworld: Evolution. Jacobi was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1994, and is only the second actor, after Laurence Oliver, to hold a knighthood from both England and Denmark.

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