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Mark Gatiss
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Mark Gatiss (born 17th October 1966, in Sedgefield, Durham, England, UK) is a British actor probably best known for his role in The League of Gentlemen. However he also has a longstanding tie to Doctor Who, having done some of his earliest acting work for the BBV Productions spinoff films, while at the same time writing several Doctor Who novels. He also appeared in the 2001 documentary series, "SF:UK" in which he talked about DW (amongst other things).

When the "Doctor Who" television series was revived in 2005 he contributed two scripts, narrated several episodes of Doctor Who Confidential, and guest-starred as Professor Richard Lazarus in The Lazarus Experiment.

Contents

Doctor Who-related acting credits

Doctor Who

Big Finish Doctor Who Audio Dramas

Doctor Who spin-offs

Doctor Who DVDs

  • Terry Scanlon - "Global Conspiracy" (a feature of the The Green Death DVD)
  • The Doctor - The Web of Caves comedy skit on the The Beginning DVD
  • Mark - The Kidnapping comedy skit on the The Beginning DVD

Doctor Who-related writing credits

Doctor Who TV Stories

Doctor Who spin-offs

Doctor Who DVDs

  • Global Conspiracy
  • The Web of Caves
  • The Kidnapping

Bibliography

Doctor Who Novels

Virgin New Adventures

BBC Past Doctor Adventures

Big Finish Audios

External links

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Muppet

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From Muppet Wiki

Mark Gatiss (b. 1966) is a British comedian, actor, and writer, and a member of the League of Gentlemen comedy troupe. With fellow troupe members Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith, Gatiss was heard in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy as the Vogons.

Gatiss' other credits range from writing episodes of the current Doctor Who series to a guest spot on Marple as a timid curate, and a voice-over in Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.

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