Tom Baker, Louise Jameson and John Leeson ' Doctor Who ' Television Signed Photograph Autograph £25.00
This is a Convention signed 10" x 8" Colour photograph by the former Doctor Who, his assistant and the British actor who does the voice of K9.
Thomas Stewart "Tom" Baker (born 20 January 1934) is an English actor. He is best known for his role as the fourth incarnation of the Doctor in the science fiction series Doctor Who from 1974 to 1981, a longer tenure than any other actor, and for his narration of the comedy series Little Britain. In a 2005 poll, his voice was found to be the fourth most recognisable in Britain.
At the age of 15 Baker became a novice monk with the De la Mennais Brothers in Jersey and later in Shropshire. However, he gradually lost his vocation and when 21 he left monastic life and undertook National Service in the Royal Army Medical Corps. On leaving the army, he joined the Merchant Navy and then became an actor joining the Royal National Theatre Company under Laurence Olivier.
Baker's first major film role was as Rasputin in Nicholas and Alexandra, and he played the villain in The Golden Voyage of Sinbad in 1973. In 1974, Baker assumed the role of the Doctor in the BBC science fiction series, Doctor Who, becoming an iconic figure and the longest to hold the role. He continued to win regular roles in TV later in his career, most notably in the series Medics and Monarch of the Glen. With his distinctive voice, in addition to other character roles, Baker has narrated many adverts, video games and television series including Little Britain.
Louise Jameson (born 20 April 1951) is an English actress, with a wide variety of British TV and theatre credits. She is best known for her appearances in British TV series EastEnders, Doctor Who, Bergerac, and Tenko.