First female cast as Doctor Who

The thirteenth Doctor Who has been revealed, and for the first time ever a female has been cast as the Time Lord.

British actress Jodie Whittaker has been announced as the next star of the long-running science fiction series.


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The 35-year-old has worked extensively in British film and television, and is best known for playing the mother of a murdered boy in detective drama Broadchurch.

Whittaker will replace Scottish actor Peter Capaldi as Doctor Who at the end of the year.

Speaking to Radio Times, Whittaker said: “I want to tell the fans not to be scared by my gender. Because this is a really exciting time, and ‘Doctor Who’ represents everything that’s exciting about change.”

 

Carla is a full time journalist, presenter and announcer for 102.9 Hot Tomato and myGC.com.au, joining the team towards the end of 2011. When she is isn’t busy presenting all of myGC’s videos, bringing you the latest news or chatting live on air, Carla will often be found scoping out the hottest local events. Carla holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Bond University, where she graduated with number of First in Class and Dean’s List of Academic Excellence awards. Carla is also a well-regarded MC, singer and actor. Some of her credits include hosting the Australia’s Next Top Model Queensland Auditions for Foxtel, guest starring on Toybox for Channel Seven, and performing as Mrs Banks in The Arts Centre Gold Coast’s production of Mary Poppins.

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