The role that David Tennant is perhaps best known
for is that of the Doctor in the BBC Wales Sci Fi series Doctor Who.
David joined the show in 2005 as the Tenth incarnation
of the Time Lord and went on to achieve global success with the part.
Over 4 years and 47 episodes David won critical acclaim,
walking away from the show in January 2010 with an armfull of accolades including National Television Awards and a BAFTA Cymru.
Fans too were won and his Doctor was voted the best ever
by reader's of Doctor Who Magazine.
In November 2009 the episode The Waters Of Mars gave
BBC America their biggest ever ratings.
And in the UK over 10 Million people tuned in on 1st
January 2010 to see the demise of David's Doctor as he regenrated.
The 23rd November 2013 saw
the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who and marked the return of David Tennant to the TARDIS.
The episode was simulcast to over 75 countries worldwide and streamed live in to cinemas across the globe.