Question: Was David Tennant the first doctor?

On 16 April 2005, the BBC announced that David Tennant had been selected for the role of the Tenth Doctor. His first full episode as the Doctor, barring an appearance in a mini-episode during the 2005 Children in Need show, was the 2005 Christmas Special, The Christmas Invasion.

Who was the first official Doctor?

William Hartnell Changes of appearanceSeries leadIncarnationTenureWilliam HartnellFirst Doctor1963–66Patrick TroughtonSecond Doctor1966–69Jon PertweeThird Doctor1970–74Tom BakerFourth Doctor1974–819 more rows

What doctor was before David Tennant?

Ninth DoctorThe Ninth DoctorPreceded byPaul McGannSucceeded byDavid TennantInformationTenure26 March – 18 June 200512 more rows

Will David Tennant return to Dr Who?

David Tennant is set to reprise his Doctor Who role alongside father-in-law Peter Davison. Tennant, 49, and Davison, 69, will both return as the character for a new audio special set to bring back past incarnations of the Time Lord over the coming year.

Which actor played the Doctor the longest?

Tom Baker As of 25 December 2018, official television productions have depicted fourteen distinct incarnations of the Doctor. The longest-lasting on-screen incarnation is the Fourth Doctor, played by Tom Baker for seven years.

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