Skip to comments...Diana Rigg joins Matt Smith and new assistant Jenna-Louise Coleman on the Doctor Who set
Posted on 07/04/2012 6:16:26 AM PDT by C19fan
Two iconic British television shows collided this week when The Avengers star Diana Rigg popped up on the set of Doctor Who. The actress, 73, was pictured filming a guest role on the BBC series with Matt Smith and new assistant Jenna-Louise Coleman. The trio were dressed in Period costume as they filmed scenes in Butetown, in Cardiff.
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"Pictures would be helpful." :)
My 35 year old son is a life time fan of Dr. Who. When he was very little, 3 yrs old, he was smart enough to know that Sesame Street was a waste of his time. He preferred Dr. Who. Bright little guy, he was and is!
I was late being Whoized. I would switch channels when Dr. Who was on PBS when I was a kid but the new series starting with Eccleston got me hooked.
She looks a lot older than 73.
Oh well... I remember watching The Avengers when I was in the 8th grade...
Yeah, me too. I was in 4th grade :-)
BTW, here's a little youtube scene just for the fun of it:
Aw what the heck, here's another humor break with 'Donna Noble' featured
Catherine on the skit w/ Blair A Catherine Tate skit w/ Blair, where Blair turns Tates tv persona back on her with the 'I ain't bothered'
No plastic surgery, I bet. Plus she's wearing a costume that makes her look 120 years older.
That’s true. Costuming does have a lot to do with it. She’s still one of the best around.
LOL! Thanks. It’s good to laugh!
We’re loving Dr. Who, too. Watching it on Netflix. Can’t wait until the next season is available. I was surprised at how quickly my kids, ages 10 and 13, fell in love with the show.
I even had a Lotus Elan the same color as hers...:^)
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