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Potter Stars win BAFTA Awards; Videos from Red Carpet
Posted by Megs

The 2014  BAFTA Awards were televised this evening in London and a few Harry Potter stars took away awards. David Bradley, who played Argus Filch the Caretaker, won Best Supporting Actor for his work in Broadchurch. Broadchurch, which also stars David Tennant (Barty Crouch Jr.), won Best Drama.

The Doctor Who episode, Doctor Who: Day Of The Doctor, which starred Tennant and John Hurt (Ollivander) won the RadioTimes Audience Award which was voted on by fans.

Julie Walters was the recipient of the Fellowship award, the highest accolade bestowed by the Academy in recognition of an outstanding and exceptional contribution to film, television or games. A video of Julie before the ceremony may be read below:

There is also a video with Helena Bonham Carter, who was nominated for Best Actress.

Filed Under: David Bradley, David Tennant, Helena Bonham Carter, Julie Walters
David Bradley to Star in Doctor Who Anniversary Special
Posted by Megs

David Bradley, better known to Potter fans as Argus Filch, will be playing a Time Lord in a 90-minute BBC Drama special in honor of Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary.  The special is entitled An Adventure in Space and Time, and David will be portraying William Hartnell (a previous Doctor Who actor) in the story.  Doctor Who first aired on November 23rd 1963, so this special will tell the story of the genesis of Doctor Who and the personalities involved.

David had the following to say about the roll: “I’m absolutely thrilled. I first heard about this role from Mark Gatiss while watching the Diamond Jubilee flotilla from the roof of the National Theatre. When he asked if I would interested, I almost bit his hand off! […] Mark has written such a wonderful script not only about the birth of a cultural phenomenon, but a moment in television’s history. William Hartnell was one of the finest character actors of our time and as a fan I want to make sure that I do him justice. I’m so looking forward to getting started.”

The writer, Mark Gatiss, said: “What a cast! I’m utterly delighted that everyone’s favourite Time Lord will be in such brilliant and stellar company. We have a terrific team who can’t wait to tell the fascinating and surprising story of how the Doctor began his journey through space and time.”

Filed Under: David Bradley


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