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Life at 400 can be a pain (1980)

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ACTRESS Adrienne Corri had to age 400 years for her latest role in Dr Who.

And she found the process alarming as well as painful.

Adrienne, 50, who plays he leader of an alien race, says: "I was covered with a latex material which pulled my face into all sorts of shapes. I looked absolutely terrible.

"It hurt, too. It took them two hours to put it on and I complained all the time.

And when it all came off I still looked dreadful. I felt like suing the BBC."

But later in the series the make - up girls made her look like a teenager, so she forgave them.

In tonight's episode of br Who (BBC 1, 5.55) the Doctor, played by Tom Baker, tries to discover the real purpose of the recreation generator.

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