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Who v Bitch (2006)

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  • Publication: The Sun
  • Date: 2006-08-03
  • Author: Colin Robertson
  • Page: 3
  • Language: English

EVIL ZOE TAKES ON TIME LORD


FOOTBALLERS' Wives star Zoe Lucker is being lined up to play Doctor Who's evil arch-enemy The Rani.

Show bosses are bringing back the terrible Time Lady, who was originally played by Kate O'Mara in the 1980s.

And sexy Zoe — superbitch Tanya Turner in racy ITV1 hit Footballers' Wives — is a dead cert for the part.

An insider said: "The Rani was a classic character — pure evil. She's ripe for a return and Zoe is perfect to play her. There are similarities between The Rani and bitchy Tanya."

The Rani is a time traveller like the Doctor but channels her energy into evil — a scientific genius who creates monsters.

TV sex symbol O'Mara — who turns 67 next Thursday — featured as The Rani in two special serials in the late '80s and early '90s.

She also played Joan Collins's sister Caress in US drama Dynasty and was on our screens in Five soap Family Affairs last year.

Doctor Who chiefs are writing the third in the revamped series of the BBC1 show and more classic characters could return. The last series saw comebacks for the Cybermen, K-9 and Sarah Jane.


Caption: Kate ... as Rani

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