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i would love Orlando Bloom, left, = or Damien Molony to play Dr Who. And as for a woman Dr Who n0000000 way! Dont go there BBC plz. But the best Dr Who so far was David Tennant. Jayne Haverhill

Give Dr Who gig to Mark Heap from = Green Wing. Dr Alan Statham as time lord would be hilarious! benny

I think Toby Stevens from tv show = Vexed would be great Dr Who. Just the right amount of quirkiness and straight acting. JAN

Aidan Gillen should be the next = Doctor Who. Great actor and would be perfect for the part. green arrow

THE CHOICE OF NEXT DOCTOR IS = OBVIOUS, VALENTINO ROSSI. HARVEY MUSHMAN

What about the comedian Rich = Hall as the next Dr Who? I know he's a Yank but he's funny and slightly mad so I reckon he'd fit the role a treat! Andrew Sliversaits

Johnny Vegas 2 be the nxt Dr Who. Billy Boy

Get well soon Paris Jackson and praise to the "Doctor who" helps you. tonka

Sorry but the Doctor Who role has already been filled. Don't you people know how time travel works? Twelfth Doctor.

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