Miles Northcott is the founder of this podcast and the chief editor. He is a man of many talents having been a professional singer, was the founder of The Devon SeaSide Devils a Doctor Who group based in Exeter in the early 1990s,and editor of The Russell Buer Show fanzine from 1989 to the present. He is also a contributor to the book “YOU & WHO ELSE”, and a regular letter writer and guest presenter on many different podcasts. You’ll hear Miles as the First Doctor.
Katrina Griffiths is a Canadian shpadoinkle geek who found Doctor Who in a very backwards way, through Queer as Folk (US) inspired by the UK version by Russell T. Davies which then lead to Torchwood. Thanks to a fantastic improv community in her home city she started taking improv classes and started learning how good improv with great people can get someone out of their shell. She hopes this podcast can do the same for other people. She’s also a co-host on Verity! Podcast (an all female Doctor Who podcast) and fanfiction writer. Katrina is not a contrarian no matter how many times other people say she is. You’ll hear Katrina as Susan and the 10th Doctor.
Derek L. Cook, a relative newcomer to the Whoniverse (he started with the ninth Doctor) who is coming to appreciate the earliest episodes and hopes to get caught up with the rest of cast. He is an actor, currently working on “THE DEADERSONS” (which is a “throw-back” show to the American 50’s and 60’s style sitcom which is like a cross between The Munsters and Leave It To Beaver) and an improviser having received training at The Second City in Chicago and has cut his chops on the small stage at The Comedy Shrine in Aurora, IL. He has a fondness for creating characters and working with different accents and dialects to bring depth to them. Derek is an avid reader from non-fiction to biographies/auto-biographies (usually about actors he grew up watching as a child) to classical literature, comic books and everything in between. You’ll hear Derek as a number of supporting characters.
Randy Cook has been a Doctor Who fan since 1981 when, after being nudged by a classmate to check out the show, he was hooked immediately by watching a late-night PBS showing of “The Horns of Nimon”. His day job is being an IT Specialist (avoiding Windows as much as possible). He serves as an organist for two local churches, and has a long history as accompanist for various choral groups and amateur musical theatre productions. Randy discovered an escape from shyness in the form of pretending to be someone else through acting. Smaller community theatre roles led to indie films and YouTube videos, most recently a recurring role as Frank Stein in the current series “THE DEADERSONS”. “Doctor Who’s Line Is It? … Anyway!” provides a wonderful way to combine his love of Doctor Who with a new challenge — improv comedy! You’ll hear Randy as Mickey (and supporting cast)
Sue Cook first fell in love with Doctor Who in the 80s on PBS. Sue has been acting/singing in various theaters since she was 10, with the exception of hiatus from 1992-2010 due to illness. At the age of 50 she was cast in her first film, and in 2011 earned her entrance to the Screen Actors Guild. Sue is currently involved with “The DEADERSONS” where she plays Harriett Hatchett, the town Busybody. She is very excited to be in the regular cast of “Dr. Who’s Line Is It…Anyway” where she is able to act alongside her heroes, and have a blast doing it. You’ll hear Sue as Barbara Wright.
Tony Eccles is by day a museum ethnographer, and by night a dabbler in popular culture. An entity with a Scouse accent whose founding years were influenced by early tales of Doctor Who; Tony grew up with crisps, Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker and quickly became fascinated by ghost and horror tales. This led to him discovering HP Lovecraft in his teen years. One of the “Cygnus Alpha” team in Devon, Tony has contributed to the following charity anthologies: “The 12 Doctors of Christmas”, “Terrors of the Theatre Diabolique” and “the Secret Invasion.” Tony is a lover of Spanish omelette. You’ll hear Tony as Ian Chesterton.
Kerry Schofield is a British 30-something (or late twenties as she prefers) working, studying single mum of two- originally from London, but now residing in a beautiful rural seaside town. A latecomer to technology, Kerry is just beginning her blogging adventure and until now, was a complete podcast virgin. Kerry blagged herself into the mayhem of DWLIIA with very few credentials other than a serious love of the good Doctor. Kerry discovered Doctor Who at the start of Christopher Eccleston’s reign, and has wholeheartedly taken on the Whovian geek way of life- evidenced by four Who-themed tattoos, 3 cardboard cutout Doctors that live in her downstairs loo, and a Dalek costume she adorns at every available opportunity. Kerry is still waiting for the TARDIS to turn up at her door, but while she does she is very excited to be a part of this new adventure. You’ll hear Kerry as Jackie Tyler.
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