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  • Lindsay Duncan
  • Lindsay Duncan
  • Lindsay Duncan
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  • She also contributed to the charity reference book Behind the Sofa: Celebrity Memories of Doctor Who. At the time of filming The Waters of Mars, Duncan was fifty-eight years old. As her character was identified by the BBC as the Doctor's companion, this made her the oldest actor to play a companion in the franchise's history. This distinction lasted a little over a month until her record was well-surpassed by eighty-year-old Bernard Cribbins in The End of Time.
  • Lindsay is notable for her role in Les Liaisons dangereuses (1985-1986) and Private Lives (2001-2002). She also starred in several plays by Harold Pinter. Lindsay has won two Olivier awards and a Tony award. Duncan played Adelaide Brooke, companion to the Doctor, in the second of the 2009 Doctor Who specials Duncan is set to reprise her role as Queen Annis in the premiere of Series 5.
  • In television, Duncan has guest starred on The New Avengers, Spooks, and Poirot, and was a regular on the HBO series Rome as Julius Caesar's lover Servilia. She also appeared in such mini-series as Reilly, Ace of Spies and Traffik. Her film credits include the voice of the droid TC-14 in Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace and dual roles in the 1996 version of A Midsummer Night's Dream (as Titania and Hippolyta) and the 1999 adaptation of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park (as Mrs. Price and Lady Bertram).
  • Lindsay Duncan voiced TC-14 in The Phantom Menace. Her husband, Hilton McRae, played Arvel Crynyd in Return of the Jedi.
  • Lindsay Duncan realizó la voz de TC-14 en Star Wars Episodio I: La Amenaza Fantasma.
  • Lindsay Duncan is the actress who played Elizabeth Smallwood in Sherlock. Duncan is known for her roles in such shows as A Year in Provence, Rome and, more recently, The Honorable Woman. She is also known for her portrayal of Captain Adelaide Brooke in the Doctor Who special "The Waters of Mars".
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IMDB
  • 242026
Birthplace
  • Edinburgh, Scotland
KO
  • 린지 던컨
  • 린지 던컨
Voice
Appearances
  • "His Last Vow"
Nombre
  • Lindsay Duncan
Story
Birth Date
  • 1950-11-07
Eyes
  • Blue
Last
  • Arthur's Bane: Part One
Role
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  • Lindsay Duncan
  • Lindsay Duncan
Hair
  • Blonde
Name
  • Lindsay Duncan
  • Lindsay Vere Duncan
Text
  • Lindsay Duncan
  • Lindsay Duncan
First
  • His Father's Son
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Birth Place
  • Edinburgh, Scotland
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  • Voz de TC-14 en Star Wars Episodio I: La Amenaza Fantasma
Birthday
  • 1950-11-07
Job Title
  • Actor
Character
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  • Lindsay Duncan
  • Lindsay Duncan
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  • Lindsay Duncan
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  • name/nm0242026/
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Gender
  • Female
Birth
  • 1950-11-07
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  • She also contributed to the charity reference book Behind the Sofa: Celebrity Memories of Doctor Who. At the time of filming The Waters of Mars, Duncan was fifty-eight years old. As her character was identified by the BBC as the Doctor's companion, this made her the oldest actor to play a companion in the franchise's history. This distinction lasted a little over a month until her record was well-surpassed by eighty-year-old Bernard Cribbins in The End of Time.
  • Lindsay is notable for her role in Les Liaisons dangereuses (1985-1986) and Private Lives (2001-2002). She also starred in several plays by Harold Pinter. Lindsay has won two Olivier awards and a Tony award. Duncan played Adelaide Brooke, companion to the Doctor, in the second of the 2009 Doctor Who specials Duncan is set to reprise her role as Queen Annis in the premiere of Series 5.
  • In television, Duncan has guest starred on The New Avengers, Spooks, and Poirot, and was a regular on the HBO series Rome as Julius Caesar's lover Servilia. She also appeared in such mini-series as Reilly, Ace of Spies and Traffik. Her film credits include the voice of the droid TC-14 in Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace and dual roles in the 1996 version of A Midsummer Night's Dream (as Titania and Hippolyta) and the 1999 adaptation of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park (as Mrs. Price and Lady Bertram).
  • Lindsay Duncan voiced TC-14 in The Phantom Menace. Her husband, Hilton McRae, played Arvel Crynyd in Return of the Jedi.
  • Lindsay Duncan realizó la voz de TC-14 en Star Wars Episodio I: La Amenaza Fantasma.
  • Lindsay Duncan is the actress who played Elizabeth Smallwood in Sherlock. Duncan is known for her roles in such shows as A Year in Provence, Rome and, more recently, The Honorable Woman. She is also known for her portrayal of Captain Adelaide Brooke in the Doctor Who special "The Waters of Mars".
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