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Satia, ich hab schon wieder eins. Ich glaube, das ist das verrückteste Interview mit David, das ich je gelesen habe. Die Fragen sind total schräg, und seine Antworten irgendwie auch. Erstaunlich, dass er die überhaupt beantwortet LOL

Ich kann ihn auch wieder total vor mir sehen und seine Stimme hören, wenn ich das lese. Bitteschön:

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LOOOOOL - da sind ja ein paar Knaller dabei! Eines der besten ist "Da denke ich jetzt mal genau drüber nach und werde es dir dann nicht sagen"

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*aufm Boden kugel vor lachen* nein, wie köstlich! :heulvorlachen

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Ich hab es auch gerade gelesen. Herrlich!!! :rollen
Aber schon früh im Netz, wenn es doch erst "October 2011" veröffentlicht wird ...
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Das Interview ist genial. Am besten fand ich das:

What is the one thing you do better than everyone else?
David: (Pause)... Shit! Um... Shit. That's not my answer, by the way. (Another pause) I don't think there is anything, which is deeply, deeply tragic.

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Diese Serie von Interviews ist übrigens generell sehr lesenswert, hier sind ein paar aus dem Jahr 2010: http://www.empireonline.com/features/2010/pint-of-milk-interviews/


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Hab die Zeitschrift (Empire, Ausgabe 10/2011) gerade im Original in der Hand, und die ist wirklich sehr lesenswert. Neben dem DT-Interview ist auch die Fright Night Kritik drin (3/5 Sternen) und noch zwei tolle Bilder von David, der bei ner Veranstaltung der Zeitschrift im Millenium Dome dabei war :sabber

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Interview mit DT aus der April-Ausgabe des Red Magazines:
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Das Interview gefällt mir sehr gut!
Seine Antwort auf die Frage, welche seiner Rollen ihn bisher am meisten über Liebe gelehrt habe, fand ich klasse. Ich hoffe, dass ich irgendwann mal die Möglichkeit haben werde, Look Back in Anger zu sehen.
Man kann sich da in Gruppen in dem Museum das derlei Theaterstücke als Archiv aufbewahrt zeigen lassen. Leider machen sie weder für Geld noch für gute Worte Kopien von dieser Aufzeichnung ...

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Ein zehnjähriger (echt süßer) Junge aus einem englischen Filmclub wurde zur Pressevorführung von "Pirates" eingeladen und hatte die Chance diverse Sprecher und Macher zu interviewen - darunter auch David.
Das Interview ist niedlich, aber normalerweise hätte ich es hier nicht eingestellt - doch es gibt darin eine Besonderheit, die ich einfach so schön fand, dass ich sie euch zeigen musste ...
Der Knirps spricht mit etlichen Erwachsenen - zu allen muss er das Mikro hoch halten ... nur David ist auf Augenhöhe mit ihm, weil er vor dem Krümel offenbar sofort in die Hocke gegangen ist, um vernünftig mit ihm sprechen zu können.
Nennt es Übertreibung, aber das sagt für mich unheimlich viel darüber aus, wie wichtig er sein Kinderpublikum nimmt ...
David kommt in dem Video übrigens mehrmals vor.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=u4zCsU5dcJ4#!

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ach gott ist das goldig. :mrgreen:

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Hach ja ... Er ist halt ganz was Spezielles, unser DT!

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Wow, das ist wirklich süß! :knuddel

Satia hat geschrieben:
Nennt es Übertreibung, aber das sagt für mich unheimlich viel darüber aus, wie wichtig er sein Kinderpublikum nimmt ...


Nein, das ist keineswegs Übertreibung, sowas sagt sehr viel über jemanden aus.


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:jiggle Wie wunderbar ich finde das spiegelt Dt unheimlich in seiner Art wieder , den ( so kommt es mir vor ) er ist wirklich der einzige der auch auf das Kind eingeht. Nicht nur mit der Augenhöhe auch den fragen er kommuniziert nicht frei nach " stell deine frage und gut ist" er nimmt sich zeit ..

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Das ist wirklich lobenswert. Echt klasse!

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Oh je ... der arme David :mrgreen:
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“It’s ghastly. Every time I do a play, I have a moment when I think I’ll never do it again. Genuinely, I’ll think it’s not worth it —– it’s just agony. You’re often aware of how close you are to drying. You’re on stage and you’re composing the speech you’re about to give: ‘Ladies and gentlemen, terribly sorry, but I have to leave the stage now and throw up in my dressing room.’ Maybe I need that fear.”
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Ein kurzes Interview aus dem Virgin Media Magazine. Nix Neues, aber zumindest ich kannte zwei der Fotos (die unteren beiden auf der 2. Seite) noch nicht:

http://a--scandal--in--the--tardis.tumblr.com/post/22906336658/david-tennant-interview-virgin-media-magazine


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Danke für den Link. Die kannte ich auch noch nicht alle.

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David spricht im Radio darüber, ob er es bereut oder nicht, DW verlassen zu haben.
Der erste Teil des Videos ist mit Bild, danach nur noch Ton.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=282veaeNmSk#!

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Ein neues Interview zum Start von True Love: http://tennantnews.blogspot.co.at/2012/06/i-dont-see-why-you-have-to-be-perfect.html

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David hat "Theatre Mania" ein Interview gegeben, in dem er über seine Rolle in Spies of Warsaw, über Spakespeare im Speziellen und Theater im allgemeinenn spricht.
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Theatre Mania spoke to David Tennant recently about his love of Shakespeare and his new eagerly anticipated BBC drama, The Spies Of Warsaw:

David Tennant is one of the British stage's most popular actors, having won awards and acclaim for his performances in such shows as Hamlet and Much Ado About Nothing. Stateside, he is best known for his portrayal for five seasons of the title character on the classic series Dr. Who -- and will take part in the series' upcoming 50th anniversary special next year -- and his work as Bartemous Crouch, Jr. in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.


Currently, Tennant is focusing on movies and television, and recently filmed BBC America's two-part period miniseries, Spies of Warsaw, in which he plays Colonel Jean-Francois Mercier, a somewhat dashing, somewhat vulnerable, somewhat tough spy. TheaterMania recently spoke to Tennant about the miniseries, his hopes of doing theater in the U.S., and why he loves Shakespeare.

THEATERMANIA: How did you like playing this character in Spies of Warsaw?
DAVID TENNANT: It was great. He's the hero of the piece, but he is very much his own man. He's very much the military man following the orders of his superiors until he decides that's not the course of action he's willing to follow and then he becomes a rebel, so that's an interesting character plot to follow.

TM: He sounds a little bit like James Bond? Is he?
DT: When the script first came in, it was pitched to me as the French James Bond, with all that that entails. And as with Bond, he's a bit of a womanizer. Part of the reason for that is that he is quite damaged and quite introspective and isn't willing to share his life with anybody, so he has a succession of brief and uninvested love affairs.

TM: So you are going back and forth now between television and theater. Was that always the career plan?
DT: Yeah, that's the dream (laughs). It's working out so far.

TM Would you consider doing any theater in the US?
DT: I'd love to, yes.

TM: You are really enamored of Shakespeare's work, aren't you?
DT: I am on the board of the Royal Shakespeare Company and a huge part of what they do is education and outreach -- partly just to educate an audience for themselves but also just to teach that sort of language so kids can appreciate it. I think Shakespeare is one of those things that you get very excited about when you do it and when you love it and when you feel like you own that language. Often it's a difficult thing to teach to kids because it can feel like a slow and a difficult thing, but it can be really inspiring!

TM: What Shakespeare play best characterizes life currently?
DT: I don't think there's just one. I think what's extraordinary about Shakespeare is just every one of his plays seems to be eternally relevant. Maybe The Taming of the Shrew or The Merchant of Venice are a bit harder to spin these days, but certainly something like Hamlet feels like it was written yesterday and, something like Measure for Measure has extraordinary questions about how we feel about fidelity and sex. I mean, it's a very modern play.

TM: Which is easier for you to do, Shakespeare or modern plays?
DT: Sometimes it's easier to do Shakespeare than more modern stuff because you have the rhythm of it and because when the language is really good, really juicy, it's much easier to get behind it and join it up in your head. The hardest plays to learn are badly written ones, so actually Shakespeare is not as hard to learn as some scripts.

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David hat der Times ein langes Interview gegeben.
Und wäre unser Foren-Jack nicht schon ein Fan von Mr. Tennant, wäre er es spätestens jetzt, denn DT liebt es zu kochen und ist der Meinung, dass Jamie nur schwer zu schlagen ist ;)

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David Tennant Interview - The Times, 23rd February 2013

“Look at this!” says David Tennant ecstatically, waving a slice of chocolate cake at me and insisting I have some too. “You don’t get this at the BBC!”

It’s quite a shock to find him so transformed. I have just been watching him playing granite-featured Detective Inspector Alec Hardy — a man who can gaze at the corpse of a child without a flicker of emotion.

Tennant, in person a much cheerier soul, takes the lead in Broadchurch, ITV’s answer to The Killing. The drama series follows the disintegration of a close-knit seaside community after the mysterious death of a little boy.

Much of the tension stems from the friction between Tennant’s enigmatic character and DS Ellie Miller, played brilliantly by Olivia Colman, a dissolving marshmallow of pity as she attempts to cope with the murder of her young son’s best friend. Needless to say, the ill-matched colleagues don’t hit it off. But in real life, Colman says, Tennant is “the nicest man in the world”.

“I’m very glad she says that,” says Tennant, blushing, when I relay this to him. “Of course I’m not.” Well, perhaps there are a couple of even nicer chaps out there, but it is remarkable that, even though he inhabits the frequently bitchy world of showbiz, there seems to be no one who has a bad word to say about him.

Despite his fame, he remains polite, chatty and self-deprecating. “I was well brought-up,” he explains with a laugh. He’s also universally hailed as a great actor, having carried off roles as diverse as Casanova, Hamlet, Benedick, Barty Crouch Jr in Harry Potter, and, er, harassed teacher Mr Peterson in Nativity 2 (yes, I’ve got small children).

So it seems a bit of a shame that there is now only one role with which he will forever be associated — although he clearly doesn’t mind that enough to stop looking and dressing like the tenth Dr Who. Today, for instance, in a meeting room at ITV, he is wearing a stripy T-shirt, clingy tweed trousers, highly-polished tan brogues and spotty Paul Smith socks on his bony ankles. His brown hair is sticking out in all directions, his eyes boggle and he twitches with nervous energy. Frankly, he could have stepped straight out of his Tardis. It’s just that he speaks in a Scottish accent rather than an Estuary one.

It was as a little boy, watching Peter Davison playing the Time Lord, that Tennant famously realised he wanted to do the same. After he landed the part in 2005, he was quoted as saying he’d be the Doctor forever. Five years later, he left. “Suddenly to be in a world where it feels like everyone is staring at you takes a bit of getting used to. You have to keep questioning whether it’s worth it. It’s not a bad thing — it’s a huge privilege — but it also feels like a bit of a responsibility.”

Besides, he owed it to his childhood ambitions, he says, not to lose his enthusiasm for the role. “I thought I should go out while I’d still miss it, rather than stay on until the thought of squeezing myself into a tight suit and running around and shouting and saving the world felt like a bit of a drag. I wanted it to be a special thing I had this wonderful treat of being asked to do.”

He’s kept some of Dr Who’s suits and, of course, his Sonic Screwdriver. “It doesn’t do nearly as much as the toy ones you can buy. They make their own noise. Mine just lights up and slides up and down.”

Tennant still watches the show and raves about Matt Smith’s “mercurial madness”. But he is clearly glad to have moved on. The day after we meet, he is due to start filming The Escape Artist, a legal thriller for the BBC. Then, in August, he takes on Richard II in the RSC’s new production, a role he has always longed to play. “He’s an incredible character who’s a total t*** in some ways, but you end up feeling very sympathetic towards him,” he explains.

Theatre, he says, is his “proper job” and filming is a sabbatical — but he finds theatre terrifying, “to the point where, every time I do a play, I say to myself, at the five minute call when there’s no going back: ‘Never do this again. This is stupid! Stupid, stupid, stupid! It would be better to work in a shop. This is horrible!’

“I think every actor that goes on stage is a lot closer to never being able to do it again than you might imagine,” he concludes. His stage fright tends to wear off after the first few performances, “but you still have some nights when your brain is telling you you’re about to forget the next bit”.

He relaxes before going on stage by playing music and, somewhat less appealingly, by farting. “It’s a breathing thing,” he explains. “If you do lots of breathing exercises, you’re pushing down with your diaphragm. It does feel like a release, I find, a good old fart before you do anything.”

Otherwise, he eschews the good-luck rituals beloved of many of his thespian comrades. “I’m rampantly anti-superstitious,” he says. “If I find myself developing them, I’ll run from them.” I suspect this is down to his upbringing: his father, Sandy McDonald, was a Church of Scotland minister, and David grew up with his brother and sister in a manse in Paisley.

He was a swotty child. “I still am a geek,” he says defiantly. “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it. I see no shame in having an unhealthy obsession with something. As a kid, it was Dr Who and superheroes, then I became a record nerd.” He scoured the Paisley charity shops looking for bolero jackets and paisley shirts so he could emulate his idol, Jim Kerr of Simple Minds.

“I did get punched in the face once for being a weirdo,” he admits.

At 17, he joined the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. As there was already a David McDonald in Equity, he chose a stage name in homage to Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys. Didn’t the girls spot his heart-throb potential? “God no. Never. Not at all. I had my first kiss around the age of ten, but then there was a long drought. As soon as adolescence arrived, I was frozen. I’ve never felt that was a side of life I was particularly accomplished at,” he says.

This is rather odd, given that he has the reputation of cutting a swath through his leading ladies. He dated Sophia Myles for several years after they appeared together on Dr Who. Now Tennant is married to Georgia Moffett — who is the daughter of the ex-Time Lord Peter Davison, and who, to compound the weirdness, he met when she played his cloned daughter in a Dr Who storyline in 2008.

The couple celebrated their marriage on New Year’s Eve, 2011, at the Globe Theatre in a glamorous knees-up attended by Stephen Fry, Derren Brown, Sir Patrick Stewart and Gordon Brown. Tennant has adopted his wife’s 11-year-old son, Ty, who is from a previous relationship, and they have a daughter, Olive, who is nearly two. Now Moffett is pregnant with another baby. Tennant is reluctant to discuss this, but says he’s looking forward to its arrival. Does he change nappies? “Oh stop it,” he says. “Of course I change nappies.”

The family live in West London and, when he’s not working, Tennant enjoys hanging out at home. “I’ve got three boxed sets on the go at the moment, which is bad practice because they drift,” he confesses. “I’m two thirds of the way through Damages, season three, and I’m also watching the American Office, season four. And I’ve got Game of Thrones. I watched the first series of The Killing, which I enjoyed, though it probably didn’t need to be 20 episodes long. I wish I had the time to read more books.”

He also enjoys cooking. “Jamie’s quite hard to beat because it’s all very clear. I like to keep trying new recipes. At Christmas I got very interested in an oxtail recipe and spent a long time refining it, using a finer cut of beef but cooking it with oxtail for the sauce.” Otherwise, he doesn’t really have any hobbies, he says. “I’d like to garden, but I don’t. My dad is great at it, so if he’s down he does a lot of strolling up and down telling me what to plant and tying up the tomatoes. I rely on his visits.

“I get less sociable as I get older,” he says, “and more inclined to go into my bunker. It’s lovely to have people round but not leave the womb. It’s too much hassle.”

Sounds like a Tardis might come in handy after all.

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Das war ein sehr schönes Interview, bei dem ich noch viel Neues gelernt habe. Vielen Dank fürs Posten!

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So wie es aussieht, ist David Tennant in der Tat noch nicht gefragt worden, ob er bei irgendetwas in Bezug auf DW im Jubiläumsjahr mitmacht.
Zumindest hat er in einem Interview wohl gesagt, dass er langsam die Hoffnung aufgibt, dass irgendetwas in der Richtung passieren wird.
Das klingt meiner Meinung nach deutlich "echter" als das ständige, augenzwinkernde "ich sag nix".

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David Tennant talks 'Broadchurch' and The Bard
An interview with the 'Doctor Who' star ahead of his new ITV series

By Gabriel Tate

David Tennant bounds into a serviceably plush meeting room at ITV, a ball of bonhomie and enthusiasm, engaging and engaged: all the attributes that make him such a crowdpleaser. He’s 41 now, but his boyish ebullience, carefully dishevelled hair and tweed trousers (okay, maybe not those) mean he could easily pass for ten years younger. ‘The notion of having to be attractive and manly is something I find very difficult to come to terms with,’ he says, wriggling uncomfortably in those tweed trousers, but it’s hard to imagine any previous occupant of the Tardis pulling off wearing Converse.

This is a big year for Tennant, as he bids to step out from the long shadow cast by ‘Doctor Who’ once and for all. He already has an electrifying run of Shakespearean leads behind him, most notably 2008’s lauded ‘Hamlet’. His fourth in a row will open in October. ‘I’m working my way through my student wishlist,’ he says of playing the king in ‘Richard II’ at the RSC (where he also sits on the board), before the production transfers to the Barbican in December.

His latest television project is ‘Broadchurch’, in which he plays a policeman – only his second, no mean feat in the crime-ridden world of TV drama. A claustrophobic, tightly scripted eight-part series from occasional ‘Doctor Who’ contributor Chris Chibnall, it examines the ripple effects of a child murder on a coastal community. But while his high-calibre co-stars, including Olivia Colman, Jodie Whittaker and Andrew Buchan attempt West Country accents with mixed results, Tennant dodges that bullet. ‘As long as my character came from a big city, it didn’t matter which,’ he chortles with delight. ‘And what do you know? It turned out to be Glasgow!’

Tennant grew up just outside the city in Paisley, the son of a Church of Scotland minister. ‘Being a minister is sort of like acting,’ he has said, but from the age of three it was young David who was telling everyone he wanted to be an actor. ‘I’ve always been fairly single-minded about it,’ he laughs now at his precocity. ‘I don’t know what else I would have done. I remember watching “Grange Hill” and thinking: How do they all get to be in things and I’m in Paisley, doing my O-Levels?’

‘I went to a Saturday-morning drama club that I got two auditions out of, neither of which worked out, which was kind of infuriating. But I’m glad I didn’t spend my childhood doing that – I look back on some of my early stuff and it’s quite arse-clenching.’ Now, arse at ease, he’s thoughtful about the craft of acting, but absolutely firm on the practicalities. ‘It’s a lovely life when it works. The trouble is there’s no structure, or justice, or logic to it. You shouldn’t encourage anyone into it. But I really don’t hand out advice about acting, because who the fuck knows?’

Well, he does. He really does. Having carved out a growing reputation on stage and on the small screen, his arrival in ‘Doctor Who’ turned an unexpectedly impressive revival into a globe-straddling phenomenon. It was a career-defining role, one which he seized with the enthusiasm of a lifelong fan and the skill of an under-appreciated talent now given its head. It turned him from an actor into a star – so it would be odd if he was excluded from this year’s fiftieth anniversary celebrations, even if he’s ‘beginning to give up hope that anything’s going to happen’.

‘You can’t ever shrug it off,’ Tennant says of the role he coveted since childhood. ‘Sometimes it’s a really lovely thing – even people who don’t watch the show love the idea of it. But you can’t switch it off when you’re buying a coffee and want to get home quickly, and five kids want a photograph taken.’ He looks sheepish, and hurriedly adds, ‘That makes it sound like a trial, and it’s not, but you can’t choose it. It’s part of the deal and it changes the practicalities of your life.’

Such hassles didn’t necessarily stop when he put down the sonic screwdriver in 2010. ‘Twitter! It’s like being stalked by committee!’ he shouts. ‘Come and say hello if you want, but not for the sake of twittering about it.’ It’s a reminder that Tennant guards his privacy carefully. A master of deflection, his stonewalling over his personal life is all the more impressive for being carried out with a smile.
'I’m as happy doing “Postman Pat” as I am doing “Hamlet”'

‘This is where I try not to answer the question you’ve asked, isn’t it?’ he says, puffing out his cheeks and tapping the sofa nervously as we circle the subject. He’s now married to Georgia Moffett, the daughter of fifth Doctor Peter Davison (yes, really), who is expecting their second child. And that’s more or less all we know.

Typically, he characterises his caution as a matter of courtesy: ‘You’ve got to be consistent for your own sanity. It’s a bit unfair to be doing one interview talking about it and then clam up in others. People want to know, and I understand the impulse, but when I realised how interested people were, it made me feel a bit queasy about giving it away.’

He’s quite happy to acknowledge that no such planning or strategy goes into his career. ‘If a nice script comes along and I don’t want someone else to do it,’ he says, ‘then that feels like the reason to do something.’ Professional jealousy? He laughs guiltily. More a series of accidents, then – and largely happy ones, at that. There has been the very occasional misstep: he tentatively refers to a stint hosting C4’s patchy panel show ‘Comedy World Cup’ as ‘an excursion into another world to see what it felt like’.

This urge to test his genuine versatility is understandable. But the enduring mystery is how a man with such a heavyweight CV in theatre, radio and television has never quite made his mark on the big screen. When I suggest that his cinema work has been lighter than the rest, he looks thoughtful. ‘I suppose that’s broadly true, isn’t it?’ he says. ‘But then I think a lot of film is. The gritty indie films are a lot rarer than the films that aspire to fill multiplexes.’

And if films like ‘Nativity 2’, ‘St Trinian’s 2’ and ‘Fright Night’ haven’t exactly filled multiplexes or wowed critics, he seems genuinely unflustered. Nor should his upcoming voiceover work in ‘Postman Pat: The Movie’ unduly trouble awards panels. ‘I just hanker for things that are good,’ he grins. ‘I’m as happy doing “Postman Pat” as I am doing “Hamlet”.’ Really? ‘They both have challenges and they both have delights. You’re just trying to do your best for the audience.’

Not that he isn’t up for a struggle. There’s a sudden flash of steel when talk turns to the government’s cuts to the arts. ‘It’s miserable, isn’t it? I don’t understand any of the policies any more, other than this sense that although it may not be working, we said we were going to do this, so we’re going to keep doing it so we don’t look stupid. Well, I’d rather you looked a little bit stupid than we all go down the toilet together.’

His anger is startling, but stems from an innate generosity of spirit – that others might be denied opportunities he had as a young stage actor. Opportunities that eventually led him to ‘Richard II’. He’s excited by the play, though taken aback by comments made by director Gregory Doran (who also directed ‘Hamlet’) suggesting the role’s volatility and fragility might be ‘alien to David’s character’. ‘I wouldn’t have thought that’s true at all,’ he muses, his voice rising an octave. ‘But that’s obviously how he perceives me. Either that or he was trying to come up with a soundbite. In “Hamlet” I spent a lot of time terrified to my bones, but maybe I’m quite good at hiding it.’

Perhaps his apparent self-assurance is what made him such a good Doctor Who. However eccentric his career choices might appear, he’s happy with them. If people enjoy his projects, even better. If they don’t, that’s okay too. David Tennant is unusual indeed: an actor as happy in his own skin as he is in anyone else’s.

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Hui, bei dem letzten Interview kommt der Autor zu genau entgegengesetzten Schlüssen über DT wie ich, aber okay... Und er spielt in Broadchurch mindestens seinen 4. Polizisten, von dem ich weiß (und wenn man "Traffic Warden" als Polizist zählt, ist es noch einer mehr), also do your homework, journalist :tongue:

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Wo hat er denn, außer in Blackpool, Broadchurch und Traffic Warden noch einen Polizisten gespielt?

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