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Tom Georgeson

  1. Stephen Yardley, Doctor Who # 138: Vengeance on Varos, TV, 1984.         Not quite matching the Lifeforce movie’s 203 candidates for 18 rles that year but as many as 58 guys were seen for just three roles in this Doc6 Colin Baker episode - the majority being Lifeforcers! (They did not share the same casting director, so how did Cannon get hold of the Whoverse lists?) For example, there were 19 contenders for Arak… Georgeson, Yardley, Alun Armstrong, Nicholas Ball, Jim Broadbent, Andrew Burt, Tony Caunter, Tom Chadbon, Peter Childs, Kenneth Cope, Paul Darrow, John Hallam, Brian Miller, Tony Osoba, Edward Peel, Carl Rigg, Colin Scully, Donald Sumpter, Dave Warwick.
  2. Forbes Collins, Doctor Who # 138: Vengeance on Varos, TV, 1984.          Georgeson was also among the 20 names flagpoled for the treacherous Chief Officer… Others were , Collins, Tony Caunter, Tom Chadbon, Peter Childs, Michael Culver, James Ellis, John Hallam, Terrence Hardiman, Don Henderson, John Hollis, Ronald Lacey, Edward Peel, Clifford Rose, John Savident, George Sewell, Patrick Stewart, Donald Sumpter, Malcolm Tierney and Stephen Yardley (who won Arak). The Liverpudlian Georgeson was Kavell in # 78: Genesis of the Daleks, 1975, and the Police Inspector in #115: Logopolis, 1981.




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