Peter Gilmore

  1. Emrys James, Doctor Who #112: State of Decay, TV, 1980.       There were 21 potential Aukons and all – except James – had been this way before, standing at the Whoverse portal, awaiting a callback… Gilmore, Peter Arne, Colin Baker, Steven Berkoff, John Carson, David Collings, Michael Gothard, John Hallam, Donald Houston, Martin Jarvis, Michael Jayston, Ronald Lacey, William Lucas, Ian McKellen, John Normington, Patrick Stewart, Anthony Valentine, Peter Vaughan, David Warner, Peter Wyngarde.
  2. Richard Easton, Doctor Who # 122: Time Flight, TV, 1982.       The 19 nominations for Concorde pilot Captain Stapley in the worst Doc5 Peter Davison episode (the budget ran out…) were  Gilmore, Easton, Terence Alexander, Peter Arne, Keith Barron, Brian Blessed, John Carson, Michael Craig, Paul Darrow, Michael Gothard, John Hallam, Terrence Hardiman, Del Henney, Glyn Houston, Martin Jarvis, William Lucas, Conrad Phillips, Anthony Valentine and Frank Windsor.
  3. Patrick Stewart, Lifeforce, 1984.
  4. Michael Gothard, Lifeforce, 1984.
  5. Aubrey Morris, Lifeforce, 1984.  
  6. Frank Finlay, Lifeforce, 1984.
  7. Chris Sullivan, Lifeforce, 1984.
  8. John Hallam, Lifeforce, 1984.    
  9. Tom Adams, Doctor Who #130: Warriors of The Deep, 1984.       Competing for Commander Vorshak in Doc5 Peter Davison’s finale were 13 of the astonshing army of 203 candidates for just 18 roles in that year’s Lifeforce movie mess: Steven Berkoff, Kenneth Colley, Michael Craig, Paul Darrow, Anton Diffring, Del Henney, Martin Jarvis, Ian McCulloch, Patrick Mower, Patrick Stewart, David Warner, Simon Williams and Peter Wyngarde. Plus three outsiders: Gilmore, Brian Blessed, Gareth Hunt. The diffrence being that Who was science fiction, Lifeforce was science fart.  
  10. Glyn Houston, Doctor Who #131: The Awakening, TV, 1984.        A dozen of producer John Nathan-Taylor’s usual suspects were up for Colonel Ben Wolsey opposite Doc5 Peter Davison… Gilmore, Houston, Joss Ackland, Terence Alexander, Michael Craig, James Ellis, John Hallam, Jeremy Kemp, Conrad Phillips, Patrick Stewart, John Stratton, Peter Vaughan.
  11. William Gaunt, Doctor Who #142: Revelation of the Daleks, 1985.      For the second time, 25 actors were up for a single rôle… in Doctor flaming Who. How preposterous! An unlikely choice for a mercenary, Gaunt was selected late in the game after an exhausting Orcini search through Gilmore, Joss Ackland, Ray Brooks, James Ellis, John Fraser, Denis Lill, Philip Madoc, Peter Vaughan… Plus Lifeforcers Tom Adams, George Baker, John Carson, Frank Finlay, Julian Glover, Michael Gothard, Del Henney, Peter Jeffrey, TP McKenna, Patrick Mower, Clifford Rose, Patrick Stewart, Nigel Stock, Anthony Valentine, David Warner and Frank Windsor.  
  12. Tom Chadbon, Doctor Who #143: The Trial of a Time Lord, TV, 1986.      As the series was as much on trial as Doc6 Colin Baker in the season long investigation, 16 actors were flagpoled for Merdeen... Gilmore, Tom Adams, Keith Barron, Brian Blessed, Hywel Bennett, Andrew Burt, Kenneth Colley, Gilmore, Michael Gothard, Gareth Hunt, Paul Jerricho, Clive Merrison, Paul Shelley, Anthony Valentine, David Warner, James Warwick.
  13. George Sewell, Doctor Who #148: Remembrance of the Daleks, 1988.     Aunty searched for fascist leader Ratcliffe among Gilmore, Joss Ackland, Kenneth Cope, Bernard Hill, Glyn Houston, Stratford Johns… and still more of the 1984 Lifeforce army: George Baker, Keith Barron, Steven Berkoff, John Carson, Kenneth Colley, Del Henney, Ronald Lacey, TP McKenna, David Warner, Frank Windsor. Gilmore had already done Whovierse time as Brazen in #132: Frontios, 1984.

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