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11 January 2020 00:35

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Press release: Following Doctor Who's explosive return to screens on New Year's Day, stars of television Warren Brown and Matthew McNulty are set to guest star in an upcoming episode as team TARDIS work to solve a mystery which threatens the entire planet… Best known for his roles in Versailles, The Bay and more recently Deadwater Fell, Matthew McNulty says: "I had such a blast filming the episode and couldn't ask for anything more for my Doctor Who debut." Ahead of his debut role in Doctor Who, Warren Brown who has starred in a variety of television roles including Luther, Liar and Strike Back says: "I was on such a high when I got the call from my agent, then such a low when I had to keep it top secret and couldn't tell anyone! I can honestly say though it was and has been one of the most fun jobs I've ever had to date!" Matt Strevens, Executive Producer, says: "We are totally thrilled to be welcoming Matthew and Warren to the cast. Doctor Who continues on BBC One on Sunday 12 January at 7.10pm. Jodie Whittaker reprises her role as the Thirteenth Doctor alongside Tosin Cole (Ryan) Mandip Gill (Yaz) and Bradley Walsh (Graham) who are all returning for their second series. Chris Chibnall returns as Showrunner with Matt Strevens as Executive Producer.

Warren Brown and Matthew McNulty are to guest star in 'Doctor Who'. Warren Brown The former 'Luther' actor and the 'Versailles' star will feature in an upcoming episode of the sci-fi show in a storyline that will see the human race come under the threat of extinction, but details of their characters are being kept under wraps. Warren was thrilled to learn he'd be on the show - but admitted it was tough keeping it a secret. He said: "I was on such a high when I got the call from my agent, then such a low when I had to keep it top secret and couldn't tell anyone! I can honestly say though it was and has been one of the most fun jobs I've ever had to date!

Matthew "had a blast" shooting his scenes alongside current Doctor Jodie Whittaker. He said: "I had such a blast filming the episode and couldn't ask for anything more for my Doctor Who debut." Show bosses were delighted to get the pair on board. Matt Strevens, Executive Producer of the sci-fi drama added: "We are totally thrilled to be welcoming Matthew and Warren to the cast. "Their talent and versatility sets this action adventure alight." The BBC recently confirmed a guest appearance from 'Breaking Bad' actress Laura Fraser in an episode titled 'Orphan 55'. And Laura admitted she felt honoured to be starring in the "iconic" show, although she was very nervous because she'd always been such a fan. She said: "I was quite nervous because when there's a show that you've watched as a child that is so iconic and almost out of reach in your head because when you were a kid watching, it just seemed like it would be inconceivable that you could ever actually be on that TV show, "It was really exciting. There were so many lovely and funny people and we were travelling around quite a lot to different places in these outrageous costumes and being silly and telling stories and having a laugh."