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WITH PEARL MACKIE DOCTOR who ate everything. With pearl mackie doctor who made. With pearl mackie doctor who lyrics. With pearl mackie doctor who work. PEARL Mackie plays Doctor Who companion Bill Potts, the Whoniverse's first ever openly gay character. She has gone down well with sci-fi critics but she will no longer be starring in the series after  Jodie Whittaker takes over the role of Doctor Who. Here's the lowdown on her... 5 Pearl Mackie is a British actress, dancer and singer Credit: Instagram Who is Pearl Mackie and where is she from? Pearl Mackie is a British actress, dancer and singer who was born in Brixton, South London, England on 29 May 1987. Pearl headed to the University of Bristol where she achieved a degree in drama before then studying further at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Graduating in 2010 she has enjoyed a successful stage career landing roles in performances at venues including Bristol’s Circomedia to London’s National Theatre – and she was a vocalist in the band Freddie and the Hoares. 5 Pearl has joined the Doctor Who cast as the latest assistant of the eleventh Doctor (Peter Capaldi) Credit: Ruckas Who did Pearl Mackie play in Doctor Who? Pearl Mackie played Bill Potts in Doctor Who – joining the show in the revived series 10th series. However despite her pivotal role on the show, Pearl admitted she had never seen Doctor Who. She infuriated Whovians when she appeared on The One Show and didn't know that the Tardis is fuelled by Artron energy - instead claiming is ran on "space engine oil". During a discussion on her new role, Pearl revealed that Bill would "very quickly" identify herself as the first openly gay character in the Whoniverse, saying "it's time" for the show to be more representative. However, with Peter Capaldi leaving his role as The Doctor, The Sun revealed that Bill looks set to face the axe as well after only one series. 5 Pearl Mackie plays the new Doctor Who companion but admits she has never seen the show Credit: Rex Features Series 10 technically began with the 2016 Christmas Special episode The Return of Doctor Mysterio with the first proper episode of series 10 airing on 15 April 2017 and the episode titled The Pilot. Ahead of her screen debut, Pearl teased that Bill is “Cool, strong, sharp, a little bit vulnerable with a bit of geekiness thrown in. ” The star also hopes to inspire a new generation of actors – having had few role models to look up to herself. “I didn’t see many people who looked like me on TV. There were hardly any strong black women, ” she told The Guardian last year while explaining how she realised she wanted to act when she was five. Judging by the fact kids are already dressing up as her character Bill it looks like Pearl is already achieving an impressive influence on the next generation of dreamers. What other TV shows has Pearl Mackie starred in? Before her 2017 debut as Bill Potts in Doctor Who, Pearl Mackie has only one other TV credit to her name. In 2014 she played a character in the BBC daytime medical drama Doctors as a character named Anne-Marie Frasier. Despite being a relative newcomer, Pearl revealed her life was changed almost immediately after she was announced as the new Doctor Who assistant. “The other day, I was in my friend’s shop just over there and this French guy comes in, ” she says – sharing a story with The Guardian six months before she even appeared on screen as Bill. “I say, ‘I don’t work here, but someone will be with you in a minute. ’ He says, ‘Non, non, non! You are Pearl Mackie, yes? Can I take your picture? ” she said – revealing fame had already reached her. 5 Pearl has mainly featured on stage and has been in one film Credit: PA:Press Association Has Pearl Mackie been in any films? Pearl Mackie has appeared in one film to date – the 2013 music comedy Svengali. The film stars Sherlock’s Martin Freeman, The Replacement star Vicky McClure and Torchwood actor Jonny Owen. Pearl’s role in the film was as a Front of House worker. 5 Pearl has appeared in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Credit: handout What theatre has Pearl Mackie appeared in? Pearl Mackie has an impressive theatre CV to her name – having been treading the boards since graduating from Bristol Old Vic in 2010. Highlights of her career include playing Adriana in a production of The Comedy of Errors at Circomedia in Bristol in 2010. More recently she played a number of roles in the award winning production The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at London’s National Theatre between 2015 and 2016. Is Pearl Mackie a member of the band Years & Years? Pearl Mackie was in a band called Freddie and the Hoares – however she featured in a 2014 music video for Years & Years. The video was based in a darkly lit night club and also featured Bond star Ben Whishaw, Sense8 actress Tuppence Middleton, and Misfits actor Nathan Stewart-Jarrett. The single itself was a chart failure – with the highest entry point being Number 158. corona-tion st Corrie star in self-isolation over coronavirus fears as soap rewrites scenes BABY BOMBSHELL EastEnders shock as Lola reveals she is pregnant with Jay's baby all grown up Noughts + Crosses fans shocked as they spot EastEnders' original Ben Mitchell tough stuff Fury's wife fumes on TV doc that he's 'abandoned' her as he trains for comeback BULL-Y MALONE 12 Emmerdale spoilers for next week including a murder that devastates Moira Exclusive NEES-UP Coronation Street’s James Burrows gets first role since quitting soap as Ali Neeson Does Pearl Mackie use Instagram or Twitter? Pearl Mackie is an avid user of Twitter and can be found sharing news, information and insights from her life via the handle @Pearlie_mack. She can also be found on Instagram sharing selfies, back stage moments, and other images of interest. Her Instagram handle is @therealpearlmackie. 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Pearl Mackie has said she wept when she saw her final episode of Doctor Who. The actor will make her last appearance as the Time Lord’s companion, Bill Potts, in the Christmas special when she bows out alongside Peter Capaldi’s Doctor and show-runner Steven Moffat. She told BBC Breakfast: “I spent so long saying to people: ‘Oh just be prepared. It’s quite an emotional episode. It’s Peter’s last episode, my last episode. Bring some tissues, ’ and I was watching it at the screening and I didn’t bring any tissues. ” Capaldi will be replaced by Jodie Whittaker as the first female Doctor, while Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole will join as new cast members. Mackie said the role had changed her life, telling the programme: “I don’t really know what I thought it would do, but it’s definitely an epic step-up in career stakes. “Things that I’m being offered now are very different to things I was getting offered before, which is always positive, and I’m joining the alumni of amazing Doctor Who companions and Doctors that are doing some incredible work. ” The actor said she was now looking forward to watching the programme as a fan, saying: “I’m really excited to watch Doctor Who without knowing what is going to happen. I think that is going to be so cool and it sounds like they are going to be a great team. “Bradley is really excited about it and I think Jodie is amazing. “I think it’s going to be great and I’m really excited to watch it as a fan rather than analysing my own performance. ” Doctor Who is on BBC1 on Christmas Day at 5. 30pm.

Bill Potts Doctor Who character Pearl Mackie as Bill Potts First appearance " The Pilot " (2017) Last appearance " Twice Upon a Time " (2017) Portrayed by Pearl Mackie Information Species Human Affiliation Twelfth Doctor Home Earth Bill Potts is a fictional character created by Steven Moffat and portrayed by Pearl Mackie in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. In the show's tenth series, starting with the first episode, Bill served as a companion of the Twelfth Doctor, an incarnation of the alien time traveller known as the Doctor (portrayed by Peter Capaldi). Appearances [ edit] Television [ edit] Bill Potts is introduced in the tenth series premiere, " The Pilot ". [1] [2] In their first encounter, Bill is discovered by the Doctor, who is hiding out as a university professor. Noticing her untapped potential, he offers to privately tutor her. However, when Bill's love interest Heather ( Stephanie Hyam) is turned into a water creature that can travel anywhere in space and time, the Doctor reveals to Bill his alien nature and takes her on as his travelling companion, much to the chagrin of his assistant Nardole ( Matt Lucas), who urges the Doctor to stay in Bristol and keep watch over a strange safe below the university. In subsequent episodes, Bill learns about the Doctor's Time Lord nature and the rules of time travel, averting alien invasions and ending conflicts on faraway planets and deep space, growing closer to the Doctor all the while. In the series finale, " World Enough and Time " / " The Doctor Falls ", Bill is shot through the heart after the Doctor's crew reacts to an alien distress call aboard a spaceship, and is carried away by menacing scientists to a lower deck where time moves much more rapidly. Bill's life is saved, but ten years pass before the Doctor is able to reach her, during which time she is converted into a Cyberman. Though Cybermen are normally emotionless and hellbent on converting humans to their ranks, Bill retains her humanity and sense of identity as a result of particular experiences she has had travelling with the Doctor. When the Cybermen are defeated, Bill is entirely alone: the Doctor appears dead, Nardole has taken Mondasian refugees to safety, and she is a horrific monster. She is rescued, however, by Heather, who transforms her into a creature like herself and offers Bill the choice of travelling space and time together, or being returned to her life on Earth as a normal, living human again. Bill returns the Doctor's body to the TARDIS, and bids him a sad farewell, before taking off with Heather to explore the universe. Mackie makes a final appearance in " Twice Upon a Time " as a living avatar of Bill's memories, collected on her death by the Testimony Project. Recognising herself as a continuation of Bill, she is delighted to see the Doctor again, and helps him on his journey to accept he must regenerate again. Other media [ edit] In April 2017, three new novels were released, featuring new companions Nardole and Bill Potts. They are titled The Shining Man, Diamond Dogs and Plague City. [3] Before her premiere episode was broadcast, Bill made a cameo appearance in a Doctor Who Magazine comic strip, titled "The Daft Dimension", alongside Nardole in Issue #511 (May 2017). [4] Paul Cornell 's novelisation of "Twice Upon a Time" reveals more details about Bill's experiences following the events of "The Doctor Falls". It states that Bill and Heather explore the Milky Way together for a time, until Bill suggests they try being human again. As they spend time together on Earth – magicking up enough money to rent a flat and adopting cats – Bill grows to know and love Heather as a person. Years later, they decide to live by the sea and grow old as humans. On her deathbed, Bill tells Heather to leave her and resume her astral form. After accepting a human death, Bill finds herself part of Testimony. When it encounters the Doctor, Testimony temporarily restricts Bill's access to some of her memories so that she can interact with the Doctor as he knew her, to test his trustworthiness; this limitation is lifted at the end of the story. [5] Casting and development [ edit] "Bill is cool – she's quite young, doesn't really know much about the world. She's very real – she's not had a very easy upbringing and whilst she doesn't really let that affect her day-to-day life, it's there under the surface – she can be quite defensive. She's fun, she's excited, she's a bit geeky – she quite likes sci-fi stuff, she's into space and that type of thing so when she does go on adventures with the Doctor and discovers aliens are real and that kind of stuff it blows her mind which is really cool. " Pearl Mackie [6] In April 2016, it was announced that Pearl Mackie would portray the newest companion Bill Potts, after the departure of Jenna Coleman. To avoid leaks while casting the new companion, the production team used the word "Mean Town", an anagram of "Ten Woman"; this is a reference to the fact that Bill is the companion in the tenth series, and was revealed by the casting director Andy Pryor to Radio Times. [7] [8] [9] Producer Steven Moffat said Mackie's ethnicity was a factor in the decision to cast her, as he wanted to make the cast more diverse: "We decided that the new companion was going to be non-white [... ] because we need to do better on that". [10] Bill is also the show's first openly gay companion. [11] A preview scene was filmed in April 2016 as part of a promotional clip shown on 23 April 2016 on BBC One, during the semi-final half-time of the 2015–16 FA Cup. Titled "Friend from the Future", it introduced Bill and the Doctor in an encounter with Daleks. [12] Despite initial doubts that this scene would be included in the series itself, [1] parts of it were incorporated into Mackie's debut episode, " The Pilot ". [1] [2] Mackie describes Bill as "cool, really fun and really excited", and that she is "really young and doesn't really know much about the world". Capaldi describes her character as coming into the series as "very much as a regular human being from the real world, to whom all of this stuff is extraordinary, she knows nothing about it". Bill challenges the Doctor in his ways, calling him out on issues that he hasn't faced in a long time, and having a curious mind, she asks him continuous questions. [13] On 23 July 2017, a trailer for the 2017 Christmas special " Twice Upon a Time " was released revealing Mackie's involvement in that episode. [14] On the same day, Mackie officially announced at San Diego Comic-Con that she would not be returning for the eleventh series. [15] Costumes worn by Bill throughout the series, on display at the Doctor Who Experience Though the character shares a name with William "Bill" Hartnell, who played the First Doctor (and whose wife, like Bill's girlfriend, was named Heather), creator Steven Moffat has said that this was a coincidence. The character's name was in fact inspired when Moffat overheard David Tennant, who portrayed the Tenth Doctor, offhandedly call out to Billie Piper by the name Bill on the set of " The Day of the Doctor " in 2013. [16] Reception [ edit] Before the episode was broadcast, an advanced screening was given for critics. General reviews for Mackie's character were mixed. Following the broadcast of her first episode, the character was received more positively. Patrick Mulkern of Radio Times described Pearl Mackie as "instantly winning as fledgling companion Bill". [17] Den of Geek 's Simon Brew also gave a positive review of Mackie, praising the humour in Mackie's performance. [18] Alasdair Wilkins of The A. V. Club said Mackie brought "an energy distinct from any previous new series companion" and called her first appearance a "solid introduction". Wilkins also commented on the character that "she is gay, black, and working class is another welcome step in Doctor Who’s ability to reflect the entire spectrum of who enjoy the show and identify with its characters". [19] However, Catherine Gee of The Telegraph gave a more negative review, saying Mackie in her premiere episode "lacked the charismatic spark of Jenna Coleman" and said Mackie's character was a "muddle", but praised the fact Mackie's character was not middle-class. [20] References [ edit] ^ a b c Lu, Anne (18 August 2016). " ' Doctor Who' season 10: Bill's intro scene may cause continuity errors, may not be canon". IBTimes. Retrieved 24 August 2016. ^ a b " ' Poldark' director joins 'Doctor Who' Christmas special". CultBox. 22 September 2016. Retrieved 22 September 2016. ^ K McEwan, Cameron (6 March 2017). "3 Brand new Twelfth Doctor adventures coming to books in April! ". Doctor Who. Retrieved 6 March 2017. ^ "Back on TV! ". Doctor Who Magazine. No. 511. 6 April 2017. p. 10. ^ Cornell, Paul (2018). Twice Upon a Time. London: BBC Books. ISBN   1785943308. ^ Busch, Jenna (10 April 2017). "Doctor Who Season 10: Meet New Companion Bill Potts". ComingSoon. Retrieved 11 April 2017. ^ "Doctor Who: Pearl Mackie named as new companion". BBC News. 23 April 2016. Retrieved 24 April 2016. ^ Gill, James (2016-04-26). "Doctor Who: new companion Pearl Mackie's codename revealed". Radio Times. Retrieved 2018-06-02. ^ K McEwan, Cameron (26 May 2016). "Steven Moffat reveals Pearl Mackie to debut in 2017, her name and when's she's from... " Doctor Who. Retrieved 26 May 2016. ^ "Doctor Who: Role was offered to black actor, says Steven Moffat". 3 June 2016. Retrieved 22 April 2017. ^ Mzimba, Lizo (31 March 2017). "Doctor Who gets first openly gay companion". Retrieved 31 March 2017. ^ Earnshaw, Jessica (23 April 2016). "BBC tease first glimpse of new Doctor Who companion in action ahead of big reveal". Daily Express. Retrieved 23 April 2016. ^ Warner, Sam (8 April 2016). "Pearl Mackie and the Doctor Who cast tell us everything we need to know about Bill Potts". Digital Spy. Retrieved 11 April 2017. ^ "Bill returns and the Doctors unite in new Doctor Who Christmas special pictures". RadioTimes. 24 July 2017. Retrieved 24 July 2017. ^ "Pearl Mackie confirms that she will not return to Doctor Who beyond the Christmas special". 23 July 2017. Retrieved 24 July 2017. ^ "Steven Moffat unveils his final Doctor Who episode – and reveals why Carey Mulligan said no to the Tardis". 3 December 2017. Retrieved 3 December 2017. ^ Mulkern, Patrick (5 April 2017). "Doctor Who spoiler-free review: "The Pilot explores afresh the key concepts and joys of this 54-year-old show " ". Retrieved 9 April 2017. ^ Brew, Simon (4 April 2017). "Doctor Who series 10: The Pilot spoiler-free review". Den of Geek. Retrieved 9 April 2017. ^ Wilkins, Alasdair (15 April 2017). "Doctor Who returns at long last, and it's got us a brand new companion". The A. Club. Retrieved 17 April 2017. ^ Gee, Catherine (4 April 2017). "Doctor Who, series 10, episode 1: The Pilot is a rather clunky introduction to the new companion - first look review". The Telegraph. Retrieved 9 April 2017. External links [ edit] Bill Potts at the BBC One Doctor Who website Bill Potts at the BBC Worldwide Doctor Who website Bill Potts on Tardis Data Core, an external wiki.

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