Peter Capaldi stops with Doctor Who
Actor Peter Capaldi will stop with Doctor Who. This is what he told Monday night in a radio interview on BBC Radio 2.
The new season of Doctor Who is his last. At the end of this year, he stops. “It is time to move on,” said Capaldi.
Doctor Who was from 1963 to 1989 broadcast by the BBC and it became the longest-running sciencefictionserie. In 2005, picked up the British broadcasting Dr Who again.
The 58-year-old Capaldi is the twelfth actor who played the role of the doctor himself. He started in 2013, when Matt Smith succeeded. Capaldi was previously best known for his role of spindoctor Malcolm Tucker in the series the Thick of It.