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    I knew Eccelston from several movies and was surprised when he was picked. He didn't seem the type.
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    I wish Eccleston had stayed past one season; I liked his Doctor and he had some of my favourite episodes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCL View Post
    I wish Eccleston had stayed past one season; I liked his Doctor and he had some of my favourite episodes.
    I liked him a lot too, but I liked him before the show. He really took to the character and brought him into today's world.
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    Now I am hearing that Damian Molony is in the running. He was Hal in Being Human. He played a vampire who was something like 1000 years old. Sounds like it could be a good match.
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    Oh, I liked him on Ripper Street! He'd be a good choice. Familiar, but not so much so that he couldn't "disappear" into the Doctor.
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    I loved him on Being Human. He could be funny and clever while underneath we saw glimpses of sadness and as he was a vampire, violence.
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