This category houses both professional and fan pages devoted to the Scottish film, theatre and television actor David Tennant.

Born 18 April 1971, in Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland, UK.

Films include 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire', 'Bright Young Things' and 'Jude'.

Television work includes the mini-series 'The Romantics', the detective drama 'Blackpool' and a role as the 10th Doctor in the long-running BBC science fiction series 'Doctor Who'.

In 2003 he was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actor of 2002 for his performance in 'Lobby Hero'.

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BBC: Is David Tennant Right for Doctor Who?
Devotees of the programme discuss the actor's suitabilty for the role.
Offers a biography, filmography, scanned articles, interviews, promotional photographs, screen captures, reviews, desktop and mobile phone enhancements, a message board and links.
Includes news, photos, videos and MP3s of all aspects of his career including stage, television, movies and Doctor Who.
Guardian: Love and Anger
Interview discussing his role in a 2005 production of 'Look Back in Anger'.
IMDb: David Tennant
Includes a filmography, biographical information, a message board, photographs and links.
The Observer: Tennant's Extra
Interview examining his career and thoughts on being cast as the 10th Doctor Who.
Wikipedia: David Tennant
Biography and career overview, with a filmography, theatre credits, voice acting work and links.
BBC News: New Doctor Prepares for Invasion
'New Doctor Who David Tennant is interviewed ahead of his first show as the Doctor on Christmas Day.' (December 21, 2005)
BBC News: New Doctor Who's Fears Over Role
'New Doctor Who actor David Tennant says predecessor Christopher Eccleston will be a hard act to follow.' (July 21, 2005)
BBC News: Actor David Tennant Conquers TV
'Actor David Tennant becomes the new Doctor Who after a meteoric rise in television and theatre.' (April 16, 2005)
BBC News: Tennant to Take Over the Tardis
'Actor David Tennant, star of BBC period drama Casanova, is officially named the new Doctor Who.' (April 16, 2005)
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