Freema Agyeman gets to play with 5 and 10.
Freema Agyeman the tenth doctor’s companion Martha Jones (Doctor Who Season 3) stars alongside Peter Davison, the Fifth Doctor in Wed night’s (Aug 17) episode of Law and Order UK.
The remakes of Law and Order are fantastic. They use the same storyline but not the same dialogue and the changes are fascinating. You see how truly different our cultures are. Everyone is very so polite and good cop/bad cop is always hilarious. It is best to watch with close caption, sometimes it is hard to understand what they are saying.
Doctor Who’s Martha Jones Freema Agyeman
Martha Jones is a fictional character played by Freema Agyeman on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who as well as its spin-off series, Torchwood. She is a companion to theTenth Doctor in Doctor Who, replacing Rose Tyler (Billie Piper). According to the character’s creator and executive producer Russell T Davies in his non-fiction book Doctor Who: The Writer’s Tale, the character of Martha Jones was created with the intention of appearing during the whole of the 2007 series, as well as make guest appearances in subsequent series and crossover appearances in Doctor Who’s two spin-offs; Martha subsequently made guest appearances on Torchwood series two and Doctor Who series four in 2008, and later made a cameo during the Tenth Doctor’s two-part send-off “The End of Time” last year. Wikipedia
Doctor Who Number Five Peter Davidson
Peter Davison (born Peter M. G. Moffett; on 13 April 1951)is a British actor, best known for his roles as Tristan Farnon in the television version of James Herriot’s All Creatures Great and Small and the fifth incarnation of the Doctor in Doctor Who, which he played from 1982 to 1984.
Davison was born Peter Moffett in Streatham, London, son of an electrical engineer who was originally from Guyana. The family then moved to Knaphill in Surrey.Before becoming an actor, he gained three O-levels at Winston Churchill School, St John’s, Woking, Surrey, and then had several odd jobs, including a stint as a mortuary attendant.
Davison studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama. His first job was as an actor and assistant stage manager at the Nottingham Playhouse.He chose the stage name Peter Davison to avoid confusion with the actor and director Peter Moffatt, with whom Davison later worked. Wikipedia