His only full acting appearance was as Professor Grisenko in the Doctor Who Series 7 episode, Cold War. Three years earlier, he had also played another professor in an Ice Warrior story, when he voiced Professor Boston Schooner in the New Eighth Doctor Adventure, Deimos.
Previously, in 2009, he played Lord Azlok for the BBC-produced animated Doctor Who serial, Dreamland, co-starring David Tennant, but perhaps his most celebrated voice only role is that of an Unbound Doctor.
Outside of Doctor Who, Warner has been involved in many legendary film and TV productions, including Tron, James Cameron's Titanic, The Omen, Time Bandits, and Z-Cars, as well as various roles in the Star Trek and Batman franchises.
In 2005, Warner also appeared in The League of Gentlemen's Apocalyse, written by and starring Doctor Who writer/actor Mark Gatiss, who also wrote Cold War.
Television roles Edit
Audio roles Edit
Big Finish Productions Edit
Doctor Who Unbound Edit
As Unbound Doctor.
Main range Edit
Bernice Summerfield Edit
The Companion Chronicles Edit
The New Eighth Doctor Adventures Edit
The Lost Stories Edit
The Fourth Doctor Adventures Edit
- The Sands of Life/War Against the Laan
- The Dalek Contract/The Final Phase
- The Pursuit of History
- Casualties of Time
Jago and Litefoot Edit
As Luke Betterman.
- The Devil's Dicemen
- The Mourning After
- The Museum of Curiosities
- How the Other Half Lives
- Too Much Reality
The Worlds of Big Finish Edit
- The Adventure of the Bloomsbury Bomber - Mycroft Holmes
Iris Wildthyme Edit
The Early Adventures Edit
- The Black Hole - Narrator
The War Doctor Edit
The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield Edit
As Unbound Doctor.
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