George and feminine variants (Georgia, Georgina, Georgiana) appear in several places pertinent to the Doctor Who universe and the real world. They are listed below in alphabetical order by their surname. If no surname is available, alphabetization occurs by the disambiguation term — that is, the bit between the parentheses in a title like Waitress (Vincent and the Doctor).
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As only name
- George (Captain Jack Harkness) (TV: Captain Jack Harkness)
- George (Closing Time), a security guard (TV: Closing Time)
- George (Evacuation Earth) (GAME: Evacuation Earth)
- George (Flatline), a community service worker (TV: Flatline)
- George (Night Terrors), a Tenza alien (TV: Night Terrors)
- George (Relative Dementias) (PROSE: Relative Dementias)
- George (Revelation of the Daleks) (TV: Revelation of the Daleks)
- George (Secrets of the Stars) (TV: Secrets of the Stars)
- George (Timewyrm: Revelation) (PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation)
- George (The Pictures of Emptiness) (PROSE: The Pictures of Emptiness)
- George (The Wasting) (AUDIO: The Wasting)
- Georgiana (AUDIO: Frostfire)
- George (The Stone Rose) (PROSE: The Stone Rose)
- "King George" (PROSE: Revolution Man)
As first name
- George Baldwin (COMIC: Project UFO)
- George Bamford (PROSE: The Face of the Enemy)
- George Brady (PROSE: Timewyrm: Exodus)
- George Clooney (TV: The Vault of Secrets)
- George Cranleigh (TV: Black Orchid)
- George Crow (AUDIO: The Marian Conspiracy)
- George Evans (COMIC: Blood and Ice)
- George Gardner (PROSE: Millennium Shock)
- George Gissing (AUDIO: Golden Age)
- Georges Guynemer (COMIC: Missing in Action)
- George Herbert Sanderson (PROSE: Risk Assessment)
- George Hibbert (TV: Spearhead from Space)
- George Hutchinson (TV: The Awakening)
- George Jeffreys (HOMEVID: Shada, The Five Doctors)
- George Limb (PROSE: Illegal Alien)
- George Lipton (PROSE: Tragedy Day)
- George Litefoot (TV: The Talons of Weng-Chiang)
- George MacLeish (TV: Tooth and Claw)
- George Maitland (TV: The Bells of Saint John)
- George Meadows (TV: The Faceless Ones)
- George Morris (TV: Meglos)
- George Mortimer (PROSE: Doctor Who and the Invasion from Space)
- George Patrick Barnham (TV: The Mind of Evil)
- George Philips (TV: Ghost Light)
- George Ratcliffe (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks)
- George Reed (PROSE: Just War)
- George Steer (PROSE: Prologue)
- George Stephenson (TV: The Mark of the Rani)
- George Stewart (AUDIO: Peri and the Piscon Paradox)
- George Duncan Stringer (COMIC: The Crystal Throne)
- George Tracey (TV: A Girl's Best Friend)
- George Trenchard (TV: The Sea Devils)
- George Wallace (PROSE: The Banquo Legacy)
- George Williamson (PROSE: Camera Obscura and Time Zero)
- George Woods, a British war veteran (TV: Lost in Time)
As real world invididuals
- George III
- George V
- George VI
- George H. W. Bush (PROSE: Interference - Book One)
- George Orwell (PROSE: History 101)
- George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham (AUDIO: The Church and the Crown)
- Herbert George Wells (TV: Timelash and COMIC: The Time Machination)
- George Washington (TV: Spearhead from Space)
Behind the scenes
As first name
- George Baker, who played Decider Login in TV: Full Circle.
- George Coulouris, who played Arbitan in TV: "The Sea of Death".
- George Sewell, who played Ratcliffe in TV: Remembrance of the Daleks.
- Georgia Moffett, who played Jenny, in TV: The Doctor's Daughter, voiced Cassie Rice for Dreamland, and provided several voiceover roles for Big Finish Productions
- George A. Cooper, who played Cherub in TV: The Smugglers.
- George Cormack, who played Dalios in TV: The Time Monster and K'anpo Rimpoche in TV: Planet of the Spiders.
- George Costigan, who played Max Capricorn in TV: Voyage of the Damned.
- George Layton, who played Technician Penn in TV: The Space Pirates.
- George Lee, who played Corporal Forbes in TV: Spearhead from Space and a farmworker in TV: The Time Monster.
- George Little, who played Haroun ed-Din in TV: The Crusade.
- George Pastell, who played Eric Klieg in TV: The Tomb of the Cybermen.
- George Pravda, who played Alexander Denes in TV: The Enemy of the World, Jaeger in TV: The Mutants, and Spandrell in TV: The Deadly Assassin.
- George Roubicek, who played Captain Hopper in TV: The Tomb of the Cybermen.
- George Russo, who played Cleric Phillip in the Doctor Who story The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone.
- George Selway, who played George Meadows in TV: The Faceless Ones.
- George Tovey, who played Ernie Clements in TV: Pyramids of Mars.
- George Waring, who played Arden in TV: The Ice Warriors.
- Georgina Hale, who played Daisy K in TV: The Happiness Patrol.
- George Campbell, who played a Tractator in TV: Frontios.
- George Cottle, a stunt performer on the BBC Wales version of Doctor Who, but also occasional uncredited roles, such as a Robot Santa in TV: The Runaway Bride.
- George Ballantine, who played a Hawker in TV: Snakedance.
- George Bryson, who played Private Ogden in TV: Invasion of the Dinosaurs.
- George Cross, who played the Minister in TV: The War Machines.
- George Giles, who played the Guard Captain in TV: The Curse of Peladon.
- George Murdock, who played a Preacher in TV: Dead of Night.
- George Pikusa, who played an alien in TV: Regeneration and TV: Liberation.
- George Raistrick, who played the Guard at the Work Centre in TV: Day of the Daleks.
- George Telfer, an actor who appeared as Graham Winslet in the Auton Trilogy by BBV Productions.
- Georgina Carter, who voiced a movie star in AUDIO Jubilee and a daughter in AUDIO: The Human Factor in "Death to the Daleks!".
- Frank George, who played two different Monoids in TV: The Ark.
- James George, a voice actor for Big Finish Productions.
- Trevor Georges, who played a vicar in TV: The Runaway Bride.
- George Gerwitz, the 1st assistant director for TV: Rose and 'Aliens of London'/World War Three.
- George Spenton-Foster, who directed the Doctor Who serials Image of the Fendahl and The Ribos Operation.
- George Walker, a 1st assistant director for Torchwood.
Sound design, effects, music
- George Prince, who provided the Studio Sound for TV: The Space Museum (with Ray Angel), TV: Galaxy 4, and TV: Mission to the Unknown.
- George Mann, an audio writer, an author and editor.