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Georgia Moffett

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Georgia Moffett (born 25 December 1984) appeared as Jenny, the title character of the Doctor Who story The Doctor's Daughter. She has also done numerous audio jobs in various Doctor Who spin-off media: she voiced the roles of Cassie Rice for the animated Doctor Who serial Dreamland (using an American accent), Alice Ciprion in the Sixth Doctor adventure City of Spires, and Tanya Webster in the Big Finish Productions Doctor Who audio Red Dawn (opposite her father), as well as recording audio versions of two BBC Audio BBC Tenth Doctor Adventures novels and doing voiceover work for Big Finish's The Lost Stories.

She is the daughter of Peter Davison, who played the Fifth Doctor (1982- 84), and American actress Sandra Dickinson. Moffett began acting as a young teenager, and acted in numerous TV shows, often acting opposite her father. She was a regular on The Bill as Sam Nixon's troubled teen daughter Abi, who was featured in a number of major storylines.

In 2004 she met with Russell T Davies and the producers to ask to be considered for the role of Rose Tyler, but they decided not to allow her to audition, because she was too young. In 2008 she auditioned for the role of Robina Redmond in the episode The Unicorn and the Wasp, but Russell T Davies asked her to wait as he felt she would better suit the role of Jenny.

Since appearing on Doctor Who in 2008, Moffett has acted in the short-lived spinoff Spooks: Code Nine and made three TV guest appearances (in Casualty in 2008, Merlin in 2009, and a cameo in Thorne in 2010). In 2010, she landed the role of Emma in the BBC3 sitcom White Van Man, which was cancelled after two series. Also in 2010 she played a role in a one-act play, Hens, which ran for four performances at a fringe theatre in Hammersmith as part of a fringe festival. In 2012 she landed her first major theatre role, in What the Butler Saw (which her husband David Tennant acted in 17 years earlier), playing the sexy secretary who the main character tries to seduce. The role required her to wear only lingerie throughout many of her scenes, which Moffett described as scary but liberating. Rehearsals started in March and the play started previews in May. Unfortunately it was not a critical or commercial success and the play was cancelled due to poor sales in July, a month before it was scheduled to finish. In 2012 Moffat's father, Peter Davison, revealed that she had given up acting. In 2013, her close friend actor Christian Brassington announced that he and Moffett were writing a film script together. Also in 2013, she appeared as herself in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot, written and directed by her father, which she also produced (credited as Georgia Tennant).

Personal life Edit

She was born nine months after Colin Baker took on role of the Sixth Doctor, replacing her father as the Doctor. Some years later she would attend the same school as Baker's daughter. Moffett became pregnant at 16 (she has never named the father publicly, only saying he was an older man who worked as a waiter at a restaurant near her boarding school), and gave birth to her son, Ty Peter Moffett, on 27 March 2002. She began dating her Where the Heart Is co-star Adam Paul Harvey in February 2004, moving in with him four months later, and he became a father to her son. They split in 2006. Both Harvey and Moffett have stated that they consider him to be her son's father "in every way except biologically" and he maintains unofficial joint custody of the child. Ty attends stage school in London and has acted in a TV commercial, interviewed his mother for a video for the Doctor Who Official Site, and appeared with his mother and grandmother on a reality TV show. In 2013 Ty and his two-year-old sister appeared with their mother and grandfather in ''The Five-ish Doctors'', the unofficial 50th Anniversary special written and created by Peter and Georgia. During his early childhood he frequently appeared with his mother in magazine and tabloid newspaper articles. After she started dating Tennant she stopped talking publicly about her personal life but started again once they were married.

In summer 2008, UK tabloids reported that she was dating David Tennant. In January 2011, UK tabloids reported that they were engaged, with a wedding planned for 2012, and that she was pregnant. On 31 March, UK newspapers reported that Moffett had given birth to a daughter, named Olive, earlier that week. She reportedly married Tennant in a secret ceremony on the 30 December 2011, and no photos or details from the event have been made public. In January 2013 it was confirmed on the Jonathan Ross Show that Moffett was pregnant again. She was papped very heavily pregnant in April, and gave birth to her third child, a son named Wilfred, on 2 May 2013. Moffett poked fun at her pregnancy during her appearance in the spoof The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot. Neither Tennant nor Moffett have ever spoken about their relationship publicly,[1][2][3][4][5] (though Tennant confirmed on 21 March 2012 during a promotional interview for his latest film that he had adopted Moffett's son), they avoid being photographed together, and they don't attend events together.[6]

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Footnotes Edit

  1. Danny Scott (9 September 2009). Casualty makes an explosive start, and there's a link to the Country's most famous Doctor, too. Radio Times.
  2. Johnny Davis (20 December 2009). David Tennant: It just feels scary… all the time. The Observer. Retrieved on 2 July 2012.
  3. Simon Hattenstone (19 August 2011). David Tennant: 'My bedpost really has very few notches' – interview. The Guardian. Retrieved on 2 July 2012.
  4. Tim Walker (22 March 2012). Tennant walks out on Pirates interview. The Telegraph.
  5. The Chris Moyles Show, 21 March 2012
  6. Tim Walker (18 May 2012). Doctor Who star David Tennant's wife bares all about her West End ordeal. The Telegraph. Retrieved on 2 July 2012.
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