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India Fisher
India Fisher
In the DWU
Main roles: Charlotte Pollard
Main time period active: 2001-2009, 2014
Career highlights
Notable non-DWU work: Dead Ringers, Peepshow, Masterchef (narrator)
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India Fisher is a voice actor for Big Finish Productions.

Career Edit

India Fisher initially played Peril Bellamy in Winter for the Adept alongside her friend Liz Sutherland. She later returned to play Charlotte Pollard, companion to the Eighth Doctor as played by Paul McGann, becoming the first actor cast as a recurring companion of a current Doctor since Sophie Aldred took the role of Ace in 1987.

Fisher holds the longest continuous streak as a companion of the Doctor. From January 2001, starting with the release of Storm Warning until January 2007, she participated in every Eighth Doctor audio adventure. Beginning with The Condemned she reprised the role of Charlotte in an arc of stories alongside Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor. In 2014, she was given her own spin-off — the Charlotte Pollard audio series.

Outside of Doctor Who, Fisher has performed in other voice and television work. For Big Finish she appeared in the original comedy Fly Me to the Moon alongside Sylvester McCoy, as well as the scifi play Earthsearch Mindwarp, based on a James Follett novel. She appeared in the Dead Ringers television series, and had a voice role in Scifi Channel UK's spinoff Blake's 7 audio series. She is the longtime narrator of the UK series MasterChef.

Personal life Edit

Fisher is the daughter of former British politician Mark Fisher. Her stepbrother is musician Crispin Hunt and her stepsister is Francesca Hunt, with whom she appeared in Other Lives.

On 4th December 2013, "a matter of days after" recording Charlotte Pollard Series 1, Fisher gave birth to her son Aneurin (Nye) Harrison.[1]

Appearances in Big Finish audio stories Edit

As Charley Pollard Edit

As other characters Edit

Footnotes Edit

  1. Vortex Magazine Issue 63: Fisher Queen

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