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Jim, which is a nickname for James, appears several times in the Doctor Who universe and the relevant real world. They are listed below in alphabetical order by surname. If no surname is available, alphabetization occurs by the disambiguation term — that is, the bit between the parentheses in a title like Waitress (Random Shoes).
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As only name Edit
- Jim (The Empty Child) (TV: The Empty Child)
- Jim (Let's Kill Hitler) (TV: Let's Kill Hitler)
- Jim (Devil in the Smoke) (PROSE: Devil in the Smoke)
- Jimmy (The Snag Finders) (COMIC: The Snag Finders)
- Jimmy (Spearhead from Space) (TV: Spearhead from Space)
- Jim (The Dæmons) (TV: The Dæmons)
- Jim the Fish (TV: The Impossible Astronaut)
- Thin Jimmy (TV: Rise of the Cybermen)
As first name Edit
- Jim Callum (TV: The Tomb of the Cybermen)
- Jim Elliot (TV: The Moonbase)
- Jim Garrett (TV: Fragments)
- Jim Holden (TV: Colony in Space)
- Jim Purcell (TV: Night Terrors)
- Jimmy Carter (PROSE: Interference - Book One and PROSE: Option Lock)
- Jimmy Mitchell (PROSE: Another Life and PROSE: Slow Decay)
- Jimmy Munro (TV: Spearhead from Space, PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy, and PROSE: The Scales of Injustice)
- Jimmy Stalkingwolf (TV: Dreamland)
- Jimmy Stone (TV: Rose)
- Jimmy Turner (TV: The Invasion)
- Jimmy Wicks (TV: The Rebel Flesh and TV: The Almost People)
- Jimmy Wicks (Ganger) (TV: The Rebel Flesh and TV: The Almost People)
As name of object, publication or other in-universe item Edit
Behind the scenes Edit
As first name Edit
- Jimmy Gardner, who played Chenchu in TV: Marco Polo and Idmon in TV: Underworld.
- Jimmy Winston, who played Shura in TV: Day of the Daleks.
Monster specialists Edit
- Jim Castillo, who played an anchor in TV: The New World.
- Jim Findley, who played Mercer in TV: Resurrection of the Daleks.
- Jim McManus, who played an Opthalmologist in The Invisible Enemy.
- Jim Tyson, was an uncredited role as a tourist in TV: The Chase.
- Jim Carter, who played the role of Brother Bernard in AUDIO: The Book of Kells.
- Jim Norton, an Irish actor who voiced Major Thomas Kennet in WC: Scream of the Shalka.
Visual effects Edit
- Jim Francis, one of the visual effects designers on The Caves of Androzani.
- Jim Ward (or James Ward), the visual effects designer on TV: Doctor Who and the Silurians, The Mind of Evil, Day of the Daleks, The Time Warrior, Death to the Daleks and Revenge of the Cybermen.
- Jim Gray, who conceived the story and co-wrote the script of TV: Escape to LA.
- Jim Noble, a writer of several episodes of K9.
- Jim Latham, the Film Editor for TV: The Rescue, The Romans, and The Power of the Daleks.
- Jim Walker, the film editor for TV: The Three Doctors.
Other media Edit
- Jim Mortimore, an author of several Doctor Who novels.
- Jim Sangster, a writer of the short stories Dear Friend, Every Picture Tells a Story and Hello Goodbye.
- Jim Smith, who wrote several audio stories and prose stories
- Jim Salicrup, editor for the Doctor Who range of comics published by Marvel Comics in the 1980s.
- Jimmy Betancourt, Letterer for several Torchwood comic stories.
- Jim Smith, who wrote several audio stories and prose stories.