Friday, April 19, 2013
Faces of the Master from Dr Who
First, the Master precursor, Edward Brayshaw as The Monk. He played opposite the 1st Doctor and shows all the signs of Masterdom. The Master, as a character, was created 2 years after his appearance.
William Hughes acted as the eight-year-old Master in 2007 and 2010.
Roger Delgado acted as the Master from 1971-1973. Delgado is the first official Master, by appearance.
Peter Pratt acted as the Master in 1976.
Geoffrey Beevers acted as and voiced the Master in 1981 for both TV and BBC radio drama produced by Big Finish Productions.
From 1981-1989 Anthony Ainley acted as the Master on TV and was also the Master for the computer game Destiny of the Doctors
Gordon Tipple acted as the Master for a movie in 1996.
Eric Roberts acted as the Master in the 1996 movie.
Derek Jacobi acted as the Master in 2007.
John Simm acted as the Master from 2007-2010.
In 2003 an android version of the Master voiced by Derek Jacobi appeared in the animated webcast Scream of the Shalka.
The Master is the street preacher in the Doctor Who Magazine (DWM) comic strip The Fallen, as later revealed in The Glorious Dead (DWM 287–296)
In Character Assassin (DWM 311), a version of the Delgado Master visits the Land of Fiction.
From The Glen of Sleeping by Gerry Haylock and Dick O'Neill, appearing in TV Action 107–111.
From Fogbound by Frank Langford, found in the Doctor Who Holiday Special 1973.
From The Time Thief by Steve Livesey, which appeared in the Doctor Who Annual 1974.
From The Man in the Ion Mask, which appeared in the Doctor Who Magazine Winter Special 1991.
The Master was played by Jonathan Pryce who deeply resembled the incarnation played by Roger Delgado in the Comic Relief sketch, Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death.