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He remarked in a radio interview: "Who wouldn't want to be the Doctor? " In 2006, readers of Doctor Who Magazine voted Tennant "Best Doctor" over perennial favourite Tom Baker..Writer Russell T Davies made the decision not to use Tennant's own Scottish accent for the character as he did not want the Doctor's accent "touring the regions", using Estuary English instead.Tennant has gone on record as saying that, contrary to tabloids reports, he was not upset at not being able to play the role in his own accent and in fact had never wanted to.However he was pleased to be able to use his own accent in one episode, when the Doctor briefly masquerades as "Dr Jamie Mc Crimmon" of Edinburgh in Tooth and Claw – a nod to the Second Doctor's companion.David Tennant (born David John Mc Donald; 18 April 1971) is a Scottish actor and voice actor.
Tennant made his professional acting debut while still in secondary school.Although the casting was not officially announced until later in April, both castmates and crew became aware of the speculation surrounding Tennant; in the live broadcast Jason Flemyng (Quatermass) changed his first line to Tennant's Dr Briscoe from "Good to have you back, Gordon" to "Good to have you back, Doctor" as a deliberate reference.Tennant has expressed enthusiasm about fulfilling his childhood dream.In 1995, Tennant appeared at the Royal National Theatre, London, playing the role of Nicholas Beckett in Joe Orton's What the Butler Saw.In television, he appeared in the first episode of Reeves and Mortimer's revamped Randall and Hopkirk in 2000, playing an eccentric artist.
Tennant is of Northern Irish descent; his maternal great-grandparents, William and Agnes Blair, were staunch Protestants from County Londonderry who were among the signatories of the Ulster Covenant in 1912. Tennant's maternal grandfather, footballer Archie Mc Leod, met William and Agnes' daughter Nellie while playing for Derry City FC.