(Re)Generation Who is happy to announce the following guests for this year (guests will be at the event all three event days unless specially noted):

Sylvester McCoy – The 7th Doctor

Sylvester McCoy played the seventh incarnation of the Doctor in the Classic series of Doctor Who from 1987 to 1989. He reprised the role for the American television film in 1996 before regenerating into the new Doctor played by Paul McGann. Sylvester has also appeared in numerous Big Finish audio dramas as the 7th Doctor, and was one of the main characters in Peter Davison’s 50th anniversary special “The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot”.

Outside of Doctor Who Sylvester has been on stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company (amongst many other theater groups), television, and film–notably with his recent appearance as the wizard Radagast in “The Hobbit” series of movies alongside long time collaborator Ian McKellen.

Catherine Tate – Donna Noble

Catherine Tate will be at (Re)Generation Who on Saturday March 30th and Sunday March 31st

Actor and writer, Catherine Tate is well known in the UK and internationally for a diversity of work in television, film and on the stage – in particular, for her own creation, the award winning The Catherine Tate Show.

She made her first appearance in Doctor Who as jilted bride, Donna Noble. She then joined the doctor, played by David Tennant, as his companion for the entire run of Season 4 and for the two-part End of Time specials. More recently, she reprised the role of Donna Noble in three Doctor Who audio dramas alongside David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor.

Catherine has appeared on US television screens as Nellie Bertram in The Office, making her entrance at the end of Season 7 and returning for the second half of Season 8 and all of Season 9.

In between filming for Seasons 7 and 8 of The Office, Catherine returned to the UK to play Beatrice opposite David Tennant’s Benedick in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing in London’s West End.

She has continued to mix theatre, film and television work and most recently took The Catherine Tate Show on a live tour of the UK, playing to 27 cities over 31 nights.

Sophie Aldred – 7th Doctor Companion Ace

Sophie Aldred played Ace,the whip-smart and firebrand companion to the Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy from 1987-1989.

Sophie has also reprised the role for the “Dimension in Time” charity sketch in 1993 and has also appeared as Ace in many Big Finish audio dramas.

She recently also appeared in the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special, “The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot”.

In addition to Doctor Who, Sophie has provided her voice talents to a wide range of projects and shows such as Bob the Builder, Sergeant Stripes, Dennis & Gnasher, Dennis the Menace, Tree-Fu Tom, and many others.

She co-wrote the hardback reference book, Ace, The Inside Story of the End of An Era, with Mike Tucker, published by Virgin Publishing in 1996.

Ingrid Oliver – Petronella Osgood

Ingrid Oliver will be at (Re)Generation Who on Saturday March 30th and Sunday March 31st

Ingrid Oliver is a British actress and comedian, and one half of the comic double act Watson & Oliver. She is known for playing Petronella Osgood, a supporting character in the BBC television series Doctor Who.

Oliver and her comedy partner Lorna Watson met at Tiffin Girls’ School in Kingston upon Thames. In September 2005,Watson and Oliver performed their first show together at the Canal Cafe Theatre in London. Since then they have taken sell-out shows to Edinburgh Festival Fringe, in both 2006 and 2007.

Oliver has performed in various radio and television productions, including Doc Martin starring Martin Clunes, the Penny Dreadfuls’ radio series The Penny Dreadfuls Present… The Brothers Faversham, and in the radio series Another Case of Milton Jones. She played the part of Natalie in Peep Show on Channel 4.

She appears in the film Angus,Thongs and Perfect Snogging as Miss Stamp and in early 2009 could be seen in Channel 4’s sitcom Plus One.

In 2010 she played Mimi Throckmorton in Material Girl on BBC1, alongside Lenora Crichlow and Dervla Kirwan.

In 2012 she appeared on Let’s Dance for Sport Relief with comedy partner Lorna Watson, dancing Boléro, famously used by Torvill and Dean.

In 2013 she appeared in the first episode of The Great Comic Relief Bake Off and was named as ‘Star Baker’.

In November 2013, she appeared in the 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who, “The Day of the Doctor”, as Osgood. She was seen wearing the Fourth Doctor’s iconic scarf.

In November 2014 she appeared again as Osgood in the series finale of Peter Capaldi’s first series, dressed as the Doctor, this time mimicking Matt Smith’s 11th Doctor (shirt and red bow tie) as well as David Tennant’s 10th Doctor (blue trousers and red Converse shoes) as they faced the Cybermen, where she is seemingly vaporized by Missy.

Oliver returned to the role of Osgood in the Doctor Who two-part story “The Zygon Invasion” and “The Zygon Inversion” where her perceived demise was explained.

Tony Curran – Vincent van Gogh

Tony Curran will be at (Re)Generation Who on Saturday March 30th and Sunday March 31st

Tony Curran played the iconic part of Vincent van Gogh in the Doctor Who episode “Vincent and the Doctor” (along with a cameo in the episode “The Pandorica Opens”) opposite Matt Smith’s 11th Doctor. Tony’s performance of van Gogh in the episode has been described as one of the most emotionally powerful portrayals within the entire series.

In addition to Doctor Who, Tony has been in many Sci-Fi and Fantasy related series and movies, such as “Thor: The Dark World”, “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen”, “Blade II”, “Underworld: Evolution”, the TV show “Defiance”, and many others.

Daphne Ashbrook – Dr. Grace Holloway

Daphne Ashbrook starred opposite the 8th Doctor Paul McGann as his companion Dr. Grace Holloway in the 1996 American Doctor Who film. She has also appeared in a number of Big Finish Audio Dramas, and played the part of Melora in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

Daphne’s career started early at the age of six. At seven, Daphne played Suzanna in A CRY OF PLAYERS at Grossmont College, and ended up winning an American College Theatre Festival Award. She appeared in many plays in San Diego, California including ‘Louisa’ in THE FANTASTIKS and the title roles in GYPSY and SWEET CHARITY.

With $200.00 in her pocket she left for L. A. in 1983. Her first series was the critically acclaimed OUR FAMILY HONOR. The cast included Eli Wallach, Kenneth McMillan and Ray Liotta. She went on to play leading roles in many movies of the week including, THAT SECRET SUNDAY, PERRY MASON, LONGARM, 14 GOING ON 30, DAUGHTERS OF PRIVILEGE, POISONED BY LOVE, with Harry Hamlin, DEAD MAN’S REVENGE, with Bruce Dern JAKE LASSITER, with Gerald McRainey, THE LOVE LETTER, with Campbell Scott. She also played leading roles in the Mini-Series’, ROCK HUDSON and INTRUDERS. Her recurring roles were HOOPERMAN with John Ritter, JAG, PACIFIC PALISADES and THE O.C.

Her films include QUIET COOL, SUNSET HEAT and DUMBARTON BRIDGE, for which she won best supporting actress in the Methodfest Independent Film Festival.

When she finds the time she returns to her first love; theatre. She won a Drama Logue Award for her performance in the world premiere of HEARTS, was an Ovation Award nominee for her role in John Guare’s LANDSCAPE OF THE BODY and played a leading role in the world premiere of DELIA’S SONG.

Yee Jee Tso – Chang Lee

Yee Jee (pronounced “yē-jē”) starred opposite the 8th Doctor Paul McGann as his (and The Master’s) Companion Chang Lee in the 1996 American Doctor Who film. Yee Jee was born in Hong Kong and emigrated to Canada when he was 6 months old. He began his acting career at the age of fifteen, with a recurring role in the TV series “Hillside” starring Ryan Reynolds. Over the years, Yee Jee has accumulated over 70 professional film, TV, voice-over and stage credits including spots on Smallville, Stargate: Atlantis, Sliders, Arrow, Continuum, and many more.

Yee Jee recently had the honour of working alongside Oscar winner Anjelica Huston and Joseph Gordon Levitt in “50/50”.

Yee Jee also has a myriad of professional endeavours, including web development, photography, writing, and much more.

Frazer Hines – Jamie McCrimmon

Frazer Hines appeared in many films before the age of 15, including Charlie Chaplin’s A King in New York. However, his big break came when he took on the role of Jamie McCrimmon opposite Second Doctor Patrick Troughton in Doctor Who. As Jamie, he appeared in 117 TV episodes – more than any other companion in the history of the show (and more than most Doctors!). He has gone on to reprise the role for Big Finish in recent years, as well as voicing the Second Doctor on occasion.

Other roles since include Joe Sugden on the long-running soap opera Emmerdale Farm and Sir Gordon Fletcher in Outlander – a TV series based on a book inspired by his performance on Doctor Who. He also has an extensive theatre career, including many pantomime appearances.

He has also release two books: Hines Sight, a reissue of his 1996 autobiography, and most recently the photo collection, Fifty Shades of Frazer.

Wendy Padbury – Zoe Heriot

Wendy Padbury played companion Zoe Heriot opposite the 2nd Doctor Patrick Troughton and Frazer Hines (as Jamie McCrimmon) in Doctor Who from 1968 to 1969. Wendy later appeared in “Doctor Who and the Daleks in the Seven Keys to Doomsday” in 1974, a stage play at the Adelphi Theatre London based on the television series, in which she played a companion named Jenny, opposite Trevor Martin as the Doctor. She then made an appearance, again with Hines and Troughton in Doctor Who’s 20th anniversary story, “The Five Doctors”. Wendy has also made numerous Big Finish audio dramas.

In her other work as an agent Wendy contributed in a major way to the new Doctor Who series by discovering Matt Smith, who later went on to the role of the 11th Doctor in the series.

Terry Molloy – Davros

Montmorency Montgomery Bear has been Sage, Mentor, Yogi, Procurer of Suspicious Liquids and Chocolaty Substances to Terry Molloy since he was a mere ‘Youngling’ with grubby knees!

As a result of Monty’s sparkling advice and party animal persona, Terry’s career has risen to the dizzy depths of infamy… working continuously on Radio, TV, Film, and Stage, for the past ‘nearly fifty years’ with all the enthusiasm and dedication of a racing slug!

Monty has helped Terry win several prestigious Radio and Audio Drama Awards both in the UK and the USA., though no-one is quite sure how he got the money together for the bribes. In 1973 Terry joined the cast of BBC RADIO 4’s “THE ARCHERS” as ‘Mike Tucker’. Forty-four years later, he is still a regular in Ambridge!

It has long been believed that it was Monty’s penchant for ‘evil intelligences’ and the tutoring he gave, that enabled Terry to take on the mantle of ‘Davros’, creator of the Daleks in “DOCTOR WHO” from 1983 until the closure of the ‘Classic Series’, and then voicing the character in many Big Finish audio adventures, including the much acclaimed four part mini-series “I, Davros”. Monty’s secret love of the downright weird also pushed Terry into the cult paranormal comedy audio series “The Scarifyers” as ‘Prof. Edward Dunning’ to David Warner’s ‘Harry (Thumper) Crow’.

Terry’s screen career has been blighted by Monty trying to market him as ‘The New Schwarzenegger’, but recent work on a number of mainstream and Indie films with talent like John Hurt, Roger Lloyd Pack, Neve Cusack, Caroline Catz, & Eileen Atkins, have restored Terry’s faith in cakes (in fact most foodstuffs… apart from pasta!) as a spiritual catalyst to his burgeoning waistline.

When not playing Ukulele or travelling the world with his long suffering Teddy Bear ‘Monty’ as a companion, Terry enjoys the quiet life… walking his dogs on the beaches of rural Norfolk.. and counting sheep.

Steve Gostelow – Dalek/Cyber Operator

Prop maker and actor Steve Gostelow appeared in 30 Years in the TARDIS, a documentary celebrating the 30th anniversary of Doctor Who, as a Dalek operator, Cyberman and the Cybercontroller.

Steve also supplied props and costumes for the same production. However, he’s not coming to (Re)Gen alone – he’ll be accompanied by a silver Troughton-era Dalek, some oldschool Cybermen helmets, and a few other props familiar to fans of the Classic Series!

Simon Fraser – Comic Artist

Simon Fraser is a Scottish comics artist most known for co-created the Eagle Award winning Nikolai Dante for 2000AD, where he has also drawn Judge Dredd. Simon has drawn comics for Dark Horse, IDW, Image and Titan Comics. He worked on the 11th Dr Who comic book for 3 years. His most recent project is KINGSMAN:Red Diamond for Millarworld/Image. He lives in the Bronx NY .

Walt Ciechanowski – Writer, Doctor Who RPG

Walt Ciechanowski is an award-winning writer who has been working in the roleplaying game industry for over two decades. He is a long-time fan of Doctor Who old and new. He considers himself fortunate to have had the chance to combine his interests in writing for the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game, helping to shape the latest addition and contributing to several sourcebooks and adventures.

In addition to his work on the Doctor Who RPG, Walt has written for several game lines, including Adventures in Middle-Earth, All for One, Call of Cthulhu, Dungeons & Dragons, DC Adventures, Dragon Age, Leagues of Adventure, Mutants & Masterminds, and Victoriana. He is also a co-founder of the multiple award-winning RPG blog Gnome Stew.

Darren Watts – Writer, Doctor Who RPG

Darren Watts is a game designer from Queens, NY. Formerly the President and owner of Hero Games and Indie Press Revolution, he got out of the owning things business and resumed freelancing. He co-wrote the Fifth and Eighth Doctor Sourcebooks for the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game, as well as working for Star Trek and other game lines.

He has written or edited dozens of game products, including the recent Golden Age Champions and the notorious Lucha Hero. His most recent work has been for the Sentinels Of The Multiverse RPG, and he recently published We Rate Dogs, his first ever licensed card game.

Dr. Arnold Blumberg – Writer

Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg is the “Doctor of the Dead” and “The MCU guru” – a world-renowned zombie expert and authority on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He teaches courses on those and many other media subjects at several universities. He spent 15 years in the comic book industry as writer and Editor of The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide and curated a pop culture museum for five years.

In the space-time vortex, he’s the owner of ATB Publishing, home to Doctor Who essay collections Outside In and Outside In 2 on classic and modern Who; the 700+-page tome on American Doctor Who fandom, Red White and Who; and Bookwyrm Volume 1, covering all of the Doctor Who New Adventures novels of the 1990s. ATB has also published essay collections on Star Trek (Outside In Boldly Goes and Outside In Makes It So), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Outside In Takes A Stab and the forthcoming Outside In Gains a Soul), and superhero and comics writing (Storytelling Engines).

Also in the Whoniverse, Arnold co-authored the Howe’s Transcendental Toybox guides to Doctor Who merchandise from Telos Publishing, designed other Telos books including The Target Book, and wrote licensed Doctor Who stories “Stolen Days” for Short Trips: How the Doctor Changed My Life and “Mardi Gras Massacre” for Short Trips: Indefinable Magic.

His zombie- and horror-focused podcast, Doctor of the Dead, and his Doctor Who podcast, Who’s Talking, are available via iTunes and other podcast apps as well as at www.doctorofthedead.com; Doctor of the Dead is also available at BlogTalkRadio.

TWITTER: www.twitter.com/DoctoroftheDead
PUBLISHING COMPANY URL: www.atbpublishing.com
PODCAST URL: www.doctorofthedead.com

Robert Smith? – Writer

Robert Smith? is the author of Who is the Doctor, Who’s 50 and The Doctors Are In (ECW Press), guides to the wonderful world of Doctor Who. He’s also the editor extraordinaire of the Outside In series of pop-culture reviews with a twist (ATB Publishing), covering Doctor Who, Star Trek and Buffy.

In his day job, he’s a professor of mathematics and a world leading expert on zombies. Really.

Peter David – Writer

Peter David is a prolific New York Times best selling author and self proclaimed Writer of Stuff. He has written in all most all forms of prose and gained followers in each.

He is the co-creator and author of the bestselling Star Trek: New Frontier series for Pocket Books, and has also written such Trek novels as Q-Squared, The Siege, Q-in-Law, Vendetta, I, Q (with John deLancie), A Rock and a Hard Place and Imzadi. He produced the three Babylon 5 Centauri Prime novels, and has also had his short fiction published in such collections as Shock Rock, Shock Rock II, and Otherwere, as well as Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine and The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.

Peter’s comic book resume includes an award-winning twelve-year run on The Incredible Hulk, and he has also worked on such varied and popular titles as Supergirl, Young Justice, Soulsearchers and Company, Aquaman, Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2099, X-Factor, Star Trek, Wolverine, The Phantom, Sachs & Violens, The Dark Tower, and many others.

Peter contributed to the Big Finish anthology Short Trips: The Quality of Leadership with the story “One Fateful Knight” which serves as a prequel/sequel to the Seventh Doctor TV show episode “Battlefield”, and has the Eight Doctor discovering more details about the revelations that come from that episode.

Kathleen David – Writer

Kathleen David started working with puppets when she was two and over 50 years later she is still “wiggling dolls” for fun and profit (including making a number of Puppets designed after many of The Doctors). Along the way she picked up a quite few more skills and careers. She has done just about everything from cancer research to rock and roll. Some of her favorite jobs have been in puppetry, theater, and publishing.

She is a published writer with a Doctor Who story in the Big Finish anthology Short Trips: Qualities of Leadership titled “On a Pedestal”, and has been in numerous other anthologies. She created the series Headcases with her husband Peter David.

She worked on Star Wars: The New Jedi Order with Shelly Shapiro.

Her costumes have won awards at a number science fiction conventions both for performance and workmanship. She has also created costumes for film and stage. She is a former employee of the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta. Her puppets are in collections all over the world.

Cat Smith – Performer

Cat Smith is the reigning Miss Nerdstiles, having inherited the crown from absolutely no one, because she made it up. She is an actor, a musician, a cosplayer, and a general nuisance (General Nuisance *salute*). She and her ukulele have charmed the collective socks off of LI Who and LI Geek (as the house band, no less), ReGeneration Who, ConnectiCON, Wicked Faire, and The Way Station. You can find her on YouTube and Instagram as deadlightsgirl, and her favourite drink is Templeton on the rocks, in case you were wondering/buying.

John Peel – Writer

John Peel was born in Nottingham, England (home of Robin Hood) and moved to the U.S. in 1981. He lives on Long Island with his wife and Dickens the super dog. He’s written over a hundred novels, including tie-ins to TV series such as “Star Trek” and “The Outer Limits”. His “The Avengers” novel “Too Many Targets” was recently adapted into an audioplay by Big Finish. He has written a dozen novels set in the worlds of “Doctor Who”, including novelizations of classic Dalek TV episodes.

His latest ventures are a series of novels based on “Doctor Omega”, in conjunction with famed artist Andrew Skilleter, and he has ventured into writing audio dramas for Sounds of Thunder.

Hannah Harkness – Performer

Hannah Harkness is a stand up comedian from Brooklyn, New York who has been performing at nerd culture events, comedy clubs, and anywhere she can get her geeky hands on a mic for the better portion of 11 years. She has written for BrokeAssStuart.com, performs regularly at New York Comedy Club and runs a monthly stand up show at The Trocadero Theatre in Philadelphia, PA. She has been with Regen since it’s humble origins and loves her whovian family.

Antipode – Dance Group

Antipode was originally founded in 2006. The eccentric dance group has combined their love of video game/nerd culture with their love of belly dancing to create a unique form of dance known as geeky bellydance. Antipode performs throughout the year at numerous conventions along the East Coast.

The group is primarily made up of four dancers. Co-directors Ayla, the choreographer, and Merika, the costumer, are joined by members Kaiya and Termariel. Though primarily the four, Antipode has had multiple guest dancers grace their shows.

Fusing the theatrics of acting with a mix of cosplay, pop-culture, and off-beat humor Antipode brings the audience not just dance, but full geek entertainment.


Paul McGann – 8th Doctor

Due to A Personal Situation Paul McGann has had to withdraw from appearing at (Re)Generation Who 5

Paul McGann first came to prominence for portraying Percy Toplis in the 1986 BBC television serial The Monocled Mutineer, and later starred in the 1987 dark comedy Withnail and I. He then became the eighth incarnation of The Doctor in the American 1996 Doctor Who television film–a role he has reprised in more than 70 Big Finish audio dramas and in the 2013 mini-episode “The Night of the Doctor”. He also made an appearance in Peter Davison’s Doctor Who 50th anniversary comedy homage “The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot”.

Guests subject to cancellation or schedule change, due to professional commitments or other reasons.

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