Jodie Whittaker Reveals She Cried After Landing the Role in Doctor Who

Jodie Whittaker decided to reveal her reaction after discovering that she will be the first female protagonist in the British science fiction cult series Doctor Who and the Thirteenth Doctor series . During her recent appearance at The Graham Norton Show, Whittaker admitted that she was overwhelmed by emotions after hearing the news and even started crying.

"I went to what I thought was just a final audition and a talk with all the adults," said the 36-year-old actress. I was being all steel and when they told me the part was mine, I started crying. They started telling me a lot of important things on paper and all I could think about was: "I really want to do WhatsApp to someone." "

Whittaker also added that he felt" joy, fear and responsibility "for the fans. [19659003] Since its premiere in 1963, Doctor Who always had a male lead, with 12 actors playing the role of The Doctor After Peter Capaldi, who played the Twelfth Doctor, decided to leave the program in 2017, the BBC decided to take a different approach and choose a female lead, and Jodie Whittaker finally got the role.This decision caused some controversy, but Most fans were pleased with the decision after Whittaker made his debut in the 2017 Doctor Who Christmas special "Twice Upon a Time." Season 11 is scheduled to premiere on October 4.

Before becoming the thirteenth doctor, Jodie Whittaker gained recognition for her work in the television series Black Mirror, Broadchurch and [194] 59011] The Smoke . He also played roles in films such as Get Santa, Black Sea and Adult Life Skills .