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'''Bruno Langley''' played [[companion]] [[Adam Mitchell]] in the stories [[TV]]: ''[[Dalek (TV story)|Dalek]]'' and [[TV]]: ''[[The Long Game]]''. His was perhaps the shortest tenure for a companion on the [[television]] series.
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'''Bruno Langley''' (born [[21 March (people)|21 March]] [[1983 (people)|1983]]<ref>[[REF]]: ''[[Who-ology: The Official Miscellany]]''</ref>) played [[companion]] [[Adam Mitchell]] in the ''[[Doctor Who]]'' television stories ''[[Dalek (TV story)|Dalek]]'' and ''[[The Long Game]]''. His was perhaps the shortest tenure for a companion on the [[television]] series.
   
Born [[21 March (people)|21 March]] [[1983 (people)|1983]] in [[Devon]], Langley also played the character of ''Todd Grimshaw'' in the [[ITV]] soap opera ''[[Coronation Street]]'' from [[2001 (people)|2001]] to [[2004 (people)|2004]]. As the first openly gay character on the show, Langley developed a large gay following. He has also filmed a small role in the film {{wi|The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse}}, released in [[June]] [[2005 (people)|2005]].
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Born in [[Devon]], Langley also played the character of ''Todd Grimshaw'' in the [[ITV]] soap opera ''[[Coronation Street]]'' from 2001 to 2004. As the first openly gay character on the show, Langley developed a large gay following. He has also filmed a small role in the film {{wi|The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse}}, released in June 2005.
   
On [[30 October (people)|30 October]] 2005 he appeared on stage at {{w|the Old Vic}} theatre in [[London]] in the play {{wi|Night Sky}} alongside [[Christopher Eccleston]], [[Navin Chowdhry]], [[David Warner]], {{w|Saffron Burrows}} and {{w|David Baddiel}}.
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On 30 October 2005, he appeared on stage at {{w|the Old Vic}} theatre in [[London]] in the play {{wi|Night Sky}} alongside [[Christopher Eccleston]], [[Navin Chowdhry]], [[David Warner]], {{w|Saffron Burrows}} and {{w|David Baddiel}}.
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In 2017 he reprised Adam Mitchell in [[Big Finish]] audio story ''[[The Other Side (audio story)|The Other Side]]'' which left it open for more adventures with the Doctor to be depicted. Later that year Langley was found guilty of sexual misconduct, bringing these adventures to an early end.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 05:10, April 2, 2019

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Bruno Langley (born 21 March 1983[1]) played companion Adam Mitchell in the Doctor Who television stories Dalek and The Long Game. His was perhaps the shortest tenure for a companion on the television series.

Born in Devon, Langley also played the character of Todd Grimshaw in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street from 2001 to 2004. As the first openly gay character on the show, Langley developed a large gay following. He has also filmed a small role in the film The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse, released in June 2005.

On 30 October 2005, he appeared on stage at the Old Vic theatre in London in the play Night Sky alongside Christopher Eccleston, Navin Chowdhry, David Warner, Saffron Burrows and David Baddiel.

In 2017 he reprised Adam Mitchell in Big Finish audio story The Other Side which left it open for more adventures with the Doctor to be depicted. Later that year Langley was found guilty of sexual misconduct, bringing these adventures to an early end.

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