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Dan Starkey (born 27 September[1]) played various Sontaran roles in televised Doctor Who, as well as for audio dramas and the Doctor Who video game The Gunpowder Plot. He has also played other non-Sontaran characters for audio and televised Doctor Who and The Sarah Jane Adventures. He also made a cameo appearance in part-Sontaran costume in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot.

He is best known for playing Strax, an occasional associate of the Doctor's. Besides appearing in episodes, Starkey also appears as Strax in a number of online promotional videos uploaded by the BBC under the title Strax Field Report and has also made public appearances in costume and in character as Strax at venues such as the Doctor Who Experience and the 2013 edition of Doctor Who at the Proms.

In 2015, Starkey co-wrote the audio story Terror of the Sontarans with John Dorney.

Outside of Doctor Who, starting from 2012, Starkey played the hobgoblin Randal Moon in Russell T Davies' Wizards vs Aliens.

Acting Roles[]

As Strax

Television[]

Doctor Who[]

Webcasts[]

Doctor Who[]

Doctor Who: Lockdown![]

Audio[]

Special Releases[]

The Paternoster Gang[]

Jago & Litefoot[]

Missy[]

Other Roles

Television[]

Doctor Who[]

The Sarah Jane Adventures[]

Video Games[]

The Adventure Games[]

BBC Website[]

Audio[]

Doctor Who Main Range[]

Doctor Who Special Releases[]

The Lost Stories[]

Fourth Doctor Adventures[]

Fifth Doctor Adventures[]

Dark Eyes[]

Ravenous[]

The War Doctor[]

Ninth Doctor Adventures[]

As Marcus Aurelius Gallius

Tenth Doctor Adventures[]

Classic Doctors, New Monsters[]

The Early Adventures[]

The First Doctor Adventures[]

Jago & Litefoot[]

The New Counter-Measures[]

UNIT: The New Series[]

Missy[]

The Diary of River Song[]

The Robots[]

Susan's War[]

Charlotte Pollard[]

As Bertram

Graceless[]

Donna Noble: Kidnapped![]

Rose Tyler: The Dimension Cannon[]

Torchwood[]

Audiobook Readings[]

Target Novelisations[]

BBC Novelisations[]

Virgin New Adventures[]

Virgin Missing Adventures[]

BBC Past Doctor Adventures[]

BBC New Series Adventures[]

BBC Audio[]

Doctor Who Audio Annuals[]

Time Lord Fairy Tales[]

Other appearances (not valid)[]

Writer[]

Doctor Who Main Range[]

Fourth Doctor Adventures[]

Short Trips[]

The Paternoster Gang[]

External links[]

Footnotes[]

  1. Happy Birthday Dan Starkey!. Blue Box Balm (27 September 2014). Retrieved on 13 December 2016.
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