You may be looking for the play. Henry V was the King of England during the early 15th century. He was born in 1386 and was the son of Henry IV. (AUDIO: The Doctor's Tale) While waiting for the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, he encountered the First Doctor, Ian Chesterton, Barbara Wright and Susan Foreman. They convinced him that they were sent from God to help him win the battle. (PROSE: The Reign Makers) Behind the scenes Edit He was played by Jonathan Firth in the BBC version of Henry IV and Martin Clunes in The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything. v • eThe Monarchs of England and Great BritainPre-1066 monarchs The Doctor • King Arthur • Egfrith • Alfred the Great • Athelstan of England • Ethelred • Cnut • Edward the Confessor • Harold GodwinsonEnglish monarchs William I • Richard I • John • Henry III • Richard II • Henry IV • Henry V • Edward IV • Edward V • Richard III • Henry VII • Henry VIII • Edward VI • Jane Grey • Mary I • Elizabeth I • James I • Charles I Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell • Richard Cromwell Charles II • James II • Mary II & William III • AnneBritish monarchs Anne • George I • George II • George III • George IV • Victoria • Edward VII • George V • Edward VIII • George VI • Elizabeth II • Charles III • William V • Henry XII • Elizabeth XAlternate timeline monarchs King Arthur • Charles III • John Hart • Edward IXThe monarchs are listed in rough chronological order by the time of their coronation.Please note that this template only uses information from DWU sources. Real world information should not enter into this. Retrieved from "https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/Henry_V?oldid=2799935" Categories: 14th century individuals 15th century individuals Royalty from the real world People from the real world encountered by the First Doctor English monarchs + cat Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.