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As only name Edit
- Jim (The Empty Child) (TV: The Empty Child)
- Jim (Let's Kill Hitler) (TV: Let's Kill Hitler)
- Jim (Devil in the Smoke) (PROSE: Devil in the Smoke)
- Jimmy (The Snag Finders) (COMIC: The Snag Finders)
- Jimmy (Spearhead from Space) (TV: Spearhead from Space)
- Jim (The Dæmons) (TV: The Dæmons)
- Jimmy (The Sontaran Games) (PROSE: The Sontaran Games)
- Jim the Fish (TV: The Impossible Astronaut)
- Thin Jimmy (TV: Rise of the Cybermen)
As first name Edit
- Jim Callum (TV: The Tomb of the Cybermen)
- Jim Elliot (TV: The Moonbase)
- Jim Garrett (TV: Fragments)
- Jim Hardwicke (PROSE: The Living Death)
- Jim Holden (TV: Colony in Space)
- Jim Purcell (TV: Night Terrors)
- Jimmy Carter (PROSE: Interference - Book One and PROSE: Option Lock)
- Jimmy Mitchell (PROSE: Another Life and PROSE: Slow Decay)
- Jimmy Munro (TV: Spearhead from Space, PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy, and PROSE: The Scales of Injustice)
- Jimmy Stalkingwolf (TV: Dreamland)
- Jimmy Stone (TV: Rose)
- Jimmy Turner (TV: The Invasion)
- Jimmy Wicks (TV: The Rebel Flesh and TV: The Almost People)
- Jimmy Wicks (Ganger) (TV: The Rebel Flesh and TV: The Almost People)
As name of object, publication or other in-universe item Edit
Behind the scenes Edit
As first name Edit
- Jimmy Gardner, who played Chenchu in TV: Marco Polo and Idmon in TV: Underworld.
- Jimmy Winston, who played Shura in TV: Day of the Daleks.
Monster specialists Edit
- Jim Castillo, who played an anchor in TV: The New World.
- Jim Findley, who played Mercer in TV: Resurrection of the Daleks.
- Jim McManus, who played an Opthalmologist in The Invisible Enemy.
- Jim Tyson, was an uncredited role as a tourist in TV: The Chase.
- Jim Carter, who played the role of Brother Bernard in AUDIO: The Book of Kells.
- Jim Norton, an Irish actor who voiced Major Thomas Kennet in WC: Scream of the Shalka.
Visual effects Edit
- Jim Francis, one of the visual effects designers on The Caves of Androzani.
- Jim Ward (or James Ward), the visual effects designer on TV: Doctor Who and the Silurians, The Mind of Evil, Day of the Daleks, The Time Warrior, Death to the Daleks and Revenge of the Cybermen.
- Jim Gray, who conceived the story and co-wrote the script of TV: Escape to LA.
- Jim Noble, a writer of several episodes of K9.
- Jim Latham, the Film Editor for TV: The Rescue, The Romans, and The Power of the Daleks.
- Jim Walker, the film editor for TV: The Three Doctors.
Other media Edit
- Jim Mortimore, an author of several Doctor Who novels.
- Jim Sangster, writer of the short stories Dear Friend, Every Picture Tells a Story and Hello Goodbye.
- Jim Smith, who wrote several audio stories and prose stories
- Jim Salicrup, editor for the Doctor Who range of comics published by Marvel Comics in the 1980s.
- Jimmy Betancourt, Letterer for several Torchwood comic stories.
- Jim Smith, who wrote several audio stories and prose stories.