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Nigel Fairs is a voice actor, director, sound designer, and writer for Big Finish Productions. Although a contributor to the main Doctor Who and Bernice Summerfield lines, he is perhaps most associated with The Companion Chronicles. He was also involved with several BBV Productions audio stories.

On 20th January 1976, Fairs appeared in the first episode of the BBC1 series Hey Look . . . That's Me! - a regional programme featuring youngsters and their hobbies - in which he talked about his deep interest in Doctor Who. He was 12 years old at the time.

In the 1980s he was heavily involved in the fan-produced stories made by Audio Visuals, in which he starred as the Doctor's companion Truman Crouch. He also wrote several episodes. He was later involved in writing and producing a series of audio plays collectively entitled Pisces, which were promoted as being like "Doctor Who with teeth."

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