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Terry Walsh (5 May 1939-21 April 2002[1]) was a fight arranger and stuntman for Doctor Who. He acted as a double for Jon Pertwee, the Third Doctor, and for Tom Baker, the Fourth Doctor, as well as various other actors.

Notably, Walsh served as Tom Baker's body double during the filming of The Sontaran Experiment. When Baker sustained a neck injury on set, Walsh portrayed the Fourth Doctor both during his fight with the Sontaran Styre and when the character climbed up some rocks. His face remained obscured during these scenes.

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  1. Aveleyman
  2. Although Walsh had dialogue as Rogers, he remained uncredited both on-screen and in Radio Times for episode six.