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Peter Davison’s height is 6ft 1in ( 1.85m )

Peter Davison is an English actor, best known for his roles as Tristan Farnon in the television version of James Herriot’s All Creatures Great and Small, and as the fifth incarnation of the Doctor in Doctor Who, which he played from 1981 to 1984.

Peter Davison

Born: April 13, 1951 , Streatham, United Kingdom
Spouse: Elizabeth Heery (m. 2003), Sandra Dickinson (m. 1978–1994), Diane J. Russell (m. 1973)
Movies: The Airzone Solution, Black Beauty, Mole’s Christmas, Wuthering Heights, Parting Shots, Harnessing Peacocks, Doctor Who
Siblings: Pamela Moffett, Barbara Moffett, Shirley Moffett
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Filmography: Law & Order: UK (2011-2014), Death in Paradise (2014), The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot (2013), Pat & Cabbage (2013), Inspector Lewis (2013), New Tricks (2011), Sherlock (2010), The Queen (2009), Miranda (2009), Micro Men (2009), Midsomer Murders (2009), Al Murray’s Multiple Personality Disorder (2009), Unforgiven (2009), Distant Shores (2005-2008), Doctor Who: Time Crash (2007), The Last Detective (2003-2007), Agatha Christie’s Marple (2007), Fear, Stress and Anger (2007), The Complete Guide to Parenting (2006), Too Good to Be True (2003), At Home with the Braithwaites (2000-2003), The Mrs Bradley Mysteries (2000), The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything (1999), Hope and Glory (1999), Parting Shots (1998), Wuthering Heights (1998), Verdict (1998), The Stalker’s Apprentice (1998), Jonathan Creek (1998), Dear Nobody (1997), Doctor Who: Destiny of the Doctors (1997), Cuts (1996), P.R.O.B.E.: Ghosts of Winterborne (1996), The Adventures of Toad (1996), P.R.O.B.E.: The Devil of Winterborne (1995), The Adventures of Mole (1995), Jeremy Hardy Gives Good Sex (1995), Ain’t Misbehavin (1994-1995), A Man You Don’t Meet Every Day (1994), Molly (1994), The Zero Imperative (1994), Mole’s Christmas (1994), Black Beauty (1994), The Airzone Solution (1993), Harnessing Peacocks (1993), Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time (1993), Kinsey (1992), Screen One (1992), Fiddlers Three (1991), Grime Goes Green: Your Business and the Environment (1990), All Creatures Great and Small (1978-1990), Mystery!: Campion (1989-1990), Tales of the Unexpected (1988), A Very Peculiar Practice (1986-1988), Magnum, P.I. (1985), Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple: A Pocket Full of Rye (1985), Anna of the Five Towns (1985), Fox Tales (1985), Jackanory (1984), Doctor Who (1981-1984), Sink or Swim (1980-1982), Holding the Fort (1980-1982), The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy (1981), Saint Joan (1979), ITV Playhouse (1979), Love for Lydia (1977), The Tomorrow People (1975), Warship (1974), Mystery!: Campion (1989), Button Moon (), Mixed Blessings (1978), Mystery!: Campion (), All Creatures Great and Small (1978), The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot (2013), The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot (2013), Beached (2011/I), Beached (2011/I), Beached (2011/I), Coxwell & Gerrard (2008), Toast of London (2014), The Crime Thriller Club (2014), Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion (2014), Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty (2013), William Hartnell: The Original (2013), Doctor Who Explained (2013), Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited (2013), Doctor Who at the Proms (2013), BBC Proms (2013), Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor (2013), The Destinations of Doctor Who (2012), The Timey-Wimey of Doctor Who (2012), The Women of Doctor Who (2012), Tales of Television Centre (2012), Breakfast (2007-2011), Snake Charmer: The Making of ‘Snakedance’ (2011), Come in Number Five (2011), The Flames of Sarn (2010), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (2007-2010), Who Wants to Live Forever? (2009), Talking About Regeneration (2009), Winner Takes All (2009), Drama Trails (2008), Doctor Who Confidential (2005-2008), Happy Hour (2008), The Cult of… (2008), Richard & Judy (2007-2008), Celebration (2008), The Depths (2008), They Came from Beneath the Sea (2008), Children in Need (1983-2007), Loose Women (2000-2007), The Wright Stuff (2007), Anti-Matter from Amsterdam (2007), Space Top 10 Countdown (2007), A New Body at Last (2007), Being Doctor Who (2007), The Crowded TARDIS (2007), The Sharon Osbourne Show (2006), The New Paul O’Grady Show (2005), ‘Doctor Who’: A New Dimension (2005), Heaven and Earth with Gloria Hunniford (2004), Hardware (2004), Today with Des and Mel (2004), This Morning (1998-2004), The Story of ‘Doctor Who’ (2003), V Graham Norton (2003), Putting the Shock Into ‘Earthshock’ (2003), The Ralf Little Show (2002), 10 Years of Heartbeat (2002), Top Ten (2001), It’s Only TV… But I Like It (2000), Adventures in Space and Time (1999), The Kidnappers (1999), Harry Hill (1997), Scene (1997), The Doctors, 30 Years of Time Travel and Beyond (1995), Stranger Than Fiction (1994), The Good Sex Guide (1994), Entertainment Express (1993), ‘Doctor Who’: Daleks – The Early Years (1993), ‘Doctor Who’ Who’s Who (1986), An Audience with Billy Connolly (1985), Harty (1984), Blue Peter (1980-1983), Nine O’Clock News (1983), Nationwide (1980-1983), Once Upon a Time Lord (1983), Breakfast Time (1983), Saturday Superstore (1982), This Is Your Life (1982), Call My Bluff (1982), Multi-Coloured Swap Shop (1981-1982), Saturday Night at the Mill (1980), Pebble Mill (1980), 12 Again (2013), Doctor Who (2008-2013), Return to Little Hodcombe (2011), Dream Time: The Making of ‘Kinda’ (2011), BBC Proms (2010), Who Peter: Partners in Time – 1963-1989 (2010), Cybermen (2009), Doctor Who Confidential (2009), The Cold War (2009), Trials and Tribulations (2008), The Ties That Bind Us (2008), 5 Doctors One Studio (2008), Not So Special Effects (2008), The Cyber Story (2008), Double Trouble (2007), Rogue Time Lords (2007), Would I Lie to You? (2007), Jurassic Larks: Time-Flight Studio Recordings (2007), Mouth on Legs (2007), Omega Factor (2007), Directing Castrovalva (2007), Ultimate Sci-Fi Quiz (2006), Changing Time: Living and Leaving Doctor Who (2006), Lords and Luddites: Making ‘The Mark of the Rani’ (2006), The Dalek Tapes (2006), Revelation Exhumed (2005), Writing a Final Visitation (2004), Directing ‘Who’: Peter Moffatt (2004), Total Cops (2003), Behind the Sofa: Robert Holmes and Doctor Who (2003), Serial Thrillers (2003), Room 101 (2002), The Greatest (2001), Longleat 83: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy (2001), ‘Doctor Who’: The Colin Baker Years (1994), Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis (1993), ‘Doctor Who’: The Pertwee Years (1992), Resistance Is Useless (1992), Auntie’s Bloomers (1991)
Astrological Sign: Aries
Best Known For Movie: The Five Doctors
Occupation: Actor
Height: 6ft 1in ( 1.85m )
First Name: Peter
Last Name: Davison
Birth Full Name: Peter Malcolm Gordon Moffett
Birthplace: Streatham, London, England, UK
Build: Average
Hair Color: Salt and Pepper
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: English

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