David Tennant would love to make a ‘Doctor Who’ comeback.
The 48-year-old actor played the Tenth Doctor between 2005 and 2010 and later reprised the role for the 50th anniversary special ‘The Day of the Doctor’ and he’d be up for a similar return alongside Peter Capaldi, Matt Smith, Christopher Eccleston and current Time Lord Jodie Whittaker.
He told RadioTimes.com: “It would be fun to do. Jodie, Peter, and Matt are all mates now. It would be wonderful to be on set with them.
“Chris, I don’t know as well, but I’m a huge admirer of him and I’ve always enjoyed meeting him, so it’d be fun if we were all on set together.”
The show will mark its 60th anniversary in 2023, and while David is up for a comeback he knows there will be a time when he can’t “get away with” returning to the TARDIS.
He added: “I suppose the opportunity has historically been there for Doctors to return to an extent.
“There would come a point where I wouldn’t be able to get away with it. I wouldn’t be able to fit in the suit or get my hair to stand up at the end like I used to.
“There’s a 60th anniversary in a few years, and the question will inevitably come up. But it won’t be for me to decide.”
Meanwhile, the actor previously admitted the passion of ‘Doctor Who’ fans can sometimes be overwhelming and intimidating.
He explained: “t’s quite a small club. It does feel like once you’ve been The Doctor, you’re always The Doctor.
“We do form a small support network… It’s quite an unusual job and it’s humbling to be at the centre of that. It has such a huge fan base all over the world that it is quite scary at first.”