Jodie Whittaker says playing Time Lord ‘knocked 15 years off me’
Doctor Who: Jodie Whittaker says she’s left ‘so many notes’
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The star makes her final appearance as the Time Lord in Sunday’s 90-minute special, and insists she has loved every minute.
Jodie, 40, said: “With Doctor Who, there was heartbreak, there was fear and there was loss, but my overriding emotion was excitement.
“That really fed into my evening and my weekend and my year. It bleeds into life. I feel like it’s knocked 15 years off me because I’ve been so energised.”
As the 13th Doctor, Jodie became the first woman to land the role in 2017.
In Sunday’s finale, the hero must battle all of her main enemies – the Daleks, Cybermen and the Master.
Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa will take over the role.
The Power of the Doctor, BBC One, Sunday, 7.30pm
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