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Doctor Who star Ncuti Gatwa's imposter syndrome struggle and moment he realised he was homeless

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Ncuti Gatwa's 15th Doctor was introduced to viewers at Christmas - and now he's back for eight new episodes in a brand new series of Doctor Who.

And the first Black actor and first openly queer actor to lead the series has promised to be dressed to impress. Over the decades, each Doctor has had their own distinct look, but in a nod to Gatwa's own passion for fashion, Fifteen will be dressed to impress in something new every week.

The Sex Education star says: “Look out for a banging duffel coat and a Bobby hat in episode four. But yeah, fashion – the Doctor, he loves his fashion." On Christmas Day 2023, in an episode titled The Church on Ruby Road, fans had their first proper introduction to the Doctor following his "bi-generation".

It also saw him meet new companion Ruby Sunday – an orphan who was abandoned at a church on Ruby Road, hence her name. READ MORE: The latest news from the Manchester Evening News JOIN: The FREE Manchester Evening News WhatsApp community The 31-year-old Rwandan-Scottish actor.

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