Another guest actor announced for the latest series of Doctor Who is Thaddea Graham. A relative newcomer her growing list of credits now includes Doctor Who: Flux.
Chinese born Northern Irish actor Thaddea Graham is known for a variety of television roles. Most recently she played the role Bea in the Netflix series The Irregulars. Other performances include as Hanmei Collins in the Sky One series Curfew and Iona in another Netflix series The Letter for the King. For BBC One comedy-drama Us Graham played the role of Kat. In an unlikely brush with the Whoniverse the director of Us was Geoffrey Sax, director of the 1996 TV Movie starring Paul McGann. Now Thaddea Graham joins Doctor Who: Flux as a guest actor in Series 13’s Chapter Three: Once, Upon Time.
Thaddea Graham spoke of her delight on joining the new series of Doctor Who, “The whole cast and crew welcomed me with open arms into the iconic Doctor Who family of which it is an absolute privilege to be part of. It’s a real honour to share the magic of this universe with them and, of course, our wonderful audience this October!” She also used her Twitter account to express her joy at being a part of the show.
An absolute JOY to be part of 💚 https://t.co/AGdioH0JdK
— Thaddea Graham (@ThaddeaGraham) October 18, 2021
Whilst her role in the series remains a mystery, Thaddea Graham is a welcome addition to the cast list for Doctor Who: Flux.
Doctor Who: Flux continues this Sunday at 6.30pm on BBC One, and on BBC America in the US, with Chapter Three: Once, Upon Time
“Time is beginning to run wild”. On a planet that shouldn’t exist, in the aftermath of apocalypse, the Doctor, Dan, Yaz and Vinder face a battle to survive.