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Liam Cunningham and David Warner join Doctor Who

Liam Cunningham

Story by Jack Foley

LIAM Cunningham (pictured) and David Warner will appear in the next series of Doctor Who.

According to the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine, the pair will star in a historical episode being penned by Mark Gatiss.

Cunningham was most recently seen in HBO’s Game of Thrones but has also appeared in Outcasts and Strike Back. He’s also due to appear in the next series of the BBC’s Merlin and has several big screen credits to his name, including Ken Loach’s The Hand That Shakes The Barlet, acclaimed Irish comedy-thriller The Guard and Safe House.

Warner, meanwhile, is best known for his film credits, including The Omen, Time Bandits, Tron and Titanic.

The magazine has also confirmed that Jessica Raine (of Call The Midwife fame) will appear opposite Dougray Scott in another episode written by Luther creator Neil Cross.

All of the guest stars will feature in episodes that are due to air in 2013 and feature new Doctor Who companion Jenna-Louise Coleman.

The latest edition of Doctor Who Magazine is on sale now, priced £4.50.

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