Jodie Whittaker makes history as first ever female Doctor

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Jodie Whittaker makes history as first ever female Doctor
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Jodie Whittaker has been announced as Doctor Who's 13th Time Lord, making history as the first ever female to play the iconic lead role and taking over from Peter Capaldi. The news was announced on Sunday in a trailer at the end of Wimbledon men's singles final on the BBC. Jodie, 35, is best known for playing Beth Latimer in ITV's drama Broadchurch . She has also appeared in films including One Day, Attack the Block and St Trinian's.

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