Uk news Line of Duty Scot Kelly MacDonald tipped to be next Doctor Who PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Trainspotting star is currently playing DCI Joanne Davidson in the BBC drama Line of Duty.

Uk news Line of Duty Scot Kelly MacDonald tipped to be next Doctor Who PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Trainspotting star is currently playing DCI Joanne Davidson in the BBC drama Line of Duty.

Uk news  Line of Duty Scot Kelly MacDonald tipped to be next Doctor Who PremierLeague-News.Com
06 April 2021 - 18:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Line of Duty's Kelly MacDonald could be set to play Doctor Who next, according to bookies Ladbrokes. The Trainspotting star is just 12/1 in the betting to replace Jodie Whittaker, having played a leading role in the latest series of Line Of Duty, while Kris Marshall and Michaela Coel continue to head the betting at 6/1 apiece. The current Doctor Jodie Whittaker is set to quit the show after three years in the role. The 38-year-old, who became the first female star to take on the famous character, will leave the show at the end of the next series, when she will regenerate into the 14th Time Lord. The actress told producers she plans to stick to the tradition of giving up the role of Doctor Who after three stints. Kelly plays Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson Read More Related Articles Get Scottish news that matters to you sent to your inbox with our newsletters Read More Related Articles Line of Duty camera blunder exposes more than planned to fans of hit TV show The star is said to be is keen to take on new roles, with producers preparing for the next regeneration. MacDonald is currently causing chaos as DCI Joanne Davidson in the BBC show alongside Martin Compston and Vicky McClure, but many would be delighted to see her take on the role as the famous Doctor. Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "The race to replace Jodie Whittaker is more wide-open than it's ever been and Line Of Duty fans will be pleased to see Kelly Macdonald's odds have tumbled substantially over the past few weeks." Kelly Macdonald admitted last week that she gets as confused as viewers by all the quirky abbreviations on the hit cop show. Kelly says the terminology confused her so much that she was nervous, and didn’t immediately accept the part she was offered on the series. Jodie Whittaker is reportedly quitting as Doctor Who (Image: BBC) Read More Related Articles Line of Duty actor Kelly Macdonald confused by quirky abbreviations on hit show She said: "I did have to think about it. The shock, really, was when I read the first episode.

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." "I did have to get over that obstacle in my mind, because I knew that was going to be quite challenging." Kelly who has been living Stateside since 2010 while starring in TV drama Boardwalk Empire had a lot to catch up on but admits others in the cast and crew helped her out. Sign up to our Record Showbiz newsletter If, like us, you love a good dose of celebrity gossip then we've got you covered. From Lorraine Kelly and Janey Godley to Gordon Ramsay and Sir Rod Stewart, our weekly Showbiz newsletter is packed with the latest news on your favourite stars from Scotland and beyond. Signing up couldn't be easier! Simply enter your email address in the box further up the page or click here to view our wide range of newsletters. She said: “There would be certain acronyms we would discuss in rehearsals. And hair and make-up had a list of what everything stood for. "I’m not brilliant at it still, but I get by." Get the latest celebrity gossip and telly news sent straight to your inbox. Sign up to our weekly Showbiz newsletterhere.

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