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Image caption Jodie Whittaker says she wouldn't change the way she looks 'for the world'. Doctor Who actress Jodie Whittaker has revealed she was told to get a line in her forehead filled and her top lip waxed when she began acting. Whittaker is the first woman to take on the title role in the BBC's long-running science fiction series. She made the comments to David Tennant, who played the 10th Doctor, on his new podcast. Whittaker told Tennant she was glad she did not give in to early pressure to change her appearance. Image caption More than 8 million viewers watched Whittaker's debut as the Doctor. The actress, who also starred with Tennant in ITV's Broadchurch, said of her forehead: "I ... Full story

12 February

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