So you can have your Apollo and Doctor too.
The show's pretty good. The reason it seems so familiar is because they use scripts from the US version and just UK 'em up a bit. No problem with that!
|Written by Doug Lambert
|Saturday, 27 November 2010 13:00
It's been announced that Peter Davison and Dominic Rowan will join the
cast of ITV's crime/legal drama Law and Order UK. The two actors will
join the cast in the next series with filming on the new 13 episodes
already underway. Peter Davison joins the cast of Law and Order UK
as Henry Sharpe, the new head of the CSP who takes over from George
Castle (Bill Paterson) - although actor Bill Paterson is due to appear in
future episodes of Law and Order UK. Dominic Rowan will play Jacob
Thorne, a Senior Crown Prosecutor. Peter Davison and Dominic Rowan
join Law and Orderregulars Freema Agyeman, Bradley Walsh and
Jamie Bamber in the new series. Previously announced guest-stars for
the 13 new episodes include Juliet Stevenson, Nicola Walker and Tobias Menzies.
Peter Davison will still be remembered to millions for his time as The Doctor between 1981 and 1984 in
the BBC television seriesDoctor Who. Davison was the 5th actor to portray the character on television
and at the time was the youngest actor - that record was taken by David Tennant and more recently by
Matt Smith. Davison most recently reprised his role of The Doctor on-screen for the Children In Need
special, Time Crash, opposite David Tennant in 2007. Davison's various other credits include All
Creatures Great and Small, The Mrs Bradley Mysteries, At Home with the Braithwaites,
Distant Shores, The Last Detective and The Queen.