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Doctor Who just started filming the current season on Monday, and Mark Williams, who plays Mr. Weasley in the Harry Potter movies, was in the scenes that were filmed. Now other Potter actors will also be guest starring.

It is unknown if he will be making an appearance in the same episode(s) that feature Mark Williams, but David Bradley, who Harry Potter fans know better as Mr. Filch, will be making his second Doctor Who appearance. According to Doctor Who TV:

Actors David Bradley and Rupert Graves are to guest star in Series 7 of Doctor Who…This isn’t actually Bradley’s first outing in the Whoniverse though; he was the voice of the vulture-like Shansheeth in The Sarah Jane Adventures story Death of the Doctor.

Rupert Graves meanwhile, will be recognisable to many readers as Detective Inspector Lestrade in Steven Moffat’s other show Sherlock.

What kind of character do you think these two actors should play?

  • http://twitter.com/Lorentio16 Lauren Dipple

    In Game Of Thrones he looked exactly the same as Filch. Hopefully this time he’ll look a little different:)

    • Kathleenarampick

      Haha yea he did look exactly the same!

      • Lauren

        Maybe that’s just a character he plays well. For example Alan was perfectly made for Snapes role as he suits that role… except for love actually iv never seen him play a happy person

  • Andrea

    Um I think I just died a little. Rupert Graves?!

  • Katie

    In think he should run in, yelling “Students out of bed! Students OUT OF BED!!”… sorry, I had too….

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