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Andy Pryor CDG

Last updated 27 July 2014

Production Credits
Casting Director: Rose; The End Of The World; The Unquiet Dead; Aliens of London / World War Three; Dalek; The Long Game; Father's Day; The Empty Child / The Doctor Dances; Boom Town; Bad Wolf / The Parting of the Ways; Children in Need Special; The Christmas Invasion; New Earth; Tooth and Claw; School Reunion; The Girl in the Fireplace; Rise of the Cybermen / The Age of Steel; The Idiot's Lantern; The Impossible Planet / The Satan Pit; Love and Monsters; Fear Her; Army of Ghosts / Doomsday; The Runaway Bride; Smith and Jones; The Shakespeare Code; Gridlock; Daleks in Manhattan / Evolution of the Daleks; The Lazarus Experiment; 42; Human Nature / The Family of Blood; Blink; Utopia; The Sound of Drums / Last of the Time Lords; Time Crash (Children in Need); Voyage of the Damned; Partners in Crime; The Fires of Pompeii; Planet of the Ood; The Sontaran Stratagem / The Poison Sky; The Doctor's Daughter; The Unicorn and the Wasp; Silence in the Library / Forest of the Dead; Midnight; Turn Left; The Stolen Earth / Journey's End; Music of the Spheres (BBC Proms); The Next Doctor; Planet of the Dead; The Waters of Mars; The End of Time; The Eleventh Hour; The Beast Below; Victory of the Daleks; The Time of Angels / Flesh and Stone; The Vampires of Venice; Amy's Choice; The Hungry Earth / Cold Blood; Vincent and the Doctor; The Lodger; The Pandorica Opens / The Big Bang; The Impossible Astronaut / Day of the Moon; The Curse of the Black Spot; The Doctor's Wife; The Rebel Flesh / The Almost People; A Good Man Goes to War; Let's Kill Hitler; Night Terrors; The Girl Who Waited; The God Complex; Closing Time; The Wedding of River Song; The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe; Asylum of the Daleks; Dinosaurs on a Spaceship; A Town Called Mercy; The Power Of Three; The Angels Take Manhattan; The Snowmen; The Bells of Saint John; Nightmare in Silver; Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS; The Crimson Horror; Hide; Cold War; The Rings of Akhaten; The Name of the Doctor; Revenge of the Slitheen[SJA]; Eye of the Gorgon[SJA]; Warriors of Kudlak[SJA]; Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?[SJA]; The Lost Boy[SJA]; The Last Sontaran[SJA]; The Day of the Clown[SJA]; Secrets of the Stars[SJA]; The Mark of the Berserker[SJA]; The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith[SJA]; Enemy of the Bane[SJA]; Prisoner of the Judoon[SJA]; The Mad Woman in the Attic[SJA]; The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith[SJA]; The Eternity Trap[SJA]; Mona Lisa's Revenge[SJA]; The Gift[SJA]; Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang[TW]; Sleeper[TW]; To the Last Man[TW]; Meat[TW]; Adam[TW]; Reset[TW]; Dead Man Walking[TW]; A Day in the Death[TW]; Something Borrowed[TW]; From Out of the Rain[TW]; Fragments[TW]; Exit Wounds[TW]; Day One[TW]; Dreamland; Death Is the Only Answer; Good as Gold; The Day of The Doctor; An Adventure In Space And Time[Misc]; The Time of the Doctor as Casting Director (Vorgenson): Doctor Who Live[Stage]
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Andy Pryor CDG


Andy Pryor has been the casting director for Doctor Who since its return in 2005. He has been involved in casting the Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Doctors, as well as all the modern companions. He is the longest-serving member of the BBC Wales team, having been the first person hired after Julie Gardner and Russell T Davies.
Pryor was also the casting director for the first three series of Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures.Outside of the Doctor Who family of shows, he has been responsible for casting many of the most-acclaimed British shows of the early 21st century, such as Life on Mars with John Simm; Survivors with Paterson Joseph and Roger Lloyd Pack; Moses Jones with Matt Smith and Shaun Parkes; Whitechapel with Phil Davis and Steve Pemberton; Material Girl with Lenora Crichlow andDervla Kirwan; Cutting It with Sarah Parish; and Red Cap with Peter Guinness. Some of his earliest work as a casting director involved Our Friends in the North, which co co-starred both Christopher Eccleston and Daniel Craig; and the film, Trainspotting.