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Nicholas Pegg is a British actor, director, and writer probably best known as a Dalek operator in Doctor Who, often alongside his parter Barnaby Edwards.
His acting work in the theatre includes productions for Nottingham Playhouse, Scottish Opera, Birmingham Repertory Theatre and the Theatre Royal, Plymouth.
Pegg's acting roles on television include appearances in EastEnders and Doc Martin. For the audiobook company Textbook Stuff, he has recorded the collected poems of Andrew Marvell.
As a writer, Pegg is a noted authority on the life and work of David Bowie. Other writing credits include the short stories Deep Water and Hold Your Horses for the 2008 and 2009 Doctor Who Storybooks, as well as contributions to The Doctor Who Annual and The Brilliant Book of Doctor Who.
In 2017 Pegg was dismissed from writing for Doctor Who Magazine after concealing a crude message in an item.