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Ben Miller has revealed that getting a role as a Doctor Who villain is thrilling.
The Death In Paradise actor will appear opposite Peter Capaldi in the new series of the long-running science-fiction show this autumn.
I m going to be a villain in Doctor Who, which is just the best news I ve had for ages, he said.
Ben, a self-confessed committed Whovian , admitted keeping the news close to his chest hasn t been easy.
It s so frustrating. I can t imagine what it was like for Peter Capaldi, knowing he is the Doctor for all that time, he continued. It s one of those collusions you re very happy to take part in. The secrecy of Doctor Who is stronger than MI5, not that there is an MI5.
The 48-year-old father-of-two said his love for the sci-fi series has been passed onto his sons.
Both of my sons are huge fans. It s extraordinary, considering the youngest is just two years old and he already knows what a Dalek is, and who Doctor Who is. It s amazing how they pick it up, he said, adding: It must have come from me.
Ben - who was killed off in the Caribbean detective drama Death In Paradise at the start of the most recent series - is already looking forward to sharing his experiences with his offspring.
He said: We re doing some filming this week and my seven-year-old son is coming down. He s very excited.
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