A superfan who has devoted his life to cosplaying the Time Lord has been offered a dream gig that takes him one step further to the Tardis.
Dominic G Martin began his obsession with at the tender age of 10 and began dressing up as the iconic BBC character, who has been played by and , just one year later.
Now aged 27, Dominic has spent the best part of 15 years transforming himself into the Doctor, sharing his outfits across social media to a dedicated fanbase.
As well as his ownwhere he performs in a fan-fiction mini-series, the Milton Keynes native started a podcast based on the cult show, which has been broadcast since 1963.
The podcast soon caught the attention of some Doctor Who insiders, who contacted Dominic to offer him a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Dominic accepted the job as an audio producer trainee with Big Finish Productions, working on the audio drama of the long-running series.
Speaking to PA Media, Dominic said: ‘Doctor Who changed my life and unbelievably, is now part of my every day.
‘There is something so magical about the show that has been shared through the generations.
‘I may never get to be the real Doctor Who, but becoming my own version of the Doctor has, and is, one of the greatest experiences of my life.’
One big event in the Doctor Who universe that Dominic cannot wait for is when David Tennant, 51, is to make an explosive comeback.
‘Oh my God, I am so excited,’ he enthused.
‘I cannot wait to see David Tennant’s Doctor and his assistant Donna come back and what they do with the episode.’
In the meantime, star will take over the reigns as the Time Lord, withr’s last appearance due later this year.
The 29-year-old, who is also in alongside and , will be appearing on our screens as the Doctor from next year.
Dominic said he was ‘really excited’ to see the rising star in the role, adding: ‘Ncuti Gatwa is going to do an amazing job of the next Doctor – I am so excited.
‘I am really excited to see what his outfit looks like – he has snappy fashion sense and I will definitely give it and go.’
Doctor Who returns this autumn on BBC One.