Jake McGann

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Jake McGann
Born 1990 (age 27–28)
Occupation Voice actor
Years active 2007-present
Parent(s) Paul McGann
Annie Milner

Jake McGann (born 1990)[citation needed] is an English actor. He is the second and younger son of actor Paul McGann and Annie Milner. He has an elder brother, Joseph McGann, born in 1988. He is the nephew of actors Joe, Mark and Stephen McGann.

In 2007, he appeared in two Doctor Who audio dramas starring his father as the Doctor: Immortal Beloved and The Girl Who Never Was, before playing the title role in the 2009 audio, An Earthly Child, where he played The Doctor's great-grandson Alex Campbell. He reprised his role in the audio dramas Relative Dimensions and To the Death.[1]

Jake found himself involved in the Doctor Who audio dramas after joining his father at the BBC on work experience.


  1. ^ Mollmann, Steve (9 January 2011). "Relative Dimensions (review)". Unreality SF. Retrieved 9 March 2011.

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