Hmm. Here goes:
- David Tennant - Casanova /Hamlet - Doctor Who/Blackpool/Einstein and Eddington but I can watch/listen him in anything - does an addiction to the Hiccup audio books count against me?
- Ben Daniels - Conspiracy (because everyone in that was incredible) Law and Order-UK (because he nails the Sam Waterston righteous liberalism
- Paul McGann- Our Mutual Friend /Doctor Who (esp. on audio)
- Mark Gatiss - Funland (evil stuff, but everyone is brilliant in it)
- John Thaw - Kavanagh QC (which I think I like more than Morse)
- Douglas Henshall - Anna Karenina / This Year's Love / Primeval (especially s1) - The Crucible / Coast of Utopia - Voyage, and on radio 'Fragile!'/ 'The Long Farewell'/ Bampot Central, but again, anything will do. He's never less than worth turning up to watch/listen to - most particularly when that delicious Scottish voice comes through.
- Derek Jacobi - Cadfael, Breaking the Code, and anything on stage that I WISH I had seen him in (plus he was awesome in Doctor Who)
- John Simm - The Devil's Whore --- probably followed by Life on Mars, State of Play and Crime and Punishment
- Kevin Whately - Lewis (and he's certainly better in this than in Morse: room to breathe and plays well against Mr Billie Piper)
- Martin Freeman - Sherlock (because I couldn't bear The Office: though he is well sweet in Love Actually)
- Judi Dench - Mrs Brown /A Fine Romance/As Time Goes By (but I wish I had seen her on stage)
- Kate Ashfield - WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAT?! --- sorry, that makes more sense if you read anything written on Marie Phillips's previous blog (Struggling Author) or read subsequent writings here. Otherwise, Shaun of the Dead
- Freema Agyeman - Doctor Who/ Law and Order UK
- Saskia Reeves - Butterfly Kiss (just a stunning performance, as was Amanda Plummer)
- Lalla Ward - Doctor Who
- Karen Gillan - Doctor Who
- Claire Ashfield - who??
- Hermione Norris - Wire in the Blood/Cold Feet/Spooks (though I never quite forgave her initial actions in the last of these)
- Maggie Smith - Tea with Mussolini (I must be the only person who doesn't mind her heartstrings being shamelessly pulled by this film)
- Julia Roberts - The Pelican Brief (because I love a conspiracy thriller)
Blimey, that was a fairly random list!!!!