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I first met Georgia Moffett at the London Film & Comic Convention, held at Earl's Court in July 2008. She signed a photograph of her as Jenny from Doctor Who in which she had just appeared.
I met her again in May 2010 at Collectormania held at the MK Dons stadium in Milton Keynes. She was very friendly, and I got a nice photo with her on both occasions.
Georgia Elizabeth Moffett was born on Christmas Day 1984, in West London. She is the daughter of the actor Peter Davison (best known as the fifth Doctor Who) and the American actress Sandra Dickinson.
After the separation of her parents, Georgia chose to go away to boarding school. Her parents
Georgia Moffett with her parents
parents sent her to St Edward's School in Oxford, a school attended
Georgia aged five
Georgia as Nicki Davey
in Peak Practice
Lisa Maxwell & Georgia Moffett in The Bill
Georgia with her baby Tyler
attended by a number of famous pupils, including Sir Laurence Olivier.
When she was 17, Georgia gave birth to a son, Tyler,
She appeared in a total of 14 episodes, before returning in 2004 & 2005 for a further 11 episodes, with a guest appearance as a more 'grown up' Abigail in 2009. This role
initially gave Georgia a high profile, and parts in three TV movies
movies followed - Sandra Biggs in The Second Quest (2004); Sally in Tom Brown's Schooldays (2005) and Morag Tait in Like Father Like Son (2005).
Georgia Moffett in Like Father Like Son
In the long-running Yorkshire soap opera Where the Heart Is, Georgia was cast as the downtrodden Alice Harding in 9 episodes in 2004 & 2005. Alice was the girlfriend of Nathan Boothe, the character
played by Adam Paul Harvey. The
Georgia Moffett as Sandra Biggs in
The Second Quest
(above & right) Georgia Moffett as Alice Harding
Moffett and Harvey also had a real-life relationship which ended in 2006, although they remain good friends.
in Where the Heart Is
Fear, Stress and Anger
Georgia Moffett, Daisy Atkins & Peter Davison in
In the six-episode sitcom Fear, Stress and Anger (2007) Georgia plays Chloe Chadwick, alongside her real-life father Peter Davison, who also plays her father, Martin
With Peter Davison on the set of
The Last Detective
Martin Chadwick, in the series. That same year, they also appeared together in an episode of The Last Detective (2007) in which Davison stars as DC Davies. In 2008, Georgia made a guest appearance as WPC Penny Bishop in the BBC sitcom My Family.
Gabriel Thomson & Georgia Moffett in My Family
In May 2008, Georgia starred as Jenny, the cloned daughter of the Tenth Doctor, played by David Tennant, in an episode of Doctor Who called 'The Doctor's Daughter'. Georgia had unsuccessfully auditioned for the part of the Ninth Doctor's companion Rose Tyler in 2005 - the role eventually going to Billie Piper. She also auditioned for the character Robina Redmond in the 2008 Agatha Christie episode of Doctor Who called 'The Unicorn and the Wasp'. Although again unsuccessful, it did lead to her getting the role as The Doctor's daughter.
Georgia signed this photo for me, of her as Jenny in Doctor Who
Georgia Moffett as Jenny, The Doctor's daughter in Doctor Who
Catherine Tate & Georgia in Doctor Who
In 2008, Georgia altered her appearance considerably as the red-head Kylie Roman in series oneo
one of the BBC Three spy spin-off Spooks: Code 9. The following year, she appeared as the stunningly attractive Lady Vivian (Daughter of King Olaf) in an episode of the BBC's fantasy drama Merlin entitled 'Sweet Dreams'. 2009 also saw ITV's production of the Agatha Christie whodunnit
Georgia Moffett in Spooks: Code 9
As Kylie Roman in Spooks
whodunnit Why Didn't They Ask Evans? with Georgia cast as Frankie
Frankie Derwent. The mystery here is why it was aired in America in 2009 but British viewers had to wait until 2011 to see it.
Georgia had a small role as Sophie Holland in the 3-part TV adaptation of Mark Billingham's first Thorne thriller Sleepyhead (2010), starring David Morrissey as DI Tom Thorne.
Geirgia Moffett as Frankie Derwent in
Why Didn't They Ask Evans?
Geoergia Moffett as Lady Vivian in Merlin
As Heather in Casualty
As Emma Keeley in White Van Man
As Sophie Holland in Thorne: Sleepyhead
Her latest appearances have been in six episodes of the BBC Three sitcom White Van Man (2011) in which she plays restaurateur Emma Keeley, alongside Will Mellor and Clive Mantle. Series one was filmed in and around Manchester during Summer 2010 and was broadcast in March 2011. Georgia's mother, Sandra Dickinson, guest starred as Debbie in Episode 5. A second series is in production for 2012.
I took this photo of Georgia in October 2011
at the Entertainment Media Show in London
Whilst most of Georgia's work has been for TV, she has done some stage work. In 2007 she made her stage debut as Mathilde Verlaine in a revival of Christopher Hampton's play Total Eclipse at London's Menier Chocolate Factory, and in June
With Daniel Evans in Total Eclipse
June 2010 she performed in the play Hens, which ran for four performances at the Riverside Studios, and was later broadcast on Sky Arts 2.
As Mathilde in Total Eclipse
In March 2011, Georgia Moffett gave birth to her daughter Olive, after
Georgia has two half brothers - Louis (b. 1999) and Joel (b.2001) from her father's marriage to the writer Elizabeth Morton.
Tyler, the baby's father being a student she had met in Oxford where he had a holiday job as a waiter. Georgia later found a nanny to look after Tyler, and in 2002 & 2003, she made a name for herself playing DI Samantha Nixon's wayward daughter Abigail in the long-running police drama The Bill.
When she began her acting career, Georgia kept her father's real name Moffett. He took the stage name Davison in order to avoid confusion with the director Peter Moffatt, with whom he later worked. Georgia was just 15 when she appeared as Nicki Davey in four episodes of the Derbyshire-based TV series Peak Practice in 1999.
after it was widely reported that she was engaged to Olive's father, the actor David Tennant. On 30th December 2011, they were married in London in a private ceremony with just family and close friends invited.
Ciaran Brown with Georgia Moffett at Earl's Court in 2008