This page is for ''Series/DoctorWho'' characters whose continuities don't yet have their own Characters pages, or characters who don't fit neatly into a single continuity.

For other ''Series/DoctorWho'' character lists including the Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse, see the following indexes and [[Characters/DoctorWho the main Doctor Who characters page]]:

* Characters/BerniceSummerfield
* Characters/BigFinishDoctorWho
** Characters/BigFinishDoctorWhoDoctors
** Characters/BigFinishDoctorWhoCompanions
** Characters/BigFinishDoctorWhoVillains
** ''Characters/{{Gallifrey}}''
* Characters/DoctorWhoMagazine
* ''Characters/DoctorWhoNewAdventures''
* ''Characters/DoctorWhoTheCurseOfFatalDeath''
* ''Characters/EighthDoctorAdventures''
* Characters/NewSeriesAdventures
* Characters/IrisWildthyme
* [[Characters/DrWhoFilms Peter Cushing films]]
* ''Characters/ScreamOfTheShalka''
* [[Characters/DoctorWhoIDW Doctor Who IDW]]
* Characters/DoctorWhoTitan

!Miscellaneous Expanded Universe Doctors
[[folder:Alternate Third Doctor aka "The Leader"]]
-->Played by: Jack Kine

In the Inferno Universe, the Second Doctor, unlike his prime universe counterpart, did not reject the choices of appearance the Time Lords offered him for his second regeneration, but ended up choosing one of them before he was exiled to Earth, eventually becoming the tyrannical leader of the quasi-Fascist Republic of Great Britain. He was ultimately killed by the catastrophic events that happened during "Inferno".

Though he wasn't identified as an alternate Doctor in the "Inferno" story itself, it was later realized that, Jack Kine, the man who portrayed the Leader on the posters seen in the Inferno Universe, was also amongst the choices the Second Doctor had been offered for his regeneration in "Wargames", and the Expanded Universe took the idea and ran with it.

* EvilMeScaresMe: The Doctor was very unnerved when he realized that the scary man on the posters was one of the choice the Time Lords had offered him, wondering how an alternate version of himself could become a tyrant.
* BeardOfEvil: Sported a moustache, in contrast to the clean-shaven Doctor.

[[folder: Trevor Martin's Doctor]]
--> Played by: Trevor Martin

An alternate Fourth Doctor from the stage play ''Doctor Who and the Daleks in the Seven Keys to Doomsday'' and its Creator/BigFinish version, "Seven Keys To Doomsday". When the Third Doctor starts the story off by dying, this Fourth incarnation accidentally kidnaps two human teens in a fit of post-regeneration mania and immediately gets tangled up in a Dalek plan on the planet Karn.

* ActionHero: Still fond of Venusian Aikido.
* CoolOldGuy: He comes across as somewhat more fatherly than the Third Doctor, and is (slightly) quicker to admit when he's wrong.
* LargeHam: Very.
* YouLookFamiliar: Trevor Martin had previously played a Time Lord in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E7TheWarGames The War Games]]".


[[folder: David Banks' Doctor]]
--> Played by: David Banks

Creator/JonPertwee's understudy in the stage play ''[[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWhoTheUltimateAdventure The Ultimate Adventure]]''. Since Banks didn't want to "play Pertwee", as it were, he created a distinct persona and outfit for his Doctor. When Jon Pertwee fell ill in the middle of his first scene near the end of the play's long tour, Banks had to step in for two performances, and his Doctor has since been accepted into the ''Series/DoctorWho'' mythos as an alternate timeline incarnation.

* GreenAesop: Wore a big Greenpeace button.
* NiceHat: A classic adventurer's hat.
* TheOtherDarrin: Kind of. And since David Banks played a main villain, he himself had to be replaced by his own understudy when he stepped in as the Doctor.
* YouLookFamiliar: David Banks is otherwise most famous in ''Series/DoctorWho'' fandom for playing the Cyber-Leader throughout the classic stories.


[[folder: Nicholas Briggs' Doctor]]
--> Played by: Creator/NicholasBriggs

Creator/NicholasBriggs played the Doctor for four seasons in his FanWork AudioPlay series, the ''AudioPlay/DoctorWhoAudioVisuals''. He reached AscendedFanon status when he got featured prominently as a future regeneration in the ''Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine'' comics. To make things even more confusing, another character ([[Characters/DoctorWhoMagazine Shayde]]) then ''pretended'' to be him for an entirely unrelated ''Doctor Who Magazine'' StoryArc (which, in reality, was the magazine's way of testing if any new regeneration might catch on with the fans). He also briefly played the newly regenerated Doctor at the end of the stage version of ''The Dalek's Master Plan'' where his main role was the voice of the Daleks.

Because the Audio Visuals are not part of the Expanded Universe, only tropes from officially licensed stories appear here.

* ASpotOfTea: Extremely fond of it. Also wears a badge shaped like a teapot.
* AscendedFanon: Though not ascended all the way into the canon Franchise/{{Whoniverse}}, he became firmly established in the Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse.
* TheCameo: In the audio version of ''Seven Keys To Doomsday'', he appears at the beginning, regenerating into Trevor Martin's Doctor.
* IconicItem: Carried a toothbrush in his pocket, similar to Five's decorative vegetable.
* TheNthDoctor: He's introduced in the comics as a future regeneration, though it's unclear which number. This was before ''Series/DoctorWho'' was revived in 2005, so for a while, this was perfectly acceptable within the comics canon.
* YouLookFamiliar: Nowadays known as the ShowRunner of AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho and as the voice of the Daleks and the Cybermen (and pretty much everything else) in the TV series.


!Miscellaneous Expanded Universe Companions

[[folder: The Minister of Chance]]
--> Voiced by: Creator/StephenFry

A Time Lord, and [[RememberTheNewGuy never-before seen old ally]] of the Doctor, who appears in the webcast "Death Comes to Time". He got his own AudioPlay [[Podcast/TheMinisterOfChance spinoff]] (starring a few other ''Series/DoctorWho'' actors), albeit played by Julian Wadham and very explicitly not set in any ''Doctor Who'' continuity.

* AbortedArc: As noted below, he would have replaced the Doctor.
* DeadpanSnarker
--> '''Mook:''' What are those?
--> '''The Minister:''' Quantum dice. The sort of thing all the other children got to play with while you were being harshly potty-trained.
* [[spoiler:{{Depower}}ed]]: In the last episode, after he has [[spoiler:abused his powers for a RoaringRampageOfRevenge]].
* {{Expy}}: Of the Doctor.
* LargeHam: After [[spoiler:his companion is killed]], he gets ''very shouty''.
* RealityWarper: As are all Time Lords, in this continuity. But they're [[ForbiddenFruit not supposed ever to use their superpowers,]] because it destroys the fabric of the Universe.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original intention was that he would [[LegacyCharacter take over the Doctor's title at the end of the story]], after the Doctor proper was KilledOffForReal.

[[folder: Gareth Jenkins]]
-->Played by himself

A kid who wrote to ''Jim'll Fix It'' asking to appear on ''Doctor Who''. In the resulting story, "A Fix with Sontarans", he's pulled aboard the TARDIS by mistake, but when two Sontarans who stowed aboard the TARDIS in the hopes of blowing it up find him they mean to kill him in case he's the Gareth Jenkins who would hand the Sontarans their asses in 2001. Then Jimmy Savile bursts through the Fourth Wall (much to the dismay of the Doctor and Tegan, who evidently knew [[HarsherInHindsight what neither scriptwriter Eric Saward nor Baker and Fielding could have]] [[FauxAffablyEvil about]] [[DepravedKidsShowHost Savile]]).

* AllJustADream: The ''Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse'' went on to explain that it was all a surrealistic nightmare the Doctor had.
* AscendedFanboy
* AwesomenessByAnalysis[=/=]IKnowMortalKombat: He's seen so much of the show that he knows exactly which buttons to press to finish the Sontarans.
* NamesTheSame: Not the same Gareth Jenkins who works with the Creator/BigFinish productions. It is also not known if he is the Gareth Jenkins who defeats the Sontarans, but they aren't taking any chances.

[[folder: Jimmy (or Dave) Forbes]]
--> Played by: James Matthews (stage, 1974), Alistair Hudson (stage, 1984), Joe Thompson (Big Finish, 2008)

From the stage production ''Doctor Who and the Daleks in the Seven Keys to Doomsday'' and its Creator/BigFinish version, "Seven Keys To Doomsday".

* AgentScully
* AlternateContinuity
* TheDanza: Named after James Mathews, who played him in the original stage production. In later stage productions, he was called Dave, but reverted to Jimmy for the audio.
* FromBeyondTheFourthWall: He and Jenny are (supposedly) members of the audience, who answer the on-stage Doctor's call for help and are drawn into his world.
* JumpedAtTheCall

[[folder: Jenny Wilson]]
--> Played by: Wendy Padbury (stage, 1974), Theresa Milgate (stage, 1984), Charlie Hayes (Big Finish, 2008)

From the stage production ''Doctor Who and the Daleks in the Seven Keys to Doomsday'' and its Creator/BigFinish version, "Seven Keys To Doomsday".

* AlternateContinuity
* DressingAsTheEnemy: At one point, she ends up in a Dalek casing, complete with ring-modulated voice.
* FromBeyondTheFourthWall: As for Jimmy.
* JumpedAtTheCall
* RealLifeRelative: To herself, in a sense. In the audio version, she's played by Charlie Hayes -- Wendy Padbury's daughter.
* [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent Ordinary A-Level student]]
* PluckyGirl
* YouLookFamiliar: Played in the original stage production by Wendy Padbury ([[Characters/DoctorWhoClassicSeriesCompanions Zoe]]).