Most recently we have seen her on TV as the mysterious eyepatch lady, later named as Madame Kovarian in Doctor Who, but Frances Barber also has many other television credits to her name and has a varied theatre career. I had the pleasure of interviewing her at the October Entertainment Media Show and asked her a few questions about life on the set of Doctor Who and what she thought of people dressing as her character.
You have a lot of experience in Television film and theatre, which do you like the best and why?
It’s always an impossible question to answer to be honest. I love all three, I really love all three! And depending what it is that I’m doing at that particular time, I end up just becoming engrossed and enthused by, you know if it was for example Doctor Who I was completely engrossed and enthused with that, but then if I haven’t been in the theatre for a couple of years I do kind of itch to get back and do some theatre work, because I love it.
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Reblog because @francesbarber13 is fantastic and Madame Kovarian both scared the hell out of me and represented a very morally ambiguous area in Doctor Who, for numerous reasons. THIS WAS FANTASTIC.