Christopher Eccleston has spoken about why he quit BBC’s Doctor Who after one series in a rare interview.
Christopher Eccleston rarely speaks about his role as The Doctor in Doctor Who – but he has finally spoken about the reason he left so early.
Christopher revealed to Radio 4’s Loose Ends that he left after he ‘clashed with bosses’.
He explained: “I don’t think it’s important that I left – I think it’s important that I did it in the first place. I’m still there – I was in David Tennant, I was in Matt Smith, I was in Peter Capaldi. I’m always there in spirit.”
“Myself and three individuals at the very top of the pyramid clashed so off I went,
“But they’re not here to say their side of it so I’m not going into detail.”