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Updated daily with the latest news, appearance announcements and plenty of photos...
Peter Davison's own Vimeo and Twitter accounts:

Vimeo: Peter Davison

Twitter: @PeterDavison5     Note: Peter's account is active; however, he is taking a hiatus from tweeting for the forseeable future.

Some personal insights from Peter:

Peter reflects being on "This Is Your Life"

Peter Davison: This Is Your Life (1982)

Audio Adventures of the Fifth Doctor starring Peter Davison

Big Finish Fifth Doctor Adventures



Peter Davison Agents

Actors booking agency for Acting:

* Professional inquiries only *

Conway van Gelder Grant Ltd
Third Floor
8/12 Broadwick Street
London
W1F 8HW
UK

http://www.conwayvangeldergrant.com

Agent John Grant
Actors booking agency for Voice Artists:

* Professional inquiries only *

Bespoke Voice Agency
Third Floor
8/12 Broadwick Street
London
W1F 8HW
UK

http://www.bespokevoiceagency.co.uk
Fan Mail , Autograph and Charitable Requests

Please direct your fan mail via post, sent to:

Peter Davison - FAN MAIL
c/o Conway van Gelder Grant Ltd

Third Floor
8/12 Broadwick Street
London
W1F 8HW
UK

Please include a Stamped, Self-Addressed Envelope with the correct postage if you are requesting an autograph. If outside the UK, you can get rates and order UK postage via the official Royal Mail website.

Please do not include money or valuables as the agency cannot accept responsibility for items damaged or lost in the post.

The agency cannot forward or reply to email requests.

Please note that Conway van Gelder Grant does not personally deal with this mail and therefore cannot track your mail, guarantee a reply or follow up on your behalf.
Actors and artists booking agency for Conventions, Events and Personal Appearances:

* Professional inquiries only *
(No fan services)

Alliance Agents
www.theallianceagents.com
Email: theallianceagents@gmail.com
On Facebook: @allianceagents
On Twitter: twitter.com/AllianceAgents

Note from Alliance Agents: Could we please ask that if you wish to contact us that you use our email theallianceagents@gmail.com rather than sending Facebook messages. Also we do not offer any autograph mailing facilities.
Actors and artists booking agency for Conventions, Events and Personal Appearances:

* Professional inquiries only *

(Autographed photos for sale in site shop)

Galactic Productions
GalacticProductionsEvents.com
Email: Zach@GalacticProductionsLLC.com
On Facebook: @GalacticProds
Actors booking agency for
Presenters, Award Hosts, TV Experts, and Personal Appearances

*Corporate inquiries only *
(No fan services)

Prime Performers Speakers Agency
www.primeperformersagency.co.uk/



Some favorite interviews and panels with excellent Q&A:

1998 Wine and Dine Interview

2014 Comicpalooza: Peter Davison Q&A

2014 Comicpalooza: Four Doctors Q&A Panel

2015 The Actors Studio Flat Interview

BBC Wales interview with Aled Jones
*Recorded Nov. 2015, aired June 2016

2016 FanX16 Peter Davison Q&A

2016 FanX16 Doctor Who Ultimate Xperience Panel

2016 Herald Scotland - Mark Smith meets Peter Davison

2016 Herald Scotland - There is No Life After Doctor Who

2016 PD Panel at Time Eddy II

And just because they're fun...

Top of the Pops - Dave Clark 5 1970 "Everybody Get Together" - Peter's first tv appearance at 3:15

'Tea Bar' 1972 British Army Recruitment Commercial

OFFICER McKIRK
Music & lyrics by Peter Moffett (Peter Davison)

1986 DixieTrek: Peter Davison singing "Officer McKirk"


In the first year of his service
Young Officer McKirk
Proved the police chiefs wrong again
When he tided up New York.

He brought in ninety-nine murderers
And sixty-five robbers, ten rapists.
You’ll agree, that that ain’t bad
For a raw recruit
Wwho was stuck on desk duty.

Oh, Officer McKirk, you are the greatest man alive.
I do declare. I do declare.
And I do believe I’ll learn to love you yet.

Well, you may recall the other year
The riots they had down town.
Well, I won’t bother you with any facts;
I’ll just tell you McKirk was around.
And that up to that time in his years on the force
He had shot down ninety men,
But there with some luck and a loaded gun,
He made it a hundred and ten.

Oh, Officer McKirk, you are the greatest man alive.
I do declare. I do declare.
And I do believe I’ll learn to love you yet.

In the friendly copper wars of forty-nine
McKirk came top of the list,
When just by chance some fellow asked him
If he had ever had to use his fists.
Well, he sat for a while, and he thought for a bit,
Then smiled and said, “Just one.
And that was when giving a tourist a direction,
I used every bullet in my gun.”

Oh, Officer McKirk, you are the greatest man alive.
I do declare. I do declare.
And I do believe I’ll learn to love you yet.

In ’fifty-one McKirk he won
A medal for bravery.
In the face of a dangerous unarmed man,
McKirk stood for the free.
He said, “Make one move and I’ll fire my gun”,
And he meant just what he said.
‘Cause the guy had to breathe,
And sure enough when he did,
McKirk shot him dead.

Oh, Officer McKirk, you are the greatest man alive.
I do declare. I do declare.
And I do believe I’ll learn to love you yet.

Well, it just so happened
McKirk had a friend,
The murdering gangster sort.
And as you can imagine he wasn’t too pleased,
When this fellow was taken to court.
And he strolled into the jury room;
No one knows what he did in there.
But the way it worked out
Was the fellow went free,
And the judge was given the chair.

Oh, Officer McKirk, you are the greatest man alive.
I do declare. I do declare.
And I do believe I’ll learn to love you yet.

And there’s this tale that I heard tell
When Office McKirk
Saw a pool of blood on the ground below,
And in the middle there lay some jerk,
Crying “ ‘fore I die I need to phone my wife.
Do you think you could lend me a dime?”
Well, McKirk said, “I would,
But you owe me ten bucks
For a fouling up the sidewalk fine.”

Oh, Officer McKirk, you are the greatest man alive.
I do declare. I do declare.
And I do believe I’ll learn to love you yet.

Now I wouldn’t’ve said in my wildest dreams
That McKirk was a violent man.
Everybody that he didn’t like
He ended up shooting down.
And whenever McKirk was called to a crime,
You could bet your very last buck,
That they wouldn’t bother with the prisoners van.
Send straight for the mortuary truck.

Oh, Officer McKirk, you are the greatest man alive.
I do declare. I do declare.
And I do believe I’ll learn to love you yet.

Now the time has come for me to relate
How poor McKirk he met his fate
While wounded by some evil guy,
And everybody thought that he would die.
But he got better and he danced and he sang,
And he caused the same old fuss,
And he strolled out of those hospital gates,
Got run down by a bus.

Oh, Officer McKirk, you are the greatest man alive.
I do declare. I do declare.
And I do believe I’ll learn to love you yet.

Well, you might have thought that would be the end
Of McKirk’s notorious reign.
But you’d’ve been wrong ‘cause he went down below,
And started all over again.
He brought in ninety-nine werewolves and sixty-five witches
And a horny lookin’ fellow painted red.
And seeing as they don’t have guns down there,
He carries a fork instead.


Young Peter Moffett wrote "Officer McKirk" (before he regenerated into his acting career as Peter Davison). It became his first recorded song, recorded by the Dave Clark Five on the 1972 album "Dave Clark & Friends". Fourteen years later in 1986, Peter revisited the song at the Dixie Trek convention in a far more entertaining presentation. (link above) Lyrics transcribed by Mary Ellen Daugherty.


2013 Dragoncon: Peter Davison guitar and Sylvester McCoy on spoons in an impromptu duet

2015 Peter Davison reacting to Ben Foster's Next(ish) Doctorvideo

2015 Taxi for Peter - Peter's response to Ben's video

2016 All Star Mr & Mrs
* UK Game Show with Peter and Elizabeth. Their bio section is priceless.



Great reference sites:

International Movie Data Base (IMDB): Peter Davison

Wikipedia: Peter Davison

Doctor Who Actor Appearances


Updated 18 Jan 2019
     
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