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Let Zygons Be Zygons
 

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By:Simon Fisher-Becker
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Released:  November 2021
Publisher:  Fantastic Books
ISBN:978-1-914060-17-5
Format: paperback
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Description:  Autobiography of actor Simon Fisher-Becker, best known to Doctor Who fans for playing recurring character Dorium Maldovar in series 5 and 6. Last of a trilogy, preceded by My Dalek Has a Puncture and My Dalek Has Another Puncture.

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AN HONEST, FUNNY AND INSPIRING ACCOUNT OF SIMON’S LIFE AFTER DOCTOR WHO.

Simon Fisher-Becker is a natural raconteur who has performed his one-man show to captivated audiences worldwide. It was out of these shows that his autobiographical trilogy was born.

Let Zygons Be Zygons charts the ups and downs of a long career with brutal honesty, delving into the dark side of life as well as the rewards of becoming known to sci-fi fans worldwide as Doctor Who’s bright blue Dorium Maldovar, intergalactic black marketeer.

In this final volume, he talks about his unexpected role of Agony Uncle to people who recognise their own experiences in the problems that he talks about openly. Simon is clear; he never gives advice, just makes suggestions, believing in the importance of allowing people to make their own decisions and take responsibility for their actions.

There were those, familiar with the darker corners on which Simon intended to shine a light, who advised him not to write the book. But he did, and this is it, full, frank and bearing his trademark honesty. In Simon’s own words, writing these books has been, “Cathartic, to say the least!”


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