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My Dalek Has a Puncture
 

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By:Simon Fisher-Becker
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Editions:  UK (hardback) | UK (paperback)
Description:  Autobiography of actor Simon Fisher-Becker, best known to Doctor Who fans for playing recurring character Dorium Maldovar in series 5 and 6. First of a trilogy, followed by My Dalek Has Another Puncture and Let Zygons Be Zygons.

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Edition: UK (hardback)
Released:  October 2015 (Exact date unconfirmed)
Publisher:  Fantastic Books
ISBN:978-1-909163-80-5
Format: hardback
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Edition: UK (paperback)
Released:  October 2015
Publisher:  Fantastic Books
ISBN:978-1-909163-87-4
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A WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF SELF-DEPRECATING BUT INSPIRING ANECDOTES.

Not just an autobiography, ’My Dalek Has A Puncture’ is the first of a Trilogy following the hectic, hysterical and honest path taken by actor Simon Fisher-Becker, best known to Sci-Fi fans Worldwide as the bald, blue intergalactic back-marketeer Dorium Maldovar from the BBC’s hugely successful series Doctor Who.

Ideal for all aspiring performers particularly drama students and arts graduates, victims of bullying and those who feel frustrated and unhappy with their lot. This natural raconteur offers incite [sic] and advice well beyond that of ‘Pick yourself up, brush yourself down and start all over again.’


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