4 famous cameos in Doctors you missed from Killing Eve star to OBE recipient

Claire Foy

The Crown actress Claire Foy appeared in Doctors in 2007 after graduating from the Oxford School of Drama at the age of 23.

She starred as Chloe Webster before going on to star in Netflix hit The Crown as a young Queen Elizabeth II for which she won an Emmy and Golden Globe Award.

Claire has been praised for her performances in several dramas and films over the years.

She’s also appeared in Wolf Hall, White Heat, and A Very British Scandal.

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Eddie Redmayne

OBE recipient Eddie Redmayne portrayed Rob Huntley in Doctors, a trouble student, for just one episode in 2003 at the age of 21.

He soon took the leap from television to the silver screen winning countless awards.

He is most recognised for his roles in the Danish Girl and The Theory of Everything, for which he won an Academy Award for Best Actor.

Eddie also landed the leading role in the Fantastic Beast film series.

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge

She is best known for her dark comedy series Fleabag and Killing Eve but Phoebe started out in Doctors.

Phoebe appeared in a minor TV role as Katie Burbridge in 2009.

It wasn’t long before she became an award-winning actress, picking up Primetime Emmy awards, Two Golden Globes, and a British Academy Television Award.

Most recently Phoebe contributed to the screenplay of the James Bond film No Time To Die, making her the second woman to have ever been given writing credit for a Bond film.

Tom Ellis

Before he landed the lead in Netflix hit Lucifer, Tom appeared in Doctors in 2005 in the role of Ricky Adams.

From there, he went on to play Dr Oliver Cousins and the long-running role in the BBC comedy Miranda, as her love interest.

He also appeared in Merlin, Holby City, and The Flash before building up a fan base through the Netflix drama.

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