The imaginary world of Doctor Who, created through more than 5 decades by numerous talented writers, producers, designers and actors, not to mention The Doctor himself played by Tom for 7 years, has entertained millions of people, and in some cases helped them tackle this confusing world and make something of their lives.

Over 4,000 people have written in Tom’s guestbook since his first website went online in 2009, many of them telling inspiring personal stories of the importance of Doctor Who in their lives and Tom greatly appreciates them. Messages left on Tom’s previous website have not been deleted but safely archived. Messages on this website are stored on its database and email addresses provided will never be divulged to another party.

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1559 entries.
John P Inloes from Van Nuys wrote on November 14, 2018 at 5:51 am:
I know that it is shocking, but even though I am a big Doctor Who fan, I have never seen a Fourth Doctor episode. In fact, my major exposure to your acting is Little Britain! However, that doesn't mean that I haven't read or seen your many interviews over the years, and am quite taken with you as a human being!

My hope is that I can experience your work as an artist first, and as the Fourth Doctor second, so that I can understand fully what you brought (and still bring) to the role. I look forward to navigating the site to find these roles you have given life to, and then circling back to the Doctor.

I know you don't answer questions, but if anyone can guide me to Tom's favourite role, it would be smashing!
Rollo from Newcastle, Australia wrote on November 14, 2018 at 3:04 am:
Dear Tom, I'm not sure you know who Stan Lee is but he was a comic guy (ie comic book writer/illustrator) who was much loved and has just passed away and is much missed by the comic book community, you being in the twilight of your life are just as much loved by me and the doctor who community, no I have never met you, I have 4 autographs by you and more importantly great memories of you, liz and Phil Hinch's work together, I have just read that you have done a ton more audios for "Big Finish" and for that I'll be forever grateful and before "I Pop my Clogs" let me just say again thanks for you being You. Love and hugs Rollo xx
Brian Calnan from Crawley wrote on November 6, 2018 at 1:44 pm:
As with so many other I would like to say thank you for not only the Joy that you have brought me through the years but on behalf of my children who have in turn grown up watching The Definitive Doctor.

You have touched the hearts and minds of so many.

BRAVO and Thank you.
Jake Constantine from Addlestone, Surrey wrote on October 28, 2018 at 2:42 pm:
You were my dad's doctor when he was growing up and he did and still does delight in rewatching your adventures with me. Your eccentricity and wit, as well as your good-naturedness and warmth, have made you something of a role-model of character for us both to aspire to.

For this i cannot thank you enough

I what form of media it may be, please continue doing this for others as you have for us

All the best,

leetrevena wrote on October 28, 2018 at 11:20 am:
Hi Tom,

You are my favorite Doctor Who ever!
Thank you for being a huge part of my childhood.

Lee 🙂
Logan Wylde from wolverhampton wrote on October 25, 2018 at 3:48 pm:
i have always been a huge fan of doctor who and always into acting but i could never find a character i liked to ply until started pretending to be your version of the doctor and i loved doing that! and after that i realised that, acting is just pretending for an audience and that mad me get so much more passionate about acting and i found it so much fun all the time
Shannon from Owings Mills, MD, USA wrote on October 16, 2018 at 2:34 pm:
You are THE doctor! I just bought the blu ray edition of the first season. It's great to relive the time I spent watching you on Chicago Public TV. At the time I was in a very challenging graduate school program- Dr Who (and you) let me get away for a while from the stress. Thank you so much!
Lucy La Hurreau from Hamilton wrote on October 13, 2018 at 8:06 pm:
Thank you for being. I have watched the Doctor and many of the other programs you've acted in and enjoyed it. I think, next to Dr. Who, one of my favorite characters was the curmudgeon, Donald McDonald, on Monarch of the Glen.

I get excited seeing you as the caretaker now that the NuWho have arrived, but still watch the Classic Who because you and your fellow actors made it so great.

Thank you. I've a feeling you will never see this, but again, Thank you!!
Dwayne nash from Perth wrote on October 13, 2018 at 7:49 am:
Hi Tom

In 1988 when i was 12 you called into my grandparents house Reg Harris and Carrol Harris in Graftygreen after meeting my mum at the pub and gave me a sonic screwdriver and have been trying to find out more about it sorry to ask but i cant find out any info on it anywhere but as my grandparents have passed away its hard for me to get any info as i live in Australia now hope to hear from you.

Kind regards
Dwayne Nash
Rev. Dr. Eric J Kregel from Edmonton Canada wrote on October 13, 2018 at 12:22 am:
Mr. Baker, When I was a boy growing up in the US, I stumbled upon Doctor Who quite by accident on KTEH in San Jose. My brother and father could not make sense of the show (It was "Ark in Space"). Who was the main character? The hero? We had, alas, American sensibilities of a hero being a chiseled chin, knuckle dragger and not someone who had wit. Yet it was you in brought us into the world of Who. You were my first Doctor and will alway be My Doctor. You taught, back then, an awkward boy the power of wild goodness, standing out from the crowd for the purpose of doing what was right, and the power of being clever. Thank you! I have followed your career since then (especially in regards to Big Finish) and I am delighted by what you continue to bring with every new role (For example, my daughter had read "Treasure Island" and has enjoyed your BF performance). I would like to say, "Thank you for being awesome!" However, I'd just be brief: thank you for being Tom. The world needs Tom Baker.
Debra Ellingsworth from Middletown wrote on October 8, 2018 at 12:15 am:
Thank you for showing me the stars, Mr were my first Doctor and the one responsible for my obsession...been watching since 1977 at the age of all my Doctors but you never forget your first...wish I could tell you this in person and give you the biggest hug...blessed be, my Doctor...and again thanks from the bottom of my heart for starting this adventure...

With love and gratitude,

Debra Ellingsworth
gregor from fresh meadows wrote on October 7, 2018 at 6:18 pm:
you were the best doctor who and in winter i use a scarf 18+ feet long multi colors my mom made it for me
Bryan L. W. Draper from College Park wrote on October 7, 2018 at 5:34 pm:
Can't wait for the new Doctor, Jodie W. But Tom Baker will always be my fav! Just saw The Day of the Doctor & so happy to see Tom at the end, his wonderful voice & wit, brings me tears & fond memories of watching Tom during my high school years! Just think, dear Tom, there's female Doctor! And when the Universe needs powerful women!
Marc Chicoria from HOUSTON wrote on October 7, 2018 at 5:19 pm:
The best Doctor ever!! My Doctor, that I grew up with. All the best Doctor, your loyal fan
David Addington from Wildwood Florida wrote on October 6, 2018 at 3:00 pm:
Greetings and salutations from sunny Florida. Just wanted you to know you were by far the best Doctor of all. I rember the first time I saw Doctor Who on PBS in 1981. I was hooked from the get go. Hope you are doing well and know you will always be The Doctor to me (though David Tennant is a close second).


David Addington
Barbara P Schildknecht from Mahtomedi MN USA wrote on October 5, 2018 at 12:23 pm:
Thanks so much for all the years of laughter, smiles and a bit of seriousness! I wish all of this and more back to you!
Christina Butts from Des Moines wrote on October 3, 2018 at 11:44 pm:
Why did it take me this long to find your website and post my lifelong love admiration for you thru Dr. Who and thinking of you as the neatest person & actor one of the coolest best?

Maybe because I'm an older settled WOC and have more time through the internet to actually find and contact directly people/performers who've I've admired for ages but never felt the urge to join fandom groups or sites, nor had $ or ability to see/meet.

Anyway, I was a Pertwee fan who wholly fell for you & your personification of Dr.Who as I was 10-16yo during your reign 76-82?, and I wore long scarves and silly hats in mimic and honoring. I love your laugh, smile and mischievous grins and eyes. When I visited England in '84 I stopped by a Dr.Who shop and STILL have the pen/pencil coin box mini tin PoliceBox with your image as the Dr. painted on one side. Karma blessings, from a fellow Aquarian, with you struck a nerve of fun, joy.

Christina M. Butts
Des Moines, Iowa, USA
Allen Paul King from GOODYEAR wrote on October 3, 2018 at 4:24 am:
I stumbled across this site quite by accident and how delighted I am that perhaps Tom may read this entry. I started watching Dr Who in the very late 1970's when I was out of the US Army. Of course it was Tom Baker and I watched ever episode for years until it fell off of the local public TV sometime in the 1980's. I was thrilled when the new Dr Who came out in the 21st Century but it just was not the same. I realized just like Captain Kirk or Spock, Darth Vader or Hans Solo, you simply can not replace the best Dr there was. You set the bar, you made the part, you are and always will be Dr Who to millions of us.
Phil Allen from phoenix wrote on October 2, 2018 at 11:41 pm:
Maybe it's the "red balloon" syndrome (just hatched fixes on first thing sees as "mother"), but Tom Baker will always be Dr. Who to me. However, am glad that a woman is now being cast.
Carl Innes from Kitchener ontario wrote on September 28, 2018 at 4:43 am:
Hi Tom,
I just wanted to say thank you for being a fun part of my childhood. I've been suffering from PTSD for the last twenty years or so and have found that one of the many problems associated with the disorder is the loss of good memories. My current therapist encouraged me to make a list of the happy elements of my life and in doing so try to enjoy them again. Hence my writing you. Your portrayal of the good Doctor was incredible. Hiding behind the sofa with my brother during the scary bits was wonderful. I thank you. Hope life is treating you well.
Jane Alsop from Wolverhampton wrote on September 26, 2018 at 7:14 pm:
Hi Tom. I worked with you many years ago at The Westminster Theatre. I was ASM on An Inspector Calls. At that time you were reading Conrad and we had lots of discussions about 19th century literature. You encouraged me to go back into learning and inspired me to an OU degree in English literature. It changed my life. I teach English and love my job. Thank you for your inspiration. Jane Alsop (was Frost) x
Kathy Schultz from San Diego, California wrote on September 24, 2018 at 7:39 pm:
Just pausing a moment to say thank you for all of the body of work that you have accomplished. I have seen a great deal of it and am reminded of a person who embodies both the idea of a Renaissance noble and a Picasso, who has been brave enough to share his talents with the rest of us. Thank You.
Derek Roberts from Orlando, FL wrote on September 24, 2018 at 7:24 pm:
Dear Mr. Baker,

About some time last month I bought the Blu-Ray Disc put out of your first season as the Doctor and I must say I was fairly pleased with the picture quality and all the bonus content including my favorite aside from your interview of course is the Behind the Sofa when you watch all theses episodes with Phillip Hinchcliffe and Elizabeth Sladens daughter Sadie Miller. It was a joy to see your reactions and also that you remember a lot about the production and actors and actresses you were onscreen with. Hopefully they may do more seasons of your series on Blu-Ray Disc. Have a blessed day and hopefully I can meet you if you ever come to Orlando, Fl or the USA for a sci=fi convention because I'd love to have your autographs and the DVD's and Blu-Ray copies of some of your episodes I have copies of.
Svetlana from Adelaide wrote on September 24, 2018 at 7:59 am:
Hola, O bright and sunny one!

Seeing as it is springtime around here and most people are in winter hibernation mode, re-watching your episodes is a welcome chance of seeing non-black clothing around 🙂

The kids (who're watching it all for the first time) are just as happy to see you as I am, at times rolling down to the floor with laughter. "Doctor, you're too late. - I can't be!", indeed. Never too late, you are...
David Holman from Tenterden wrote on September 20, 2018 at 1:42 pm:
Hi Tom
So nice that you took some of time to talk to me about our dogs outside Waitrose, the other day. My wife and I think Poppy is also adorable having seen the pictures on your website.
I am writer and I really couldn’t get any work done on my new novel when I got back home having been spotted talking to you by friends. So, you can guess the Facebook traffic afterwards.
Gregory Lane from Plano wrote on September 12, 2018 at 6:38 am:
I would Love to sit and have a drink with you someday. You provided such a wonder journey for us all and to meet the man himself would make me feel like I was a part of your ( the Doctors ) many stops. I became an actor 4 yrs ago and have been in a bunch of things myself ( Alita Battle Angel out Dec18 is the biggest so far ) but, I'd love to do a skit you you too.
Jeff from Rye wrote on September 11, 2018 at 7:19 pm:
I had my Dr Who monster book signed by Tom in Dartford WHS 1975 at a guess. I often see Tom in our local supermarket and would love to say hello but have not yet had the courage.
Tom, Pyramids of Mars is as great now as back in 1975!
Alison Fairclough from Wallace, Victoria, Australia wrote on September 9, 2018 at 1:53 am:
Dearest Mr Baker,

I just want to say a huge thank you for being my first doctor. I had hoped one day to be able to meet you but alas while I was growing up in England I was still far too shy to attend conventions.

However, you were instrumental in me finding a soulmate through the power of Doctor Who who took me to Australia and helped bring out my confidence so that I have since managed to go out and meet like minded people in the world of sci fi, and especially doctor who.
In fact it's because of actors like yourself I have dared to dream and some of these dreams have actually come true.
You were one of my very first inspirations and for that I will always be very grateful.

I am currently working on a cross stitch of yourself. If I get chance I would love to be able to send it out to you to take a look at at and I will gladly pay postage to and from the UK. Or maybe I could send you a photo of the finished product if that would be ok to autograph.

By the way, I thoroughly enjoyed your recent interviews on your newly release box set of your very first season of Doctor Who.

I wish you all the best Mr Baker and again, many many thanks for making my childhood great.

Richard from Wollongong nsw australia wrote on September 6, 2018 at 10:22 am:
Dear tom thank you for making my child hood a world of wonder and amazement watching you on tv as doctor who in england as a child, has always stuck with me, my entire life, the memory of being so scared and on the edge of my seat, then waiting for the next episode, through acting you have made so many life richer.
Thank you mate.
Michael Dalton from Rocklin wrote on September 4, 2018 at 5:06 am:
Love you Tom! When I was a little boy, my grandmother and I would watch Dr. Who reruns at night here in America. This is one of my fondest memories and I just want to thank you for all the work you put into being the Doctor.