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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Shawn Eidemiller from Kettering,Ohio wrote on April 23, 2017 at 12:21 am:
To say that you shaped who I am would be an understatement. You're the Doctor I grew up with and the distractions I needed at that time in my life.

Coming across Doctor Who on PBS when I was a child opened my eyes to the wonderful world of Science Fiction and I just wanted to come by here and say thank you for being an amazing influence in my life and showing me who I wanted to be like.

I didn't have a father who I could look up to.. but you filled that role with the wonderful stories that screened growing up.

Thank you so much.
Sean Curtin from Brisbane, Australia wrote on April 22, 2017 at 3:18 pm:
Dear Mr Baker,
Thank you so much for continuing the greatest of all the Dr Who stories with your terrific work at Big Finish Audio, I eagerly await each and every new installment and am forever thankful.

You are and always will be my favourite of all the Dr's (Yes, even more than Patrick Troughton) and my hero.

I've also enjoyed your roles in other productions such as Little Britain, Monarch of the Glen etc. Your work on Big Finish's production of Treasure Island was terrific by the way.

Finally I've purchased some of your special autographed portraits and your calendar and just wanted thank you for offering such a special gift. Your worth every penny so many times over.

Your long time fan,
Sean A. Curtin
JASON from Benton, Arkansas USA wrote on April 15, 2017 at 9:23 pm:
Mr. Baker,

I just wanted to send a quick message to you and let you know that you, and you alone, made me a Dr. Who fan. As a child, I'd watch you on PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) here in America, before we had BBC-America. I'd tune in each Saturday to see your episodes.

My favorite ones were when K-9 made an appearance and helped you accomplish your goals. I'd be honored to share a jelly baby with you, sir. God bless you and keep you.

You have been, are and shall always be..."my" Doctor.
Anthony Bennett from Fayetteville wrote on April 14, 2017 at 2:53 am:
The very first time I watched Dr Who was in London in 1979 while deployed there with the Army. I've been a Dr Who fan ever since right up to today, I've always considered YOU the "best Dr.) Needless to say I was absolutely DELIGHTED to see you again in "Day of the Doctor" I'd just like to offer my heartfelt thanks for the many many episodes that you and K9 gave us over the years. You sir are still my favorite Dr.! Cheers from Fayetteville NC.
John Trasti from Apex NC wrote on April 14, 2017 at 1:31 am:
Looking forward to tomorrow's Doctor Who, at my desk at work I have your signed photo I bid on, back in the 70's, upstairs BW TV stayed up late to watch Doctor Who on PBS, anyway posible to send me an email, even if it just says "run"?
Katina Mcguirk from Troy wrote on April 14, 2017 at 1:19 am:
Mr. Baker,
You are by far my favorite Dr. I used to watch you at my nanny's house on PBS in the USA. When I think of Dr. Who, I think of you and your scarf.
I also enjoyed your character on Black Adder II and Little Britain.
I'm so happy to have found your website and I will be watching as many of your movies/shows as possible.
Thank you for being my first exposure to British television.
Much appreciation and adoration,
Katina McGuirk
Ronnie Baldwin from Skipperville, Alabama wrote on April 13, 2017 at 9:33 pm:
Mr. Baker, I will turn 65 in 2 days. I first began watching Dr. Who on Alabama Public Television in the early 70s. I will never forget when I saw your first performance in Robot. I so looked forward every week for Dr. Who to come on. I had taped many episodes, but forgot to break the tab that would make the tapes so they could not be recorded over. Alas, my wife taped over many of them for shows our kids wanted to save. At least I have been able to purchase CDs of many of your shows. I am looking forward to 8:00 tonight. BBC America has Dr. Who on most of this week. The Day of the Doctor is coming on tonight. I will never forget the first time I saw it. I knew your voice immediately. Tears actually came to my eyes when I saw you at the end of that episode. Most likely, it will happen again tonight. Thanks for all of the memories I have of your performances as Dr. Who. Number 4 has always been, and shall ever be, my number 1.
Domi from Helsinki wrote on April 12, 2017 at 2:52 pm:
I just wanted to say that I have just seen the 1984 hound of the Baskervilles and your acting was wonderful. For me you give life to Holmes. making him a very real person. It was wonderful to watch you and I thank you for it.
Keep well and be safe
James Smith from Crowboruough-East Sussex wrote on April 12, 2017 at 8:29 am:
Dear Mr.Baker,
I just wanted to say that when I lost interest in Doctor Who when Matt Smith came on, and when I started getting into Doctor Who again. Starting with Patrick Troughton, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy, which were then followed by William Hartnell and Jon Pertwee. Then I came to finally watch your first episode Robot and I was completely captivated by your character and found you to be someone of a joy to watch constantly, at the time I wasn't having such a good life, my grades weren't so great along with being torturously bullied by other students and teachers, but seeing you on Doctor Who made me feel all the more better and happy, giving me the escape I wanted. But giving me the hope that in future things will be better in life. Living peacefully and having a bag of jelly babies.
Thank you for all you have done and I wish you the best.
Yours sincerely,
James Smith
April Welch from Chicago wrote on April 12, 2017 at 2:04 am:
Dear Mr. Baker,
Thank you for giving us a way to send our love and appreciation to you! You created timeless, wonderful, adventures for the world to enjoy. When I was a little girl I would sneak to the TV on Sunday nights to enjoy your adventures. In Chicago your episodes were the ones that first got me hooked! You helped me think more broadly about our understanding of time and space in this physical world. Your big booming voice and bright eyes and wonderful accent became a formative part of my growth. I enjoyed using the power of my imagination to envision the scenarios you were in in a grand way. (Whenever anyone complains about the special effects, I feel sorry for them as they missed the opportunity to dream) I truly thank you and the writers for making something magical! Kindest Regards April Welch
lily connors from swansea wrote on April 9, 2017 at 3:35 pm:
Hello Mr baker, my name is lily and I am 13 years old, I have been waiting for 8 years to meet you but my dad is too ill to travel sometimes, I have just got into the Guinness world records for the most Dr who memorabilia of all time with 6,641 items I hope one day to come and talk to you about your time as the doctor you are me and my dads most favorite I love how you used jelly babies as your gimmick it was really clever.when ever my dad is feeling rough we watch your classic d.v.ds together it makes my dad happy and I enjoy every episode, I think you are in London sometime in the next few months I hope me and my dad can make it, so I can get to have your autograph and a story to add to my collection, thank you for giving us an amazing doctor who is loved forever my dad said not to do links but if you google lily Connors Dr who or even f.b worlds biggest doctor who fan you can see me with my record, hope we see you soon Mr baker love always lily connors
Derrick Gordon from Hillsborough wrote on April 3, 2017 at 7:58 am:
Mr. Baker,
I am a newer Doctor Who fan. I wasn't even born when you had your run in the show. Within the past few years, I've gotten out of the military and I've started living a "normal" life. Everyday I'd work hard to fit in, get along with others and not seem so out if place in the world. I'm 34 and just now catching on to these things puts me slightly behind the curve for a lot of life's lessons. I've watched Doctor Who front ways and back ways and it was you're run that taught me this: No one has to fit in. So now, instead of hiding my unique perspective, social awkwardness, and intense nature, I embrace it. Thank you.
Mark Levy from Overland Park, KS USA wrote on April 2, 2017 at 1:58 am:
Dear Mr. Baker,

You were The Doctor when I first discovered Dr. Who, and ever since, you've been "my" doctor. It never occurred to me that I'd find your web site to be able to thank you for all the joy and entertainment you've given me over the years.

And I can't begin to tell you how overjoyed I felt when I saw "The Curator" in "The Day of the Doctor." I still get shivers down my spine every time I've seen that episode, even after my first viewing.

Thank you again, and I wish you and yours all the best.


Mark Levy
TRACY from WOLVERHAMPTON wrote on March 31, 2017 at 11:06 pm:
Happy wedding anniversary Tom and sue. Your a special couple have a tomtastic day.lots of love and hugs from tracy xx
Adam from Boston UK wrote on March 31, 2017 at 8:29 am:
as others have said you are my DR. although at 5 I was almost as scared of your stare as I was of the monsters.

my son Alex is 8 and hes watching all your episodes from the beginning.
Lynsey from Lake city wrote on March 29, 2017 at 1:08 am:
Hello from across the pond! I was born 1978 (and being from the U.S) I didn't discover dr. Who until later on late night runs on my local PBS station and I was hooked. Even though there were dr.s after you, you have always remained my favorite. All who have come to pass and those in a future past you will still be my doctor. Thank you for providing me (and countless others) a shining light of joy even now. I have every single episode you've ever done save two. And my delight at finding this page (and I love the pic's of all your cats, I have 5 myself!) I will enjoy it most thoroughly. Thank you again, your sincere fan.
Simon smalley from Watford wrote on March 28, 2017 at 8:10 pm:
Hello tom mahogany here fan you met in the graveyard. It was good to see you on saturday we have such a laugh.Thanks for being my friend.

P.s I didn't write W##### on gravestone.
Mel from Tonbridge wrote on March 25, 2017 at 9:01 pm:
Dear Tom!

Good boo!

I don't make a habit of messaging celebrities. However, I just wanted to express thanks for all the fun and laughter you've provided in your long career. A few years ago my late sister recognised you in a local shop and asked if you would mind recording a message on my phone as she knew I was a big fan. You kindly agreed and I was so thrilled when I got the message later. I can't imagine many celebrities would be so kind.
Wishing you many years of health and happiness Tom.
Simon Lord from London wrote on March 25, 2017 at 6:16 pm:
Met Tom today at Westminster Hall. He kindly signed a photo and my DR Who scarf which sadly didn't work on the wool material, my fault not his, so he kindly signed another pic and wore my scarf in a picture with me. Made my day, and I was 4 again for his first Dr Who appearance. Lovely warm hearted and genuinely kind man. What a smile, what expressive eyes and that voice. A true legend in my eyes and always will be. His books are awesome too, fantastic storyteller and very witty. Tom is a class act and has set the bar high amongst celebrities. Well that's good old working class roots for ya, like myself.
Tracy from WOLVERHAMPTON wrote on March 25, 2017 at 4:46 pm:
While I'm waiting for my train home Tom I want to say a huge thank you for today meeting you for the 24th time on the 25th of March you have yet again made my day / year it was a pleasure to see you sir.enjoy your wine and I hope your journey home was a good one. I have had a tomtastic afternoon take care Tom lots of love and hugs. Love to sue poppy and the cats xxx
Linus Ruth from Seattle wrote on March 22, 2017 at 6:47 am:
Thanks for all the Sunday mornings you lit up my TV as a kid. You were a far more effective and memorable teacher of positive virtues than the preachers I listened to on other Sunday mornings. You've cast a long shadow, Tom!

Cecilia Spears from Bonifay wrote on March 22, 2017 at 1:41 am:
Hello. I just want to tell you thank you. You were the best of my childhood. You broadened my thinking and made me adventurous. God bless you always!
Virgil M from Tampa wrote on March 21, 2017 at 10:01 pm:
Dear Tom, Thank you for being the best. You will always be my Doctor. 🙂
Jack Gumbley from Redditch wrote on March 20, 2017 at 8:15 pm:
Hi Tom looking forward to seeing you on Saturday 25th March at the London film convention.

Your role as the doctor was the best.Especially the four part story "The Robots of Death".

King Regards

Thomas wrote on March 20, 2017 at 6:54 pm:
dear tom i love your doctor just wanted thank you for being a lovely man
Marty Ernst from Loganville wrote on March 19, 2017 at 7:07 pm:
Hello! I very much enjoyed your role as the Dr! You were awesome Dr!!
Tracy from Wolverhampton wrote on March 19, 2017 at 4:19 pm:
Hi Tom hope your well. Looking forward to seeing you at the London film convention on the 25th of March. Takecare and love to you. Sue. Poppy and the cats xxx
Frances Schultz from Adelaide wrote on March 19, 2017 at 11:41 am:
Hello from Australia big fan missing you so much I watch some of my favourites on you tube, love the hat and scarf they are now iconic. I am sorry about Elizabeth Sladen you really great together so live your life to the fullest and no regrets. Kind regards Frances Schultz.
ken m germaine from lamar wrote on March 15, 2017 at 5:35 am:
I just wanted to say Sir that I am a HUGE FAN as I have watched Dr.Who since the 70's It was on PBS back then and about a Year late but well worth the wait! I almost didnt Because Mr.Pertwee was a little too fancy for MY taste
but you were The BEST! the only TRUE Doctor for Me. Matt Smith is a close second. but too Me you and Sarah Jane (and K9 of course) and the best! All the Best and thank you for just being you. Reguards
Alan Spoore from Gillingham wrote on March 9, 2017 at 6:16 pm:
Bumped in to Tom in Rye on a walk about what a lovey man .