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.

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1786 entries.
steve steve from Bristol wrote on July 5, 2019 at 1:43 pm:
Tom, you are my favorite Doctor. a few years ago I saw you in Soho London having your foto taken for comic relief I looked at you and you looked at me I was to nerves to say hello I have never been star struck before.
Peter Foley Peter Foley from London wrote on July 3, 2019 at 6:13 pm:
So very sorry for yet "another Dr Who message" but just wanted you to know, as we all get older, you were, and always will, be my hero. At the age of 14 back in the 70's I dressed as you did in your role as Dr Who, on a procession on a lorry in a town called West Bromwich. The most important part I took on was not just the hat, the long scarf, and a wig, and being "Dr Who" Tom Baker style, it was a role where I got to be different and SHOW that I was different also, because I was Gay, and nobody knew, and that was when I knew my life could and would be different. Thank you Mr Baker for helping me without knowing it. Peter.
Timothy Aymar Timothy Aymar from Pittsburgh PA wrote on June 26, 2019 at 9:48 pm:
Tom, you are my favorite Doctor. I still enjoy your performances. Thanks for the memorable and wonderful work.
Gwyneth Bland Gwyneth Bland from ASHFORD wrote on June 22, 2019 at 4:17 pm:
Hi Tom , I will be seeing you, and having a photograph taken with you at The Signing Spectacular at Richmond Surrey on 13 July. Also I will be married by then to John Webberley ,who is attending with me (so I will no longer be Gwyneth Bland). Looking forward to seeing you ,after all those years. See you soon.
Kind Regards

julian leat julian leat from worthing wrote on June 19, 2019 at 2:15 am:
Hello Tom Baker my doctor.

secret i have been told you did not eat those sweets much you did not like them to much sweet ha ha

You seem a kind man and always like your tv clips or shows ....
I wonder when you do events do you travel in your tardis ?
Its about time ha ha !!
John Hembree John Hembree from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA wrote on June 16, 2019 at 2:17 pm:
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY Sir, I've been spending the day watching re-runs of Dr. Who on the new classic WHO channel on with my 4th Doctor action figure,---- OMG, my wife just found CLUDO on youtube!!!!!! Thank You sir, and Happy Father's Day
John Hembree
Carol Hladik Carol Hladik from Chicago, Illinois USA wrote on June 14, 2019 at 8:44 pm:
Hello Tom,

I was thinking of you today, and want you to know you are NEVER forgotten by those of us who have followed you and cared for you lo these many decades. i saw you in Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, and San Jose; and in London and Dublin in "She Stoops to Conquer," "An Inspector Calls," and "The Mask of Moriarty." I will never forget your kindness in treating me and my traveling companion to tea at the National Theatre, and discreetly seeing that I got a taxi one evening in London when I was out alone. These are cherished memories of a true gentleman. I thank you with all my heart.
Patricia Clubbs Patricia Clubbs from Mountain View wrote on June 12, 2019 at 5:40 am:
Dear sir, I am not the sort of person who writes fan letters although I have been a fan of yours since I saw you in The Golden Voyage of Sinbad when I was a child. However, you did ask for comments in The Boy Who Kicked Pigs. I feel that I must tell you how much I enjoyed it. The first chapter has become my go-to source of comfort and cheer when I am feeling sad or the arthritis pain becomes too intense. You have a wonderful wicked sense of humor and a biting wit that is sheer joy. It would have been a lovely book to have 45 years ago, when I genuinely needed such a joyous subversive to give me sound advice. Scratchman is on my must read list for my next pension check. My mad money shall be well-spent in July. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful gift with the rest of the world. You are a brilliant writer. I unabashedly love you, and not in a creepy stalker way. Oh, and by the way, my titties tingled too. 😉
Dennis Dennis from Lakes Region, NH USA wrote on June 12, 2019 at 1:28 am:
Was just watching The Ark in Space, on Pluto TV. I'm 42 and absolutely loved watching as a kid in the 1990s when your episodes we're on! How time flies by...

Best wishes to you in your future plans, best Dr Who.

Lara Mitchell Lara Mitchell from WICKFORD wrote on June 10, 2019 at 9:41 am:
Dear Mr Baker

I love you...

...that is all

Also, are you doing any appearances in 2019?

Els Els from Doncaster wrote on June 4, 2019 at 8:30 pm:
Dear Mr Baker

I cannot tell you how much joy your acting has given over the years. Obviously my favourite is Doctor Who, but you were wonderful in Miss Marple, Towards Zero, just not enough of you in the episode. Also your Rasputin was fantastic. Regrettably I never got the chance to go and see you in the theatre, but I do have your autobiography and CD version of The Boy Who Kicked Pigs. I probably sound very shallow but you are an inspiration and very beautiful man and wow what a voice. Thank you for all the wonderful years of joy.
Robert Johannessen Robert Johannessen from BØNES, NORWAY wrote on June 4, 2019 at 6:53 pm:
Dear Tom,

I recently asked my local library to buy Scratchman. They did, and I am so happy. I finished reading your book today. I love it. You, the Doctor of my youth those decades ago, bring that Doctor and his world to life again.

You depict the Doctor, Sarah and Harry so incredibly well. I could hear and see them as I eagerly turned the pages of your book, reading a few chapters each night before I fell asleep wondering if I would dream a Doctor Who adventure. I won't describe specific passages in your story since not everyone has read it yet, but there were parts which had me on the brink of tears, and moments later laughing out loud.

Powerful stuff. Great writing. Tom, thank you.

Yours sincerely,

Robert Johannessen
Eric Phillips Eric Phillips from Decorah wrote on June 4, 2019 at 4:02 am:

Wanted to let you know of the happiness you have brought me over the years. I grew up watching Dr. Who on PBS in the states, and always enjoyed your stories the most. Your wit and joyful zaniness was the high point of my week, watching late on Sunday night. I thought my parents didn't know I was staying up extra late to watch, but the truth is that they knew, but let me do it.

Now I watch your episodes with my 11 year old, and he loves you too. I let him stay up past regular bedtime, but I watch with him. I enjoy it just as much as I did over 30 years ago.

My love and best wishes to you. Hope you are enjoying yourself as much as we have enjoyed your work.

Gary Constable Gary Constable from Stockport wrote on May 31, 2019 at 12:10 pm:
Hi Tom, I have been a fan of yours for years. Your Autobiography is very informative and with your wicked sense of humor it is the best book I have read for years!I have purchased your new book and have a book plate from you. I look forward to reading it on Holiday. I look forward to meeting you one day but for now I would like to thank you for the pleasure you have given me over the years, and you still make me smile when ever I see or hear you on TV or Radio.

Best wishes,

Michael Clark Michael Clark from Oshawa, Ontario Canada wrote on May 30, 2019 at 6:56 pm:
Mr. Baker,

I just finished reading your book, "Scratchman". It was one of those rare instances where I started reading a book and couldn't really put it down.

It was a truly marvelous book, and one that helped to remind me of my brother. He was a massive fan of science fiction, specifically Doctor Who and, in trying to get me interested, introduced me to your Doctor. Sadly, he passed away a couple of years ago but I know, if given the opportunity, he would have read and enjoyed your book as much as I did if not more so.

Thank you for creating this wonderful tale, and I look forward to your next story, hopefully very soon.
otherland71 otherland71 from Los Angeles, California wrote on May 27, 2019 at 10:06 pm:
Mr Baker—

You have brought, and continue to bring, so much joy to your fans. Your wonderful personality lights up lives all around the world. You are my hero.

Thank you!
Andrzej Poetek Andrzej Poetek from Torrington wrote on May 12, 2019 at 1:35 am:
Mr. Baker it took me a little while to figure out who you are but I always loved Ecco the dolphin the game and I always wondered who was The Man behind The voice the narrator of about 8-9 minutes of the footage it's great to know the person behind The voice and my young children also are very much fascinated and inspired by your performance congratulations on a long successful career.
Lisa Reitman Lisa Reitman from New York wrote on May 7, 2019 at 7:32 pm:
Dear Mr. Baker,
I just found a book of stamps which belonged to my grandfather, then to my father. The stamps date from the 1800s through the 1960s. On a back page, there are several autographs on pieces of paper. One is yours. My grandfather, Frank Reitman, was born in 1896, and passed away in 1983. My dad, 1923-2019 (this past March.). Grandpa owned a cab and chauffeured a number of well-known people: Jack Dempsey, Eleanor Roosevelt and, perhaps, you. I’d be happy to send you a photo of your autograph, and perhaps a photo of my grandpa. He was one of the most temperate gentlemen ever to walk the earth: a quiet, dignified and memorable man.

I do hope you receive this missive, and would be delighted to hear from you.

All my very best,
Lisa Reitman
Elias Hanwell Elias Hanwell from Bellwood wrote on May 1, 2019 at 3:14 am:
Hello Doctor how are you I would like to say that out of all the doctors you are my favorite
Charles Charles from Kidderminster wrote on April 30, 2019 at 10:09 am:
Tom Baker really suits the role of Dr. Who. He can be friendly but also a bit scary. His curly hair and wide eyes are very memorable.

Good job Tom Baker.
Darren Morrison Darren Morrison from HAMILTON wrote on April 26, 2019 at 1:46 pm:
Hi Tom. Happy days to you! Brilliant doctor, brilliant man!
nick and jan nick and jan from kent wrote on April 19, 2019 at 11:05 pm:
"happy easter tom sue and popy from nick jan Russell mango all the best and your cats .
Christopher Thelen Christopher Thelen from Gurnee wrote on April 18, 2019 at 7:44 pm:
Mr. Baker - This message is about forty years in the making, so forgive me for the delay in sending it. As a child growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, one of the best memories I have of time with my dad was watching a trio of programs on WTTW, the local public broadcasting station. 10 pm meant "Monty Python," 10:30 was "Dave Allen At Large" - and then, at 11, I waited to hear that welcoming theme music that signified "Doctor Who" was on again. For my father (as well as myself), you have always been the definitive Doctor (though I admit I've yet to watch the newer series). Dad passed away a year ago, and I have found the best way to honor his memory has been to watch episodes from your time as Doctor Who - and, dear sir, it has been exactly what the doctor (or is that "The Doctor"?) ordered to help with the emotions that precede the sad anniversary.

Thank you for all the years of great memories - not only on my behalf, but also on my dad's. I only wish he had been able to convey his gratitude to you himself. Wishing you continued good health and happiness.
Tyler "Trademark" McBee Tyler "Trademark" McBee from Palm Bay wrote on April 15, 2019 at 4:12 am:
Hello Tom,
Firstly, like many of my fellow fans, I hope you are doing well. Secondly, I would just like to say thank you. Thank you for being pretty much the essential version of the Doctor; easily recognizable, very likable, quirky yet grounded, and basically fun all around. Thank you for sticking around and doing more Doctor Who for Big Finish (loved The Trouble With Drax and The Crooked Man) and literature (finished Scratchman a few days ago. Marvelous work! So glad I got the bookplate to go with it!). Thank you for laying your heart bare before your fans in both your autobiography (which, while outdated, still feels very raw and personal) and your interview with Nicholas Briggs for "Tom Baker at 80" (a very touching session). I feel like I know you both as the Doctor and as Tom Baker. I see myself in both of you, and I hope to become more like you; kind, caring, funny, the list of quirks is endless. I may not have been around when you hit television screens everywhere from Britain to America, but I am still, from now until...well, until I pass, a massive fan of yours. So, thank you for having that much of an impact on me and millions of people everywhere.
Wishing you well from America,
Tyler "Trademark" McBee
mark clint mark clint from whitewater wi usa wrote on April 14, 2019 at 6:08 pm:
just wanted to say loved u in black adder
mark clint "majister" mark clint "majister" from whitwater wi usa wrote on April 14, 2019 at 6:05 pm:
u were my first doctor thanks for such a good job on doctor who u pulled my family into dr who for years
it took me years to track down all shows u made before internet steaming started.
ive done dr who art some should be in the hands of Colin Baker
off the tardis
i wish u the best
Chris Webster Chris Webster from Aberystwyth (formerly Liverpool) wrote on April 14, 2019 at 2:29 pm:
Hi Tom - my nan always said we were cousins - not sure if this is true but I'll cling to that legend 🙂 I hope you and yours are well. I've just been watching Dr. Who (Baker vintage) and still love it. My dad (a scouser of course) was in the merchant navy too sailing out of Liverpool, he was a contemporary of yours, a steward though he never sailed on the Queen Mary. Anyway, just wanted to say hello and that you are well loved, you are the Doctor!
jon jon from ipswich wrote on April 12, 2019 at 3:23 am:
Hello Tom.

I hope you're well. I have been a fan of yours for as long as i remember. one of my earliest memories is cuddling up with my dad to watch Genesis of the Daleks. The first book i remember reading was the novelisation of Horror Of fang rock,and every time i read a doctor who book growing up, i imagined you in the role. in my mind, you had dozens of companions, Ian and Barb, right through to Ace and Mel. I could never really picture another actor as the Doctor. When i was about 7 my grandma was knitting a jumper, and i asked her to teach me how, so i could knit a scarf, in my mind it was going to be just like the Doctors, miles long and multicoloured. I think i managed about 4 inches before giving up and going off to do something else, but the thought was there! Even all these years later, hearing your wonderfully reasonant voice sends me right back to being a kid again.

I really just wanted to say thank you. for making me become the man i am today, for teaching me the value of kindness and compassion, and for many, many years of entertainment through time and space. You truly are an inspiration sir.
LESLIE LESLIE from GAINESVILLE wrote on April 10, 2019 at 2:08 am:
LOVE LOVE LOVE Scratchman. I hear your voice as I read it.

What could be better than that?
Bob Bob from Frederick Maryland, USA wrote on April 6, 2019 at 1:49 pm:
You know I have always wanted to travel back in time in the blue box with the Doctor, the one with big hair, scarf and teeth. As a young boy I would watch the travels of the Doctor and wonder oh dear holding my breath thinking how's the doctor going to gt out of that one. Now I am much older and stores don't hold my attention as they once did, until Scratchman. So for a little while as I listened to Scratchman I traveled back in time and was a little boy again holding my breath wondering oh dear how was the Doctor going to get out of this one. Thank you Doctor, well done.