After graduating from RADA, Morrissey worked on stage for four years with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre.In the early 1990s, Morrissey was typecast as policeman and soldiers; he appeared in Black and Blue, Framed (with Timothy Dalton), Between the Lines, Out of the Blue, The One That Got Away (with Paul Mc Gann) and The Knock.
As Mickey himself noted, she transferred her romantic attention to the Doctor.
A major facet of her travels in the TARDIS was the fact that she had caused a temporal paradox by which she was the reason she became the so-called "Bad Wolf".
(PROSE: Escape Velocity, AUDIO: Orbis, TV: The Impossible Astronaut) By the Doctor's eleventh incarnation, "he had long since abandoned trying to keep track of [his age] in any way that mattered to anybody but him." (PROSE: Nothing O'Clock) The First Doctor was eight when he entered the Academy, along with the Master.
(TV: The Sound of Drums) He apparently left primary school at the age of 45.
He also played Gordon Brown in the acclaimed TV movie The Deal.
In 2004, he starred with David Tennant and Sarah Parish in the musical thriller miniseries Blackpool as crooked gaming kingpin Ripley Holden.
Series 7 of Doctor Who, sometimes known as Season 33 to avoid confusion with the original Season 7, was broadcast on BBC One between 20. The BBC first announced the new series, which contained fourteen episodes, on the official Doctor Who site on 8 June 2011.
Series 7 began its run on 1 September 2012 with five regular, stand-alone episodes which aired between 1 September 2012 and 29 September 2012 and a Christmas special.
Leaving herself a trail of clues throughout history, she was able to recognise, when all her hope had evaporated, that she needed to find her way back to the Doctor — even though he had abandoned her and the TARDIS together.