Capaldi is one of the greatest Doctors. Now 25 episodes in, Capaldi has grown into a role that suits him like a well-worn coat. His restrained, multi-faceted performance has, at times, been utterly mesmerising. His solo episode was a challenge that few other Doctors could have pulled off. When he does eventually decide to leave the role, he will be incredibly difficult to replace. The Telegraph 31 March 2016
Capaldi shot to international fame when he became the 12th Doctor, generating a particularly large fan base in South America. "I found it hard at first. You walk on stage and it makes people go crazy, not because you're me, because you're Doctor Who.”
Peter and Elaine #relationshipgoals ❤️❤️ “One thing we did talk about was the kind of attention that it would draw because we lead incredibly quiet un-showbizzy lives, Peter and I. That was a worry but we try and carry on as is. Without a doubt he is getting a lot more attention, that’s for sure. We just try and balance it. People talk to him all the time, but people are lovely, you know. Why would you not enjoy that?” Elaine Collins talking on Radio Scotland about concerns regarding the…
Well, the funny thing is, I had my 25th wedding anniversary this year - so we held a party. And I suddenly realised I was dancing! I think it’s the first time in years, because I knew everyone in the room was a friend who didn’t care how the Doctor dances. But if you are going somewhere you know you’ll be reckognised, you have to steel yourself a bit. However people tend to want very little. Just a smile.” Peter Capaldi. answering “Being The Doctor, you must feel like a very public figure?