Doctor Who fans can now own a little piece of David Tennant ... after the Paisley actor was transformed into a DOLL.
The 12-inch tall limited collector figure of David has been released to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the hit BBC sci-fi show which catapulted him to global stardom.
Thanks to sophisticated modern production methods, the doll bears a remarkably close resemblance to the former Paisley Grammar School pupil, with a price-tag of £169.
The figure is a 1:6 scale version of the Doctor, as portrayed by David between 2005 and 2010.
It features the TV timelord in his pinstripe suit, complete with a wallet containing ‘psychic paper’.
The doll has been released by Big Chief Studios, in association with the BBC.
David, whose dad, the Very Rev Dr Alexander McDonald, lives in the Dykebar area of Paisley, was a huge hit in the title role of Doctor Who.
He was the 10th Doctor and the second Scot to take on the role, following in the footsteps of Sylvester McCoy.
There has been speculation that David will join forces with some of the other previous timelords to take part in a special Golden Jubilee edition of Doctor Who some time this year.
However, the talented Buddie has been giving nothing away about his possible return.
David skillfully avoided being pinned down on the subject by Doctor Who fan Jonathan Ross during a recent appearance on his ITV chat show.
And he was also quizzed by Christian O’Connell during a slot on his Absolute Radio breakfast show.
David said: “Everyone is saying that but nobody’s been on the phone to me.”
In recent years, David has been one of the busiest actors on the British stage and television scene.
He was recently seen in a well-regarded adaptation of Alan Furst’s novel The Spies of Warsaw on BBC Four.
And it was also announced that he would be returning to the Royal Shakespeare Company, of which he is a board member, to take on the demanding role of Richard II later this year.
David has already achieved outstanding success as Hamlet with the company, to which he has belonged since he was a young actor.