Bernard Cribbins last pics: David Tennant pushes late star in wheelchair to film Dr Who

Bernard Cribbins was spottedon the set of Dr Who earlier this year

Bernard Cribbins was pushed around the Dr Who set by co-star David Tennant

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Bernard Cribbins was last spotted filming Dr Who as he prepared to make his return to the popular BBC show.

The actor was seen being pushed around in a wheelchair by his co-star David Tennant in May earlier this year.

Catherine Tate was also in attendance as they filmed an action shot in Camden, London.

Cribbins previously played Wilfred Mott in the BBC show.

It comes as the actor’s agent confirmed that the star had died at the age of 93.


The star was making his return to film Dr Who

Bernard Cribbins wore a hat as he sat in the wheelchair

Bernard Cribbins previously played Wilfred Mott on Dr Who

Bernard Cribbins first starred in the show in 1964

Bernard Cribbins recently appeared in CeBeebies show Jack’s Old Boat

The star’s death aged 93 was confirmed by his agent

Bernard Cribbins attended the BAFTAs Children’s Awards in 2014

The star attended the glitzy event at the Roundhouse in 2014

Bernard Cribbins also starred in hit film The Railway Children

He played Albert Perks in the movie

Bernard Cribbins was awarded an OBE in 2011

Bernard Cribbins received his OBE at Windsor

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