Mandip Gill

Last updated on the 27 March 2024 by Evandrus

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Mini Biography

Born: 5 January 1988, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. 

After completing her education at a local school, Mandip Gill enrolled in the acting program at the University of Central Lancashire. Here she developed a strong foundation in theater, film, and television acting.

Mandip Gill’s breakthrough came when she landed the role of Phoebe McQueen in the popular British soap opera “Hollyoaks.” Her portrayal of the complex and troubled character garnered critical acclaim and won the hearts of viewers, establishing her as a rising star in the television world.

However, it was her role as Yasmin (Yaz) Khan in the long-running science fiction series “Doctor Who” that catapulted Mandip Gill to international recognition. Joining the cast in 2018, she brought depth, intelligence, and a refreshing energy to the character. Her portrayal of Yasmin Khan, a police officer turned time-traveling companion, captivated audiences worldwide and made her a beloved figure in the “Doctor Who” universe.


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Doctor Who (1963)

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“Doctor Who” is a British science fiction television series that follows the adventures of a time-traveling alien known as the Doctor. With the help of various companions, the Doctor explores the universe, fights against evil forces, and safeguards the fabric of time and space, all while embodying the values of hope, compassion, and bravery.

Top cast: Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, John Bishop, Tosin Cole, Sacha Dhawan, Lenny Henry, Stephen Fry, Shobna Gulati, John Bishop, Aisling Bean, Mandip Gill (S11.E1 – S13.E9).


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