Not only is Bradley Walsh the presenter of the ITV show The Chase, but for the last two years, Bradley has played Graham O'Brien on BBC’s Doctor Who. However, the presenter has now announced his exit from one of his major roles, but will he be back on our screens anytime soon?
The 59-year-old has announced he will be saying goodbye to the role of Graham O’Brien after two years of working with Jodie Whittaker in Doctor Who.
Bradley explained two years is a long time to take part in Doctor Who and admitted to the filming being "relentless".
Bradley will be leaving the popular BBC show within the next year alongside his onscreen step-grandson Ryan Sinclair (played by Tosin Cole).
Jodie and policewoman Yaz, played by Mandip Gill will remain on the show for a third series but at the end of this year, and Bradley's departure will be later this year.
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Bradley Walsh has quit from one of his major roles (Image: BBC)
Bradley Walsh has announced a huge career move after playing Graham in Doctor Who for two years (Image: ITV)
The festive special has already been filmed but how Bradley’s character, Graham will leave, is under lock and key.
A show source told MirrorOnline: “Two years is a long time in the world of Doctor Who. Yaz will be back but Christmas will be the last outing for Ryan and Graham.”
Bradley has now spoken out about the decision which finally made him quit the show.
He told MirrorOnline: “We have great fun doing it. But you must sleep and look after yourself because if you don’t, you will come unstuck.
Bradley Walsh will no longer play Graham O'Brien in Doctor Who (Image: ITV)
Bradley Walsh has quit his role as Graham on Doctor Who (Image: ITV)
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