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David Tennant 2009 and 2010 looks at the career during those years of one of Britain's most well-known actors. It covers David Tennant's final week of playing Hamlet for the Royal Shakespeare Company, filming four Doctor Who Specials and then going straight on to film Hamlet, St Trinian's 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold, the pilot Rex Is Not Your Lawyer and, in 2010 filming Single Father, The Decoy Bride, Fright Night and United, as well as all his radio and television interviews, the press articles about him and all the numerous awards he won.

If people thought that once David had stopped being the Tenth Doctor then the interest in him by both the media and his fans would diminish, then they were very mistaken. Hardly a day went gone by without him being mentioned in a newspaper or in a report online.

There are few actors who, on the basis of their name alone, can get a project commissioned but David is one of the actors who can and David Tennant 2009 and 2010 looks at the way his career developed during the two years.

The book is written by the author of David Tennant A Year In The Spotlight which analysed in depth his career during 2008 and, with 130,000 words over 311 pages, David Tennant 2009 and 2010 contains as much information.

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100% of the profit from both books is donated to the cancer research charity AICR which David supports.

David Tennant 2009 and 2010 was published on Monday 21st March 2011

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