David Tennant is a well-known Scottish actor and voice actor known for his roles of the Tenth Doctor in the British TV series 'Doctor Who', Alec Hardy in the crime drama series 'Broadchurch', and Kilgrave in the Marvel web TV series ‘Jessica Jones.’ He also had a role in the film 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire', the fourth film in the popular Harry Potter movie franchise. Born in West Lothian, Scotland, he decided to become an actor at a very early age, after being inspired by the British sci-fi series ‘Doctor Who’. He used to act during his school days as well. He also started taking Saturday classes at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama to hone his skills and frequently collaborated with the Royal Shakespeare Company. After appearing in small but challenging roles in several stage productions and TV series, he eventually bagged his first major role in the drama series ‘Takin' Over the Asylum.’ In the ensuing years, he successfully established himself as a talented actor with powerful performances both on the small and the big screen.