Some other foxes who've appeared in Doctor Who.

TV In an attempt to scoop Buzzfeed, here are some other foxes who've appeared in Doctor Who:

Emilia Fox

"Emilia Fox (born 31 July 1974) played Berenice in the Big Finish Doctor Who audio story Nevermore and Lady Winters in the Doctor Who video game The Gunpowder Plot. She is the daughter of Joanna David, the niece of James Fox and the cousin-in-law of Billie Piper." [Source: TARDIS Databank]

Oswald Fox

Oswald Fox was a resident of Poseidon 8 in the game, "Shadows of the Vashta Nerada". "When the sickness struck, Oswald locked down the entire community in order to prevent it from spreading before he could evacuate the entire commuity to the surface through life pods. He stopped after the Eleventh Doctor informed him that they would be infested with Vashta Nerada." [source: TARDIS Databank]

Julian Fox

Julian Fox played Peter Hamilton in the Doctor Who story Death to the Daleks. [source: TARDIS Databank]

Richard Fox

"Richard Fox and Lauren Yason provided music and sound design for Big Finish Productions." [source: TARDIS Databank]


"Foxgrove was a village in Hertfordshire, England. and was where Sarah Jane Smith lived the first three months of her life. Foxgrove was known for the ruins of a Cistercian abbey. The local newspaper was the Hertfordshire Times. The village had at least one police box. The village was also located at a weak point on the Web of Time. (TV: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith)." [source: TARDIS Databank]

The indigenous population of the planet Iwa

"(The) first time "Susan" and her grandfather met humans was on the planet Iwa. They were separated. In his search for Susan, the Doctor found a human medical colony. The principal work of the facility, called "the Refuge", was to rehabilitate patients identified as "Future Deviants". By undergoing dream therapy, it was hoped that such individuals would not become criminals. The Doctor soon learned the residents were besieged by fox-like aliens who could disintegrate and reconstitute their bodies." [source: TARDIS databank and the novel Frayed by Tara Simms.]

Plus Fox Broadcasting Company who decided to broadcast the TV movie opposite the last episode of Roseanne. I'll stop now.

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