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I was thinking about my regeneration scene from the outset, that’s my terrible melancholic nature, when you accept the job you know there’ll come a day, inevitably, when you’ll be saying goodbye.” Regarding his decision to leave, Capaldi stated that despite his tremendous love for the show, he was unsure if he would be able to deliver at his best performance if he remained in the role for too long.The Twelfth Doctor's general outfit consists of a signature dark blue short Crombie-style coat with a red lining, dark blue trousers, a long collared white shirt buttoned to the top with no tie, a navy cardigan or waistcoat, and brogue boots.Ben Stephenson, Controller, BBC Drama Commissioning added: 'We started thinking Peter Capaldi might be the right person to take on this iconic part a few months ago.But it was only when he did a secret audition at Steven's house under the cover of darkness that we knew we had our man.'He's an extraordinarily talented actor who can seemingly turn his hand to anything.The BBC said the announcement would take place immediately after the Wimbledon men's singles tennis final.
Capaldi made his first, very brief appearance as the Doctor in the show's fiftieth anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor" (2013), as one of the thirteen incarnations of the Doctor who are summoned to save Gallifrey from destruction.
In "Time Heist", the Doctor describes his costume as "hoping for minimalism, but I think I came up with magician." The look was created by Doctor Who costume designer Howard Burden who wanted to strip the Doctor back to the bare basics.
Capaldi said that the costume took a long time to find.
He portrayed Lobus Caecilius in the 2008 episode "The Fires of Pompeii" and John Frobisher in Children of Earth, the 2009 serial of the Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood.
Moffat has stated that he plans on explaining over time why there are three characters in the Doctor Who universe with the same appearance; his predecessor Russell T Davies had once explained to him a theory for the first two, and upon Capaldi's casting assured Moffat that the explanation would still work.
" Moffat felt that an older actor would work best following the youngest actor, as it would both provide a change and lessen comparisons.