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Why are the BBC so bad at casting actors to be younger/older versions of each other? With one notable exception in Ashes to Ashes, it's like they get the skin colour more or less the same and then adjourn to the pub.
In the Doctor Who episode with the giant wasp, it looked like Felicity Kendall's younger self had called in sick that morning and they'd shoved one of the assistant directors into a 1920s ballgown instead. They didn't even match her hair colour. The younger Leo in Hal's prequel for Being Human S4 is only recognisable because he's identified as a werewolf, he's talking to Hal and he's black!


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