Amy Pond on Doctor Who [Female Protagonists on SF TV]

Amy Pond is the companion of the 11th Doctor. She first meets him as a little girl when the 11th reincarnation crashlands the TARDIS in her back yard. He behaves really weird even for the Doctor but I guess it is compelling to small children. Amy was cute as a child but that is nothing against what she looks like when she grows up.

Next time she meets him she is dressed as a police woman. She kicks the Doctor’s ass and make a citizen’s arrest because she is dressed like that for her kissogram job

The new companion has been a bit controversial, she is way too sexy for some and when she came on to the Doctor it was widely discussed especially since she was engaged. The Doctor sort it out and take the happy two on an extended honeymoon on the TARDIS. Executive producer Piers Wenger stated that Amy was intended to be “feisty and outspoken and a bit of a number. Amy is probably the wildest companion that the Doctor has travelled with, but she isn’t promiscuous.”

This installment of the Doctor feels more adult and grownup humor.

Name: Amy Pond
Portrayed by: Karen Gillian
TV show: Doctor Who, 11th Incarnation
Genre: Science Fiction
Status: She will return next season

Karen Gillian

Karen was born 28 November 1987 and is best known for her role as Amy Pond in Doctor Who. She was born and raised in Inverness, Scotland.

She did some model job before and also played in Fires of Pompeii

Related Posts

  1. Olivia Dunham in Fringe
  2. Max Guevara (X5-452) in Dark Angel
  3. Erica Evans on V
  4. Molly Anne Caffrey on Threshold
  5. Wendy ‘Dub-Dub’ Watson on The Middleman
  6. Jane Vasco on Painkiller Jane
  7. Æon Flux on Æon Flux
  8. Dana Scully on The X-Files
  9. Myka Bering on Warehouse 13
  10. Dr. Helena Magnus on Sanctuary
  11. Sarah on Chuck
  12. Echo on Dollhouse
  13. Amy Pond on Doctor Who
  • Pingback: Tweets that mention Amy Pond on Doctor Who [Female Protagonists on SF TV] » Cybermage -- Topsy.com()

  • shiva

    I do feel that Donna Nobles was a much more fitting companion than Amy Pond. Unfortunately I find her still a bit immature (I am probably one of the few who do not fall for her sexiness). Maybe that will change in the next season. However I do enjoy this new cast. I am still worried about the writing. Hopefully the episode Neil Gaiman will write should prove interesting. We shall see.

  • shiva

    I do feel that Donna Nobles was a much more fitting companion than Amy Pond. Unfortunately I find her still a bit immature (I am probably one of the few who do not fall for her sexiness). Maybe that will change in the next season. However I do enjoy this new cast. I am still worried about the writing. Hopefully the episode Neil Gaiman will write should prove interesting. We shall see.