By Sarah Henningsen”Dr Who” star David Tennant was once a legal profession professor.
But that was in the 1990s, and his current career is as a forensic scientist.
Tennant told New Scientist: “It’s a very unique role.
You’re not a doctor.
You can’t prescribe drugs, but you can do forensic science, so that’s pretty cool.”
Tennant was asked about his profession, and he said: “The best part is, it’s a really unique profession.
“I don’t work as a medical doctor. “
I don’t have any special skills. “
I don’t work as a medical doctor.
He was also asked about the career path of “Doctor Who” actress Jenna Coleman, who played the show’s Doctor. “
In terms of my profession, I’m a forensic pathologist.”
He was also asked about the career path of “Doctor Who” actress Jenna Coleman, who played the show’s Doctor.
Tennants said: She’s got a very special job.
She’s a forensic psychologist and she’s very smart, and she knows a lot about crime and how people behave.
She knows a great deal about the psychology of criminals.
I love her, I really do.
“The fact that she’s doing that is very exciting to me, because I know she’s going to do amazing things.”
Tennants is now a forensic analyst for the US National Academy of Sciences, which has published a report on the profession’s role in the law.
The report also says that forensic pathologists are “particularly valuable in identifying patterns of criminal behaviour in criminal events”.
It was released last year, but Tennants did not respond to requests for comment.