Mini Bio (1) One of Britain's most recognizable (and most larger-than-life) character actors, Tom Baker is best known for his record-setting seven-year stint as the Fourth Doctor in Doctor Who (1963). He was born in 1934 in Liverpool, to Mary Jane (Fleming) and John Stewart Baker. His father was of English and Scottish descent, while his mother's family was originally from Ireland.
Died. September 2, 1982. (1982-09-02) (aged 42) New York City, U.S. Occupation. Actor. Tom Baker (August 23, 1940 – September 2, 1982) was an American actor who starred in the Andy Warhol film I, a Man (1967).   He was a close friend of Jim Morrison of The Doors.
Sep 07, 2020 · The Real Reason Tom Baker Left Doctor Who From 1974 until 1981, there was only one Doctor Who. That's saying something, considering the franchise has existed in one form or another since 1963,...
Dec 21, 2021 · Tom Baker is one of the most popular faces to have portrayed the time lord, and has previously been voted as the nations favourite Doctor Who. Baker began portraying the Doctor in 1974 and continued in his role for the next seven years, starring in 172 episodes. From time to time he has reprised his role, and still features in Doctor Who audio plays.
Jan 27, 2021 · Tom Baker held down the role of Doctor Who for seven seasons, but his final outing wasn't as pleasant as its predecessors. The BBC's Doctor Who hit its peak popularity during Tom Baker's run. Not only did this era find some of the show's most memorable, storylines, but its titular character also stayed on longer than any other actor to date.
Tom Baker (born September 12, 1954, Buffalo, New York) is a professional bowler in the Professional Bowlers Association and a member of the PBA and USBC Halls of Fame. He has won 10 titles on the regular PBA Tour (including one major), and 12 more on the PBA50 Tour (formerly PBA Senior Tour). He currently resides in King, North Carolina. 
Tom Baker "Green" - Lethe Press 2017 A novel tells the story of a gay Army recruit in the Vietnam era. In 1967, Tim Halladay has just graduated from college when he gets his draft notice in the mail. His request for a deferment to attend the Yale School of Drama is denied, and he refuses to employ his only other out—the fact that he’s gay.