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David Tennant’s son Ty, 17, makes his TV debut on Casualty

David Tennant’s son Ty, 17, makes his mum Georgia ‘so proud’ with his TV debut on Casualty after revealing his dad’s simple acting advice

David Tennant’s son Ty made his television debut on Casualty on Saturday night which made his mum Georgia ‘so proud’.

The famous offspring, 17, took on the role of patient Aaron at Holby City Hospital as Ty followed in the footsteps of his famous parents into the acting industry.

In a gushing tweet, Georgia revealed she was ‘so proud’ of Ty as she made a joke about her own character’s shock death in 2009 in the same BBC One hospital show.

Following in his footsteps! David Tennant’s son Ty, 17, made his mum Georgia 'so proud' with his TV debut on Casualty after he revealed his dad's simple acting advice

Following in his footsteps! David Tennant’s son Ty, 17, made his mum Georgia ‘so proud’ with his TV debut on Casualty after he revealed his dad’s simple acting advice

She said: ‘I am so proud of #tytennant tonight in @BBCOne #Casualty. He was so good they didn’t feel the need to crush him to death in a lift shaft… #bitternotbitter #deadkitten @TristanGemmill.’

The actress played Heather Whitefield but the doctor had a nasty end when she was crushed to death in a lift shaft in stomach-churning scenes in September 2009.

Georgia had only appeared in two episodes as Heather when her character was killed off; she later returned to Holby City in 2014 as a guest character.

 

Family unit: The famous offspring, 17, took on the role of patient Aaron at Holby City Hospital as Ty followed in the footsteps of his famous parents (London, March 2018)

Family unit: The famous offspring, 17, took on the role of patient Aaron at Holby City Hospital as Ty followed in the footsteps of his famous parents (London, March 2018)

Now Ty has made his first television appearance in the same show as Aaron who was rushed to hospital after having a seizure on his birthday.

David and Georgia also raise children Wilfred, six, as well as Olive, eight, and Doris, four.

The Doctor Who lead actor supported his son Ty at the star-studded premiere of his new movie Tolkien.

David’s adopted son makes his film debut playing a young Christopher Wiseman in the biopic, alongside big-name actors Nicholas Hoult and Lily Collins. 

Starring role: Now Ty has made his first television appearance in the same show as Aaron who was rushed to hospital after having a seizure on his birthday

Starring role: Now Ty has made his first television appearance in the same show as Aaron who was rushed to hospital after having a seizure on his birthday

'He was so good': In a gushing tweet, Georgia revealed she was 'so proud' of Ty as she made a joke about her own character's shock death in 2009 in the same BBC One hospital show

‘He was so good’: In a gushing tweet, Georgia revealed she was ‘so proud’ of Ty as she made a joke about her own character’s shock death in 2009 in the same BBC One hospital show

On the red carpet, Ty revealed it was his dad who gave him the best advice for breaking into acting.

He said: ‘[Dad said] never be late. Always be on time. Don’t skip the lunch queue because you look like a bit of an idiot and just be kind and friendly. And know your lines!

‘Yeah, I got tips from everyone. I am so young in my career I am still learning a lot and I am so lucky to have all these people around me who know this industry very well.

“They are just really inspirational to me and that’s something I can really thrive off. Just having these people who know their stuff!”

On top form! The Doctor Who lead actor supported his son Ty at the star-studded premiere of his new movie Tolkien

On top form! The Doctor Who lead actor supported his son Ty at the star-studded premiere of his new movie Tolkien

  

Daily Mail UK

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