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David Tennant filming in Surrey AGAIN

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David Tennant filming in Surrey AGAIN

Published at 3:19pm 25th October 2017.

David Tennant is filming in Surrey again, this time for a BBC/Amazon production based on a Terry Pratchett novel.

The former Doctor Who and Broadchurch star is appearing alongside Michael Sheen in the six-part comedy-fantasy.

Good Omens follows Heaven and Hell's respective representatives on earth as we head towards Armageddon.

Filming is due to take place on a quiet close in Burpham on Friday 27th October.

In a letter posted to residents, the Series Location Manager at the production company says: "I am aware that our presence can become a little disruptive in a close such as this.

"Therefore, in gratitude for our visit, I would like to make a donation to a Residents Association... or to a suitable local charity.

"Security will be present throughout , any rubbish will be collected after filming."

This is just the latest film shoot involving David Tennant in Surrey in recent days.

Earlier this we reported that a film he is starring in, Mary Queen of Scots, was being partly shot in Albury.

It has also been reported that the star has been spotted filming in Painshill Park.

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