Agyeman auditioned for three roles in the 2006 series of Doctor Who.
The 75-year-old businesswoman dished about her love life and attraction to younger men on Thursday's episode of Wendy Williams show. about 10 years younger." So that age range would but Stewart's ideal mate in his 60s, but it turns out one of her recent beaus was significantly younger. The so-called "Queen of Cuisine" also dished about another surprising man in her life: Snoop Dogg.
When asked about her current romantic life, Martha simply replied, "I'm dating a little here and there," before confirming her ideal age range in a significant other. "I went on a trip to Egypt and I took this guy with me and I thought, he'll be fun. "I had all my nieces and nephews with me and during the trip I found out he was younger than my daughter. " Steward confessed the relationship was more than just a fling and that the guy in questions was a "boyfriend," but she was clueless about his real age at the time. The two co-host "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party" together on VH1. And Snoop likes that," she said of the collaboration.
born Frema Agyeman; 20 March 1979) is an English actress who is known for playing Martha Jones in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who and its spin-off series Torchwood, and Amanita Caplan in the Netflix science fiction drama Sense8.
Following her departure from Doctor Who and guest spots in the BBC programme Little Dorrit, Agyeman held a starring role as Alesha Phillips in the crime procedural drama Law & Order: UK between 20.
In 2005, Agyeman played Mary Ogden, a scene of crime officer, in an episode of Silent Witness.
Agyeman starred as Nana in the independent film Rulers and Dealers, written and directed by Stephen Lloyd Jackson.
Concurrent with her appearance on the show, Agyeman read abridged audiobook adaptations of five of the Doctor Who New Series Adventures novels featuring Martha, namely The Last Dodo, namely "Reset", "Dead Man Walking" and "A Day in the Death".
She also had a starring role in the Torchwood radio play, Lost Souls, broadcast on BBC Radio Four on 10 September 2008 to promote the turning on of the Large Hadron Collider at the CERN research facility.
And while they have not been show to be getting closer on-screen, the viewing public is currently watching pre-recorded episodes and their relationship may have grown stronger in recent weeks behind the scenes.
Meanwhile, Gifty may have sought support in Jay after she was the target of cruel comments after her performance aired this weekend.
"He looked older, he had a little gray in his hair," she continued, "But he was 34 years old or something!