Which, if you're a regular round here, will mean he finally gets to be known as something other than Astonishing Coup de Theatre Man. (In the unlikely event that you don't memorise every word I type on this blog, that's a reference to this newspaper review of That Face.
The coup in question being that he pissed himself on stage.) So yeah, it's probably for the best that he'll now be known for something else.
The programme cruelly teased with clues as to his identity, but they all pointed to Smith (youngest ever Doctor; 26; young but with an old soul, yep it adds up.) Well, I won't make any early judgements but having seen him on stage twice and on TV a few times he's a good actor, and he's definitely got quirky looks that suit the part. Having seen the BBC interview with him the thing I was most struck by was how he nervously twitched his long fingers all the time - that felt very Doctorish. So Steven Moffat's behind the camera and Matt Smith's in front of it; oh, it's a bit weird looking forward to 2010 when 2009's barely started.