(The others have played characters other than their television roles.) In November 2007, he starred as Jamie in Helicon Prime, the second installment in Season 2 of Big Finish's Companion Chronicles.
Since then he has appeared in many more Companion Chronicles, where his uncanny ability to mimic Patrick Troughton's Second Doctor has been welcomed by fans of the show.
Consequently, she named the novel's male protagonist Jamie.
She says that the character's surname, Fraser, is a coincidence, as the PBS station on which she watched Doctor Who habitually cut off the episode's credits.
Originally intended as a one-off guest character, Jamie joined the regular cast and appeared in the series from 1966 to 1969.
Hines reprised the role in a cameo in the 20th anniversary serial The Five Doctors (1983) and as a guest star in The Two Doctors (1985).
Up until 2007, Hines was the only surviving Second Doctor companion actor not to have acted in a Big Finish Productions Doctor Who audio play.Hines was cast in a 2015 episode of the television adaptation of Outlander, which he had helped to inspire.(with whom he lived in Coddington, Nottinghamshire) from 1994 to 2003.In between making episodes of Emmerdale, as it was renamed in 1989, he has continued a career in the theatre and made occasional appearances in other TV shows.Hines appeared in Peter Kay's Comic Relief video of 2007, as one of the many guests dancing to Kay's Brian Potter and Matt Lucas' Andy Pipkin to the song I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) by the Proclaimers.Hines appeared in 117 episodes of the original series of Doctor Who; only the first four Doctors appeared in more episodes.