- To protect the secret of Davros' presence in the story, Terry Molloy was credited in part three under an anagram, "Roy Tromelly".
- William Thomas, who appears in the story as Martin the undertaker, appears again in the series in the 2005 episode "Boom Town", making him the first actor to appear in both the classic and new series of Doctor Who. He later goes on to play Geraint Cooper, the father of Gwen Cooper, in the 2008 Torchwood episode "Something Borrowed" and the 2011 series Torchwood: Miracle Day. He is the first actor to appear in all three shows.
- Joseph Marcell, who appears as John, is better known for playing Geoffrey Butler on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
- The episode also features guest appearances by Pamela Salem and Michael Sheard. See also Celebrity appearances in Doctor Who.
- Mark McGann, the brother of Eighth Doctor actor Paul McGann, was originally considered for the role of Mike Smith.
- Simon Williams later played Paul Addison in the audio play Nekromanteia.
- Peter Halliday played Packer in the Second Doctor serial The Invasion.
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