Joan Collins has paid tribute on Twitter to her Dynasty co-star Kate O'Mara, who has died at the age of 74.
Collins, who played Alexis Colby to O'Mara's Cassandra "Caress" Morrell in the popular 1980s US soap, tweeted:
Colin Baker, who played a former incarnation of The Doctor, wrote on Twitter:
Last year, which was Doctor Who's 50th anniversary, Kate O'Mara said she would love to reprise her role as The Rani.
O'Mara told the Huffington Post: "I'd love to come back as The Rani another time around.
"To have a much older woman as your adversary, there's something interesting about that."
Actress Kate O'Mara, who has died aged 74, appeared in the US primetime soap opera Dynasty opposite Joan Collins:
Actress Kate O'Mara, who has died aged 74, appeared on stage and screen in variety of roles - from Rani opposite Sylvester McCoy's Doctor Who to Marlene Dietrich.
Kate O'Mara's agent said "a shining star has gone out" as he announced she has died aged 74.
Phil Belfield said:
There will be a private funeral and a memorial service on a date to be confirmed later, Mr Belfield added.
Former Dynasty star Kate O'Mara has died at the age of 74, her agent announced.
The actress was best known for playing Alexis Colby's scheming sister Cassandra "Caress" Morrell in the US soap in the mid-1980s, along with roles in British series Doctor Who, Howards' Way and Triangle.
Her agent Phil Belfield said she died this morning in a Sussex nursing home after a short illness.