Trix MacMillan



Trix MacMillan



Place of Origin:



Anthony Charles Pullman

First Seen In:

Time Zero


The Infinity Race
The Domino Effect
Reckless Engineering
The Last Resort
Emotional Chemistry
Sometime Never…
The Tomorrow Windows
The Sleep of Reason
The Deadstone Memorial
To the Slaughter
The Gallifrey Chronicles
We Can’t Stop What’s Coming


Beatrix “Trix” MacMillan was the alias of Patricia Joanne Pullman and a companion of the Eighth Doctor.

Patricia Joanne Pullman was a con artist, who was wanted by the authorities for her murdering her father. (The Gallifrey Chronicles) Pullman eventually adopted the name “Trix MacMillan “.

She first met the Eighth Doctor when she had been hired by Sabbath to pose as a descendant of Tsar Nicholas II. After Sabbath had punched a hole in reality and the Doctor had to give chase, Trix asked if she could come along. The Doctor refused to let a con artist and a thief aboard the TARDIS, but she stowed away nevertheless, avoiding detection by The Doctor and his companions for a long time. (Time Zero)

A shadowy figure later appeared and implied to Lyeene that Trix had stowed away on the TARDIS and avoided detection. (The Last Resort)

When Trix was discovered, The Doctor did not punish heror make her leave the TARDIS, to Anji’s annoyance. Like many of the Doctor’s other companions, Trix had a habit of wandering off, and had small adventures of her own before ending up back with The Doctor. (Timeless)

On a visit to Espero, Trix was possessed by a Maker named Reo. (Halflife)

Trix helped The Doctor to uncover the truth behind Old Man Crawley. While on Earth in that period she left behind copies of the Financial Times for Anji to collect. (The Deadstone Memorial)

Trix later developed a relationship with Fitz, and planned to settle down with him after they had defeated the Vore with The Doctor. (The Gallifrey Chronicles)

However, she and Fitz would continue to travel with The Doctor for a time. On one trip, they discovered a planet where temporally-anomanous Neanderthals were being herded as temporal weapons in preparation for a time war. (We Can’t Stop What’s Coming)


Trix often disagreed with The Doctor. However, over time The Doctor helped her come to terms with herself and feel settled in her life. (The Gallifrey Chronicles)


Trix was depicted in the DWM 341 comic preview of Halflife, which is not a valid source of images on this website.

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