The BBC reported Tuesday that Martin, who played the doctor's arch villain from 1964 to 1980, will don the costume again, if asked.
"I really enjoyed doing it before and I would happily run around as a Dalek again," he told BBC News Online. "It could be difficult at times and I'm not as fit as I used to be, but I'm sure I could do it again."
The Dalek role required actors to squeeze into a wooden or metal costume and to glide on three caster wheels -- the costumes were hot so the actor was usually only dressed in underwear.
A BBC spokeswoman said "Doctor Who" producers had yet to decided whether the role would be fully automated or operated by actors in the forthcoming series.
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