Rory Williams first appears as Amy Pond's husband. Later, he became a companion of the Eleventh Doctor on the night before their wedding, but unfortunately died and was erased from history after being absorbed by the Time Field. Shortly before the Pandorica was opened, Rory reappeared and had waited for Amy to come out of the Pandorica for 1,894 years but was restored to normal after the second Big Bang. He went on to marry Amy and resumed travelling with her and the Doctor.
During this time, his child, Melody Pond, was born. When the Doctor married River, Rory became his father-in-law. In 2012, he was sent back in time by a Weeping Angel and was soon followed through time by his wife. He died at age 82. His gravestone stood in a graveyard in New York City.
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Rory Williams was a popular character during the seasons starring Matt Smith's incarnation of The Doctor. He is usually paired with his wife, Amy Pond. Although, am OT3 ship involving Amy, Rory and The Doctor also gained significant attention. Rory has a few rare pairings including Fezturion and Jack Harkness/Rory Williams.
In 2015, it was announced that Arthur Darvill will portray Rip Hunter, a time traveller in DC's Legends of Tomorrow. After the announcement, many jokes and crossovers between the two were inevitable.