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|Aliases||Frederick William Treves|
|Place of birth||Kent, England|
|Date of birth||March 29th, 1925|
|Date of death||January 30th, 2012|
|First appearance||A for Andromeda: The Machine|
Frederick William Treves was a British film and television actor who was born in Cliftonville, Margate, Kent, England on March 29th, 1925 and died on January 30th, 2012. His first foray into the world of science fiction was playing the role of Captain Lovell in the second episode of the 1961 television series A for Andromeda. He returned to the franchise for the 1962 sequel, The Andromeda Breakthrough, playing an RAF officer in the pilot episode of the series. In 1980, Treves added his name to the growing list of performers in the Doctor Who series playing the role of Lieutenant Brotadac in the "Meglos" storyline.
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