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Scott Fredericks 1943 - 2017

Scott Fredericks 1943 - 2017

To Doctor Who fans, Scott Fredericks was known as Boaz in Day of the Daleks and Max Stael in Image of the Fendahl. But for Blake's 7 fans, he will be best remembered as the Federation psychostrategist Carnell.

Scott Fredericks was born in 1943 in Sligo, Ireland. He left his family business and moved to London to train as an actor after gaining a scholarship to RADA. His acting career started in Chesterfield Repertory; he worked with director Peter Brook at Northampton, with subsequent stage roles including Mark Anthony and Henry II. 

Scott's first television appearance was in an episode of Crossroads in 1964. He featured in episodes of Z-Cars, Dixon of Dock Green, Sutherland's Law and Triangle. His film appearances included Dad's Army (in which he played a Nazi photographer), See No Evil, The Deadly Females and Cal, starring Helen Mirren.

In 1972 he played Boaz in Day of the Daleks with Jon Pertwee, and returned to Doctor Who in 1977 in Image of the Fendahl with Tom Baker. His only appearance in Blakes 7 was in the Season B episode Weapon, in which he charmed Servalan (and much of the female audience) with his smooth portrayal of Carnell – one of the most popular guest characters in the series. The concept of a psychostrategist/puppeteer in the B7 Universe has been a source of fascination for fans, and the character has featured in fan fiction stories and artwork. Carnell reappeared in Chris Boucher's Doctor Who novel Corpse Marker and Scott Fredericks later returned to the role in the Doctor Who/Blakes 7 crossover audio series Kaldor City.

In 1980, Fredericks received the J.J. Finnegan Evening Herald Award nomination for his solo stage show, Yeats Remembers. In 1992, he became a Radio Drama Director with RTE, Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster, and he represented RTE Radio at the 1997 Prix Italia Awards. 

Most recently, he played regular character Ivor O'Neill in the Irish Soap Fair City. His final acting role was as Kenneth Wrigley in the 2008 series Rock Rivals

Scott Fredericks died in Sligo University Hospital on 6th November after a long illness. He is survived by his sons Mark and Paul and their mother Mary.

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