British actor Trevor Baxter died on Monday at the age of 84. He's best known for his role on "Doctor Who." He played the supporting character Professor Litefoot on the original run of the BBC sci-fi series. The cause of death is currently unknown reports Huffington Post UK.
In 1977, he appeared in ‘Doctor Who’ alongside the fourth Doctor, Tom Baker’s fourth Doctor. He also acted in other TV Shows and the 2004 movie "Sky Captain And The World of Tomorrow."
When he wasn't acting on-screen, he also worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company and penned his own plays.
Fellow Doctor Who actor and writer Mark Gatiss tweeted about Baxter's passing, saying "Very sad to hear that Trevor Baxter has passed away. An absolutely delightful man in every respect. Wise, gossipy and so much fun. RIP."
Former Doctor Colin Baker also shared his shock at the news, adding on Twitter: “Trevor was lovely. Talented funny and a very good actor. Very sad.”
Pray for his friends and in family in this hard time.
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