Wednesday, 28 November 2018 - Reported by Marcus
The actor Andrew Burt has died at the age of 73
Andrew Burt played Valgard, one of the Vanir, in the 1983 fifth Doctor story Terminus.
Born in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, he trained at Rose Bruford College of Drama.
He was a regular on television throughout the 1970's, 80's and 90's. One of his first TV roles was in 1972, playing Jack Sugden in the new TV soap Emmerdale Farm. He played Captain FitzRoy in the TV drama The Voyage of Charles Darwin.
In 1979 he took the title role in The Legend of King Arthur alongside former Doctor Who companion Maureen O'Brien playing Morgan le Fay. Another folk hero came his way when he starred in Gulliver in Lilliput alongside Elisabeth Sladen. He played Ven Jarvik in a 1980 episode of Blake's 7.
Regular roles in Mystery!: Campion, Angels, Bergerac, The Bill and Oscar Charlie followed. He was the voice of Radio Norwich for both series of I'm Alan Partridge, appearing in one episode as Alan's old Headmaster.
In recent years Burt worked as a counsellor for people with stress-related illnesses.