The actor Sonny Caldinez has died at the age of 89.
Sonny Caldinez appeared in 17 episodes of Doctor Who between 1967 and 1974.
Born in Trinidad in 1932, then part of the British West Indies, his large and imposing frame saw him win many parts in film and television.
His first appearance in Doctor Who came in 1967 when he played Kemel in The Evil of the Daleks, working with Jamie to free Victoria Waterfield from the Daleks.
Later the same year he played Turoc, The Ice Warrior, in the debut story of the Martian invaders. He would return playing Ice Warriors in three more stories, The Seeds of Death in 1969, The Curse of Peleadon in 1972, and The Monster of Peladon in 1974.
Other TV roles included parts in The Champions, Jackanory Playhouse, Mind Your Language, Sexton Blake and the Demon God and The Return of Sherlock Holmes
Fim roles included parts in The Man with the Golden Gun, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.
Sonny Caldinez died on Tuesday 12th April.