Fred at the Movie Premiere at the Egyptian Theater.
Fred was cast in a guest role on the TV Show "Cold Case" for CBS. His episode, called The Good Soldier.
The Good Soldier
The team re-investigates the 2005 murder of a Green Beret recruiter who was suspected of being a jewelry thief when his former subordinate presents compelling evidence for his innocence.
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You can see Fred in J. Lo's music video "Papi". He was also in her Fiat commercial.
I am saddened by the passing of a pioneer in Television, Don Cornelius, who was instrumental in jump starting many careers by introducing the world to Soul Music, Hip Hop Dance and a whole new Fashion Trend.
I appreciate what Don Cornelius did for the city of Los Angeles by highlighting local talent, like my father and the Lockers.
“It’s just so sad, stunning and downright shocking. A huge and momentous loss to the African-American community and the world at large.”
“Don Cornelius single handedly brought about a melding and unity of brother and sisterhood among young adults worldwide and globally with the unforgettable creation of Soul Train.”
Aretha Franklin, The Queen of Soul
"Where would many of us dancers be without SOUL TRAIN....Sad Day today...RIP Don Cornelius."
Carrie Ann Inaba , Dancing With the Stars, judge
“The contributions he made to music and our culture are second to none. I will always treasure the fond memories I have of working with Don over the years and being part of the history that he created through Soul Train."
"Don was a visionary pioneer and a giant in our business. Before MTV there was Soul Train, that will be the great legacy of Don Cornelius. His contributions to television, music and our culture as a whole will never be matched. My heart goes out to Don's family and loved ones."
Quincy Jones, Media Mogul
“Don Cornelius was more than just the host of Soul Train. He was 1st black to own his own syndicated show. RIP Don… Love you.”
Holly Robinson Peete, Actress
I am deeply saddened by the passing of Dick Clark. American Bandstand was one of the first shows to hire the Lockers as a group. Thank you Mr. Clark.
Fred was a guest on The Midnight Hour Radio Show on February 22, 2014.
Fred worked with Pharrell Wiliams and Filmmaker Spike Lee on their latest project .
Fred "Rerun" Berry and Snoop Dogg.