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This article is about Frederick, the character from Lifetime's Witches of East End series.
You were maybe looking for the character from Melissa de la Cruz' novels; see Freddie Beauchamp.

Frederick Beauchamp is the son of Joanna Beauchamp and Victor Beauchamp, and the brother of Freya and Ingrid Beauchamp. Frederick used to live in Asgard as of late, presumably in allegiance with his grandfather, but has recently come through the portal and arrived in East Haven.

Physical appearanceEdit

Frederick is an immortal witch with the appearance of a young man in his late twenties. He has short light brown hair and deep blue eyes. Even though Frederick and Freya were born twins, he physically ressembles his father and his sister Ingrid, whereas Freya looks more like her mother and her aunt Wendy.

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

When Frederick was born exactly is yet unknown, but it is likely that he had lived for a very long time in Asgard with his family: his mother Joanna and her father Victor; his older sister Ingrid and his twin sister Freya; his aunt Wendy; and her granfather, Nikolaus as well. Back in the days, Frederick shared a very deep bond with his twin Freya and their bond only strenghtened their magic, allowing them to astral project whenever they wanted or whenever Freya asked to see the beach. After the accession of Nikolaus on the throne of the magical dimension, Frederick had fun witnessing his sister Ingrid running through Asgard drunk and naked and yelling "I will be Queen!".[1]

At some point, Frederick developed a grudge against the Asgardian incarnation of Killian for unknown reasons, although Freya seems to be at the center of it.[2]

War in AsgardEdit

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Frederick betrays his family and kneels before the King.

When the war in Asgard erupted after King Nikolaus accessed the throne, Frederick stood by his grandfather against the rest of his family and soon, the war was lost to all the opponents of the King, who ran away to Earth. Acting as a double agent, he even convinced his mother he would come with her, but he only meant to take back the Serpens Clavem which she had stolen to open the Portal. When he threw the artifact back through the Portal, the King appeared and cast a curse upon all the Beauchamp women. Angered, Wendy snatched the serpent key from the King's arm and Frederick and the King ran away before she closed the Portal.[3]

Mission in East HavenEdit

During the 400 years he spent in Asgard with his grandfather, the King punished him twice with Argentium poisoning, which Frederick developed an immunity against.[4] However, Frederick never held a grudge and painfully witnessed the decay of the King, who was getting sicker and weaker by the day. So when the Portal to Earth was opened by Ingrid under Mike's threat[5], the King and Frederick quickly decided on a plan. The King, unable to cross over to Earth by himself due to his sickness, would put his spirit inside Frederick's chest, while Frederick and another minion of Nikolaus, the Mandragora, would search Earth for a decent host for the King's spirit.

Reunion with his familyEdit

RebellionEdit

PersonnalityEdit

Powers and abilitiesEdit

Frederick is a member of the Beauchamp family, probably one of the oldest and most powerful families of witches of Asgard. As a result, Frederick has quite an array of assets, among which, his ability to use spells in Old Norse - an ability which the rest of his family seems to have put aside. His determination to protect his family in dire situations also seems to greatly fuel his powers.

Basic powers

Personal powers

  • Immortality
  • Healing - Frederick was able to absorb the Argentium poisoning his mother inside of himself.
  • Enhanced physical condition - Like many witches, Frederick is able to move extremely fast. He is also capable of hearing from great distance.

Combined powers

  • Astral projection - Freya and Frederick are able to combine their magic to magically send their spirit in different places, while their body remain unmoved.

RelationshipsEdit

RelativesEdit

RomancesEdit

EnemiesEdit

Miscellaneous Edit

Appearances Edit

Witches of East End: Season 1
Pilot
Absent
Marilyn Fenwick, R.I.P.
Absent
Today I am a Witch
Absent
A few good talismen
Absent
Electric Avenue
Absent
Potentia Noctis
Absent
Unburied
Absent
Snake Eyes
Mentioned
A Parching Imbued
Absent
Oh, What a World!
Appears
Witches of East End: Season 2
A Moveable Beast
Appears
The Son Also Rises
Appears
The Old Man and the Key
Appears
The Brothers' Grimoire
Appears
Boogie Knights
Appears
When a Mandragora
Loves a Woman

Appears
Art of Darkness
Appears
Sex, Lies,
and Birthday Cake

Appears
Smells Like King Spirit
Appears
The Fall of the
House of Beauchamp

Appears
Poe Way Out
Appears
Box to the Future
Appears
For Whom the Spell Tolls
Appears

Quotes Edit

You think you know me. But I promise you you don't.
— Frederick to his aunt Wendy.

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NotesEdit

  • Frederick is loosely based off Freddie Beauchamp from the novels.
  • Frederick uses Old Norse instead of Latin for his spells.


v - e - t Witches of East End: Characters
Main characters
Main
Joanna BeauchampIngrid BeauchampFreya BeauchampWendy Beauchamp
Killian GardinerDash GardinerFrederick Beauchamp (S2)
Recurring characters
Recurring
Tommy ColeKing NikolausMason TarkoffRaven MoreauHarrison Welles (S1) • Barb (S1)
Deceased
Penelope Gardiner (S1) • Adam Noble (S1) • Amy Matthews (S1) • Mike (S1)
Victor Beauchamp (S1-S2) • Hudson Rafferty (S1-S2) • Eva
Guest characters
Season 1
Maura ThatcherBill ThatcherDougVidarLeo WingateElyseArchibald Browning
Season 2
MandragoraFrank FosterKyle HuttonIvar and Isis ZurkaAlex
CarolineRonanWilliam HuttonAlmaMathias

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