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Fredrick Bowman was the posthumous overarching protagonist of the Netflix series, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. He was the late father of Darius Bowman and Brandon Bowman, the late husband of Mrs. Bowman and the posthumous adoptive father of Kenji Kon. Fredrick had a keen interest in dinosaurs like his youngest son.

He was voiced by Keston John.

History[]

Fredrick was Darius's father, and a fellow dinosaur enthusiast. He planned a trip with Darius to Jurassic World sometime in the past, but got sick and died soon after. Before his death he gave his son a Velociraptor tooth necklace, to match the one he got for himself.

In season 2, Frederick was seen in Darius's nightmare.

In season 5, when Darius and his friends were finally rescued, Brandon expresses his pride in his brother's actions and assures him that their father would be very proud.

Personality[]

Fredrick enjoys dinosaurs just as much as Darius does. He tells Darius that "when things fall apart" we "put them together again".

Fredrick was a loving and caring father who loved both of his sons very deeply. In that way he was everything that Kenji Kon wanted his father Daniel to be despite turning out to be quite the opposite of Fredrick.

Quotes[]

To Darius in a flashback, "Things Fall Apart".

  • "Hey, come here. We're going to Jurassic World and it's gonna be incredible, not just because of the dinosaurs, because it'll be the two of us, together".
  • "Listen to me. This life, it doesn't always go your way. Things fall apart. But what matters is how you choose to keep moving forward. What matters is that you keep goin' for the people who need you most. That's... that's the promise we make everyday we get. That despite all the hardships... you never give up"
  • Darius: "I... I need you to get better."
    Fredrick: "I'm tryin', son. There's a lot of things we were supposed to do together. So many things".

Trivia[]

  • Fredrick Bowman’s favorite dinosaur is the Gallimimus.
  • In the first flashback in "Things Fall Apart", Fredrick seemed to have Parkinson's Disease, A disorder of the central nervous system that affects movement, often including tremors. This disease can apply to hands, which could explain why his hand was shaking and how he dies.

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