|Seen|| "Snakes and Ladders"|
"Me, Myself and Murdoch"
"Murdoch in Toyland"
"Twentieth Century Murdoch"
|Status||Interim living (cryogenically frozen)|
Dr. Roberts was a practicing psychiatrist who assisted William Murdoch with a number of cases.
Roberts helped Murdoch diagnose multiple personality disorder in the case of Charlotte, who was suspected of having murdered her father.
Roberts was called up by Murdoch again to put him in a state of hypnosis as he played a recording of a mysterious person from a talking doll, which was part of a mystery involving a kidnapped-later-rescued girl, and a decapitated corpse. Murdoch soon recognized the voice to be belonging to James Gillies
|Murdoch Mysteries Recurring Actors and Characters|
|Sarah Allen as Enid Jones • Paul Amos as Dr. Roberts • Dmitry Chepovetsky as Nikola Tesla • Geraint Wyn Davies as Arthur Conan Doyle • Maria Del Mar as Sarah Pensall • Jeff Douglas as Reginald Poundsett • Lisa Faulkner as Anna Fulford • Sarah Gadon as Ruby Ogden • Sean Harraher as Constable Worseley • Dakota Goyo as Alwyn Jones • Kate Greenhouse as Sally Pendrick • Arwen Humphreys as Margaret Brackenreid • Steven McCarthy as Dr. Isaac Tash • Stephen McHattie as Harry Murdoch • Peter Keleghan as Terrence Meyers • Lachlan Murdoch as Henry Higgins • Allan Royal as Chief Constable Stockton • Michael Seater as James Gillies • Peter Stebbings as James Pendrick • Jonathan Watton as Darcy Garland • Sarah Willson as Tess Moffatt|