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R.I.P Sci-Fi Actors

Well many of the Sci-Fi actors I grew up watching as a kid have all been passing away these past 8 years or so. Granted many of these actors got to live up until there 70's and 80's, still it's sad to hear because many of them are from my parents generation, and I too lost both parents and my Aunties and Uncles these past few years. If I missed someone who passed away in the last 8 years feel free to mention them. So with that said I just want to thank all of you fine actors/actresses and that you all live on in my DVD collections.

Cast from Land of the Giants

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Don Matheson (1929-2014)

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Don Marshall (1936-2016)

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Deanna Lund (1937-2018)

Cast of Space 1999

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Martin Landau (1928-2017)

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Zienia Morton (1945-2018)

Cast of Battlestar Galactica

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Richard Hatch (1945-2017)

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Tony Swartz (1943-2016)

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George Murdock (1930-2012)

Cast of Buck Rogers

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Tim O'Conner (1927-2018)

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Michael Ansara (1922-2013)

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Anthony James (1942-2020)

Cast of Star Trek

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Leonard Nimoy (1931-2015)

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Grace Lee Whitney (1930-2015)

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Bruce Hyde (1941-2015)

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Morgan Woodward (1925-2019)

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Robert Walker Jr. (1940-2919)

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Yvonne Craig (1937-2015)

Cast of Logans Run TV Show

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Heather Menzies Urich (1949-2017)

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Donald Moffat (1930-2018)

Cast of Babylon 5

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Stephen Furst (1954-2017)

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Jerry Doyle (1956-2016)

Cast of The Black Hole

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Robert Forster (1941-2019)


Cast of Star Wars

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Carrie Fisher (1956-2016)

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Peter Mayhew (1944-2019)


Cast of DS9

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Rene Auberjonois (1940-2019)

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Aron Eisenberg (1969-2019)

Cast of Flash Gordon

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Mariangela Melat (1941-2013)

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Max Von Sydow (1929-2020)

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Peter Wyngarde (1927-2018)

Cast of Alien

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John Hurt (1940-2017)

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Harry Dean Stanton (1926-2017)

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Ian Holm (1931-2020)

Cast of Aliens

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Bill Paxton (1955-2017)

Cast of Saturn 3

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Kirk Douglas (1916-2020)

Cast of Battle Beyond the Stars

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Robert Vaughn (1932-2016)

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Darlanne Fluegel (1953-2017)

Cast of Jason of Star Command

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Sid Haig (1939-2019)


Cast of War of the Worlds TV series

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Jared Martin (1941-2017)




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i know he died back in 1989...but Guy Williams (Will Robinson, the father on Lost In Space original tv series) passing, was a big deal to me...that was my favorite scifi tv show as a child...Dr. Smith was an icon
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Sad. I grew up watching many of them. I had such a crush on Richard Hatch. heart Another Star Trek TOS actor...Robert Walker Jr., "the actor known for the memorable original Star Trek episode 'Charlie X,'" died in Dec. 2019...He was 79. Born April 15, 1940.


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Sad. I grew up watching many of them. I had such a crush on Richard Hatch. heart Another Star Trek TOS actor...Robert Walker Jr., "the actor known for the memorable original Star Trek episode 'Charlie X,'" died in Dec. 2019...He was 79. Born April 15, 1940.


Thanks for sharing, didn't know he had passed away R.I.P

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Sad. I grew up watching many of them. I had such a crush on Richard Hatch. heart Another Star Trek TOS actor...Robert Walker Jr., "the actor known for the memorable original Star Trek episode 'Charlie X,'" died in Dec. 2019...He was 79. Born April 15, 1940.


Thanks for sharing, didn't know he had passed away R.I.P

YW! I've been keeping up with TOS actors. I grew up on this series. During this lockdown I've rewatched all 3 seasons twice. thumbs up! I believe only Shatner (Cap. Kirk), George Takei (Sulu), Walter Koenig (Chekhov), and Nichelle Nichols (Uhura) are still with us. Spock's death broke my heart. sad

I remember Persis Khambatta's death in 1998 at only 49 too. She was just too young. I loved her in Star Trek: TMP

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kpowers said:

Thanks for sharing, didn't know he had passed away R.I.P

YW! I've been keeping up with TOS actors. I grew up on this series. During this lockdown I've rewatched all 3 seasons twice. thumbs up! I believe only Shatner (Cap. Kirk), George Takei (Sulu), Walter Koenig (Chekhov), and Nichelle Nichols (Uhura) are still with us. Spock's death broke my heart. sad

I remember Persis Khambatta's death in 1998 at only 49 too. She was just too young. I loved her in Star Trek: TMP

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Strange thing about this picture is everybody on the left is alive and everybody on the right has passed away

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YW! I've been keeping up with TOS actors. I grew up on this series. During this lockdown I've rewatched all 3 seasons twice. thumbs up! I believe only Shatner (Cap. Kirk), George Takei (Sulu), Walter Koenig (Chekhov), and Nichelle Nichols (Uhura) are still with us. Spock's death broke my heart. sad

I remember Persis Khambatta's death in 1998 at only 49 too. She was just too young. I loved her in Star Trek: TMP

Star Trek Original - Imagenes del Cast II | Star trek 1966, Star ...

Strange thing about this picture is everybody on the left is alive and everybody on the right has passed away

Ok that's kind of creepy. eek confuse

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kpowers said:

Star Trek Original - Imagenes del Cast II | Star trek 1966, Star ...

Strange thing about this picture is everybody on the left is alive and everybody on the right has passed away

Ok that's kind of creepy. eek confuse

No kidding... eek

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kpowers said:

Star Trek Original - Imagenes del Cast II | Star trek 1966, Star ...

Strange thing about this picture is everybody on the left is alive and everybody on the right has passed away

Ok that's kind of creepy. eek confuse

Another creepy thing is the cast of Alien. The first person to die in the movie and in real life was John Hurt. The 2nd person to die in the movie and in real life was Harry Dean Stanton

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Stephen Furst will always be Flounder to me heart smile

Yeah me too, but I was happy to see him on a long running TV show

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Actor Ian Holm, Who Played King Lear To Bilbo Baggins, Has Died

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June 19, 202011:55 AM ET

Veteran British actor Ian Holm has died at age 88. He was beloved by audiences as Bilbo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit. He was nominated for an Oscar for his role in Chariots of Fire, and first reached wide audiences in Alien. His death on Friday was related to Parkinson's disease, his agent, Alex Irwin, told NPR.

Ian Holm could play everyone from King Lear to an android to a hobbit. He told NPR's All Things Considered in 2002 that he was less interested in fame than in being a good actor.

"It's obviously much better than being a quote-unquote movie star," he remarked, "because I think I would find walking down a street and having people scream at you or shouting at you or clapping you on the back or whatever would be intolerable."

Born outside London in 1931, Ian Holm joined the Royal Shakespeare Company when it was founded three decades later, and was celebrated for his stage work. His portrayal of Lenny in the premiere production of Harold Pinter's The Homecoming won him a Tony Award after its transfer from the West End to Broadway. But he suffered a severe case of stage fright in 1976, during a performance of The Iceman Cometh, and largely turned to movie and television work afterwards. He didn't return to theater for almost two decades.

Then in his mid-40s, he became known to film audiences, beginning with his role in Alien as the android Ash. From then on, he often alternated between appearing in big Hollywood box office hits and more offbeat films, including Terry Gilliam's Brazil and Atom Egoyan's The Sweet Hereafter.

Along with his Oscar nomination, his role as the athletics coach Sam Mussabini in Chariots of Fire earned him a special award at the Cannes Film Festival and a BAFTA prize.

He was appointed CBE in 1997, and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II a year later.

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https://variety.com/2020/film/global/ian-holm-dead-bilbo-baggins-lord-of-the-rings-1234642549/

https://www.npr.org/2020/06/19/880811998/actor-ian-holm-who-played-king-lear-to-bilbo-baggins-has-died

Actor Ian Holm, Who Played King Lear To Bilbo Baggins, Has Died

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June 19, 202011:55 AM ET

Veteran British actor Ian Holm has died at age 88. He was beloved by audiences as Bilbo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit. He was nominated for an Oscar for his role in Chariots of Fire, and first reached wide audiences in Alien. His death on Friday was related to Parkinson's disease, his agent, Alex Irwin, told NPR.

Ian Holm could play everyone from King Lear to an android to a hobbit. He told NPR's All Things Considered in 2002 that he was less interested in fame than in being a good actor.

"It's obviously much better than being a quote-unquote movie star," he remarked, "because I think I would find walking down a street and having people scream at you or shouting at you or clapping you on the back or whatever would be intolerable."

Born outside London in 1931, Ian Holm joined the Royal Shakespeare Company when it was founded three decades later, and was celebrated for his stage work. His portrayal of Lenny in the premiere production of Harold Pinter's The Homecoming won him a Tony Award after its transfer from the West End to Broadway. But he suffered a severe case of stage fright in 1976, during a performance of The Iceman Cometh, and largely turned to movie and television work afterwards. He didn't return to theater for almost two decades.

Then in his mid-40s, he became known to film audiences, beginning with his role in Alien as the android Ash. From then on, he often alternated between appearing in big Hollywood box office hits and more offbeat films, including Terry Gilliam's Brazil and Atom Egoyan's The Sweet Hereafter.

Along with his Oscar nomination, his role as the athletics coach Sam Mussabini in Chariots of Fire earned him a special award at the Cannes Film Festival and a BAFTA prize.

He was appointed CBE in 1997, and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II a year later.

He played Ash? I totally didn't recognize him as Bilbo and other roles... RIP rose

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OldFriends4Sale said:

https://variety.com/2020/film/global/ian-holm-dead-bilbo-baggins-lord-of-the-rings-1234642549/

https://www.npr.org/2020/06/19/880811998/actor-ian-holm-who-played-king-lear-to-bilbo-baggins-has-died

Actor Ian Holm, Who Played King Lear To Bilbo Baggins, Has Died

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June 19, 202011:55 AM ET

Veteran British actor Ian Holm has died at age 88. He was beloved by audiences as Bilbo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit. He was nominated for an Oscar for his role in Chariots of Fire, and first reached wide audiences in Alien. His death on Friday was related to Parkinson's disease, his agent, Alex Irwin, told NPR.

Ian Holm could play everyone from King Lear to an android to a hobbit. He told NPR's All Things Considered in 2002 that he was less interested in fame than in being a good actor.

"It's obviously much better than being a quote-unquote movie star," he remarked, "because I think I would find walking down a street and having people scream at you or shouting at you or clapping you on the back or whatever would be intolerable."

Born outside London in 1931, Ian Holm joined the Royal Shakespeare Company when it was founded three decades later, and was celebrated for his stage work. His portrayal of Lenny in the premiere production of Harold Pinter's The Homecoming won him a Tony Award after its transfer from the West End to Broadway. But he suffered a severe case of stage fright in 1976, during a performance of The Iceman Cometh, and largely turned to movie and television work afterwards. He didn't return to theater for almost two decades.

Then in his mid-40s, he became known to film audiences, beginning with his role in Alien as the android Ash. From then on, he often alternated between appearing in big Hollywood box office hits and more offbeat films, including Terry Gilliam's Brazil and Atom Egoyan's The Sweet Hereafter.

Along with his Oscar nomination, his role as the athletics coach Sam Mussabini in Chariots of Fire earned him a special award at the Cannes Film Festival and a BAFTA prize.

He was appointed CBE in 1997, and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II a year later.

He played Ash? I totally didn't recognize him as Bilbo and other roles... RIP rose

Yep, he's been a part of hardcore Sci-fi culture

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purplethunder3121 said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

https://variety.com/2020/film/global/ian-holm-dead-bilbo-baggins-lord-of-the-rings-1234642549/

https://www.npr.org/2020/06/19/880811998/actor-ian-holm-who-played-king-lear-to-bilbo-baggins-has-died

Actor Ian Holm, Who Played King Lear To Bilbo Baggins, Has Died

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June 19, 202011:55 AM ET

Veteran British actor Ian Holm has died at age 88. He was beloved by audiences as Bilbo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit. He was nominated for an Oscar for his role in Chariots of Fire, and first reached wide audiences in Alien. His death on Friday was related to Parkinson's disease, his agent, Alex Irwin, told NPR.

Ian Holm could play everyone from King Lear to an android to a hobbit. He told NPR's All Things Considered in 2002 that he was less interested in fame than in being a good actor.

"It's obviously much better than being a quote-unquote movie star," he remarked, "because I think I would find walking down a street and having people scream at you or shouting at you or clapping you on the back or whatever would be intolerable."

Born outside London in 1931, Ian Holm joined the Royal Shakespeare Company when it was founded three decades later, and was celebrated for his stage work. His portrayal of Lenny in the premiere production of Harold Pinter's The Homecoming won him a Tony Award after its transfer from the West End to Broadway. But he suffered a severe case of stage fright in 1976, during a performance of The Iceman Cometh, and largely turned to movie and television work afterwards. He didn't return to theater for almost two decades.

Then in his mid-40s, he became known to film audiences, beginning with his role in Alien as the android Ash. From then on, he often alternated between appearing in big Hollywood box office hits and more offbeat films, including Terry Gilliam's Brazil and Atom Egoyan's The Sweet Hereafter.

Along with his Oscar nomination, his role as the athletics coach Sam Mussabini in Chariots of Fire earned him a special award at the Cannes Film Festival and a BAFTA prize.

He was appointed CBE in 1997, and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II a year later.

He played Ash? I totally didn't recognize him as Bilbo and other roles... RIP rose

Yes...I hated him in that android role in Aliens. Shows how good he was. Sad to hear of his passing. sad I loved him in his LOTR role.

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noimageatall said:

purplethunder3121 said:

He played Ash? I totally didn't recognize him as Bilbo and other roles... RIP rose

Yes...I hated him in that android role in Aliens. Shows how good he was. Sad to hear of his passing. sad I loved him in his LOTR role.


Sad news about his passing. I knew he was up there in age but i didn't know he was 88. Sad way to die, but he lived a full life.


Anyways, wave noimageatall. it's been awhile.

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Yes...I hated him in that android role in Aliens. Shows how good he was. Sad to hear of his passing. sad I loved him in his LOTR role.


Sad news about his passing. I knew he was up there in age but i didn't know he was 88. Sad way to die, but he lived a full life.


Anyways, wave noimageatall. it's been awhile.

Hey back. heart I pop in every once in a while. wink I may stay a little longer this time. At least you and 2elijah missed me. razz lol

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noimageatall said:



purplethunder3121 said:




OldFriends4Sale said:






https://variety.com/2020/film/global/ian-holm-dead-bilbo-baggins-lord-of-the-rings-1234642549/



https://www.npr.org/2020/06/19/880811998/actor-ian-holm-who-played-king-lear-to-bilbo-baggins-has-died



Actor Ian Holm, Who Played King Lear To Bilbo Baggins, Has Died


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June 19, 202011:55 AM ET




Veteran British actor Ian Holm has died at age 88. He was beloved by audiences as Bilbo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit. He was nominated for an Oscar for his role in Chariots of Fire, and first reached wide audiences in Alien. His death on Friday was related to Parkinson's disease, his agent, Alex Irwin, told NPR.


Ian Holm could play everyone from King Lear to an android to a hobbit. He told NPR's All Things Considered in 2002 that he was less interested in fame than in being a good actor.


"It's obviously much better than being a quote-unquote movie star," he remarked, "because I think I would find walking down a street and having people scream at you or shouting at you or clapping you on the back or whatever would be intolerable."


Born outside London in 1931, Ian Holm joined the Royal Shakespeare Company when it was founded three decades later, and was celebrated for his stage work. His portrayal of Lenny in the premiere production of Harold Pinter's The Homecoming won him a Tony Award after its transfer from the West End to Broadway. But he suffered a severe case of stage fright in 1976, during a performance of The Iceman Cometh, and largely turned to movie and television work afterwards. He didn't return to theater for almost two decades.






Then in his mid-40s, he became known to film audiences, beginning with his role in Alien as the android Ash. From then on, he often alternated between appearing in big Hollywood box office hits and more offbeat films, including Terry Gilliam's Brazil and Atom Egoyan's The Sweet Hereafter.


Along with his Oscar nomination, his role as the athletics coach Sam Mussabini in Chariots of Fire earned him a special award at the Cannes Film Festival and a BAFTA prize.


He was appointed CBE in 1997, and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II a year later.






He played Ash? I totally didn't recognize him as Bilbo and other roles... RIP rose



Yes...I hated him in that android role in Aliens. Shows how good he was. Sad to hear of his passing. sad I loved him in his LOTR role.


Haha hated him as well until Fifth Element. He was so sweet and charming as the priest. Then of course his turn as Bilbo came along and I fell in love with his acting. Too bad he didn't return for The Hobbit.
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purplethunder3121 said:

He played Ash? I totally didn't recognize him as Bilbo and other roles... RIP rose

Yes...I hated him in that android role in Aliens. Shows how good he was. Sad to hear of his passing. sad I loved him in his LOTR role.

Hey let's not be to hard on Ash. He did open the door and let Kane in and did try to save Kane's life.

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Yes...I hated him in that android role in Aliens. Shows how good he was. Sad to hear of his passing. sad I loved him in his LOTR role.

Haha hated him as well until Fifth Element. He was so sweet and charming as the priest. Then of course his turn as Bilbo came along and I fell in love with his acting. Too bad he didn't return for The Hobbit.

I adored him in the Fifth Element. heart

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Yes...I hated him in that android role in Aliens. Shows how good he was. Sad to hear of his passing. sad I loved him in his LOTR role.

Hey let's not be to hard on Ash. He did open the door and let Kane in and did try to save Kane's life.

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lol You're right. And if he'd listened to Ripley the movie would have ended. cool biggrin

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