Babylon 5 Színész- és szereplőlista
John Sheridan szerepében:
Bruce Boxleitner 1950-05-12 Elgin, Illinois, USA
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bruce William Boxleitner (born May 12, 1950) is an American actor, and science fiction and suspense writer. He is known for his leading roles in the television series How the West Was Won, Bring 'Em Back Alive, Scarecrow and Mrs. King (with Kate Jackson), and Babylon 5 (as John Sheridan in seasons 2–5, 1994–1998). He is also known for his role as the eponymous character of the innovative Walt Disney Pictures film Tron, a role which he reprised in the 2010 sequel, Tron: Legacy. Description above from the Wikipedia article Bruce Boxleitner, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Michael Garibaldi szerepében:
Jerry Doyle ✝ 1956-07-16 Brooklyn, New York, USA - 2016-07-16
Jerry Doyle (July 16, 1956 – July 27, 2016) was an American talk radio host, right-libertarian political commentator, television actor and founder of the content platform EpicTimes. His nationally syndicated talk show, The Jerry Doyle Show, aired throughout the United States on Talk Radio Network. As an actor, Doyle was known for his role as Michael Garibaldi in the science fiction series Babylon 5 (1994–1998). Doyle grew up in Brooklyn, New York, raised as the eldest son of a police officer and a housewife. He spent the first six months of his life in an orphanage before being adopted. He graduated from Pope John XXIII Regional High School in Sparta, New Jersey, in 1973, where he played varsity football and basketball. In 1978, Doyle earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, while also receiving his flight training.
Mira Furlan ✝ 1955-09-07 Zagreb, Croatia - 2021-01-20
Mira Furlan (7 September 1955 - 20 January 2021) was a Croatian singer and actress of theatre, film and TV in the former Yugoslavia. She emigrated to the U.S. with her husband, Goran Gajić, in November 1991, due to the intolerable political circumstances in her homeland. Ms. Furlan starred in the Warner Brothers TV-series "Babylon 5" (1994) as "Ambassador Delenn" (Sci-Fi Universe Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Genre TV-series 1996 and 1997). Ms. Furlan's film credits include leading roles in over 25 films. She has appeared regularly on Yugoslav Television, playing leading roles in numerous series and TV-films. She has received all the highest awards in her former country, both for her stage and film work, including two Golden Arenas (Yugoslav Oscars) for Best Actress. In the former Yugoslavia, Mira was a member of the Croatian National Theatre and a frequent guest star at major theatres in the whole country.
Stephen Franklin szerepében:
Richard Biggs ✝ 1960-03-18 Columbus, Ohio, USA - 2004-05-22
Richard James Biggs II (March 18, 1960 – May 22, 2004) was an American television and stage actor, known for his roles on the television series Days of Our Lives and Babylon 5. Born in Columbus, Ohio, Biggs attended the University of Southern California on scholarship, studying theatre. He briefly taught at a Los Angeles high school before landing his first major television role, that of Dr. Marcus Hunter on the soap opera Days of Our Lives. Biggs was diagnosed with hearing problems when he was 13, and was partially deaf in one ear, completely deaf in the other. He frequently used his celebrity status to raise money for the Aliso Academy, a private school in Rancho Santa Margarita, California that serves deaf children.
Andreas Katsulas ✝ 1946-05-18 St. Louis, Missouri, USA - 2006-02-13
Andrew "Andreas" Katsulas (May 18, 1946 – February 13, 2006) was a Greek-American actor known for his roles as Ambassador G'Kar in the science fiction television series Babylon 5, as the one-armed villain Sykes in the film The Fugitive (1993), and as the Romulan Commander Tomalak on Star Trek: The Next Generation. He also played Vissian Captain Drennik in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Cogenitor". Description above from the Wikipedia article Andreas Katsulas, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Londo Mollari szerepében:
Peter Jurasik 1950-04-25 Queens , New York, USA
Peter Jurasik began his professional career as a stage actor working in off Broadway productions in New York and later in tours and regional theaters up and down the east coast. In 1975, he moved to Los Angeles beginning a twenty five year run as a character actor continuing to act on stage, but additionally working in feature films, in nightclubs doing comedy and especially on television with hundreds of TV appearances in both comedies and dramas. Audiences seem to remember him best for his work on 'Hill Street Blues' as Sid and later in 'Babylon 5' as Londo. He has received awards for his work on both of these shows.
Vir Cotto szerepében:
Stephen Furst ✝ 1955-05-08 Norfolk, Virginia, USA - 2017-06-16
Stephen Furst (1955 - 2017) was an American actor and film and television director. He was a regular in the science fiction series Babylon 5 playing Centauri diplomatic attaché Vir Cotto and as Dr. Elliot Axelrod on St. Elsewhere, and featured in the film National Lampoon's Animal House.
Bill Mumy 1954-02-01 San Gabriel, California, USA
Bill Mumy is an American film and television actor.
Elizabeth Lochley szerepében:
Tracy Scoggins 1953-11-13 Galveston, Texas, USA
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Tracy Dawn Scoggins (born November 13, 1953) is an American actress known for her roles as Cat Grant in the television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and Monica Colby in the 1980s prime time soap opera Dynasty, and its spin-off series The Colbys. In the Babylon 5 TV series she portrays Captain Elizabeth Lochley, the station's competent, troubled commander during the final season.
Lyta Alexander szerepében:
Patricia Tallman 1957-09-04 Pontiac, Illinois USA
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Patricia J. Tallman (born September 4, 1957) is an American actress and stunt performer, sometimes credited as Pat Tallman. Description above from the Wikipedia article Patricia Tallman, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Zack Allan szerepében:
Jeff Conaway ✝ 1950-10-05 New York City, New York, USA - 2011-05-27
Jeffrey Charles William Michael Conaway was an American actor, best known for his roles in the movie Grease, and the US TV series Taxi and Babylon 5. He also directed the 1992 film Bikini Summer 2. Jeff spent some of his time living with his grandparents in South Carolina, which gave him enough of a Southern accent that when he accompanied his mother to a casting call for director Arthur Penn's Broadway play All the Way Home, a story set in Knoxville, Tennessee, the 10-year-old Conaway landed a featured role as one of four boys. The 1961 Pulitzer Prize-winning play was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Play and ran 333 performances and one preview from November 29, 1960, to September 16, 1961.Conaway remained for the entire run, then toured with the national company of the play Critic's Choice. Conaway worked as a child model, and attended high school at the Quintano School for Young Professionals. He attended the North Carolina School of the Arts and later transferred to New York University. While at NYU, he appeared in television commercials and had the lead in a school production of The Threepenny Opera. He made his movie debut in the 1971 romantic drama Jennifer on My Mind, which also featured future stars Robert De Niro and Barry Bostwick. The following year Conaway appeared in the original cast of the Broadway musical Grease, as an understudy to several roles including that of the lead male character, Danny Zuko, and eventually succeeded role-originator Barry Bostwick. He played the role for 2 1/2 years while his friend John Travolta, with whom he shared a manager, later joined the show, playing the supporting role of Doody. After breaking into series television in 1975 with Happy Days, followed by guest spots in several other TV shows, and three more movies including Grease, he was cast as aspiring actor Bobby Wheeler on Taxi, which premiered in fall 1978. Conaway starred in the short-lived 1983 fantasy-spoof series Wizards and Warriors. He made guest appearances on such shows as Barnaby Jones, George & Leo and Murder, She Wrote. He appeared inJawbreaker, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark and Do You Wanna Know a Secret? He also played Mick Savage on The Bold and the Beautiful. From 1994 to 1999, he played Zack Allan on Babylon 5. In addition to acting, Conaway dabbled in music. In the mid-1960s, he was the lead singer and guitarist for a rock band, The 3 1/2, which recorded four singles for Cameo Records in 1966 and 1967. On May 11, 2011, Conaway was found unconscious from what was initially described as an overdose of substances believed to be pain medication and was treated in Encino, California, where he was listed in critical condition. The actor was suffering not from a drug overdose but rather from pneumonia with sepsis, for which he was placed into an induced coma. On May 26, 2011, Conaway's family took him off life support after doctors determined they could do nothing to revive him. Conaway died the following morning at the age of 60. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia