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Babylon 5: the wonder that is Stephen Furst’s Vir Cotto

Jules-Pierre Malartre Jun 28, 2017

We salute a much-loved Babylon 5 character, played by the much-missed Stephen Furst...

A little less than a year ago, in the wake of Jerry Doyle’s passing, Babylon 5 creator J.M. Straczynski made a passionate plea to the universe; too many B5 alumni had died already. Following the untimely deaths of Michael O’Hare, Richard Biggs, Andreas Katsulas, Jeff Conaway, and more recently Jerry Doyle, Straczynski was “goddamned tired of it” and he asked the universe to “knock it off for a while”.

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Unfortunately, the universe didn’t listen since on June 16, Stephen Furst joined his fellow departed B5 co-stars on “the other side of the veil”.

Most will remember Furst as lovable Kent 'Flounder' Dorfman in the 1978 cult classic Animal House, but to sci-fi
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Jerry Doyle, ‘Babylon 5’ Star, Died of Chronic Alcoholism, Coroner Says

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Jerry Doyle, ‘Babylon 5’ Star, Died of Chronic Alcoholism, Coroner Says
Jerry Doyle, the “Babylon 5” actor and founder of the news platform EpicTimes, died as the result of chronic alcoholism, Clark County, Nevada, coroner ​​John Fudenberg told TheWrap on Wednesday. Doyle, who died at age 60 on July 27, died from complications from chronic alcoholism. His manner of death was deemed natural. The actor, whose credits also included “Moonlighting,” NYPD Blue,” “Jag” and “Beverly Hills, 90210,” was found unresponsive in his Las Vegas home on July 27. Also Read: Jerry Doyle, 'Babylon 5' Star and EpicTimes Founder, Dies at 60 In addition to his acting career, Doyle was also the host of a.
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'Babylon 5' Star Jerry Doyle -- Chronic Alcoholism Contributed to Death

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Jerry Doyle had a history of heavy drinking which played a role in his death ... TMZ has learned. The Clark County Coroner's Office tells us the "Babylon 5" actor died from natural causes, with complications from chronic alcoholism being a contributing factor. Jerry was working as the host of "The Jerry Doyle Show," a nationally syndicated radio talk show, before he died in July. He was 60.  Read more
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Remembering Jerry Doyle

Memories, pressed between the pages of my mindMemories, sweetened thru the ages just like wine- Mac DavisSince the terrible news broke of the sudden death of Jerry Doyle, my mind has been turning some of the pages of memory back to the times I had the honor and pleasure of meeting him. Over the years, I quickly learned that every individual is unique in their own ways, and believe me, Jerry Doyle was no exception.My first memories of Jerry were from Shore Leave in Maryland. We had arrived at the autograph line where he was signing, but we came up short time-wise. I had to go sit down due to a knee injury, leaving Jill there trying to get a print of a painting of the cast of "Babylon 5" signed by him.When the line closed, she asked him when he would be signing again. He quickly told
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Jerry Doyle 1956 - 2016

Louisa Mellor Jul 29, 2016

Bablyon 5's Jerry Doyle, who played Michael Garibaldi on the show, has sadly passed away at the age of 60

Sad, sad news today. Actor and radio host Jerry Doyle, fondly remembered in these parts for playing chief of security Michael Garibaldi in Babylon 5, has passed away.

Doyle played Chief Warrant Officer Garibaldi on the sci-fi show throughout its run, first appearing in 1993 TV movie Bablylon 5: The Gathering. His other small-screen appearances included guest spots in HomefrontRenegadeSliders and NYPD Blue. It was as the host of a nationally syndicated radio show that he found an enthusiastic audience in recent years.

His family made the announcement via his Facebook page, informing followers that the cause of his death was as yet unknown. A flood of tributes is steadily arriving there, many of them from fans praising his wit, thoughtfulness and kindness.

Our thoughts are with
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R.I.P. Jerry Doyle (1956 – 2016)

Reported on the BBC News is the sad story that actor Jerry Doyle of the Emmy Award winning television show Babylon 5 has passed away aged 60 years old.

Babylon 5 ran from 1993 – 1998 and Jerry Doyle starred as one of the show’s most favourite characters Security Officer Michael Garibaldi. He’d also starred in a number of other television programmes including Moonlighting, NYPD Blue and Beverly Hills 90210, and more recently he had hosted his own radio show Jerry Doyle Show which aired on the Talk Radio Network.

Already past co-stars of Jerry Doyle have begun to pay their respects, Claudia Christian tweeted that, “He was a brilliant man, a joy to work with…”

This and Bruce Boxleitner has tweeted, “I am so devastated at the news of the untimely death of my good friend @jerrydoyle.”

We at Flickering Myth wish his family and friends the most heartfelt condolences at this most painful time.
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Jerry Doyle Dies: ‘Bablylon 5’ Actor & Talk Radio Host Was 60

Jerry Doyle, a Libertarian talk radio host and actor best known for his 5-season long co-starring role on the cult science fiction series Babylon 5 died on Wednesday in his Las Vegas home. He was 60. His family made the news public via his official Twitter account. Born in Brooklyn in 1956, Doyle began his adult life intending to pursue a career as a pilot, obtaining a Bachelor’s in Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He made a living soon after as a…
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Babylon 5 Star Jerry Doyle Dead at 60

Babylon 5 Star Jerry Doyle Dead at 60
Jerry Doyle, Babylon 5’s security chief Michael Garibaldi, has died.

The actor’s Twitter account posted the news Thursday; the update did not include the cause of death.

The family of Jerry Doyle is sad to announce Jerry’s passing. The cause of death is unknown at this time.

Jerry Doyle (@jerrydoyle) July 28, 2016

TMZ reports that the actor was found unresponsive at his Las Vegas home on Wednesday, and that no foul play is suspected.

Doyle’s nearly 30-year career found him appearing on several TV series, including Moonlighting; Beverly Hills, 90210; Jag and NYPD Blue. But Garibaldi was Doyle’s most notable part,
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Jerry Doyle, Star of ‘Babylon 5,’ Dies at 60

Jerry Doyle, Star of ‘Babylon 5,’ Dies at 60
Jerry Doyle, best known as the star of the 90s sci-fi series “Babylon 5,” has died, according to his official Twitter account. Doyle was 60.

“The family of Jerry Doyle is sad to announce Jerry’s passing,” the tweet reads. “The cause of death is unknown at this time.”

Doyle starred in the 1993 TV movie “Babylon 5: The Gathering” as security officer Michael Garibaldi before becoming a staple in the spin-off TV series. “Babylon 5” kicked off in ’94 and ran a total of five seasons before wrapping in ’98. A year later, he starred in another made-for-tv movie as the same character, “Babylon 5: A Call to Arms.”

Doyle scored his first role on the TV series “Moonlighting,” alongside Bruce Willis and went on to receive credits in other series such as “NYPD Blue,” “Jag,” “Sliders,” “Martial Law” and “Beverly Hills, 90210.”

Aside from acting, Doyle hosted a syndicated radio talk show, the “Jerry Doyle Show,” on
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Jerry Doyle, ‘Babylon 5’ Star and EpicTimes Founder, Dies at 60

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Jerry Doyle, ‘Babylon 5’ Star and EpicTimes Founder, Dies at 60
Jerry Doyle, known for his role on science fiction TV series “Babylon 5” and for founding EpicTimes, has died, his family announced on Thursday. He was 60. TMZ reported Doyle, who was also the host of a nationally syndicated talk radio show, was found unresponsive in his Las Vegas home on Wednesday afternoon. Cause of death is not yet known. However, Clark County, Nevada, coroner John Fudenberg told TheWrap that foul play is not suspected. Fudenberg added that the autopsy has been completed, and results should be available in six to eight weeks. Also Read: Tim Lahaye, 'Left Behind' Author,
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'Babylon 5' Star Jerry Doyle -- Dead at 60

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Jerry Doyle -- best known for his role on "Babylon 5" -- died Wednesday ... TMZ has learned. Sources tell us ... a call was made to his Las Vegas home yesterday afternoon after he was found unresponsive. It's unclear how the political radio talk show host and actor died ... but we're told no foul play is suspected. An autopsy is pending. Jerry starred as security officer Michael Garibaldi from 1994 to 1998 and was married to co-star Andrea Thompson
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CNN Mistakes San Antonio Spurs' Lamarcus Aldridge for Lamar Odom During Live Coverage

Oops. CNN mistakenly showed a photo of Lamarcus Aldridge while doing live coverage of Lamar Odom’s hospitalization on Thursday, Oct. 15. The Internet was quick to point out their mistake. “CNN mistakes Lamarcus Aldridge for #LamarOdom…Unemployment line just got one person longer,” radio host Jerry Doyle tweeted, while another tweeted: “Lamar/Lamarcus same thing CNN.” Sports Illustrated writer Chris Mannix added: “Good god, CNN.” Aldridge, for his part, has yet to address the snafu. The former Lakers player, who remains in critical condition at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas, had been partying [...]
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Comic Con 2015 Saturday Schedule

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Comic Con 2015 Saturday Schedule
San Diego Comic-Con 2015 has released their full schedule for Saturday, July 11. For your convenience, we have pulled out all of the movie, TV and DVD related panels and events below, but you can can visit to check out the full schedule including comic book and video game panels. Take a look at all of the movie, TV and DVD events that will take place during the first day of Comic Con.

10:00am - 11:00am SpongeBob SquarePants

The cast of SpongeBob is back! All your Bikini Bottom favorites are on hand to perform Idiot Box at a live table read as chosen by the fans online. Featuring Tom Kenny (SpongeBob), Bill Fagerbakke (Patrick Star), Rodger Bumpass (Squidward), and Dee Bradley Baker (all other Biukini Bottomites.. Following the performance will be a Q&A with the cast and creative director, Vincent Waller. Plus, a sneak peek at a
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Babylon 5: 14 alternatives to a straight reboot

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There are plenty of interesting directions a return to the Babylon 5 universe could take. Here are a few suggestions...

I read somewhere that J.M. Straczynski writes every day. That’s not surprising given his extensive body of work for television, motion pictures, novels and comics. He is best known for Babylon 5, of course. I remember what a lot of people used to say about Babylon 5, “How much can happen on a space station?” Well, a lot actually! And after five seasons of the original series, a bunch of made-for-tv movies and a couple of spin-offs, there are still plenty of stories left to tell.

That is why I was excited recently to read that Joe (apparently, he thinks you’re cool if you just call him Joe) was going back to work on Babylon 5. My excitement soon turned to dread when I found out that
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Changed Man

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J. Michael Straczynski has carved out a prolific career as a TV writer-producer, creating science-fiction phenomenon Babylon 5, and cult classic Jeremiah. He's also a popular comic book scribe, having penned adventures for such iconic characters as Spider-Man, Thor, and the Fantastic Four. But 2008 marks a new stage in the career of the man who is affectionately known by his passionate fan base simply as Jms.Straczynski's feature script, Changeling, is now a major motion picture that's expected to be a key player in this year's awards season. The film, which was directed by Clint Eastwood and stars Angelina Jolie, chronicles the true story of Christine Collins, a '20s-era single mother who becomes enmeshed in a web of political corruption when she tries to find her kidnapped son. Currently, Straczynski is working on a slew of high-profile projects, including scripts for the Paul Greengrass–helmed They Marched Into Sunlight
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