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"Babylon 5" creator J. Michael Straczynski announced the news via his Facebook fan page on September 28, writing: "I regret that I must convey the sad news that Michael O'Hare passed away today. He suffered a heart attack on Sunday and was in a coma until his passing this afternoon. This is a terrible loss for all B5 fans and everyone involved with the show wishes to convey their condolences to the O'Hare family. He was an amazing man."
O'Hare starred as Commander Jeffrey Sinclair on the sci-fi show's first season, before leaving the series in what Straczynski described as a "mutual, amicable, and friendly separation," occasionally returning to reprise the role in Seasons 2 and 3.
Largely absent from TV in recent years, O'Hare's »
- Laura Prudom
Michael O'Hare, who starred as Commander Jeffrey Sinclair on the first season of the sci-fi series Babylon 5, died Friday after suffering a heart attack five days earlier. He was 60. “This is a terrible loss for all B5 fans, and everyone involved with the show wishes to convey their condolences to the O'Hare family,” series creator J. Michael Straczynski wrote on his Facebook page. “He was an amazing man.” O'Hare left the show after the first season (Straczynski at the time called it a "mutual, amicable and friendly separation," with the star being ostensibly replaced
- Mike Barnes
Michael O'Hare, who played Cmdr. Jeffrey Sinclair during a single season of "Babylon 5" only to reprise the character a few times in later seasons, has died. He was 60. J. Michael Straczynski, the creator of "Babylon 5," announced O'Hare's death Friday, adding that he had suffered a heart attack last week, and had been in a coma ever since. O'Hare was a character actor who appeared in a number of shows in the 1980s and 1990, including "Tales from the Dark Side," "L.A. Law" and "The Equalizer." He first joined the pilot of "Babylon 5" as Cmdr. Jeffrey Sinclair, who came from a long line of fighter pilots and was born on the Mars Colony. However, after the first season of "Babylon 5," Straczynski decided there needed to be a change at the top, and wrote out O'Hare's Sinclair and instead »
3 items from 2012
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