The Babylon Project
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“From the stars we came, to the stars we return, from now until the end of time; we therefore commit these bodies to the deep.”

A Dedication Page to those who have gone before us, that have "Gone Beyond the Rim."

1994[]

November 18, Peter Ledger (Conceptual Artist for the pilot)

1995[]

1996[]

1997[]

1998[]

April 12, Gregory McKinney (Walker Smith)

1999[]

April 28, John Stears (Special Effects Coordinator)

2000[]

2001[]

February 1, Tony Steedman (Dr. Everett Jacobs)

February 10, Lewis Arquette (General Smits)

December 16, Roy Brocksmith (Anla’Shok/ Brother Alwyn Macomber)

2002[]

August 16, Jeff Corey (Justin- the Shadow middle-man)

2003[]

June 7, Trevor Goddard (Trace)

November 5, Brian McDermott (Durhan)

2004[]

March 7, Paul Winfield (General Franklin)

April 25, Doug Hale (reporter Derek Mitchell)

May 22, Richard Biggs (Stephen Franklin)

September 24, Tim Chaote (Zathras/ Polix)

2005[]

February 5, Howard Block (camera operator)

2006[]

February 13, Andreas Katsulas (G'Kar)

September 14, Johnny Sekka (Dr. Benjamin Kyle)

2007[]

August 11, Richard Compton (Director)

December 21, John McPherson (Director)

2008[]

January 18, Lois Nettleton (Lady Daggair Mollari)

December 18, Majel Barrett (Lady Morella)

2009[]

April 27, J.J. Linsalata (2nd Assistant Director)

November 17, Edward Woodward (Techno-mage Alwyn & father of Peter Woodward/ Galen)

2010[]

July 15, Kip King (Leo Rosen)

2011[]

May 27, Jeff Conaway (Zach Allan)

October 6, Shirley Prestia (Barbara Cooper, a tourist in The Marketplace)

2012[]

January 2, Silvana Gallardo (Dr. Maya Hernandez)

January 12, Ian Abercrombie (Correlilmurzon)

September 10, Lance LeGault (Senator Jacob Redway)

September 15, Roger Hampton (merchant)

September 28, Michael O'Hare (Jeffrey Sinclair)

September 30, Turhan Bey (Emperor Turhan, Sech Turval)

October 13, Bundy Chanock (set medic)

2013[]

February 5, Robin Sachs (Hedronn/Coplann , Na’Kal, Na’Tok)

March 9, Fred V. Murphy (cinematographer)

March 13, Malachi Throne (Prime Minister Malachi)

June 29, Victor Lundin, (Psi Corps official)

July 31, Michael Ansara (Techno-mage Elric)

November 4, Brenan T. Baird (Kulan)

2014[]

March 14, Mark S. Turner (series painter)

May 2, Efrem Zimbalist Jr. (William Edgars)

July 28, James Shigeta (Taro Isogi)

August 14, Stephen Lee (Tharg)

2015[]

July 15, Aubrey Morris (Duncan)

July 21, Theodore Bikel (Rabbi Yossel Koslov & Anla'Shok'Na Lennon)

December 5, Diana R. Lupo (stuntwoman)

2016[]

March 21 Peter Brown (minister)

July 27, Jerry Doyle (Michael Garibaldi)

October 12, John Vulich (make-up creator & artist/ Pres of Optic Nerve Studios)

November 21, Ron Thornton (visual effects designer/ founder of Foundation Imaging)

2017[]

May 8, Curt Lowens (Varn/ The heart of the Great Machine of Epsilon III)

May 10, Douglas Netter (series executive producer)

June 16, Stephen Furst (Vir Cotto)

October 16, 2017, Roy Dotrice (Frederick Lantz, Ministry of Peace)

November 25, Rance Howard (David Sheridan/ John's father)

December 13, Bruce Gray (Interrogater #2)

Deptember 19, Bernie Casey (Derek Cranston)

2018[]

January 8, Marge Rowland (production accountant)

April 9, Soon-Tek Oh (Muta-Do)

June 28, Harlan Ellison (creative consultant, Sparky the computer voice, & Psi Cop)

2019[]

January 6, Morgan Shepard (Soul Hunter & G’Sten)

March 16, Larry DiTillio, (writer, Born to the Purple, Knives, GROPOS, A Spider in the Web, Eyes, TKO, Deathwalker)

December 2, Dorothy Catherine Fontana (writer, A Distant Star, Legacies, The War Prayer)

2020[]

2021[]

January 21, Mira Furlan (Delenn)

March 14, Henry Darrow (William Indiri)

March 24, Jessica Walter (Senator Elise Voudreau)


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