Colm Meany dead in Star Trek-The Next Generation-The Mind's Eye

Colm Meaney dead in Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Mind's Eye

Colm Meaney (1953 - )

Film Deaths:Edit

  • Die Hard 2 (Die Hard 2: Die Harder) (1990) [Windsor Plane Pilot]: Killed seemingly along with everyone else onboard after William Sadler causes their plane to crash by altering their landing patten and turning off the lights on the runway at the last minute, causing Meaney to crash the plane. Only the explosion is seen in the aftermath as Bruce Willis fails to stop it.
  • Far and Away (1992) [Kelly]: Killed presumably in an argument.
  • Into the West (1992) [Barreller]: Killed presumably in a struggle.
  • Monument Ave. (1998) (Snitch, Noose, Talk of the Town) [Jackie O'Hara]: Killed in a fight/shootout with mobsters.
  • Three and Out (2008) [Tommy]: Hit by a train driven by Mackenzie Crook when he purposely steps onto the tracks (with Crook stopping but then speeding up). He appears as a ghost to Crook (possibly a figment of his imagination) at the end of the film.
  • Unnatural Causes (Clean Break) (2008) [Trevor Jones]: Shot repeatedly in the back by a corrupt cop (presumably Francesc Garrido).
  • The Damned United (2009) [Don Reive]: Dies (off screen) of motor neurone disease years after the story ends; his death is mentioned in end credits text.
  • Soldiers of Fortune (2012) [Carter Mason]: Stabbed in the back at the end of a knife fight with Christian Slater.
  • The Devil's Hand (2014) [Elder Beacon]: Disemboweled by Alycia Debnam-Carey (off-screen); the film cuts to black as Alycia plunges her hand into Colm.

Television Deaths:Edit

  • Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Mind's Eye (1991) [Chief Miles O'Brien]: Shot with a phaser weapon by a brainwashed LeVar Burton in a holographic simulation under John Fleck's instructions. He survives the episode in reality.
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Armageddon Game (1994) [Chief Miles O'Brien]: Appears to have been vaporized by an accidentally activated security program, along with Alexander Siddig and others in a security recording presented to Avery Brooks by Peter White and Darleen Carr. In truth, the recording was false (to cover up their attempt to kill them).
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Whispers (1994) [Chief Miles O'Brien / Replicant Miles O'Brien]: Playing a dual role as O'Brien and a "replicant"; The "replicant" is shot repeatedly by Paradan rebels. He dies while talking to the real "O'Brien"
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation: All Good Things... (1994) [Chief Miles O'Brien]: Killed in an explosion, along with everyone else aboard, when the "past" Enterprise is destroyed while attempting to collapse the anti-time anomaly. He, along with everyone else, is restored to the proper timeline by John de Lancie after the anomaly is collapsed.
  • Scarlett (1994; miniseries) [Father Colum O'Hara]: Shot by Sean Bean.
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Visionary (1995) [Chief Miles O'Brien]: His future self is shot in the chest by a laser beam hidden behind an access panel by Klingon saboteurs as his past self witnesses the death and goes back to prevent it. Later he dies of radiation poisoning due to the side effects of traveling through time, after he travels several hours into an alternate future. His future self goes back instead, taking his place.
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Distant Voices (1995) [Chief Miles O'Brien]: Playing the personification of Alexander Siddig's doubt in Siddig's coma-induced hallucination, Colm is killed (exact method unclear, as this is a dream) by Victor Rivers.
  • Childhood's End (2015 TV) [Hugo Wainwright]: Commits suicide by hanging himself (off-screen) when his resistance effort against alien overlords is foiled, his body is discovered by Mike Vogel
  • Hell on Wheels: Gambit (2016) [Thomas 'Doc' Durant]: In a flash forward scene, he dies of old age/heart attack while writing a letter.

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