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Kate Mulgrew (1955 - )

 Film Death: Edit

  • Lovespell (1981) [Isolt]: Fatally injured when she suicidally jumps off a cliff; she dies while holding hands with the mortally wounded Nicholas Clay (who dies at the same time).

 Television Deaths: Edit

  • A Time for Miracles (1980; TV film) [Mother Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton]: Dies of tuberculosis (I've never seen this film, so I don't know if her death is shown).
  • Star Trek: Voyager: Deadlock (1996) [Captain Kathryn Janeway]: Playing a dual role as two 'Janeways' (after Voyager is split into two separate ships), one 'Janeway' is killed in an explosion, along with her crew, when they destroy the ship as the alien Vidiians are boarding it (the other 'Janeway' survives).
  • Star Trek: Voyager: Before and After (1997) [Captain Kathryn Janeway]: Killed, along with Roxann Dawson, when a control panel explodes while they're standing next to it, while the ship is being attacked by the alien Krenim. Their deaths are undone when Jennifer Lien goes back in time to warn them.
  • Star Trek: Voyager: Worst Case Scenario (1997) [Captain Kathryn Janeway]: Playing both the regular "Janeway" and a holographic version, the hologram is killed when her phaser rifle malfunctions.
  • Star Trek: Voyager: Year of Hell, Part II (1997) [Captain Kathryn Janeway]: Killed when she crashes Voyager into the Kremin time ship. The destruction of the time ships resets the timeline, undoing Kate's death.
  • Star Trek: Voyager: Timeless (1998) [Captain Kathryn Janeway]: Killed when Voyager crash lands on a frozen planet. Her frozen body is seen when Robert Beltran explores the frozen bridge. Her death is undone when Garrett Wang successfully prevents the disaster and alters the timeline.
  • Star Trek: Voyager: Course: Oblivion (1999) [Captain Kathryn Janeway]: Playing a 'biomimetic copy" of her regular character, the copy succumbs to the radiation from an enhanced warp drive that isn't harmful to humans, but is fatal to the copies.
  • Star Trek: Voyager: Endgame (2001) [Captain/Admiral Kathryn Janeway]: Playing two versions of her regular character, "Admiral Janeway" is killed when she allows herself to be assimilated by the Borg after being infected by a virus capable of harming the Borg. "Captain Janeway" survives the episode.
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