Friday, September 30, 2016

Liam Sullivan on BATTLESTAR GALACTICA ("The Gun on Ice Planet Zero")

Liam Sullivan plays the leader of the Clone Council
in a Deleted Scene from Battlestar Galactica
("The Gun on Ice Planet Zero")
The late Liam Sullivan (1923 - 1998) **almost** guest-starred in Battlestar Galactica ("The Gun on Ice Planet Zero").  Bits and pieces of his (unnamed) character can be seen in the Deleted Scenes for this episode on both the DVD and Blu-Ray releases.  Sullivan plays an elderly clone, roughly the same age as Dr. Ravashol and is the leader of a Clone Council.  Apollo meets with the Clone Council and asks for their help to destroy the pulsar.  In a later scene, Sullivan's character is shown conspiring with the Cylons.  All of Sullivan's scenes from this episode were Deleted - he can be seen in a crowd scene at the end of Part 2 as the warriors say their goodbyes but he doesn't have any dialogue.

The Clone Council - Deleted Scene from
Battlestar Galactica ("The Gun on Ice Planet Zero")


Liam Sullivan's character conspires with the Cylons -
Deleted Scene from Battlestar Galactica
("The Gun on Ice Planet Zero")
Liam Sullivan's only aired scene in Battlestar Galactica
("The Gun on Ice Planet Zero") - he has no dialogue.
Liam Sullivan guest-starred on some of the most famous sci-fi shows of all time, including Star Trek ("Plato's Stepchildren"), Lost in Space ("His Majesty Smith"), Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea ("Leviathan"), Logan's Run ("Crypt") and The Twilight Zone ("The Silence", "The Changing of the Guard").  Some photos below:

Liam Sullivan guest-stars on Star Trek
("Plato's Stepchildren")


Liam Sullivan guest-stars on Lost in Space
("His Majesty Smith")


Liam Sullivan guest-stars on Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
("Leviathan")


Liam Sullivan guest-stars on Logan's Run
("Crypt")

Liam Sullivan guest-stars on The Twilight Zone
("The Silence")

Battlestar Galactica is copyright (c) NBC / Universal; created by Glen A. Larson.

Star Trek - copyright (c) CBS / Paramount
Lost in Space - copyright (c) 20th Century Fox and Irwin Allen Productions
The Twilight Zone - copyright (c) CBS / Paramount

All photos are used for illustrative purposes only and are copyright the respective copyright holders.