Katsulas in 2000
May 18, 1946
|Died||February 13, 2006 (aged 59)|
Andrew Katsulas[needs IPA] (May 18, 1946 – February 13, 2006), known professionally as Andreas Katsulas, was an American film and television actor who portrayed G'Kar on American science fiction television series Babylon 5.
Life and career
Born in St. Louis, Missouri to a working-class Greek American family, Katsulas earned a master's degree in theatre from Indiana University. From 1971 to 1986, he toured with Peter Brook's International Theatre Company, performing improvisational and prepared theater pieces. In 1981 and 1982, he appeared on the CBS daytime drama (soap opera) Guiding Light as Lucien Goff.
Katsulas appeared in various films, including The Sicilian, Next of Kin, Someone to Watch Over Me, Sunset, Hot Shots! Part Deux, and Executive Decision. He played the one-armed villain Sykes in The Fugitive (1993).
A lifelong smoker, Katsulas died of lung cancer on February 13, 2006, at the age of 59. He was survived by his wife, Gilla Nissan Katsulas, and his two children from a previous marriage, Michael and Katherine.
|1960||I avgi tou thriamvou|
|1963||O ippolytos kai to violi tou|
|1979||Série noire||Andreas Tikides|
|Mesure pour mesure||Claudio||TV film|
|1982||A Midsummer Night's Dream||Snout||TV film|
|1984||Nothing Lasts Forever||Lunar Shopping Observer|
|1986||Agent on Ice||Ray Donnelli|
|1987||Someone to Watch Over Me||Joey Venza|
|1988||Steal the Sky||Colonel Gemayel||TV film|
|1989||Next of Kin||John Isabella|
|The Neon Empire||Vito||TV film|
|1990||The Death of the Incredible Hulk||Kasha||TV film|
|Murder Times Seven||Marco Volatile||TV film|
|Write to Kill||Chambliss|
|1992||Blame It on the Bellboy||Scarpa|
|1993||Babylon 5: The Gathering||Citizen G'Kar||TV film|
|The Fugitive||Fredrick Sykes|
|Hot Shots! Part Deux||Rufshaad|
|Seduction: Three Tales from the Inner Sanctum||Frank||TV film|
|New York Cop||Ferrara||TV film|
|Painted Desert||Franco Vitalli|
|1996||Executive Decision||El Sayed Jaffa|
|1997||Path to Paradise||Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman||TV film|
|1998||Babylon 5: In the Beginning||Citizen G'Kar||TV film|
|2000||A Piece of Eden||Giuseppe Tredici|
|2002||Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers||Citizen G'Kar||TV film|
|1981||Another World||Dock Site Guard||Episode: "4381"|
|1982||American Playhouse||Markos||Episode: "Kings of America"|
|ABC Afterschool Special||Zachary Pscharapolus||Episode: "A Very Delicate Matter"|
|Guiding Light||Lucien Goff||1 episode|
|1987||L'heure Simenon||Le 'Yougo'||Episode: "Un nouveau dans la ville"|
|1987–88||Max Headroom||Mr. Bartlett||3 episodes|
|1988||The Equalizer||Warren Briggs||Episode: "Video Games"|
|Houston Knights||Episode: Cajun Spice|
|Crime Story||Government Agent||Episode: "Pauli Taglia's Dream"|
|1989||Father Dowling Mysteries||Assistant D.A. Douglas|
|Alien Nation||Koulak||Episode: The Game|
|1989–1994||Star Trek: The Next Generation||Commander Tomalak||4 episodes|
|1990||Jake and the Fatman||Everett Ashford||Episode: "You Turned the Tables on Me"|
|Mancuso, F.B.I.||Episode: "Ahami Awry Kidnapped"|
|Capital News||Episode: "Blues for Mr. White"|
|Hunter||Nikolai Janosch / Arno Kudriescu||2 episodes|
|Murder, She Wrote||Jerry Pappas||Episode: A Killing in Vegas|
|1994||Diagnosis: Murder||DEA Agent||Episode: "The Plague"|
|1994–1998||Babylon 5||Citizen G'Kar||109 episodes|
|1997||The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest||The Robot Spies (voice)||Animated series|
|1999||Millennium||Moses Gourevitch||Episode: Forcing the End|
|2003||NYPD Blue||Ron Szudarek||Episode: Shear Stupidity|
|Primal||Scree (voice)||Video game|
|Star Trek: Enterprise||Vissian Captain Drennik||Episode: Cogenitor|
|2006||Splinter Cell: Double Agent||Additional voices||Video game|
- Stanton, Barry W. (January 7, 2018). "What Happened to Andreas Katsulas?". Gazette.com. Retrieved May 5, 2019.
- "Andreas Katsulas, 59; Had Roles on 'Babylon 5' and in 'The Fugitive' Film". Los Angeles Times. February 21, 2006. Retrieved May 5, 2019.
- Hayward, Anthony (April 29, 2006). "Andreas Katsulas". Independent. Retrieved April 5, 2019.
- "The Fugitive actor dies". News24. February 23, 2006. Retrieved May 5, 2019.