Star Trek: Enterprise: Living or Dead?

Which cast members of television series Star Trek: Enterprise have died?

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Star Trek: Enterprise

Seasons 4
Episodes 98
Correction?
Star Trek: Enterprise
Star Trek: Enterprise
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About Star Trek: Enterprise

Star Trek: Enterprise (titled simply Enterprise until the third episode of season three) is an American science fiction television series created by Rick Berman and Brannon Braga as a prequel to Star Trek: The Original Series. It originally aired from September 26, 2001 to May 13, 2005 on UPN, spanning 98 episodes across four seasons. Set in the 22nd century 100 years before the USS Enterprise's five-year mission, the series follows the adventures of the crew of the first Warp 5 capable Starfleet starship, Enterprise (registration NX-01), as they explore the galaxy. An ongoing storyline, referred to as the Temporal Cold War, continued through the third season, in which forces from the future attempted to manipulate events in the present. In the third season, an escalation of this campaign introduced the Xindi and dealt with the repercussions of their attack on Earth. After being asked to produce a fifth Star Trek series by UPN, Braga and Berman sought to create a more basic and relatable series set after the 21st century events of the film Star Trek: First Contact. The episodes concentrated on a core trio of characters: Captain Jonathan Archer (played by Scott Bakula), Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker III (played by Connor Trinneer) and Sub-commander T'Pol (played by Jolene Blalock). It was filmed on the Paramount lot in Los Angeles, California, on the same stages that had housed the Star Trek series and films since the abandoned Star Trek: Phase II in the late 1970s. In addition to dropping the Star Trek prefix, Enterprise used the pop-influenced song "Where My Heart Will Take Me" (performed by Russell Watson) as its theme. Enterprise has elements of a straightforward prequel to the original Star Trek series, but it also had elements of a sequel to it. At the start of the second season, Braga said that the "Temporal Cold War" storyline would continue to be included if viewers were still interested, but later described it as "strangulating".

Other cast and crew

The following people were involved in the making of Star Trek: Enterprise:

Stephanie Niznik
American actress
Dead
Joanna Cassidy
American actress
Alive
Keith Carradine
American actor
Alive
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
American actor
Alive
Renée Elise Goldsberry
American actress
Alive
René Auberjonois
American film, television, and theater actor
Alive
Paula Malcomson
Northern Irish actress
Alive
Golden Brooks
American actress
Alive
Fionnula Flanagan
Irish actress
Alive
Ann Cusack
American actress
Alive
Clint Howard
American actor
Alive
Daniel Dae Kim
Korean-American actor
Alive
Kristin Bauer van Straten
American film and television actress
Alive
Patrick Fischler
American actor
Alive
Melinda Clarke
American actress
Alive
Jim Beaver
American actor
Alive
Keith Szarabajka
American actor
Alive
Annie Wersching
American actress
Alive
D. C. Douglas
American actor, voice actor and film director
Alive
Emily Bergl
English-American actress
Alive
Barbara Tarbuck
American actress
Dead
James Avery
American actor
Dead
Brent Spiner
actor
Alive
Brigid Brannagh
American actress
Alive
Bruce Davison
American actor
Alive
Melinda Page Hamilton
American actress
Alive
Suzie Plakson
American actress, writer and sculptor
Alive
Kate McNeil
American actress
Alive
Lisa Thornhill
American actress
Alive
Mary Mara
American actress
Alive
Jeffrey Combs
American actor (born 1954)
Alive
Richard Riehle
American actor
Alive
Sam Witwer
American actor and musician
Alive
Stephen McHattie
Canadian actor
Alive
Brian Thompson
actor
Alive
Michael Ensign
American actor
Alive
Casey Biggs
American actor
Alive
Roger Cross
Jamaican-Canadian actor
Alive
Erick Avari
Indian actor
Alive
Robert Duncan McNeill
American actor and director
Alive
Mark Moses
American actor
Alive
Mark Rolston
American actor
Alive
Gregg Henry
American theatre, film and television character actor and rock, blues and country musician
Alive
Keone Young
American actor
Alive
Michael Nouri
American actor
Alive
Wade Williams
American actor
Alive
Dennis Christopher
American actor
Alive
Andreas Katsulas
actor
Dead
Leland Orser
American actor
Alive
Philip Anthony-Rodriguez
American actor
Alive
Cullen Douglas
American actor and screenwriter
Alive
Enrique Murciano
American actor
Alive
David Sobolov
Canadian actor
Alive
Maury Sterling
American actor
Alive
Lee Arenberg
American actor
Alive
Harry Groener
actor
Alive
Matt Winston
American actor
Alive
Bruce Thomas
American actor
Alive
Marc Worden
Canadian actor
Alive
Paul Rae
American actor
Alive
Kaj-Erik Eriksen
Canadian actor
Alive