Star Trek loses an icon

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Star Trek loses an icon

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Star Trek: Deep Space 9 loses an Icon ... uberjonois
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I loved the character Odo, but I had no idea he played Father Mulcahay as well. Obviously a better actor than I knew.
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I enjoyed his Odo and his portrayal Of Father Mulcahay in the movie Mash.Why he did not do it in the TV series I don't know, he would have been great.
Sorry to see him pass. :(
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