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Coe played Pat Fremont whose granddaughter gets possessed in the Season 3 finale “No Rest For the Wicked." Coe appeared in "The Mighty Ducks," "The Stepford Wives," and "Transformers: Dark of the Moon," all while fighting a two-decades-long battle with lymphoma, and passed away in 2015, at the age of 86.
George Coe
Not many people get the drop on Sam Winchester, and even fewer are of the human variety but Don Sinclair Davis' Season 4 character Trotter manages to hold him at gunpoint in "Sin City." Davis who also appeared in "The X-Files," "Twin Peaks," and "A League of Their Own" suffered a heart attack at 65 years old, causing his death in 2008.
Don Sinclair Davis
Drago portrayed one of the creepiest “Supernatural” villains Doc Benton. In 2019, the "Untouchables" and "Delta Force 2" alum suffered a stroke, leading to his death at 72. A true horror legend, fans might recognize him from his reptilian stint on "Charmed" or his appearance in "Tremors 4."
Billy Drago
Besides playing elderly Dean, Everett had a long stint on the show "Medical Center" before landing a role in "Airplane II: The Sequel." Everett died in 2012 at age 75, over a year after his lung cancer diagnosis. Many actors have played Dean Winchester at different stages of his life, but only Everett came close to matching Ackles' iconic portraya
Chad Everett
Holland's last role centered around the H.P. Lovecraft mythos, as his character's mother is possessed by an invisible creature that Lovecraft unknowingly unleashed. With a long and storied acting career, Holland made a name for himself on shows like "MacGyver," "Battlestar Galactica," and "Eureka." He passed away at the age of 95 in 2015.
Anthony Holland