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Hera Agathon - Battlestar Galactica

Hera Agathon from Battlestar Galactica played by Iliana Gomez-Martinez.

Hera Agathon is a fictional female Human-Cylon in the Battlestar Galactica television series who was played on screen by Iliana Gomez-Martinez. Hera is the child of Lieutenant Karl Agathon ( Helo ) and Lieutenant Sharon Valerii who consummated whilst on Caprica when Karl stayed behind so he could give up his seat for Doctor Gaius Baltar. The Boomer clone wasn't the clone who had infiltrated the Galactica fleet.

When Hera was born, it was decided by senior members of the fleet that the child should be hidden. The baby's death was faked and the child given to a woman who couldn't have children to look after.

During the liberation of New Caprica, the child was discovered by the Cylons and taken back to the basestar. Her existence was only confirmed when the real Boomer sought sanctuary onboard the Galactica. A commando raid involving Helo was launched on the basestar with the intention of rescuing Hera and it was successful.

Lt Athena (Hera's Mum) and President Laura Roslin kept having the same reoccurring dream of chasing after Hera along the corridors of Galactica. The dream takes place in an Opera House and ends with Gauis Baltar and a Number Six clone stepping through a group of doors with them closing behind them.

During one day when Athena is looking after her daughter, Hera escapes from their living quarters and runs off down the corridor. Natalie, a Number Six clone who has sided with the Galactica picks up Hera at which point, Athena shoots and kills Natalie. Athena is arrested and put in the brig.

The dream actually foretells what happens at the end of the series where all the final five clones are standing together on the bridge, heralding peace between the two factions.

Hera Agathon Facts


Gender/SexFemale
Alien RaceHuman-Cylon
ActorIliana Gomez-Martinez
Last UpdatedSaturday, June 22, 2019

Copyright: Vivendi Universal


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