Jack O'Neill

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Jack O'Neill
Character of StargateStargate SG-1Stargate: ContinuumStargate AtlantisStargate Universe
Image of the character
Biographical informations
Full name Jonathan "Jack" O'Neill
Nationality American
Birth (1952-10-20) October 20, 1952 (age 64)[1]
Gender
Race Tau'ri
Species Human
Informations about family
Marriage Sara O'Neill (divorced)
Child Charlie O'Neill (deceased)
Socio-political informations
Occupation Military
Rank Lieutenant General
Allegiance Homeworld Command
Out of Stargate universe informations
Portrayed by Kurt Russell (Stargate)
Richard Dean Anderson (series)
Christopher Judge ("Holiday")
Michael Shanks ("Holiday")
First appearance Stargate

Lieutenant General Jack O'Neill is a US Air Force officer. In 1995, he leaded the First Abydos mission and defeated Ra with the help of Doctor Daniel Jackson. He retired soon after coming back home but after Apophis attack on Earth in 1997, he reactivated as a Colonel and became the first leader of SG-1, flagteam of Stargate Command. For seven years, he and his team managed to defeat the Goa'uld System Lords and the Replicators. After being promoted to Brigadier General in 2004, he became the head of Stargate Command for one year, allowing the settlement of the Atlantis expedition. Then after being once again promoted to Major General, he became responsible of Homeworld Command. In 2009, he was promoted to Lieutenant General.

Biography[edit]

Character's evolution[edit]

Stargate (1995)[edit]

An officer, Major Johnson comes to Jack O'Neill's house to see him and announce that he has been reactivated in the US Air Force.

Later, at the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, Colonel O'Neill announces to Catherine Langford and her research team that he is taking over the Stargate project. After the discovery of the seventh glyph by Doctor Daniel Jackson, O'Neill leads a recon mission on the newly discovered planet on the other side of the Stargate. The first official objective is to retreive the Stargate symbols to come back home, yet when Jackson states that he cannot come back without looking for a location for the symbols, he orders the building of a base camp around the pyramid. Meanwhile, he comes back into the pyramid and sets up a nuclear warhead. After pursuing Jackson who has been dragged through the sand by a local domestic animal, O'Neill, Kawalsky and Brown discover an open mine and a tribe of locals working on the mine.

Notes[edit]

  • The spelling of "O'Neill" is different in the movie; it is spelled "O'Neil" with one "l".

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Other Jack O'Neills[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. Stargate SG-1: "Entity" (4.20)
Facts about "Jack O'Neill"
AllegianceHomeworld Command +
Appears inStargate (movie) +, Stargate: Continuum +, Episode:Small Victories +, Episode:The Other Side +, Episode:Upgrades +, Episode:Crossroads +, Episode:Divide and Conquer +, Episode:Window of Opportunity +, Episode:Watergate +, Episode:The First Ones +, Episode:Scorched Earth +, Episode:Beneath the Surface +, Episode:Point of No Return +, Episode:Tangent +, Episode:The Curse +, Episode:The Serpent's Venom +, Episode:Chain Reaction +, Episode:2010 +, Episode:Absolute Power +, Episode:The Light +, Episode:Prodigy +, Episode:Entity +, Episode:Double Jeopardy +, Episode:Exodus +, Episode:Enemies +, Episode:Threshold +, Episode:Ascension +, Episode:The Fifth Man +, Episode:Red Sky +, Episode:Rite of Passage +, Episode:Beast of Burden +, Episode:The Tomb +, Episode:Between Two Fires +, Episode:2001 +, Episode:Desperate Measures +, Episode:Wormhole X-Treme! +, Episode:Proving Ground +, Episode:48 Hours +, Episode:Summit +, Episode:Last Stand +, Episode:Fail Safe +, Episode:The Warrior +, Episode:Menace +, Episode:The Sentinel +, Episode:Meridian +, Episode:Revelations +, Episode:Redemption, Part 1 +, Episode:Redemption, Part 2 +, Episode:Descent +, Episode:Frozen +, Episode:Abyss +, Episode:Shadow Play +, Episode:The Other Guys +, Episode:Allegiance +, Episode:Cure +, Episode:Prometheus +, Episode:Unnatural Selection +, Episode:Sight Unseen +, Episode:Smoke & Mirrors +, Episode:Paradise Lost +, Episode:Metamorphosis +, Episode:Forsaken +, Episode:The Changeling +, Episode:Memento +, Episode:Prophecy +, Episode:Full Circle +, Episode:Fallen +, Episode:Homecoming +, Episode:Fragile Balance +, Episode:Orpheus +, Episode:Revisions +, Episode:Lifeboat +, Episode:Enemy Mine +, Episode:Space Race +, Episode:Avenger 2.0 +, Episode:Birthright +, Episode:Evolution, Part 1 +, Episode:Evolution, Part 2 +, Episode:Grace +, Episode:Fallout +, Episode:Chimera +, Episode:Death Knell +, Episode:Heroes, Part 1 +, Episode:Heroes, Part 2 +, Episode:Lost City, Part 1 +, Episode:Lost City, Part 2 +, Episode:New Order, Part 2 +, Episode:Lockdown +, Episode:Zero Hour +, Episode:Icon +, Episode:Avatar +, Episode:Affinity +, Episode:Covenant +, Episode:Sacrifices +, Episode:Endgame +, Episode:Gemini +, Episode:Prometheus Unbound +, Episode:It's Good To Be King +, Episode:Full Alert +, Episode:Citizen Joe +, Episode:Reckoning, Part 1 +, Episode:Reckoning, Part 2 +, Episode:Threads +, Episode:Moebius, Part 1 +, Episode:Moebius, Part 2 +, Episode:Avalon, Part 1 +, Episode:Origin +, Episode:200 +, Episode:The Shroud +, Episode:Rising, Part 1 +, Episode:The Return, Part 1 +, Episode:The Return, Part 2 +, Episode:Air, Part 1 +, Episode:Air, Part 2 +, Episode:Air, Part 3 +, Episode:Earth +, Episode:Subversion + and Episode:Incursion, Part 1 +
Birth dateOctober 20, 1952 +
Character from the main realitytrue +
Ex-wifeSara O'Neill +
Former leader ofSG-1 +
Infobox imageJack O'Neill (Subversion).jpg +
Main character ofStargate (movie) +, Stargate SG-1 +, Episode:Children of the Gods +, Episode:The Enemy Within +, Episode:Emancipation +, Episode:The Broca Divide +, Episode:The First Commandment +, Episode:Cold Lazarus +, Episode:The Nox +, Episode:Brief Candle +, Episode:Thor's Hammer +, Episode:The Torment of Tantalus +, Episode:Bloodlines +, Episode:Fire and Water +, Episode:Hathor +, Episode:Singularity +, Episode:Cor-Ai +, Episode:Enigma +, Episode:Solitudes +, Episode:Tin Man +, Episode:There But For the Grace of God +, Episode:Politics +, Episode:Within the Serpent's Grasp +, Episode:The Serpent's Lair +, Episode:In the Line of Duty +, Episode:Prisoners +, Episode:The Gamekeeper +, Episode:Need +, Episode:Thor's Chariot +, Episode:Message in a Bottle +, Episode:Family +, Episode:Secrets +, Episode:Bane +, Episode:The Tok'ra, Part 1 +, Episode:The Tok'ra, Part 2 +, Episode:Spirits +, Episode:Touchstone +, Episode:The Fifth Race +, Episode:A Matter of Time +, Episode:Holiday +, Episode:Serpent's Song +, Episode:One False Step +, Episode:Show and Tell +, Episode:1969 +, Episode:Out of Mind +, Episode:Into the Fire +, Episode:Seth +, Episode:Fair Game +, Episode:Legacy +, Episode:Learning Curve +, Episode:Point of View +, Episode:Deadman Switch +, Episode:Demons +, Episode:Rules of Engagement +, Episode:Forever in a Day +, Episode:Past and Present +, Episode:Jolinar's Memories +, Episode:The Devil You Know +, Episode:Foothold +, Episode:Pretense +, Episode:Urgo +, Episode:A Hundred Days +, Episode:Shades of Grey +, Episode:New Ground +, Episode:Maternal Instinct +, Episode:Crystal Skull + and Episode:Nemesis +
Month-Day birthOctober 20 +
NameJack O'Neill +
NationalityAmerican +
Portrayed byKurt Russell +, Richard Dean Anderson +, Christopher Judge + and Michael Shanks +
RaceTau'ri +
RankLieutenant General +
Recurring character ofStargate Atlantis + and Stargate Universe +
SonCharlie O'Neill +
SpeciesHuman +
Supporting character ofStargate: Continuum +