Dr. Headwood (Damian Young), who was conspicuously absent in the Snowpiercer season 3 premiere, sparked speculation among fans. Rumors began to spread, and we are here to tell you what happened to Dr. Headwood on TNT’s show.
In the Snowpiercer Season 3 episode 2, Mr Wilford acknowledged the passengers who perished of influenza during the six-month gap between seasons 2 and 3. Characters who have died from the influenza virus because of this may be revealed in future episodes.
The coronavirus epidemic and the influenza plot are both easy to relate to. However, fans want to know what happened to Dr Headwood’s van.
Dr Headwood’s fate explored
Mr. Headwood, played by Damian Young in Snowpiercer, has been murdered off his role. He is said to have succumbed to the flu in the episode named “The Last to Go.”
He has a habit of being wacky and strange, so he’s perfect for the role of a mad scientist on Big Alice with his wife Sakina Jaffrey (Mrs. Headwood.) They collaborate on experiments for the Freeze together.
Dr. Headwood is survived by his wife, who is now Layton’s midwife and looks after him with the assistance of Dr. Zarah Ferami (Shiela Vand). Fans are starting to worry that other missing characters such as Jinju, Miles, and Dr. Klimpt might be dead because of the epidemic that killed off figures like Dr. Headwood. Because there was clearly a tsunami on the train, taking many people’s lives away.
Snowpiercer fans think Dr Headwood’s died
Season 3 of Snowpiercer was made during the COVID-19 epidemic, and there was also a deadly strain of influenza aboard the train. In episode two, when we saw Mrs. Headwood (Sakina Jaffrey) alone without her husband, fans became concerned. While she’s conversing with Wilford during his bath, he asks, “How are you managing without our dear, unfortunate Dr. Headwood?” She responds, “I believe he is still here, sir.”
Later in the series, when delivering a speech at the wedding of LJ (Annalise Basso) and Osweiller (Sam Otto), Wilford tells his audience the supposed cause of Mr Headwood’s death.
‘I understand that these have been cold, lonely miles of deprivation. And perseverance is demanding. You’ve endured frostbite and the loss of loved ones to influenza. They may now rest in peace,’ says Wilford as his wife Mrs Headwood clutches his shoes to her breast.