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Martinsheen

Martin Sheen in The Departed

Martin Sheen (1940 - )

Film DeathsEdit

  • Badlands (1973) [Kit Carruthers]: Executed (off-screen) in the electric chair. (Thanks to Robert)
  • The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976) [Frank Hallet]: Poisoned when Jodie Foster serves him tea laced with cyanide; the movie ends as he begins to cough violently.
  • The Dead Zone (1983) [Greg Stillson]: Commits suicide (off-camera) by shooting himself in the head after his political career is ruined; shown in Christopher Walken's vision of the future. (Thanks to Fearless Vampire Killer)
  • Dillinger and Capone (1995; video) [John Dillinger]: He's not shown dying on-screen but an end title card reads as claiming F.B.I. records confirmed him as later being shot to death outside a Chicago theater on July 22th, 1934. (Note: Martin was 55 years old at the time of making it, the real John Dillinger was only 31 when he was gunned down).
  • Storm (1999) [General James Roberts]: Killed by Luke Perry. (Thanks to ND)

TV DeathsEdit

  • Kennedy (1983 TV mini-series) [John F. Kennedy]: Shot in the throat and head, while riding in his motorcade beside Blair Brown. He is later pronounced dead by the doctors (whom try to save him) in the hospital. (Thanks to Robert)
  • The Fourth Wise Man (1985 TV) [Artaban]: Dies of natural causes in Jesus Christ's arms. (Jesus' face is never shown in the film, though His voice was provided by James Farentino.) (Thanks to Fearless Vampire Killer)
  • Babylon 5: River of Souls (1998) [Soul Hunter]: Sacrifices his body by transferring his soul to the container with the other souls he had mistakenly collected.

Video Game DeathsEdit

  • Mass Effect 3 (2012) [The Illusive Man]: Depending on the player's choices, Martin can either commit suicide by gunshot to the head after realizing that the Reapers have indoctrinated him, or he can be shot in the chest by Mark Meer/Jennifer Hale while trying to kill Keith David.

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