Adam Baldwin's death in Deadbolt

Adam Baldwin (1962 - )

Film Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Deadbolt (1992) [Alec Danz] Falls to his death when Justine Bateman knocks him through a skylight.
  • Eight Hundred Leagues Down the Amazon (1993) [Koja]: Falls to his death.
  • Digital Man (1995) [Captain West]: Shot in the chest by Ed Lauter.
  • Smoke Jumpers (1998) [Don Mackey]: Burned to death in a forest fire.
  • The Keyman: Finding Redemption (2002) [Chris Myers/Keyman]: Dies when a fiery beam falls on him.
  • Lady Jayne Killer (a.k.a. Betrayal) (2003) [Det. Mark Winston]: Shot by Julie du Paige while investigating the murders Julie's committed at the motel she's staying at.
  • Monster Makers (2003) [Sheriff Jay Forrest/Jason]: Playing a dual role, "Forrest" is 'erased' from existence after he whiteouts his description in the script. "Jason" survives the film. (This doesn't really count as a death but I'm putting it down just in case.)
  • Evil Eyes (2004) [Jeff Stenn]: Commits suicide by lighting himself on fire (off-screen). We only see him dousing himself with gasoline and lightning a match before the screen cuts to black.
  • The Thirst (2006) [Lenny]: Died and turned into a vampire (off-screen) before the film begins. He later bleeds to death when Matt Keeslar slits his throat after drinking Alicia Morton's blood (who is hemophilliac).
  • Sands of Oblivion (2007) [Jesse Carter]: Smothered/crushed to death by a giant wave of sand that the demon had set in motion while trying to capture Morena Baccarin.
  • Superman: Doomsday (2007; animated) [Superman/Superman Clone]: Superman dies of the wounds he received in the battle with Doomsday; he comes back to life later after his body is retrieved by his robot (Tom Kenny) and brought to the Fortress of Solitude. The clone dies after inhaling Kryptonite gas from a grenade thrown at him by the real Superman.
  • Insight (2011) [Dr. Graham Barrett]: Shot in the chest by Natalie Zea, to the horror of Sean Patrick Flannery. His fate is not shown on screen but it's heavily implied he died.
  • War of the Worlds: Goliath (2014; animated) [Wilson]: Incinerated by the alien's ray gun.
  • The Kid (2019) [Bob]: Shot in the head by Dane DeHaan.

TV Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • NBC Special: Out of Time (1985) [Otto Fromer] : Dies (off-screen) at sea before the story begins. It is implied his death is reversed after his interactions with Amy Locane and R.D. Robb and he dies of natural causes.
  • Trade Off (1995 TV Movie) [Thomas Hughes]: Dies from blood loss (off-screen) after being shot by Theresa Russell. (His fate is not shown but it's heavily implied).
  • Day Break: What If He Walks Away? (2007) [Chad Shelten]: Shot to death (off-screen), along with Moon Bloodgood, by Jonathan Banks in a hotel room; we learn of their deaths afterwards when Ian Anthony Dale and Mitch Pileggi show the crime-scene photos to Taye Diggs. 
  • Day Break: What If She's the Key? (2007) [Chad Shelten]: Shot to death (off-screen), along with Moon Bloodgood, by Jonathan Banks in a hotel room; when the time-loop cycle reoccurs; their deaths are prevented by Taye Diggs in the next cycle.
  • Sands of Time (2007) [Jesse Carter]: Buried alive in a sandstorm.
  • Transformers Prime: Crossfire (2012; animated) [Breakdown]: Sliced to pieces (off-screen) by Airachnid (Gina Torres). We only hear him scream and see the carnage after.

Video Game Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Mass Effect 2 (2010) [Kal’Reegar]: During Ash Sroka’s recruitment mission, Adam can die from enemy Geth fire if the player does not intervene in having Mark Meer/Jennifer Hale prevent Adam from making a suicidal charge against them. Otherwise, Adam can survive the game.
  • Mass Effect 3 (2012) [Kal’Reegar]: During the event Adam survives Mass Effect 2, Adam does not appear in the third game, where the story reveals he dies off-screen in battle during the Reaper War.

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