Armin Shimerman in Dead & Deader

Armin Shimerman (1949 -)

Movie Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Arena (1989) [Weezil]: Falls to his death (having been electrocuted) after a fight on a catwalk with Hamilton Camp (Armin is wearing heavy alien makeup for the role).
  • Death Warrant (1990) [Dr. Gottesman]: Dissected off-camera by a mob of convicts (the scene ends as he runs into a group who surrounds him stating it's time for surgery)
  • Dead & Deader (2006) [Coroner Flutie]: Bitten by one of the zombies; he later reappears as a zombie himself.

Television Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Body Parts (1996) [Quark]: In a holographic simulation, his neck is snapped by Andrew Robinson after the real Armin (who survives the episode) hires Andrew to kill him to pay off a debt to Jeffrey Combs.

Video Game Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Jade Empire (2005) [Emperor Sun Hai/Abbot Song] Playing a dual role, Water Monk Abbot Song was killed off-screen by Barry Dennen while trying to protect the player character as an infant, later serving as a ghost and guide for the player in the afterlife portion of the game. Sun Hai is killed by the player in a martial arts fight.
  • BioShock (2007) [Andrew Ryan]: Allows himself to be beaten to death with a golf club by the player character, having ordered you to do so via Karl Hanover 's mind-control programming.
  • Mass Effect (2008) [Fai Dan/Councilor Valern]: Playing a dual role, "Fai Dan" commits suicide by shooting himself in the head to prevent himself from killing the player while under the influence of the Thorian's mental control. "Councillor Valern" will be killed in Sovereign's attack on the Citadel if the player does not rescue the Council.
  • Mass Effect 3 (2012) [Councilor Valern]: Shot dead by Troy Baker in the Cerberus coup if Keythe Farley or George Szilagyi aren't there to stop him. In the event that he survives, Amin can also die in two of the game's endings: (Destroy), in which he and everyone else in the galaxy are wiped out along with the Reapers if not enough war assets have been acquired; (Refusal) in which he is killed along all other advanced life-forms in the galaxy by the Reapers.

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