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Bill Hader in Pineapple Express

Bill Hader (1978 - )

Film DeathsEdit

  • Pineapple Express (2008) [Private Miller]: Shot to death (off-camera) by soldiers after James Remar orders Bill to be "disposed of." We hear the shot while James is on the phone. (Played for comic effect.)
  • Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) [Voice of the U.S.S. Vengeance]: Destroyed when Karl Urban tricks Benedict Cumberbatch into beaming some of Kahn's people in unconscious containers on-board, not knowing that Urban and the crew have rigged the containers with explosive devices. Cumberbatch later crashes the ship onto Earth by Starfleet headquarters, destroying various buildings and claiming many civilian lives. (While Hader is being the computer voice of a destroyed spaceship entity, this is listed for completion purposes.)
  • 22 Jump Street (2014) [Culinary School Villain]: Impaled through the chest with a knife thrown by Channing Tatum after Hader discovers Jonah Hill and Tatum are cops in the fake sequel within the film's end credits. (Played for Comic Effect).
  • Sausage Party (2016) [Firewater / Tequila / El Guaco] Bill plays three voices in the film. "Tequila" is shattered into dozens of pieces when Nick Kroll breaks him. 

TV DeathsEdit

  • Saturday Night Live (September 30, 2006) [Various Characters]: In the "Cubicle Fight" sketch, he is stabbed to death at the end of a fight with Dane Cook. (Played for comic effect.)
  • Saturday Night Live (February 24, 2007) [Various Characters]: In the "Business Meeting" sketch, Bill is killed in an explosion, along with everyone else in Rainn Wilson's office, after Wilson gets a phone call that announces a bomb is in the office building. (Played for comedic effect.)
  • Saturday Night Live (April 14, 2007) [Various Characters]: In the "Dear Sister" sketch, he is shot by Andy Samberg; he manages to shoot Andy and Kristen Wiig several times before dying. (Played for comic effect.)
  • Drunk History: Atlanta (2013) [John Pemberton]: Dies of stomach cancer. The scene was narrated by an intoxicated Jenny Slate. (Played for comedic effect.)

Notable connectionsEdit

  • Mr. Maggie Carey (director).
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