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Billy Bob Thornton in Fargo: Morton's Fork

Billy Bob Thornton (1955 - )

Film Deaths:[]

  • Chopper Chicks in Zombietown (Cycle Sluts) (1989) [Tommy]: Shot in the stomach by Don Calfa in Don's mortuary, after Billy Bob and Jamie Rose discover a couple of zombies. After being locked in the freezer, Jamie holds Billy Bob's face up to the window to lure the zombie Whitney Reis into opening the door. (Thanks to L. and Lloyd Kaufman)
  • One False Move (1992) [Ray Malcolm]: Shot to death in a gunfight with Bill Paxton.
  • Blood In, Blood Out: Bound by Honor (1993) [Lightning]: Strangled by a gang member during a prison riot. (Thanks to L.)
  • Trouble Bound (1993) [Coldface]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with police. (Thanks to L)
  • On Deadly Ground (1994) [Homer Carlton]: Killed in an explosion (along with his partner) set by Steven Seagal (when he fires at a elevator containing a bomb, which knocks him on fire off a platform). (Thanks to L)
  • Dead Man (1995) [Big George Drakoulious]: Throat slit by Gary Farmer. (Thanks to L.)
  • The Winner (1996) [Jack]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Frank Whaley in the casino. (Thanks to L)
  • A Gun, a Car, a Blonde (1997) [Syd/Monk]: Shot in the chest by Jim Metzler after Billy Bob shoots Andrea Thompson. (This occurs in the black & white story-within-the-story sequences; Billy Bob's other character in the "real world" sequences survives the movie.)
  • A Simple Plan (1998) [Jacob Mitchell]: Shot in the back of the head by his brother (Bill Paxton), at Billy Bob's own request, to spare Billy Bob from having to shoot himself (thereby pinning it on Gary Cole).
  • The Man Who Wasn't There (2001) [Edward 'Ed' Crane]: Executed (off-screen) in the electric chair (for Jon Polito's murder committed by James Gandolfini); the movie fades to white just as the switch is thrown.
  • The Alamo (2004) [Davy Crockett]: Executed after the battle of the Alamo by being bayonetted by a squad of Mexican soldiers on Emilio Echevarria's order. (This death scene was based on several Mexican accounts of the battle recount that a small group of Alamo defenders surrendered only to be executed, four of the accounts stated that Crockett was one of the men.)
  • The Ice Harvest (2005) [Vic]: Drowned or frozen to death when he falls into an ice-cold lake with Mike Starr's body, on top of having been shot in the stomach by Mike. (Thanks to Eric)
  • Eagle Eye (2008) [Agent Tom Morgan]: Sacrifices himself by crashing his SUV in order to destroy the computer-controlled plane or reaper drone that is chasing him and Shia LaBeouf. (Thanks to Neil, Matt, and Alvin)
  • Faster (2010) [Detective Slade Humphries/Cop]: Shot in the throat by Dwayne Johnson (after being shot repeatedly in the back), who makes it look like contrived self-defense; his body is shown again afterwards as Carla Gugino investigates the scene. (Thanks to Tommy and ND)
  • The Baytown Outlaws (2012) [Carlos]: Killed in an explosion when he opens a package sent to him by Eva Longoria; the scene cuts to a cartoon representation of the explosion after he opens the bomb. (Thanks to Tim)
  • Parkland (2013) [Forrest Sorrels]: Dies (off-screen) in 1993. His death is mentioned on the on-screen text at the end of the film, along with a photo of the real Sorrels. (Note: his age is listed as 82, the actual person was 92.)
  • Into the Grizzly Maze (2015) [Douglass]: After being seriously mauled by a grizzly bear (Bart 2) while hunting him. He is attacked again by the bear after Billy tries to save Piper Perabo's life, but his rifle runs out bullets.
  • London Fields (2018) [Samson Young]: Commits suicide by taking a poison capsule, after he kills Amber Heard and drags her body into the apartment; he dies after placing his manuscript and suicide note on her body and lying down beside her. Their bodies are shown again afterwards when Jason Isaacs discovers them.
  • The Gray Man (2022) [Fitzroy]: Blows himself up in an attempt to kill Chris Evans

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Notable Connections[]

  • Ex-husband of Toni Lawrence (thus ex-son-in-law of Marc Lawrence).