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Bruce Boxleitner (1950 - )

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Bruce Boxleitner in Tales from the Crypt: Top Billing


Film DeathsEdit

  • Kuffs (1992) [Brad Kuffs]: Shot by Leon Rippy in a church with his brother (Christian Slater) rushing to his side; he dies (off-screen) in the emergency room shortly afterwards. We learn of his death when Troy Evans informs Slater. (Thanks to Kyle)
  • Legion of the Dead (Video, 2005) [Sheriff Jones]: Suddenly stabbed in the back by one of the mummy type creatures.
  • 'Dead Space: Downfall (Video, 2008; animated)' [Colin Barrow]: Killed by her reanimated wife, Jen(voiced by Lia Sargent), when he tries to bring her onboard the Ishimura for medical attention and ignores orders not to land. His body is nowhere to be seen along with Jen, but blood is all over the ship and possibility turned into a Necromorph, just like his wife.
  • Transmorphers: Fall of Man (Video, 2009) [Officer Hadley Ryan]: Attempts to sacrifice himself while trying to kill one of the robot creatures by crashing his helicopter into it, blowing himself up in the crash.

TV DeathsEdit

  • Babylon 5: Sleeping in Light (1998) [John Sheridan]: Dies when Wayne Alexander comes to take him beyond the galaxy, at the end of the 20 extra years of life he had been granted in the earlier episode The Hour of the Wolf. We last see him as the ship is flooded with light; there is no trace of his body when the ship is later found.
  • Free Fall (1999) [Mark Ettinger]: Killed in a plane crash. It was revealed that Hannes Jaenicke has sabotaged the plane which caused it to crash.
  • Twice in a Lifetime: Fallen Angel (2000) [Ray Patterson]: Shot to death by his son (Aaron Poole); he is returned to life in his past to correct his mistakes.
  • Double Cross (2006) [James]: Shot to death by Laura Soltis.
  • Aces n' Eights (2008 TV movie) [D.C. Cracker]: Shot repeatedly in a big shootout between the homesteaders and the railroad men. (Thanks to Brian)

Video Game DeathsEdit

  • Spec Ops: The Line (2012) [Lieutenant Colonel John Konrad]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by shooting himself in the head. His death is not revealed until the end of the game, when Nolan North discovers his body and realizes that he's been hallucinating most of Bruce's prior appearances.

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