The Loop (TV)
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Bryan Brown (1947 - )
Film Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Money Movers (1978) [Brian Jackson]: Shot repeatedly in a double cross in a garage during a mass shooting.
- Far East (1982) [Morgan Keefe]: Shot by Manilla police in his bar.
- Tai-Pan (1986) [Dirk Struan]: Crushed to death (off-screen), along with Joan Chen, when the roof falls in during a typhoon; their bodies are shown (in each other's arms) when Tim Guinee discovers them in the rubble.
- Cocktail (1988) [Doug Coughlin]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by slashing his throat with a broken bottle of crystal glass. His body was later shown afterwards when Tom Cruise discovers him.
- Two Hands (1999) [Pando]: Shot repeatedly along with David Field and his cohorts by Mariel McClorey and her friends after David runs over Evan Sheaves.
- Styx (2001) [Art]: Burned to death when Peter Weller throws fuel over him then ignites it at the end of a struggle after Bryan mortally wounds Peter's brother (Angus Macfadyen).
- Australia (2008) [King Carney]: Eaten by a crocodile after David Wenham hits Bryan with a rifle, knocking him into the water.
- Kill Me Three Times (2014) [Bruce Jones]: Shot in the chest by Simon Pegg in Callan Mulvey's office.
- Gods of Egypt (2016) [Osiris]: Stabbed to death by Gerard Butler. (Mythologically inaccurate: he was tricked into laying in a coffin, which Set had nailed shut and thrown into the Nile, thus allowing Osiris to suffocate. He was later revived by Isis and became ruler of the Underworld.)
- Peter Rabbit (2018) [Peter's Father]: Voicing a rabbit, in a flashback, he is hacked to death with a gardening tool by Sam Neill, and then baked into a pie, as James Corden and his family watch in horror.
TV Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Journey to the Center of the Earth (1999 TV) [Casper Hastings]: Throat slashed to by a reptilian native creature.
Notable Connections[edit | edit source]
- Husband of Rachel Ward.
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