Charles Dance in And Then There Were None

Charles Dance (1946 - )

Film Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • The Golden Child (1986) [Sardo Numspa]: Stabbed with an enchanted dagger (causing him to explode) by Eddie Murphy, after Charles has transformed into a demon. (Thanks to Robert and Joe)
  • China Moon (1991) [Rupert Munro]: Drowns after being dumped in a lake by Ed Harris and Madeleine Stowe having first been shot in the head and chest/stomach (putting him into a coma) by Madeleine (initially we are led to believe he died from the gunshots, but it’s later revealed he was still alive when he ended up underwater during a conversation with Ed and the coroner). 
  • Exquisite Tenderness (1995) [Dr. Ed Mittlesbay]: Dies of shock/blood loss due to Sean Haberle (who sews his mouth shut) stabbing him in the neck with a syringe, then draining his blood out of his throat with a spiked probe, his body is later seen (as the police take pictures of him) when Peter Boyle shows him to James Remar.
  • Michael Collins (1996) [Soames]: Shot to death by an Irish assassin that barges into his hotel room.  
  • The Contractor (2007) [Chief Superintendent Andrew Windsor]: Shot in the back by Ralph Brown as Charles talks to Wesley Snipes. His body is seen as his daughter (Lena Headey) looks on before it is taken away.
  • Patrick: Evil Awakens (2013) [Doctor Roget]: Electrocuted when Jackson Gallagher uses his psychic powers to force Charles to press electrodes against his head.

TV Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Strike Back: Vengeance (2012) (Episode 3.10) [Conrad Knox]: Accidentally shoots himself with his own handgun while being wrestled by a mob of civilians.
  • And Then There Were None (2015 mini-series) [Judge Lawrence Wargrave]: Commits suicide by shooting himself under the chin, after having murdered everyone else on the island (he also faked his death earlier in the series).

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