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Charlie Sheen in Under Pressure

Charlie Sheen (1965 -)

Film Deaths[]

  • Red Dawn (1984) [Matt Eckert]: Mortally wounded, along with Patrick Swayze, in a showdown with William Smith; he and Patrick both die off-screen after making their way to a park bench.
  • The Wraith (1986) [Jake Kesey/The Wraith]: Killed by Nick Cassavetes and his gang when they put him in a car and drive it off of a cliff. He comes back for revenge shortly afterwards.
  • No Man's Land (1987) [Ted Varrick]: Shot to death by D.B. Sweeney while resisting arrest and they exchange gunshots. D.B Sweeney survives the movie.
  • Young Guns (1988) [Richard Brewer]: Shot in the chest during a showdown with Brian Keith.
  • Catchfire (Backtrack; Do it the Hard Way) (1990) [Bob]: Shot to death off-screen by Tony Sirico and John Turturro. The shots are only heard downstairs while Jodie Foster cowers helplessly. His body is later shown.
  • Loaded Weapon 1 (1993) [Valet]: Blown up by a car bomb presumably planted by Tim Curry which was meant for Emilio Estevez. (Played for comic effect)
  • The Chase (1994) [Jackson Davis Hammond]: Shot repeatedly by police when he pretends to reach for a gun; this turns out to be a daydream sequence while he's considering whether or not to surrender. (Thanks to Tal, Corey and Chris)
  • All Dogs Go To Heaven 2 (1996; animated) [Charlie Barkin]: Died at the end of the first movie, but is revived after travelling to Earth and being given a magic collar by George Hearn; when the first one fades away, he is tricked into trading Gabriel's Horn in a Faustian bargain, but dies again when the day is saved and he has to go to Heaven again, however, Bebe Newaith, impressed by his courage and kindness, gives him his life back and he's sent back to San Francisco, after saying goodbye to Dom Delouise.
  • Under Pressure (Bad Day on the Block) (1997) [Lyle Wilder]: Shot in the chest by Mare Winningham after she manages to get hold of the gun he dropped (while he's playing Russian Roulette with her family to discipline them). He dies after studying an inscription on his watch.
  • Scary Movie 4 (2006) [Tom Logan]: Falls over his apartment's balcony after taking an overdose of Viagra, and lands on his erect penis, in a parody of Bill Pullman's death in The Grudge. (Played for comic effect)
  • Scary Movie V (Scary MoVie, Scary Movie 5) (2013) [Charlie Sheen]: Killed by Lindsay Lohan after Lindsay becomes possessed and throws him into the camera. A title card after this scene states that although Charlie died, his body didn't stop partying until three days later. At the end of the movie, however, it's shown that this entire occurence was a dream of Charlie's - until Lindsay drives a car through the wall and hits Charlie, killing him. (Played for comic effect)
  • 9/11 (2017) [Jeffrey Cage]: Killed off-screen, along with a fireman when the second tower of the World Trade Center collapse. The building is heard starting to crumble and weaken before the film cuts to black.
  • Grizzly II: Revenge (Predator: The Concert) (2020) [Lance]: Mauled to death by the bear.

Television Deaths[]

  • Rated X (2000 TV) [Artie Mitchell]: Shot repeatedly by Emilio Estevez. (Thanks to Robert)
  • Two and a Half Men: Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt (2011) [Charlie Harper]: Pushed in front of a train off-screen by Melanie Lynskey during their vacation in Paris when Melanie catches Charlie in the shower with another woman. It's never outright stated that Melanie was responsible, but it's strongly implied and casually mentioned throughout future episodes (Charlie doesn't actually appear in this episode due to being fired at the end of the show's eighth season; he appears posthumously in spirit form (played by Kathy Bates) in the 2011 episode Why We Gave Up Women.)
  • Two and a Half Men: Of Course He`s Dead Part 1 & 2 (2015) [Charlie Harper]: Although Charlie Sheen didn`t appear in this episode it is revealed by Melanie Lynskey that his character survived his supposed death and it was actually a goat that died in his place. It is also revealed that Melanie kept Charlie in a well throughout the series because of her obsession for Charlie. At the end of the episode a body double is used and is crushed to death by a piano. (Played For Comedy Effect)


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