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*'''''The Hidden'' (1987)''' [''Jack DeVries'']: Killed (off-screen) when the alien takes possession of his body sometime before the movie begins. His possessed body dies after the alien transfers itself into [[William Boyett]] in the hospital.
 
*'''''The Hidden'' (1987)''' [''Jack DeVries'']: Killed (off-screen) when the alien takes possession of his body sometime before the movie begins. His possessed body dies after the alien transfers itself into [[William Boyett]] in the hospital.
*'''''Gotti (2018)''''' ''[Frank DeCicco''] Dies when his car explodes after he turns on the ignition. 
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*'''''Gotti (2018)''''' ''[Frank DeCicco'']: Killed in a car explosion after he turns on the ignition. 
   
 
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Chris Mulkey in The Hidden

Chris Mulkey (1948 - )

Film Deaths

  • The Hidden (1987) [Jack DeVries]: Killed (off-screen) when the alien takes possession of his body sometime before the movie begins. His possessed body dies after the alien transfers itself into William Boyett in the hospital.
  • Gotti (2018) [Frank DeCicco]: Killed in a car explosion after he turns on the ignition. 

TV Deaths

  • Sleeper Cell: Faith (2006) [Robert McNeil]: Dies (off-screen) due to blood loss, after being mortally wounded in an explosion caused by Oded Fehr's men when they come to break Oded out of prison.
  • A Teacher's Crime (2008: TV movie) [Bill Rander]: Shot in the head (off-screen) by Tom Rack. His body is later discovered by police officers.
  • Femme Fatales: Trophy Wife (2012) [Darby]: Shot in the back by Leilani Sarelle.

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