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Christian Slater (1969 - )
Film Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Twisted (1986) [Mark Collins]: Impaled through the back when Lois Smith knocks him onto a spiked helmet; he dies shortly after going to his bedroom. (Thanks to Tommy and Jason)
- Heathers (1989) [Jason "J.D." Dean]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by blowing himself up with a bomb strapped to his body, after Winona Ryder stops him from blowing up the school.
- Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (1990) [Andy]: Presumedly killed (off-screen) by the zombies Julianne Moore and Robert Sedgwick; the scene cuts away after Christian opens the door and sees the zombies there, but the implications of his fate is pretty clear.
- Young Guns II (1990) (Young Guns II: Blaze of Glory) [Arkansas Dave Rudabaugh]: Decapitated with a sword (off-screen) by a Mexican villager; the scene ends with the villager picking up the sword, followed by some on-screen text informing us of Christian's death. (Thanks to Julian)
- Untamed Heart (1993) [Adam]: Dies in his sleep as a result of his heart condition when he falls asleep in the front seat of Marisa Tomei 's car as she drives him home. Marisa tries to wake Christian up and leans closer to him to listen for a heartbeat only to realize he's dead and she cries hysterically over his body.
- True Romance (1993) [Clarence Worley]: Although he survives the theatrical cut, an alternate ending was filmed in which he dies of his wound after being shot in the eye by Chris Penn. (Thanks to Tommy)
- Interview with the Vampire (1994) [Daniel Malloy]: Bitten in the throat and drained of blood by Tom Cruise; Tom offers him a choice between dying of blood loss and living on as a vampire, but the film ends before Christian decides.
- Very Bad Things (1998) [Robert Boyd]: He falls down backwards some steps in a staircase when Leland Orser accidentally slamed a door in his face. He dies while talking to Leland. We see him covered in his own blood after Cameron Diaz hit him repeatedly in the face with a hallstand in a previous scene.
- 3000 Miles to Graceland (2001) [Hanson]: Shot in the chest by Kevin Costner in the gang's hideout; the rest of the gang carries him out into the desert, and his body is shown again later on (along with David Arquette's) when Thomas Haden Church and Kevin Pollak investigate. (Thanks to John)
- Windtalker (2002) [Sgt. Ox Henderson]: Decapitated (off-camera) with a samurai sword by a Japanese soldier; the camera pans away as the soldier swings his sword. (Thanks to Vince)
- Mindhunters (2004) [J.D. Reston]: Frozen to death with liquid nitrogen, then shattered to pieces, in a trap set up by Jonny Lee Miller. (Thanks to Germboygel and Christopher)
- Pursued (2004) [Vincent Palmer]: Electrocuted after a fight with Gil Bellows.
- Hollow Man II (2006) [Michael Griffin]: Stabbed to death with a shovel by Peter Facinelli after Christian becomes visible. (Thanks to Tommy and Dignan)
- Dolan's Cadillac (2009) [Jimmy Dolan]: Buried alive after he crashes his Cadillac into a hole dug by Wes Bentley.
- Assassins Run (2012) [Michael]: Shot in the head during he was talking on cellphone.
- El Gringo (2012) [Lt. West]: Shot repeatedly by Scott Adkins.
- Freaky Deaky (2012) [Skip Gibbs]: Killed in an explosion (along with Breanne Racano) when Breanne opens a desk drawer where Billy Burke had planted some dynamite.
- Bullet to the Head (2013) [Marcus Baptiste]: Shot in the head by Sylvester Stallone. (Thanks to Tommy)
- The Power of Few (2013) [Clyde]: Killed (Along with Q'orianka Kilcher) in a car crash.
- Nymphomaniac: Vol. I (2013) [Joe's Father]: Dies of cancer in the hospital.
- Way of the Wicked (2014) [Father Henry]: Strangled with his own crucifix necklace by Emily Tennant using her supernatural powers. His body is seen again when Vinnie Jones discovers it.
- King Cobra (2016) [Stephen]: Throat slashed, then repeatedly stabbed to death, by Keegan Allen, while the two are negotiating terms over working with Garrett Clayton. His death is reported on the news the next day.
- Justice League Dark: Apokolips War (2020; animated) [Floyd Lawton aka Deadshot]: Although he doesn't appeared, he is erased from existence when Flash (Christopher Gorham) went back in time to restart the Timeline.
Television Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Saturday Night Live (Oct. 30, 1993) [Owner/Various]: In the "Headline Store" sketch, the "Owner" is shot off-screen by Chris Farley; his death is revealed in the headlines. (Played for comic effect.)
- Robot Chicken: Easter Basket (2006; animated) [Composite Santa Claus]: Destroyed when the Frosty-the-Snowman half of his body is melted by Goku (voiced by Seth Green). (Played for comic effect.) (Thanks to Tommy)
- Robot Chicken: Saving Private Gigli (2011; animated) [Composite Santa Claus/Ted/Head Frat]: "Composite Santa Claus" is shot to death in a battle (with the snowman half of his body melting when he falls back into the water). "Ted" falls to his death after fighting with another man (voiced by Seth Green) while skydiving. "Head Frat" is beaten to death with a severed leg by He-Man (voiced by Patrick Pinney). (All played for comic effect.) (Thanks to Tommy)
- Mr. Robot: eps1.8_m1rr0r1ng.qt (2015) [Mr. Robot]: Dies of cancer (off screen) sometime before the story of the show begins. He appears thought the series as Rami Malek delusion in the form of his father.
- Rick and Morty: Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender (2017) [Maximus Renegade Starsoldier]: Killed by a trap laid out by Justin Roiland. What actually kills Christian is off screen, but sounds of gunshots, lasers, chainsaw cutting, and slicing can be heard. Nothing but Christian's lower half is left by the end of it. (Played for comic effect.)
- The Lion Guard: Battle for the Pride Lands (2019) [Ushari]: Providing the voice of a cobra, he falls into the lava when he tried to attack Kion (Max Charles) only to be ambushed by Bunga (Joshua Rush), and Ono (Atticus Shaffer) rescued Bunga from falling into the lava as well.
- Dirty John: Perception is Reality (2020): [Dan Broderick]: Shot along his wife, Rachel Keller,(off-camera) by Christian's ex-wife, Amanda Peet, in their bedroom. Christian appears in flashbacks during the episode, and in Amanda's imagination during and at the end.
Notable Connections[edit | edit source]
- Son of Mary Jo Slater (casting director) and Michael Hawkins
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