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Christoph Waltz (1956 - )
Film Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Ordinary Decent Criminal (2000) [Peter]: Killed by corrupt cops/IRA assassins.
- Death, Deceit and Destiny Aboard the Orient Express (2001) [Ossama/Tarik]: Killed in an explosion when his bombs go off in the locomotive, after Richard Grieco uncouples the engine from the rest of the train and traps Christoph with the explosives.
- The Green Hornet (2011) [Benjamin Chudnofsky]: Shot in the chest with his own double barrel gun by Seth Rogen, after being stabbed in the eyes with broken chair legs by Jay Chou.
- Water for Elephants (2011) [August Rosenbluth]: Impaled through the head with a tether spike when the elephant breaks free, while Christoph is struggling with Reese Witherspoon.
- Django Unchained (2012) [Dr. King Schultz]: Shot in the chest by James Remar after Christoph shoots Leonardo DiCaprio. His body is shown again later on when Jamie Foxx finds him and retrieves Kerry Washington's documents.
- Epic (2013; animated) [Mandrake]: Playing a magical being, he is crushed to death after he is sucked into a mass of tree sap at the end of a struggle.
- The Zero Theorem (2013) [Qohen Leth]: Electrocuted, when he plugs himself into his computer, with his mind living on in a virtual reality simulation.
- Big Eyes (2014) [Walter Keane]: Dies (off-screen) of old age years after the film ends; his death is mentioned in on screen text before the credits.
- Horrible Bosses 2 (2014) [Bert Hanson]: Shot in the back by his son (Chris Pine), while he's handing the ransom money to Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis (with Bateman initially thinking he shot Christoph by accident). Chris shoots the body again while explaining his motives to the three.
- The Legend of Tarzan (2016) [Captain Léon Rom]: Eaten alive by crocodiles after Alexander Skarsgård lets go the prayer beads which Chrisoph was holding. (Historically inaccurate, the real Léon Rom died in Belgium in 1924).
TV Deaths[edit | edit source]
- A King for Burning (Koenig der letzten Tage) (1993 TV mini-series) [Jan Bockelson]: Stabbed in the chest by Otto Kukla, as a mercy killing after Christoph is tortured and burned by executioners in a public square.
- Tag der Abrechnung - Der Amoklaufer von Euskirchen (Judgment Day) (1994 TV) [Erwin Makolajczyk]: Killed in an explosion when he sets off a bomb in a courthouse.
- Du bist nicht allein: Die Roy Black Story (1996 TV) [Roy Black]: Dies (off-screen) of heart failure; the movie opens with him being brought into the hospital, then proceeds to tell his story in flashback. His death is mentioned in the on-screen text at the end of the movie.
- Saturday Night Live (Feb. 16, 2013) [Host/Various Characters]: In the "Jesus Unchained" sketch, he is executed by crucifixion before the start of the sketch; the sketch begins with him returning to life and setting out for revenge. (Played for comic effect.)
Notable Connections[edit | edit source]
- Mr. Judith Holste (costume designer).
Gallery[edit | edit source]
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