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Daniel Baldwin in Vendetta

Daniel Baldwin (1960 - )

Film DeathsEdit

  • Phoenix (1998) [James Nutter]: Shot in the neck by Anthony LaPaglia, as Daniel is surrendering to police. (Thanks to ND)
  • A Family Under Siege (Dynamite) (2002) [Alpha]: Killed in an explosion, along with Melinda Clarke and Derek Hamilton, when Melinda detonates the bomb planted in their van. (Thanks to Bryan)
  • John Carpenter's Vampires (1998) (Vampires) [Tony Montoya]: Though he is alive at the end of the film, after being bitten on the neck and arm by vampire Sheryl Lee earlier on, James Woods tells him he has days before he becomes a vampire and promises to kill him. He is not mentioned in any of the sequels, so it's unknown if James killed him or not, but I'll still list this because it's very likely he became a vampire after the film's events.
  • Stealing Candy (2002) [Walt Gearson]: Shot to death by Coolio as Daniel is helping Janya Lano to escape. (Thanks to ND)
  • Paparazzi (2004) [Wendell Stokes]: Beaten to death (off-screen) with a baseball bat by Cole Hauser. His body is shown afterwards when Tom Sizemore discovers him. (Thanks to Robert and Kyle)
  • Vendetta (Irish Eyes) (2004) [Sean Phelan]: Shot in the chest by a hitman as he opens the door to leave John Novak's apartment; he dies in John's arms shortly afterwards. His body is shown again during his funeral.

TV Deaths.Edit

  • Twisted Desire (1996) [William Stanton]: Shot to death, along with Isabella Hofmann, by Jeremy Jordan while Daniel and Isabella are asleep. (Thanks to Drew)
  • Homicide: Life on the Street: Partners and Other Strangers (1997) [Detective Beau Felton]: Shot in the head (off-screen) by the ringleader of a car-theft organization in Daniel's apartment; his body is shown afterwards as Andre Braugher investigates the scene. (Daniel did not actually appear in this episode, having left the series in 1995; the body shown is a stand-in, and Daniel only appears in flashback footage from previous episodes. He later appears as a spirit in the afterlife in the 2000 TV-movie Homicide: The Movie)
  • Dead Man's Gun: Seven Deadly Sins (1998) [Joe Wagner]: Dies (off-screen) from overeating; his body is shown afterwards when the townspeople tear down the wall from his house in order to drag his body out with horses. (Thanks to Stephen)
  • The Sopranos: Stage 5 (2007) [Sally Boy] In the film within the show, he has a meat cleaver slammed into his head by Jonathan LaPaglia
  • Cold Case: Bombers (2010) [Moe Kitchener]: Shot in the head in his car by Joe Penny. We only see his body in the final shot of the episode. The murder is depicted in a flashback in the following episode Metamorphosis, when Joe confesses.

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