Dennis Haysbert (1954 - )
Films Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Navy SEALS (1990) [Chief Billy Graham]: Killed in a shootout with terrorists.
- Heat (1995) [Donald Breedan]: Shot in the head by Al Pacino, Wes Studi and Mykelti Williamson while he's driving the getaway car transporting Robert De Niro, Tom Sizemore and Val Kilmer. (Thanks to Michael)
- Absolute Power (1997) [Tim Collin]: Injected in the neck with a drug overdose by Clint Eastwood after Dennis attempts to kill Laura Linney (he dies as Clint throws him into a hospital dumpster outside). (Thanks to Eric)
- LUV (2012) [Mr. Fish]: Shot to death by Common after Dennis reveals why he betrayed Common and after Common has killed Danny Glover.
- The Dark Tower (2017) [Steven Deschain]: Dies of suffocation by Matthew McConaughey's supernatural power as Dennis' son Idris Elba watch on in horror. He dies with Idris by his side. Dennis later appears in the vision to Idris.
TV Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Queen (Alex Haley's Queen) (1993 TV mini-series) [Davis]: Hanged and burned to death by Klansmen. (Thanks to Michael)
- Return to Lonesome Dove (1993 TV mini-series) [Cherokee Jack Johnson]: Shot to death (off-screen) in a shoot-out with Jon Voight. (Thanks to Michael)
- Empire: Arkham (2005) [Magonius]: Taken from his cell in the gladiator combat camp and brutally stabbed to death with swords by 3 of the mercenary soldiers acting on the orders of Michael Maloney. (Thanks to Brian)
- 24: Day 5: 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. (2006) [Former President David Palmer]: Shot in the neck with a sniper rifle by Jeff Kober while Dennis is standing in front of a window while talking to D.B. Woodside. His body is shown again afterwards (covered with a sheet) when Kiefer Sutherland sneaks into the apartment during the investigation. (Thanks to Neil and Dave)
- Battledogs (2013 TV Movie) [Lt. Gen. Christopher Monning]: Head blown off when Ariana Richards shoots a grenade into his mouth while he's in his werewolf form.
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