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Eddie Marsan in Pierrepoint: The Last Hangman

Eddie Marsan (1968 - )

Film DeathsEdit

  • Pierrepoint: The Last Hangman (2005) [James 'Tish' Corbitt]: Executed by hanging. His body is shown again afterwards as Timothy Spall prepares him for burial.
  • Beowulf & Grendel (2005) [Father Brendan]: Pummelled to death by the Beowulf.
  • London Boulevard (2010) [DI Bailey]: Shot by David Thewlis (who is then killed in a shootout with corrupt cops).
  • Man and Boy (2010 short) [Carson]: Commits suicide by jumping from the balcony of block of flats after being accused of sexually abusing a young boy.
  • Tyrannosaur (2011) [James]: Killed in a struggle with Olivia Colman after he rapes her. His body is first seen when Peter Mullan discovers him and his murder is shown in flashback as Olivia confesses what happened.

TV DeathsEdit

  • Ultimate Force: The Killing House (2002) [Badger]: Shot in the head by the leader of a group of bank robbers.
  • Grass (2003) [Sunshine]: Killed (off-screen) by fellow criminal. His body is later seen in a black sack in a wooded area.
  • The 39 Steps (2008) [Scudder]: Shot/Stabbed to death by a German spy (Werner Daehn or Peter Stark) when he answers the door, he dies whilst talking to Rupert Penry-Jones. His body is later seen when police investigate.
  • God On Trial (2008) [Lieble]: Dies by execution in the gas chamber.
  • Moby Dick (2011 mini-series) [Stubb]: Drowns (along with Billy Merasty and the rest of the sailors in the boat) when Moby Dick drags his whaleboat underwater.
  • River: Epsiode 6 (2015) [Thomas Cream]: Playing the ghost of Thomas Cream, he appears throughout the series tormenting Stellan Skarsgård.
  • Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell: Chapter Seven - Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell (2015) [Gilbert Norrell]: Sucked into a vortex of magic along with Bertie Cavel; however, communication between Bertie and Charlotte Riley later in the finale suggests that the two of them have managed to escape the curse and emerge alive, but are now trapped outside reality.

Noteworthy ConnectionsEdit

  • Husband of Janine Schneider.

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