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Ernie Hudson (with Donnie Wahlberg in background) dying in Never 2 Big

Ernie Hudson (1945 - )

Film DeathsEdit

  • Leviathan (1989) [Justin Jones]: Drowned or mauled to death in a struggle with the Leviathan (his body is later seen sinking to the ocean floor). (Thanks to ND)
  • The Substitute (1996) [Principal Claude Rolle]: Killed with a blow to the face by Tom Berenger at the end of a struggle. (Thanks to ND)
  • Fakin' Da Funk (1997) [Joe Lee] Dies of a heart attack while walking home with Jermey Juan Alcedo.
  • Never 2 Big (Butter) (1998) [Curtis '8-Ball' Harris]: Shot repeatedly in the chest in a shoot-out with Tony Todd in the lobby.
  • Shark Attack (1999) [Lawrence Rhodes]: Eaten by a shark after he's knocked from the buoy at the end of a struggle with Casper Van Dien. (Thanks to ND)

TV DeathsEdit

  • The Cherokee Kid (1996 TV) [Nat Love a.k.a. Deadwood Dick]: Shot repeatedly in the back and chest/right leg during a gunfight with James Coburn's henchmen. his body is shown again afterwards during graveyard procession.
  • Michael Jordan: An American Hero (TV movie 1999) [James Jordan]: Murdered (off-screen) by two thugs. We learn of his death when Debbie Allen got a call from the police who told her the tragic news.
  • Childrens Hospital: Joke Overland (2010) [Hubert McGraw]: Impaled through the chest with a flagpole (along with Mark L. Young). He is briefly brought back to life by Adam Scott's reverse-polarity gun, but immediately dies once again. (Played for comic effect.) (Thanks to Tommy)
  • Last Resort: The Pointy End of the Spear (2013) [Speaker of the House Conrad Buell]: Shoots himself in the head (off-screen) in the House of Representatives after he finds out that the military coup he's in league with has failed to take over the building.
  • Battledogs (TV movie 2013) [Max Stevens]: Clawed to death and killed by one of the creatures.

Notable ConnectionsEdit

Father of Ernie Hudson Jr.


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