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Frank Grillo in Edge of Darkness

Frank Grillo (1965 - )

Film Deaths[]

  • Pride and Glory (2008) [Officer Eddie Carbone]: Shot in the back by Jason Rodriguez as Frank is robbing the store while Shea Whigham looks on in shock.
  • Edge of Darkness (2010) [Agent One]: Shot repeatedly in the chest and head by Mel Gibson for killing Bojana Novakovic after Mel forces his way into Danny Huston's home.
  • Mother's Day (2010) [Daniel Sohapi]: Shot in the eye by Rebecca De Mornay after she discovers he helped kill Warren Kole.
  • My Soul to Take (2010) [Detective Frank Patterson]: Stabbed in the back by a possessed John Magaro as Frank is about to arrest Max Thieriot.
  • The Grey (2011) [John Diaz]: Mauled to death off-screen by wolves; He was last seen sitting by the river and waiting as the wolves are heard approaching.
  • Gangster Squad (2013) [Tommy Russo]: Ripped in half due to his arms and legs being tied to two cars that drive in opposite directions, after Sean Penn gives the order. His corpse is eaten by coyotes.
  • Homefront (2013) [Cyrus Hanks]: Stabbed repeatedly in the chest and stomach with his own blades after having been slashed in the face with broken glass by Jason Statham at the end of a struggle.
  • Captain America: Civil War (2016) [Brock Rumlow / Crossbones]: Commits suicide by detonating the bomb in his chest in an attempt to kill Chris Evans; he explodes after Elizabeth Olsen uses her powers to levitate him above the ground and contain the blast, accidentally sending him into a building and killing several civilians in the blast.
  • Wolf Warrior II (2017) ["Big Daddy"]: Beaten to death by Wu Jing.
  • Stephanie (2017) [Eric / Dad]: Stabbed in the back by Shree Crooks, who then uses her psychic powers to slide the knife up his back.
  • Donnybrook (2018) ["Chainsaw" Angus]: Neck snapped by Jamie Bell at the end of a fight.
  • Into the Ashes (2019) [Sloan]: Shot to death by Luke Grimes.
  • Hell on the Border (2019) [Bob Dozier]: Shot to death by David Gyasi.
  • Jiu Jitsu (2020) [Harrigan]: Impaled by Ryan Tarran (playing an alien).
  • Boss Level (2021) [Roy Pulver]: As someone stuck in a time loop, he dies in a multitude of different ways only to be revived when the day resets. This includes instances where he is run over by a truck, killed when his car rams into a bus, shot in the head by Meadow Williams, decapitated by Selina Lo, blown up by Aaron Beelner, blown up with rockets by Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Rashad Evans, machine gunned from a helicopter by Rob Gronkowski, shot through the heart with a harpoon by Michael Tourek, shot to death while shielding his son (Rio Grillo) from bullets, shoots himself in the head to reset the day, shot and stabbed to death several times by Buster Reeves and decapitated by Mel Gibson. He is ultimately killed for good when he sacrifices himself to destroy the machine that created the time loop although in an extended version, he merely resets for a final time.
  • Cosmic Sin (2021) [General Eron Ryle]: Blown up in an explosion as he is ejected into space.
  • The Gateway (2021) [Duke Harmaday]: Shot in the head by a hitman while sitting at the bar.
  • Copshop (2021) [Teddy Murreto]: Shot to death by Gerard Butler at the end of a shootout involving Frank, Gerard and Alexis Louder (who wounded him in the shooting).
  • Ida Red (2021) [Dallas Walker]: Shot in the head by William Forsythe.
  • Shattered (2022) [Sebastian]: Shot in the chest by Lilly Krug, as Cameron Monaghan looks on helplessly.
  • A Day to Die (2022) [Brice Mason]: Shot to death by SWAT officers.
  • Stowaway (2022) [Meeser]: Blown up in an explosion by an explosive planted on the boat.

Television Deaths[]

  • Guiding Light (March 1, 1999) [Hart Jessup]: Dies of cardiac arrest after being shot in the back by Wendy Moniz.
  • Prison Break: Go (2006) [Nick Savrinn]: Shot to death by Scott Jaeck when Frank refuses to reveal Robin Tunney's whereabouts; the scene cuts away as Scott fires. His body is shown again in the following episode Flight.

Notable Connections[]

  • Ex-Mr. Wendy Moniz