Fred Tatasciore’s puppet death in Team America: World Police.

Fred Tatasciore (1967 -)

Movie Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • 9 (2009; animated) [8]: Providing the voice of a robotic sack-creature, his soul his suck out his body by the BRAIN machine, by Elijah Wood  watches. His soul is later seen again later on when 9 releases. (Thanks to Street Shark 15)
  • Resident Evil: Vendetta (2017) [Diego Gomez]: Shot in the head with a rail gun by Kari Wahlgren.
  • Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge (2020) [Demon Torturer]: Bisected in half with a sword by Patrick Seitz.

TV Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Naruto: The Demon In The Snow (2006;anime) [Gato]: Slashed to death with a kunai by Steven Jay Blum using his mouth, his body then falls off the bridge he was standing on.
  • Wolverine and the X-Men: Hindsight part 3 (2009; animated) [Beast aka Hank McGoy]: Although alive in the present, in the future he was killed during a war, a tombstone with his on it is shown. His death was later prevented in Foresight Part 3.
  • Sym-Bionic Titan: Neighbors in Disguise (2010; animated) [Realtor/Beast Soldier/Rebel #1]: "Beast Soldier" is killed by rebels. "Rebel #1" has his neck crush by Don Leslie. "Realtor" lives!
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Shadow Warrior (2011; animated) [Roos Tarpals]: Impaled by Matthew Wood.
  • Mad: Fast Hive/Minute To Flynn It (2011; animated) [Dominic Toretto/Clu/Kevin Flynn/Boy With Sandwich]: Voicing four characters, Dominic Toretto is flung into the sky with his car by Mater and Lightning McQueen, only to fall and crash; and Clu crashes into Sam Flynn's light cycle (both played for comic effect).

Video Games[edit | edit source]

  • Assassin's Creed (2007) [Abu'l Nuqoud/Jubair al Hakim]: Playing two separate characters, both "Abu'l" and "Jubair" are stabbed in the throat by Philip Shahbaz.
  • Mass Effect (2007): [Saren Arterius/Balak]: "Saren" dies following the climactic showdown; if players choose simply to fight him, a boss battle follows that ends with Fred being impaled on a large shard of glass; if players try to negotiate with him, Mark Meer/Jennifer Hale is able to convince Fred to resist Peter Jessup's mental control - resulting in Fred committing suicide via gunshot to the head. However, Peter Jessup then possesses Fred's body in order to attack the players, resulting in another boss battle - this time ending with the body being completely disintegrated. Meanwhile, depending on player choice, "Balak" can be executed by Mark/Jennifer after being defeated in combat - but only if the players chose to sacrifice Audrey Wasilewski for a chance to attack; alternatively, he can simply be left to bleed to death following his defeat.
  • Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (2010) [Mario Auditore]: Shot in the back of the head by Andreas Apergis.
  • Alpha Protocol (2010) [Halbech CEO Henry Leland/Sheikh Ali Shaheed]: Depending on the player’s choice, both of Fred’s characters can die via gunshot wound to the head by Josh Gilman.
  • StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty (2010) [Dark Templar Prelate Zeratul/Rory Swann]: In one possible future where Tricia Helfer is dead, Zeratul perishes in battle alongside Cree Summer and Patrick Seitz during a playable mission. This possible future is nullified by Robert Clotworthy by the end of the game. Rory Swann survives the game.
  • Assassin's Creed III (2012) [Nicholas Biddle]: Fatally injured in a fight with Noah Watts.
  • Transformers: Fall of Cybertron (2012) [Megatron/Metroplex/Ratchet]: Megatron is crushed to death by Metroplex (a city-sized Transformer), but is revived by Isaac C. Singleton Jr. later in the game. Metroplex sacrifices himself by transferring his energy to power the Autobot Ark. Ratchet survives the game.
  • StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void (2015) [Dark Templar Prelate Zeratul/Engineer Rory Swann]: Playing dual roles, Zeratul suffers a mortal stab wound when fighting a mind-controlled Patrick Seitz. Zeratul disintegrates into ashes when Patrick is freed from his mind control. Rory Swann survives the game.

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