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Revision as of 04:00, May 10, 2019

Gillian Jacobs (1982 - )
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Gillian Jacobs' death in Fringe: The Equation

Deaths in Film

  • Revenge for Jolly! (2012) [Tina]: Shot twice off-camera in her chest (with exit wound through her back, blood splattered on the wall behind her) by Brian Petsos, after Oscar Isaac fires a warning shot into the wall beside Gillian (and Brian assumes that Oscar actually meant to kill her but missed).
  • Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012) [Waitress]: Killed (off-screen), along with everybody else on the planet, when an asteroid collides with Earth creating the solar induced fire storm that was destroying the Earth's surface. (Thanks to Tommy and Tim)
  • Visions (2015) [Sadie]: Throat slashed by Isla Fisher, who used a piece of her bed's headboard as a weapon.

Deaths in Television

  • Community: Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps (2011) [Britta Perry]: Dies in several of the story-within-the-story sequences: (1) Stabbed in the chest with a hook by Ken Jeong. (2) Drained of blood by Joel McHale. (3) Commits suicide by stabbing herself. (4) Slashed to death with a chainsaw by Jim Rash. She survives the episode in reality, obviously. (All played for comic effect.) (Thanks to Tommy)
  • The Venture Bros.: Venture Libre (2013; animated) [Marsha Blackwood]: Killed in an explosion by a booby-trapped iPad; she is later brought back to life as a Frankenstein-like creature by Dr. Venture (voiced by James Urbaniak).

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