Gregg Henry in Fair Game

Gregg Henry (1952 - )

Film Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Body Double (1984) [Sam]: Drowned after his dog knocks him into the reservoir. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
  • Fair Game (Mamba) (1988) [Gene]: Bitten on the throat by a black mamba in Trudie Styler's home, after she tricks him into thinking the snake has killed her.
  • Sharon's Secret (1995) [Detective Thomas McGregor]: Burned to death after Candace Cameron pushes him off the basement stairs as Gregg was about to shoot Mel Harris. (Gregg had previously set fire to the mansion in an attempt to kill Mel and Candace.)
  • Layover (2001) [Jack Gillardo]: Shot in the back by Sherri Alexander while Gregg is holding a gun on David Hasselhoff while standing on the wing of an airplane in a hangar; he then falls off of the wing, so it's arguable whether it was the shot or the fall that killed him.
  • Slither (2006) [Mayor Jack MacReady]: Shot in the head by Nathan Fillion (at Gregg's own request) as the alien parasites are taking over Gregg's body.

TV Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Pearl (1978 TV mini-series) [Lt. (j.g.) Doug North]: Dies (off-screen) from his injuries during the attack on Pearl Harbor. We learn of his death when Lesley Ann Warren informs Tiana Alexandra of his death.
  • The Blue and the Grey (1982 TV mini-series) [Lester Bedell]: Killed when the hospital he's in is bombarded by Union troops. (Thanks to Robert)
  • Murder, She Wrote: The Big Kill (1993) [Carl Ward]: Dies of carbon monoxide poisoning after Michael Beck knocks him out and handcuffs him in a sabotaged boat's engine room. His body is shown afterwards when Michael goes into the boat, and the murder is shown in a flashback later on.
  • Murder, She Wrote: Crimson Harvest (1994) [Lars Anderson]: Hit on the head with a walking stick by Robert Pine.
  • Terminal (1996 TV) [Brian O'Grady]: Shot twice in the chest by Michael Ironside after a lengthy chase. (Thanks to ND)
  • Murder, She Wrote: Mrs. Parker's Revenge (1996) [Mark Reisner]: Shot twice in the stomach by William O'Leary.
  • Lizzie Borden Took an Ax (2014 TV) [Hosea M. Knowlton]: Died (off-screen) (though I don't know the details).

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