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Hugh Laurie before his death in Tomorrowland

Hugh Laurie (1959 - )

Film DeathsEdit

TV DeathsEdit

  • The Young Ones: Bambi (1984) [Lord Monty]: Killed in a (comical) explosion when Adrian Edmondson throws a grenade at his team during a game show; we see a flash of light and smoke, then four empty seats where the team had been.
  • Blackadder the Third: Duel and Duality (1987) [George, Prince of Wales]: Shot in the chest by Stephen Fry. He regains consciousness in Tony Robinson's arms and declares that his life was saved by the cigarillo case in his pocket; he then checks his pocket, discovers that he didn't have a case after all, and immediately dies. (Played for comic effect, obviously.)
  • Blackadder's Christmas Carol (1988) [Prince George/Lord Pigmot]: As "Lord Pigmot," he is disintegrated (along with Patsy Byrne and Stephen Fry) with a futuristic device by Rowan Atkinson, in Rowan's vision of "Christmas Future." (Again, played for comic effect.)
  • Blackadder Goes Forth: Goodbyeee (1989) [Lt. George Colhurst St. Barleigh]: Shot to death (off-screen), along with the rest of the cast, after climbing out of the trench and charging towards the German troops. The scene slowly fades from them charging to a shot of the empty field. 

Music Video DeathsEdit

  • "Experiment IV" (1986) (Kate Bush music video): Dies when he is confronted by the siren Kate Bush created when the sonic weapon goes out of control (when he is cornered while calling for help). His body is later seen as Kate escapes after killing everyone in the building.

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