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Jeffrey Dean Morgan in The Salvation

Jeffrey Dean Morgan (1966 - )

Film Deaths[]

Television Deaths[]

  • Sliders: El Sid (1996) [Sid]: Shot with a pistol by Rebecca Chambers as the entire prison compound started to sink into the ocean.
  • In the Blink of an Eye (1996) [Jessie Tafero]: Executed by the electric chair (off-screen).
  • Walker, Texas Ranger (1993 series) [Jake Hobart]: Shot to death by Chuck Norris.
  • Star Trek: Enterprise: Carpenter Street (2003) [Damron]: Shot with a phase pistol by Scott Bakula when he attempts to release a bioweapon. His body was later seen again after being transported to the future. His body is seen yet again in the ship's morgue (then played by body double Henry Farnam) in the later episode The Forgotten. (Jeffrey was wearing heavy alien prosthetics for the role).
  • Weeds: You Can't Miss the Bear (2005) [Judah Botwin]: Dies (off-screen) of a heart attack while jogging with his son (Alexander Gould), some time before the series starts. (Jeffrey does not appear in the opening episode, but the character's death is established; he has only appeared in the video tape/flashback footage in the episodes Free Goat and Dead in the Nethers.) (Thanks to TS)
  • Grey's Anatomy: Losing My Religion (2006) [Denny Duquette]: Dies of an embolism following heart surgery. (Thanks to Alex, Bridget and TS)
  • Supernatural: In My Time of Dying (2006) [John Winchester]: Dies of an apparent heart attack, after offering his life to a demon in exchange for saving the life of his son (Jensen Ackles); his body is seen in the next episode on a lit funeral pyre with his ghost later seen in subsequent episodes. (Thanks to Bridget, TS and Sara)
  • Texas Rising (2015 TV Mini-series) ['Deaf' Smith]: Dies from tuberculosis with Bill Paxton by his bedside. (Historically inaccurate, the real Deaf Smith died on November 30th, 1837. This mini-series shows him dying before October 22nd, 1836).
  • The Boys: Dirty Business (2024) [Joe Kessler]: Revealed to have died off-screen years before the events of the episode. The Jeffrey we see is a hallucination conjured up by Karl Urban's brain tumour.


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