Jeffrey Wright (1965 - )
Film Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Basquiat (Build a Fort, Set It on Fire) (1996) [Jean Michel Basquiat]: Dies (off-screen) of a drug overdose; my memory of the movie is vague, but I believe there was only some on-screen text informing us of his death.
- The Manchurian Candidate (2004) [Al Melvin]: Killed (off-screen). His body is later shown when pictures of his corpse are shown to Denzel Washington.
- A Single Shot (2013) [Simon]: Commits suicide by shooting himself (off-screen) in Sam Rockwell's house; this is implied when Sam hears the shot from outside.
- The Good Dinosaur (2015; animated) [Poppa Henry]: Playing the voice of a dinosaur, he drowns in a flash flood (off-screen) while trying to save his son (voiced by Raymond Ochoa); we last see him just before the flood swallows him, and his death is confirmed when the scene cuts away to a shot of his grave. He appears in a vision to Raymond later on.
TV Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Boardwalk Empire; Eldorado Boardwalk Empire; Eldorado (2014) [Dr. Narcisse]: Shot to death by Vincent Piazza's men as he's walking outside a church.
- The Venture Bros: Tanks For Nuthin (2016; animated) [Think Tank]: Killed in an explosion when Battleaxe (voiced by Barbara Rosenblat) runs him over with her car, through Dr. Venture's (voiced by James Urbaniak) compound and into a hole in the lobby.
- Westworld: The Well Tempered Clavier (2016) [Bernard Lowe]: Commits suicide by shooting himself in the head, when he is ordered to do so by Anthony Hopkins. Jeffrey plays a robot and is ressurrected in the following episode.
- Westworld: The Bicameral Mind (2016) [Bernard Lowe/Arnold]: Jeffrey plays duel roles in the episode. "Bernard" is brought back to life from the previous episode (he is a "host"/robot). "Arnold" is shot in the back of the head by Evan Rachel Wood in a flashback scene.
- Rick and Morty: The Old Man and the Seat (2019) [Tony]: Dies off-screen in a skiing accident. His death is revealed when Justin Roiland is informed by Jeffrey's secretary.
Noteworthy Connections[edit | edit source]
- Ex-Mr. Carmen Ejogo
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