Jeremy Piven (1965 - )
Film Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Judgment Night (1993) [Ray Cochran]: Thrown off of a roof by Denis Leary (his body is later seen when one of Denis' cohorts drops a ring beside him). (Thanks to Randal)
- Kiss the Girls (1997) [Henry Castillo, LAPD]: Shot repeatedly in the stomach, chest and throat by Tony Goldwyn (during an ambush in a remote cabin). He dies whilst talking to Morgan Freeman, Bill Nunn and Ashley Judd as they try to save him.
- Phoenix (1998) [Fred Shuster]: Shot repeatedly in the stomach by Xander Berkeley as he opens fire on him and Ray Liotta. His body is later seen when Xander shoots him again (presumably in the head) after stealing some money.
- Very Bad Things (1998) [Michael Berkow]: Killed (off-screen, I can't recall whether the method was specified) by Christian Slater who then shoots him (to make it look like murder-suicide); we learn of his death afterwards when Christian tells Jon Favreau (after Jon hears gunfire coming from the house).
- Highway (2002) [Scawldy]: Killed by M.C. Gainey’s cohorts (I haven’t seen all the film but it’s confirmed/clarified he dies).
- Old School (2003) [Dean Gordon 'Cheese' Pritchard]: Killed in an explosion after Craig Kilborn's car goes over a bridge and lands on him while he's fishing in the river. (Played for comic effect.) (Thanks to Randal)
- Smokin' Aces (2006) [Buddy 'Aces' Israel]: Dies (along with Joseph Ruskin) when Ryan Reynolds disconnects both of their life-support systems (there is an alternative ending where Ryan shoots both Jeremy and Joseph). (Thanks to JOK, Randal, and Tom)
- Spy Kids: All the Time in the World (2011) [Danger D'Amo/Timekeeper/Tick Tock]: Playing multiple roles; *Danger D’Amo’s father* dies during the passage of time.
- Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014) [Bob]: Shot in the eye by Christopher Meloni, who then throws his body off a cliff.
TV Deaths[edit | edit source]
- 12:01 (1993 TV) [Howard Richter]: Shot to death by a couple of Martin Landau's hitmen in an alley, while Jonathan Silverman looks on helplessly. He is brought back to life when the day starts over again due to the time-loop, and he survives the rest of the movie.
- Spider-Man: The New Animated Series: Mind Games (2003; animated) [Roland Gaines]: Perished in an explosion along with his sister: Roxanne (Kathy Griffin).
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