Jon Bernthal (1976 - )
Deaths in FilmEdit
- World Trade Center (2006) [Christopher Amoroso]: Crushed to death by debris when the building he is inside collapses; he dies while trying to reach an elevator.
- The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) [Brad]: Dies of a heart attack (off-screen) years after the film ends; his death is revealed through Leonardo DiCaprio's narration.
- Fury (2014) [Grady 'Coon-Ass' Travis]: Dies when a projectile pierces his tank and hits him.
- Wind River (2017) [Matt Rayburn]: Beaten to death by the security team (including James Jordan) during a struggle as he tries to save Kelsey Asbille from being raped. His death is shown in a flashback sequence and he is first seen when Jeremy Renner discovers his badly-decomposed body in the snow.
- Widows (2018) [Florek]: Blown up alongside Manuel Garcia-Rulfo and Coburn Goss after Liam Neeson detonates a bomb hidden in their van.
- The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019) [Mark]: Dies off-screen in a car crash after Shia LaBeouf falls asleep at the wheel and crashes the car that they're both in. His death is shown in a flashback.
Deaths in TelevisionEdit
- The Pacific: Basilone (2010) [Sgt. Manuel Rodriguez]: Shot to death by Japanese soldiers (off-screen); his body is shown when Jon Seda discovers him.
- The Walking Dead: Better Angels (2012) [Shane Walsh]: Stabbed in the chest by Andrew Lincoln while Andrew is handing over his gun to Jon. He later returns as a zombie and is shot in the head by Chandler Riggs.
- The Walking Dead: Made to Suffer (2012) [Shane Walsh]: Appearing as a hallucination to Andrew Lincoln, he is shot in the head by Andrew after shooting Vincent M. Ward; it is then revealed he was actually one of David Morrissey's men (played by an unknown actor) when Andrew approaches the dead man's body.
- Daredevil (2015 series) (2016) [Frank Castle/The Punisher]: Jon was clinically dead from a gunshot wound to the head by a crime-related shootout engineered by Clancy Brown that claimed the life of his family before his eventual revival and entrance into the vigilante business prior to the start of the series.
Deaths in Video GamesEdit
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint (2019) [Lt. Colonel Cole D. Walker]: Mortally wounded in a firefight by Alix Wilton Regan/Alex Mallari, Jr..
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