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Michael Fassbender in Jonah Hex

Michael Fassbender (1977 - )

Film Deaths[]

  • 300 (2006) [Stelios]: Shot in the chest with numerous arrows during a battle with Rodrigo Santoro's army; he dies shortly afterwards with Gerard Butler kneeling by his side.
  • Angel (2007) [Esme]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by hanging himself, his body is shown afterwards at his funeral.
  • Eden Lake (2008) [Steve]: Stabbed repeatedly by Jack O'Connell and Jack's gang (he later dies of shock, blood loss or infection as his wife (Kelly Reilly) tries to save him).
  • Hunger (2008) [Bobby Sands]: Dies of starvation during a hunger strike.
  • Blood Creek (2009) [Richard Wirth]: Decapitated with barbed wire by Dominic Purcell.
  • Inglourious Basterds (2009) [Lt. Archie Hickox]: Shot repeatedly in the crotch by August Diehl underneath the table, after Til Schweiger shoots August.
  • Jonah Hex (2010) [Burke]: Slashed to death by the motor of a boat when Josh Brolin shoves him into it; Josh then burns his body into ash by hitting him while deliberately bringing him back to life too long.
  • A Dangerous Method (2011) [Carl Jung]: Dies (off-screen) of old age/natural causes; his death is mentioned in the on-screen text at the end of the movie. 
  • Haywire (2011) [Paul]: Shot in the face by Gina Carano (through a pillow to muffle the shot) at the end of a fight.
  • Macbeth (2015) [Macbeth]: Stabbed and slashed by Sean Harris at the end of a sword fight after he willingly yields to Sean, while their respective soldiers look on.
  • Steve Jobs (2015) [Steve Jobs]: Dies (off-screen) of Pancreatic Cancer 13 years after the events of the movie. The real death of Steve Jobs is not mentioned in the closing of the film.
  • Alien: Covenant (2017) [David/Walter]: Playing a dual role, Walter is presumably stabbed to death (off-screen) by David. We last see David grabbing a knife to stab Walter, and Walter is not seen from that point forward in the film. 

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