Patrick Stewart in I, Claudius

Patrick Stewart (1940 - )

Film Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Hennessy (1975) [Tilney]: Shot to death when his gun goes off during a struggle with Rod Steiger in the back of a car; his body is shown again later on when Rod abandons the car in front of a police station. (Thanks to Tony)
  • Excalibur(1981) [Leondegrance]: Dies off-screen while searching for the Holy Grail.  While his death isn't specifically mentioned, it is mentioned that all the knights died looking for it.  
  • Lifeforce (Space Vampires) (1985) [Dr. Armstrong]: Life force drained by Mathilda May after she leaves his body having possessed him, on top of being injected by Peter Firth with 2 injections of a mixture of pentothal and morphine. (Thanks to Jennifer and Philip)
  • Conspiracy Theory (1997) [Dr. Jonas]: Shot repeatedly in the chest by Julia Roberts whilst he's underwater (after Patrick shoots Mel Gibson, who is trying to drown him with a mop). His body is later seen as it floats to the surface.
  • TMNT (2007; animated) (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) [Max Winters]: Crumbles into dust after his immortality is lifted. (Thanks to Mariano)
  • Logan (2017) [Professor Charles Xaiver]: Fatally wounded when he is stabbed in the chest by a clone of Hugh Jackman, who Patrick mistakes for the original; he dies shortly after as the original Hugh loads him onto the back of a pickup truck, and is seen again when Dafne Keen sees his body.

TV Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Antony and Cleopatra (1974 TV) [Enobarbus]: He dies after being discovered by two guards and delivering a repentant monologue; he may have been mortally wounded (off-screen) on the battlefield or died of guilt for being disloyal to Antony.
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation: Time Squared (1989) [Captain Jean-Luc Picard]: Playing a dual role as the normal "Captain Picard" and a "Captain Picard" from an alternate timeline several hours into the future, the "Captain Picard" from the future is shot with a phaser by the normal "Captain Picard". His body disappears moments later, when the alternate timeline ceases to exist.
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation: Cause and Effect (1992) [Captain Jean-Luc Picard]: Killed in an explosion, along with the rest of the crew, when the Enterprise collides with Kelsey Grammer's ship; due to a time-loop, this is repeated several times until Brent Spiner succeeds in preventing the collision. (Thanks to Stephen)
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation: Tapestry (1993) [Captain Jean-Luc Picard]: Is possibly clinically dead for a few moments after an (off-screen) alien causes his heart attack. He's seen in sickbay, then with John de Lancie in what de Lancie claims is the afterlife, where he shows Patrick what his life would've been like if not for the incident that cost him his real heart. He's later seen waking up in sickbay, with the episode leaving it ambiguous where his experience was real or a hallucination.
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation: All Good Things... (1994) [Captain Jean-Luc Picard]: Portraying a triple role of "Captain Picard" from the past, present, and future, each is killed when the Enterprise of each point in time converge and are destroyed while collapsing the anti-time anomaly. John de Lancie returns Patrick to the present, with the timeline having been reset.
  • The Canterville Ghost (1997 TV) [Sir Simon de Canterville]: Suffocated after being entombed alive in the castle, several centuries in the past; he appears as a ghost throughout the movie.
  • Moby Dick (1998 mini-series) [Captain Ahab]: Drowned after being lashed to the whale when he harpoons it (his body is later seen floating underwater).
  • Safe House (1998 TV) [Mace Sowell]: Drowns in a pool after being shot, along with Kimberly Williams Paisley, in a dream sequence. He survives the actual movie.
  • A Christmas Carol (1999 TV) [Ebenezer Scrooge]: Is shown a vision of the future after his death from unspecified causes; this future is undone when Patrick changes his ways.
  • Mysterious Island (2005 TV Movie) [Captain Nemo]: Dissolved in lava after being trapped in the Nautilus from the erupting volcano at the end of TV Movie.
  • Star Trek: Picard (2020) [Admiral Jean-Luc Picard]: His biological body dies as a result of a fatal brain abnormality in the course of stopping a Romulan attack on the Synth homeworld. However his consciousness is imprinted on a positronic brain, and he is revived in a synthetic body.

Video Game Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (2006) [Emperor Uriel Septim VII]: Stabbed in the back by an assassin while Patrick is speaking to the player character.
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 (2014) [Zobek]: Destroyed when Robert Carlyle shatters his body after freezing him with a sword.

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