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Robert Patrick (1958 - )
Film Deaths:[edit | edit source]
- Die Hard 2 (1990) (Die Hard 2: Die Harder) [O'Reilly]: Shot to death by Bruce Willis (after Bruce drops a grate on him). (Thanks to Neil)
- Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) [T-1000]: As the "default" form of a shape-shifting robot, he is destroyed when he falls into a foundry after being shot with a grenade launcher by Arnold Schwarzenegger, shifting wildly between the forms of Robert, Jenette Goldstein, Don Stanton, and his true CGI body, until he finally melts into inert molten metal. (Thanks to Jack, Germboygel, Neil, and Tal)
- Last Gasp (1995) [Leslie Chase]: After being possessed by the spirit of the murdered Totec chieftan he is then strangled by Joanna Pacula
- Cop Land (1997) [Jack Rucker]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with Sylvester Stallone. (Thanks to Jack, Germboygel, and Neil)
- Rogue Force (Renegade Force; Counter Force; Six Angry Men) (1998) [Jake McInroy]: Shot in the head by Michael Rooker. (Thanks to Jack)
- Angels Don't Sleep Here (2001) [Detective Russell Stark]: Hits his head on a rock at the end of a fight. (Thanks to Gary)
- D-Tox (2002) (Eye See You) [Noah]: Hanged (off-screen) by Christopher Fulford, we only see Fulford holding a noose followed by Sylvester Stallone finding him hanging from a beam.
- Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003) [Ray Carter]: Shot repeatedly by Demi Moore on top of the observatory (after she tricks him into hiding the rings in a safe place). (Thanks to Jack, Germboygel, and Neil)
- The Marine (2006) [Rome]: Neck snapped when John Cena hurls him to the ground by the chain around his neck, on top of having been severely burned in a burning barn.
- Flags Of Our Fathers (2006) [Lieutenant Colonel Chandler Johnson]: Killed by Japanese artillery during the Battle of Iwo Jima. This is not seen or mentioned in the movie, but did happen historically. This is included since much of the movie takes place after the war.
- We Are Marshall (2006) [Coach Rick Tolley]: Killed in a plane crash, along with the rest of the football team. (Thanks to Neil)
- Balls of Fury (2007) [Sgt. Pete Daytona]: Hacked to death (off-screen) with a machete by one of Christopher Walken's henchmen; we last see him being led away, and his death is confirmed in a newspaper headline. (Played for comedy) (Thanks to Neil)
- Alien Trespass (2009) [Vern]: Consumed by the alien monster after Robert empties his pistol into it. The act reduces him to a puddle of goo.
- The Black Waters of Echo's Pond (2009) [Pete]: Decapitated (off-screen) with a chainsaw by the possessed Walker Howard; his severed head (a special-effects dummy head) is shown afterwards when James Duval and Danielle Harris discover it. This turns out to be a vision of the future that the game shows to James, with the implication that it will come true as the game continues.
- The Wrath of Cain (2010) [Warden Dean]: Details Needed.
- S.W.A.T: Firefight (2011) [Walter Hatch]: Dies in an explosion, after Gabriel Macht push Robert from a window throwing at him a vest full of explosives and shoot the vest by the time it hits Robert. We see then Robert's burned body falling.
- Safe House (2012) [Daniel Kiefer]: Shot (in the head having been first shot in the stomach) by Fares Fares when Fares and his men raid the safe house in search of Denzel Washington. The actual impact of the bullet isn't shown, but we do see Ryan Reynolds' reaction afterwards, as well as a shot of Robert's body.
- Gangster Squad (2013) [Detective Max Kennard]: Shot in the chest and stomach by Holt McCallany. He dies after shooting Holt in return (helped by Michael Pena) along with several mobsters and while talking to Pena.
- Ask Me Anything (2014) [Doug Kampenfelt]: Dies (off-screen) from a brain hemmorhage after suffering an accidental fall. We find out about his death after Zuleikha Robinson informs his daughter (Britt Robertson) over the phone.
- Tell (2014) [Ashton]: Shot in the head or chest with a shotgun by Faizon Love as he is about to shoot Milo Ventimiglia.
- Lost after Dark (2015) [Mr.C]: Decapitated by Junior Joad (Mark Wiebe) while prepares to face off.
- Eloise (2017) [Dr. H.H. Greiss]: Burns to death (off-screen) in a fire when the hospital burns down in 1982; he appears throughout the film in a vintage interview and when Chace Crawford and Eliza Dushku are sent back in time.
- Last Rampage: The Escape of Gary Tison (2017) [Gary Tison]: Dies from exposure in the desert.
- Edge of Fear (2018) [Jack Pryor]: Shot in the head by Robert Knepper, as Patrick was about to kill Shen Lin.
- Tone-Deaf (2019) [Harvey]: Stabbed in the heart repeatedly by Amanda Crew, upon being shot by Kim Delaney.
- Honest Thief (2020) [Agent Sam Baker]: Shot twice in the chest by Jai Courtney in order to frame Liam Neeson for murder (as Liam looks on helplessly). His body is later seen when Jeffrey Donovan discovers him.
TV Deaths:[edit | edit source]
- The Outer Limits: Quality of Mercy (1995) [Major John Skokes]: Dies off screen in captivity (although he reprises his role in The Light Brigade, it’s revealed he’s been replaced by an alien).
- The Outer Limits; The Light Brigade (1996) [Major John Skokes]: Lobotomised by Frank Welker]: Shot several times by either Larry McKinley or Frank Roberts/Jordan Williams (and several other mobsters) who then buries his body (back in the fifties before the film begins). He appears as a ghost throughout the story (while his death and disposal of his body is shown in a ghostly flashback seen by Dean Cain). Whilst his skeleton is later found by Dean after he digs it up in a basement below a bar.
- The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest: heroes (1996; animated) [Race Bannon]: Turned into stone after accidentally looking into Medusa (disguise as Jeremiah Surd) (Frank Welker)'s eyes despite Jonny (J.D. Roth) telling him not to look at her eyes. He is restored along with Jessie (Jesse Douglas) after Jonny defeated Surd and Apollo's head is restored.
- X-Files: The Gift (2001) [Agent John Doggett]: Shot in the back by Michael McGrady; he is later brought back to life by Jordan Marder.
- The X-Files: 4-D (2001) [John Dogget]: Playing a dual role; Dogget from the parallel dimension dies when his respirator is switched off by Annabeth Gish as a mercy killing after being shot by Dylan Haggerty.
- 1st to Die (James Patterson's F1rst to Die) (2003) [Nicholas Jenks]: Shot to death by Tracy Pollan when he tries to attack her. (Thanks to Jack and Neil)
- Stargate: Atlantis: Rising (2004) [Colonel Marshall Sumner]: Shot to death by Joe Flanigan, as a mercy killing after most of Robert's life-force had been drained by Andee Frizzell.
- Stargate: Atlantis: Before I Sleep (2004) [Colonel Marshall Sumner (Alternate Timeline)]: Drowned along with his people in Atlantis city while doing recon.
- Burn Notice: Guilty as Charged (2010) [John Barrett]: Killed in a car crash when Jeffrey Donovan grabs the steering wheel causing their vehicle to swerve, presumably killing Patrick.
- Chuck: Chuck versus The Tic Tac (2010) [Col. James Keller]: Neck snapped by Adam Baldwin at the end of fight after Adam gains the upper hand.
- NCIS: Patriot Down (2010) [Col. Merton Bell]: Shot in the back (off-screen) and body is decapitated by Dylan Bruno.Robert doesn't appear in this episode, except his headless body when Mark Harmon discovers him.
- From Dusk Till Dawn: The Take (2014) [Jacob Fuller]: Stabbed in the heart by Madison Davenport as a mercy killing as Robert is about to turn into a vampire after been bitten in the arm by Brandon Soo Hoo.
- The Walking Dead: One More (2021) [Mays/May's Brother]: Playing duel roles as twin brothers, 'Mays' has his head bashed in by Seth Gilliam. 'May's Brother' shoots himself in the head.
Video Game Death:[edit | edit source]
- Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991, arcade) [T-1000]: Melts and burns when he falls into a foundry after being shot repeatedly by Arnold Schwarzenegger. (See the film deaths for the film version.)
Notable Connections[edit | edit source]
- Brother of Richard Patrick (Frontman for the alternative rock band Filter)
- Mr. Barbara Patrick
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