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Ron Livingston (with Alia Shawkat) in Search Party: The House of Uncanny Truths


The 5th Wave (2016) - Cassie Losing Her Father Scene

Ron Livingston (1967 - )

Film Deaths[]

  • Parkland (2013) [James Hosty]: Dies (off-screen) in 2011; we are informed of his death (along with a photo of the real Hosty) during the on-screen text at the end of the film.
  • The 5th Wave (2016) [Oliver Sullivan]: Shot to death (off-camera), along with other gathered adult survivors at the camp, by Liev Schreiber and his squadron (the 4th Wave) when the crowd becomes panicked, outraged, and confused, refusing to follow Liev's orders and instructions (in regards to determining whether or not each of the survivors is an "other" through difficult procedures before seeing their children again.). We see the soldiers open fire on the crowd and chaos erupts with people getting shot one by one as Ron's daughter (Chloe Grace Moretz) witnesses the start of the massacre from several feet away; she then runs several more feet away and cowers in fear against a tree as the sound of gunfire continues to ring out. His body is shown when Chloe returns and discovers him lying dead among the other corpses.

Television Deaths[]

  • Search Party: The House of Uncanny Truths (2016) [Keith]: Hit on the head with a stone trophy by John Reynolds while Ron is attacking Alia Shawkat. His body is shown again the episode Murder! while Alia, John, and John Early attempt to dispose of him and he later appears as a hallucination to Alia in the episodes Paralysis and Suspicion. The episode Doctor Mindbender also depicts an alternate version of his death where Cole Escola manipulates Alia into believing that John Reynolds hit him on the head while John Early and Meredith Hagner were restraining him.
  • A Million Little Things: Pilot (2018) [Jonathan Dixon]: Commits suicide by jumping out of a skyscraper (off-screen); we last see him stepping onto the skyscraper's balcony and seeing Christina Ochoa's reaction to realizing he jumped.