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Sam Neill (1947 - )
Film Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Sleeping Dogs (1977) [Smith] Shot to death by Clyde Scott.
- Omen III: The Final Conflict (1981) [Damien Thorn]: Stabbed to death by Lisa Harrow. (Thanks to PortsGuy and Robert)
- Possession (1981) [Mark]: Thrown over a spiral-staircase railing by his own duplicate, after having been shot several times (first by police and then by Isabelle Adjani).
- Attack Force Z (1982) [Sergeant D.J. Costello]: Shot to death by Japanese soldiers in a battle on the beach. (Thanks to Thierry)
- Ivanhoe (1982) [Brian de Bois-Guilbert]: Stabbed in the stomach with a sword by Anthony Andrews. (Thanks to Gordon)
- The Blood of Others (Le Sang des autres) (1984) [Bergman]: Commits suicide by shooting himself in the mouth in a hotel room, while Jodie Foster tries to pull the gun away. The scene cuts to outside the room at the moment of the shot, then his body is shown lying on the floor afterwards.
- The Hunt for Red October (1990) [Captain Vasily Borodin]: Shot to death by Tomas Arana. He dies moments later while talking to Sean Connery. (Thanks to Jose and Neil)
- Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992) [David Jenkins]: Falls to his death from a construction site after Chevy Chase lures him onto an unstable scaffolding. (Thanks to Jeff, Adam, Liz, and ND)
- Event Horizon (1997) [Dr. William Weir]: After being possessed by one of the entities aboard the ship, he is sucked out into space (having gouged his eyes out) as he shoots at Richard T. Jones, he is later brought back to life by the entities possessing the ship and is killed in the destruction of the trans-dimensional portal when Laurence Fishburne destroys it. He returns briefly in a dream that Joely Richardson was having before the film ends. (Thanks to Matt and ND)
- Bicentennial Man (1999) [Richard Martin]: Dies of natural causes in his bedroom. (Thanks to Jorge)
- Dirty Deeds (2002) [Ray]: Killed by mobsters (my memory is vague on this, but I recall he died).
- Perfect Strangers (2003) [The Man]: Dies of shock/blood loss due to being stabbed by Rachael Blake. He later appears "alive" in Rachael's mind, while his body is shown inside her freezer towards the film's end, confirming that Sam did indeed die and that his post-stabbing scenes were all in Rachael's imagination.
- Little Fish (2005) [rad "The Jockey" Thompson]: Beaten then shot after being overdosed on heroin (presumably by Stephen Moss).
- Skin (2008) [Abraham Laing]: Dies off-screen of cancer we only learn of his death when his daughter (Sophie Okonedo) reads about it.
- Under The Mountain (2009) [Mr. Jones]: Killed presumably in a fight with the alien Wilberforces, he dies as (no doubt) Tom Cameron and Sophie McBride look on (my memory is vague on this but it’s confirmed/clarified he dies at the end).
- Daybreakers (2010) [Charles Bromley]: Decapitated and torn apart by the subsiders after Ethan Hawke leaves Sam tied up in an elevator. (Thanks to Tommy)
- Legend of the Guardians; The Owls of Ga'Hoole (2010; animated) [Allomere]: Playing the voice of an owl, Sam is killed by several bats sent out by Metalbeak (voiced by Joel Edgerton). However, in Legends of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole the Video Game (2010), its revealed he survived and escape the Bats, see also Andre Sogliuzzo who voices Allomere in the Video Game.
- Peter Rabbit (2018) [Old Mr. McGregor / Tommy Brock]: Playing a dual role; Old Mr. McGregor dies of a heart attack in front of Peter Rabbit (voiced by James Corden) as he's about to make Peter into a pie. Tommy Brock survives the film.
TV Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Reilly: The Ace of Spies (1983) [Sidney Reilly a.k.a. Sigmund Rosenblum]: Shot to death. (Thanks to Steve)
- The Tudors: The Death of Wolsey (2007) [Cardinal Wolsey]: Commits suicide by slitting himself his own throat in his cell. (This bears no resemblance to the historical facts of Wolsey's death.) (Thanks to Stephen, PortsGuy, and Thierry)
- And Then There Were None (2015 mini-series) [General John MacArthur]: Bludgeoned with a telescope (off-screen) by Charles Dance; his body is seen when Miranda Richardson discovers it.
Notable Connections[edit | edit source]
- Husband of Noriko Watanabe (make-up artist).
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