Steven Brand's death in The Scorpion King

Steven Brand (1969 - )

Deaths in Film[edit | edit source]

  • The Scorpion King (2002) [Memnon]: Shot in the chest with an arrow by Dwayne Johnson, causing him to fall to his death into an explosion (setting him on fire in the process).
  • Hellraiser: Revelations (2011) [Ross Craven]: Shot repeatedly in the stomach by Jay Gillespie (who’s disguised as his son Nick Eversman); he dies whilst talking to his daughter (Tracey Fairaway).
  • Saving Lincoln (2013) [Ned Baker]: Killed when his regimen was overwhelmed by Confederate forces (off-screen). His death is mentioned to Tom Amandes and his funeral is shown.
  • Mayhem (2017) [John Towers]: Falls to his death after being thrown off of a balcony by Steven Yeun.

TV Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • NCIS: Pop Life (2005) [Ian 'Bulldog' Hitch]: Shot twice in the chest (off-camera) by Mark Griffin.
  • Human Target: Ilsa Pucci (2010) [Marshall Pucci]: Killed (off-screen) sometime before the episode's events by Emily Foxler under the orders of Jake Weber; the episode reveals his death when Rick Hoffman reveals Steven's severed eye to his wife (Indira Varma) before using it on a retinal scan. (Brand later appears as Marshall in flashback scenes in the later episode, "Marshall Pucci")
  • Hellsing Ultimate: Chapter IX (2014; anime) [Alexander Anderson]: Had his heart, with Helena's Nail embedded inside it, ripped out by Alucard (Crispin Freeman) and subsequently crushed within Alucard's hands. As Alucard falls despondent over how he and Anderson are the same kind of monster, Anderson reminds him that demons do not cry, while Alucard assures him that he'll see Anderson in Hell. As Anderson reminisces about the orphanage and tells Heinkel (Karen Strassman) and Yumie (Siobhan Flynn) not to cry, he lets out a final "Amen" as he crumples into dust. His remains are subsequently destroyed by a rejuvenated Walter C. Dornez (Liam O'Brien) as a final insult.
  • Teen Wolf: Lie Ability (2016) [Dr. Gabriel Valack]: Right half of head blown to pieces by Holland Roden's banshee scream.
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