Tom Berenger in Platoon

Tom Berenger (1949 - )

Film DeathsEdit

  • The Dogs Of War (1980) [Drew]: Shot repeatedly in the back by a loyalist villager (as he is heading out of the door). His body is later seen when Christopher Walken pulls back the blanket.
  • Platoon (1986) [Sergeant Bob Barnes]: Shot three times in the chest by Charlie Sheen, after Tom is wounded by the Viet Cong and challenges Charlie to finish him off. (Thanks to Gary, Vlabor, ND, Don, Nilescu, Joyce, Graeme, and David)
  • Betrayed (1988) [Gary Simmons]: Shot to death by Debra Winger just as Tom is about to kill David Clennon with a sniper rifle. (Thanks to ND)
  • The Field (1990) [The American]: Head smashed repeatedly against the rocks by Richard Harris during a fight. His body is shown again when it's hoisted out of the lake with a crane by the townspeople.
  • Shattered (1991) [Dan Merrick/Jack Stanton]: Playing a dual role as 'Dan' and the surgically altered 'Jack'; Dan is shot to death by Greta Scacchi as Scott Getlin looks on in shock (with Jack being left an amnesiac and disfigured from a car crash thereby needing plastic surgery), with Dan's perfectly preserved body later discovered when Bob Hoskins comes across him in a chemical storage ship container (then again when he pulls 'Dan' out of a pool of Formaldehyde in the bowels of a shipwreck to show 'Jack'). (Jack survives the movie.)
  • Sliver (1993) [Jack Landsford]: Shot to death by Sharon Stone as Tom, Sharon and William Baldwin are struggling over the gun. (Thanks to Gary, ND and Joyce)

TV DeathsEdit

  • One Life to Live: April 6, 1976 (1976) [Tim Siegel]: Dies from injuries he sustained after falling down a flight of stairs.
  • Cutaway (2000 TV) [Red Line]: Commits suicide by removing his parachute while falling through the sky; after talking to Stephen Baldwin. (Thanks to Gary)
  • Johnson County War (2001 mini-series) [Cain Hammett]: Jumps through the window of his burning cabin, shoots dead two of the horde of hired guns besieging him, but is then shot multiple times by Silas Weir Mitchell and a line of seven others. (Thanks to Brian)