Viggo Mortensen in A Perfect Murder

Viggo Mortensen (1958 - )

Film Deaths

  • Prison (1989) [Burke/Charlie Forsythe]: Playing a dual role from two different time periods; Charlie Forsythe is executed in the electric chair back in 1956 (when Lane Smith and the other guards convince or make the executioner pull the switch, despite Charlie possibly being given a stay of execution in light of suppressed evidence), he appears as a ghost or a zombie (played by Kane Hodder in heavy makeup) throughout the film (and presumably returns to the afterlife when Lane dies). Burke survives the film.
  • Tripwire (1990) [Hans]: Shot in the back by David Warner, when David tries to shoot Terence Knox and Terence moves Viggo into the line of fire.
  • Boiling Point (1993) [Ronnie]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with Wesley Snipes in a nightclub.
  • The Young Americans (1993) [Carl Frazer]: Shot repeatedly with a shotgun by a rival mobster as Harvey Keitel looks on.
  • Daylight (1996) [Roy Nord]: Crushed in the mid-river passage as it collapses.
  • A Perfect Murder (1998) [David Shaw]: Stabbed in the stomach by Michael Douglas in a train compartment.
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) [Aragorn]: Although he survives the movie, his body is shown (having died of old age) in a vision of the future showing how the immortal Liv Tyler will outlive him.
  • Alatriste (2006) [Diego Alatriste]: Killed (off-screen), in the battle of Rocroi. The movie ends with a freeze frame of Viggo and his men charging against the French soldiers, but his fate is strongly implied.
  • Todos Tenemos un Plan (2012) (Everybody Has a Plan) [Agustín/Pedro]: Playing a dual role as twins; "Pedro" is drowned in a bathtub by "Agustín" (who presumably takes his twin's identity). "Agustín" dies after been mortally wound by Daniel Fanego, who shots "Agustín" while "Agustín" attacked Daniel with a machete.

TV Deaths


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