Vincent D'Onofrio in The Cell

Vincent D'Onofrio (1959 - )

Film DeathsEdit

  • Salt on Our Skin (1992) [Gavin]: Dies of cancer (off-screen). (Thanks to Debbe)
  • Ed Wood (1994) [Orson Welles]: Dies (off-screen) of a heart attack, some years after the movie ends.
  • The Whole Wide World (1996) [Robert E. Howard]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by shooting himself in the head; we only see a scene of Renee Zellweger being informed of his death.
  • The Velocity of Gary (1998) [Valentino]: Dies of AIDS-related complications in the hospital, shortly after Salma Hayek and Thomas Jane take a break from their bedside vigil. (Thanks to Megan and Jesse)
  • The Thirteenth Floor (1999) [Jason Whitney/Jerry Ashton]: Playing a dual role in two virtual-reality planes, "Jason" (in Jerry's role) is run over by a car in the 1930s simulation. "Jerry" (now in Jason's role) is shot repeatedly in the head and chest by Craig Bierko. (Thanks to Betty and PortsGuy)
  • Impostor (2001) [Major D.H. Hathaway]: Killed in an hydrogen/nuclear explosion (along with all his cohorts) when Gary Sinise's android duplicate self-destructs (after Vincent discovers the real Gary Sinise dead in a space craft). (Thanks to Jesse)
  • Escape Plan (2013) [Lester Clark]: Dies (off-screen) of asphyxiation after being locked in his car in a shipping container on a ship by 50 Cent.

TV DeathsEdit

  • Homicide: Life on the Street: The Subway (1997) [John Lange] Run over by a subway train after being pushed onto the tracks; he is not instantly killed, and the entire episode deals with his ordeal being pinned under the subway car (as any attempt to free him will only kill him sooner). I believe his actual death occurred off-screen (but it's been so long since I've seen the episode that I can't recall for certain.)
  • The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1998 TV) [Mr. Blue]: Commits suicide by electrocuting himself on the subway's third rail, rather than be arrested by Edward James Olmos. (I haven't seen this version, but I have seen Robert Shaw's death in the 1974 version.) (Thanks to Debbe)

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