Rade Serbedzija in 'Quarantine'
Rade Serbedzija (1946 - )
a.k.a. Rade Sherbedgia
(and other alternate spellings)
Father of Lucija Serbedzija and Danilo Serbedzija
(director)
Predstava Hamleta u Mrdusi Donjaj (Acting Hamlet in the Village of Mrdusa Donja) (1974) [Joco/Hamlet]: Presumably stabbed with a poison blade during a swordfight in the play-within-the-film. (I haven't seen this, so I don't know whether Hamlet's death scene is shown or not.)

Manifesto (A Night of Love) (1988) [Emile]: Accidentally hits his head on the floor when he falls off the bed during horseplay with Camilla Soeberg; she later rolls his body up in a rug and gets Eric Stoltz to help her get rid of the body.

Mighty Joe Young (1998) [Andrei Strasser]: Electrocuted when the giant gorilla throws him into some power lines just as Rade is about to shoot Charlize Theron. (Thanks to ND)

Mission: Impossible II (2000) [Dr. Nekhorvich]: Neck snapped by Dougray Scott (who was disguised as Tom Cruise, and thus was actually played by Tom in this scene) on board the airplane. (Thanks to ND)

Snatch. (2000) [Boris the Blade]: Shot repeatedly by Vinnie Jones. (Thanks to Tal, Jeff, and ND)

Quicksand (2003) [Oleg Butraskaya]: Shot in the eye by a police officer. (Thanks to ND)

The Fog (2005) [Captain William Blake]: Burned to death, along with the rest of his crew, when the townspeople set fire to his ship, centuries in the past; he appears as a ghost in the present-day story. (Thanks to ND)

Surface: Episode 6 (2005) [Dr. Aleksander Cirko]: Hit by a car; he later dies (off-screen) in the hospital. (Thanks to ND)

Shooter (2007) [Michael Sandor]: Commits suicide by shooting himself. (Thanks to ND)

24: Day 6: 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM (2007) [Dmitri Gredenko]: Dies of shock/blood loss after his arm is cut off. (Thanks to Dane)

Quarantine (2008) [Yuri Ivanov]: Dies (off-screen) of the rabies-like virus, after being bitten on the throat by Craig Susser. (Thanks to Cody)

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010) [Gregorovitch]: Killed with the Avada Kedavra curse by Ralph Fiennes; shown in a vision that Daniel Radcliffe sees. (Thanks to Tommy)
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