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Antoine Vallon is the secondary antagonist from RoboCop (2014).

He is portrayed by Patrick Garrow.


Antoine Vallon is a Detroit mobster who was being investigated by Detective Alex Murphy who he killed via a planted car bomb which caused a near-fatal explosion witnessed by Clara and David Murphy. Vallon paid 2 Detroit police officers Andre Daniels and John Lake to keep his operation running smoothly, without police interference, for at least the last 2 years. His chief operation appears to be illegal weapons sales, some of which are retrieved from police evidence lockers.

Alex Murphy and Jack Lewis contacted him through Jerry White, the low-level perp they were doing street-buys from. They met with Vallon, posing as criminals from Chicago who wanted to make a big buy, but Vallon was tipped off, and left, just as a hit squad of three men appeared at the restaurant. 

In this shooting, Lewis gets injured, and Lake and Daniels slip Vallon the name of the hospital, in case he wants to take care of Murphy as well. Vallon is hesitant, insisting that if he kills a cop he'll have to look over his shoulder for the rest of his life (somehow overlooking the fact that his last words at the restaurant were "make sure you kill them both"), but takes the bait, sending a henchman to plant the bomb under Alex's car.

Later, he becomes frustrated because with RoboCop on the streets, he can never move any product. Lake and Daniels insist that RoboCop is just a zombie due to his unusual programming and he is safe, but Alex recovers enough of his past to pick up the investigation, determined to end Vallon once and for all, tracking him down through Jerry and Jerry's contact, Vallon's driver, who uses an unencrypted cell phone.

Vallon stages a last stand with all of his men, equipped with high caliber weaponry and night vision goggles, but they are all killed, including Vallon, and Alex takes one of the guns, reading fingerprints of Lake and Daniels on it. It was later revealed that Chief Karen Dean of the Detroit Police Department made a deal with Vallon and covered his tracks which explains why the illegal weapons from the police department's edivence room were stolen.