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Bunny is the secondary antagonist of the 1986 film Platoon. He is played by an American actor of Irish ancestry Kevin Dillon.

Bunny is a sadistic psychopath and xenophobic racist. During the early draft of the film, after Chris snaps and shoots the feet of a crippled Vietnamese boy to make him dance (believing the boy is responsible for a death of their comrade), Bunny goes further and beats him to death with his rifle for fun and does the same to the victim's elderly mother. Later he leads a gang-rape of a young girl in the bushes before being interrupted by Chris Taylor and Sergeant Elias. During a conversation between a fellow comrade named Junior, Bunny states that he doesn't regret anything he's done during the war. He dies during the final battle scene when he is shot to the head.