House of the Dragon Trailer - The Loop
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Alan Ritchson (1982 - )
- The Butcher (2006) [Mark]: Bisected at the waist with a chainsaw by Bill Jacobson after Bill first impales Alan with a pitchfork, pinning him to the door. (Thanks to Bloodtys)
- The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) [Gloss]: Shot in the chest with an arrow by Jennifer Lawrence after Alan kills Amanda Plummer.
- Office Uprising (2018) [Bob]: Decapitated when Zachary Levi throws a makeshift shuriken made from a soda can at his neck.
- Ghosts of War (2020) [Butchie]: Dies from mental trauma caused by leaving a simulation (off-screen); his death is depicted in the simulation as being fatally injured from leaping on top of a grenade to protect his team and his actual death is revealed when Billy Zane informs Brenton Thwaites.
- Nora Roberts' Midnight Bayou (2009) [Lucian Manet]: Commits suicide (off-screen, exact method unspecified), after accidentally killing his brother (Alejandro Rose-Garcia). He only appears in the past-life visions/flashbacks seen by Jerry O'Connell and Lauren Stamile.
- CSI: Miami: Spring Breakdown (2010) [Paul Arnett]: Kicked in the head (breaking his neck) after being buried in the sand by Chelsea Hobbs, as revenge for humiliating her in a sex-video when she was a fat girl, he's the second of three deaths related to Chelsea's revenge.
- Hawaii Five-0: Olelo Pa'a (2013) [Freddie Hart]: Shot repeatedly in a shoot-out with Rick Yune's militia group a few years before the episode begins. His body is shown when Alex O'Loughlin and Michelle Borth discover him buried in a jungle and his death is shown in a flashback later on.
- Supergirl: Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part One (2019) [Hank Hall / Hawk]: Vaporized (along with Curran Walters) when LaMonica Garrett uses his powers to destroy Alan's world. His death is later undone when his world is restored by Stephen Amell in Arrow: Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Four.
- Titans: Hank & Dove (2021) [Hank Hall]: Blown up after Curran Walters tricks Minka Kelly into detonating a bomb he implanted into Alan. He later appears in the afterlife in the episode Souls. His death is also depicted during Brenton Thwaites' fantasy in the episode Prodigal.