Not sure why someone created a page for Billie Piper, as she has never portrayed a character that has died in any film, television show, or any other form of visual performance. Her page/article is unnecessary. Jumpnbounce (talk) 09:29, July 28, 2014 (UTC)
Sterling Sulieman page has already been created and i accidentily created a second page without knowing it. So this page Sterling Sulleman need to be removed immediately. Simmons789 (talk) 19:50, July 1, 2017 (UTC)
Sarah Grey[edit source]
I see Sarah Grey has recently been added to the Candidate For Deletion list, but I recently added a TV death she had in the series Motive. I also just found she also has a death from Almost Human, so I think that should justify her being kept on the Wiki.
Mille Bobby Brown[edit source]
Millie Bobby Brown: At the time the episode listed on the page aired, the characters and audience were led to believe that Eleven died destroying the Demogorgon. Furthermore, the series was not renewed for a second season for over a month after the first season released, so at the time there was no indication the series would continue (which would have made El's probable death permanent). For all intents and purposes, El was considered dead at the time, which fits with many other entries on the Wiki for characters believed to have died but actually didn't. -- Ambaryerno (talk) 02:09, July 6, 2019 (UTC)
Tessa Ferrer[edit source]
Tessa Ferrer does have a death scene in Insidious: The Last Key. She is hanged by a demon, though she does return later as a ghost. Her entry should not be deleted.
Francie Swift[edit source]
Amanda Burton[edit source]
Amanda Burton has a death scene in the new HBO Max miniseries The White House Farm Murders, which begins streaming on Sept. 24, 2020. In this show based on a true story, she plays June Bamber who was shot to death--along with the rest of her family--by her adopted son Jeremy Bamber. Amanda Burton also has a death scene in Miss Marple: Nemesis from 2007. Her entry therefore should not be deleted.