Charlize Theron (1975 - )
- Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest (1996) [Young Woman]: Impaled by the giant plant-demon in the vagina. (Thanks to Ben)
- 2 Days in the Valley (1996) [Helga Svelgen]: Shot in the stomach (off-screen) during a fight with Teri Hatcher. She goes to James Spader for help, but when he decides to "help" by finishing her off, she staggers out into the street and dies while several other characters try to save her. (Note: There is also an earlier scene in which James shows a topless photo of Charlize "playing dead" to convince Peter Horton she's already been murdered.) (Thanks to Rick for the clarification)
- The Devil's Advocate (1997) [Mary Ann Lomax]: Commits suicide by slitting her throat with a piece of broken glass in a hospital room while Keanu Reeves watches helplessly. Her death is later undone when Keanu rejects Al Pacino's satanic offer and everything is restored to as it had been.
- Reindeer Games (2000) [Ashley Mercer/Millie Bobeck]: Killed in an explosion after Ben Affleck hits her with a burning car (as she shoots at him), then lets it go over a cliff with her still hanging onto the hood. (Thanks to Mac)
- The Yards (2000) [Erica Stoltz]: Falls to her death over a staircase railing during a struggle with Joaquin Phoenix. (Thanks to Chris)
- Sweet November (2001) [Sara Deever]: Dies (off-screen) of cancer. (See also Sandy Dennis in the 1968 version.) (Thanks to KingKong)
- Monster (2003) [Aileen Wuornos]: Executed (off-screen) by lethal injection; the movie ends before her death, but some on-screen text provides the information at the end of the movie. (Thanks to Mac, Gary and Robert)
- Head in the Clouds (2004) [Gilda Besse]: Killed (off-screen) by French resistance members who believe she's a Nazi sympathizer. (Thanks to Elle)
- Aeon Flux (2005) [Aeon Flux/Catherine]: Playing a dual role as "Aeon Flux" and the predecessor she was cloned from, the original "Catherine" dies of the plague 400 years before the story begins; her body is shown lying in the morgue in a flashback sequence to her cloning. ("Aeon" survives the movie.)
- Hancock (2008) [Mary Embrey]: Temporarily flatlines after being shot by David Mattey and Maetrix Fitten; she comes back to life after Will Smith flies away, allowing her healing powers to activate. (Thanks to Tommy)
- The Road (2009) [Woman]: Commits suicide several years before the story begins; her death is shown in her husband (Viggo Mortensen)'s flashbacks. (Thanks to Tommy)
- Prometheus (2012) [Meredith Vickers]: Crushed to death when a spaceship falls over on top of her, as Charlize and Noomi Rapace try to run away. (Thanks to Tim, Tommy, Anthony, Charlie, Rocky, and ND)
- Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) [Ravenna]: Stabbed in the chest with a sword by Kristen Stewart; she ages rapidly as she dies. (Her character is brought back to life in the sequel The Huntsman: Winter's War.) (Thanks to Tommy, Anthony, Charlie, Pradyumna, and ND)
- The Huntsman: Winter's War (2016) [Ravenna]: Turns into gold statue and shatters when Chris Hemsworth throws his axe into the mirror and destroys it, after her sister (Emily Blunt) uses her powers to freeze it.
- Kubo and the Two Strings (2016; animated) [Monkey/Sariatu]: (1) As "Sariatu", Charlize dies as she charges at her Sisters (voiced by Rooney Mara) to allow Kubo (voiced by Art Parkinson) to escape. (2) "Sariatu" is reincarnated into the form of "Monkey", and dies again when she sacrifices herself so that Kubo can destroy the remaining Sister with a destructive magical note from his shamisen. "Sariatu" later appears as a spirit at the end of the film.
- The Old Guard (2020) [Andy]: Charlize "dies" twice in the film, but as an immortal being with regenerative healing powers she returns to life almost immediately. 1) She and her fellow immortals are ambushed and shot by a group of attackers sent by Chiwetel Ejiofor who wanted to film their regeneration. 2) Centuries ago, Charlize and an another immortal Van Veronica Ngo are hanged as witches.
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