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Demi Moore (1962 - )
- The Seventh Sign (1988) [Abby Quinn]: Dies in childbirth after agreeing (in a spiritual vision) to give her life for her son's (thereby preventing the final seal from being broken stopping Armageddon coming about). Her body is later seen as her husband (Michael Biehn) cries over her whilst holding their child, then again when a disguised Jesus (Jürgen Prochnow) stands over her as he speaks to Michael.
- The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996; animated) [Esmeralda]: Briefly unconscious and possibly clinically dead from smoke inhalation when Frollo (voice of Tony Jay) attempts to burn her at the stake, before Quasimodo (voice of Tom Hulce) saves her life. Quasimodo briefly grieves over her body, but she regains consciousness eventually.
- Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003) [Madison Lee]: Falls into a pit of fire (after she triggers a gas explosion from firing a gun) at the end of a martial arts fight with Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, and Lucy Liu. (Thanks to HH and Germboygel)
- Bunraku (2010) [Alexandra]: Presumably burned/crushed to death by burning falling beams as the roof collapses on-top of her during an inferno as Woody Harrelson looks on helplessly.
- Forsaken (2015) [Mary-Alice Watson]: Mentioned in Michael Wincott's ending narration as having died a few years after the events of the film, although it isn't specified how she died. Her grave is shown with the ribbon she gave to Kiefer Sutherland tied around it.
- Tales from the Crypt: Dead Right (1990) [Cathy Marno]: Brutally stabbed in the heart repeatedly by Jeffrey Tambor.
- If These Walls Could Talk (1996; TV movie) [Claire Donnelly]: Bleeds to death in her living room following a botched abortion.
- Ex-wife of Freddie Moore (singer/songwriter)
- Ex-wife of Bruce Willis
- Ex-wife of Ashton Kutcher
- Mother of Rumer Willis, Scout LaRue Willis, and Tallulah Belle Willis
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