Boba Fett Returns - The Loop
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Gina Gershon (1962 - )
- Red Heat (1988) [Catherine Manzetti]: Neck snapped (off-screen) by Ed O'Ross. Her body is shown in the morgue afterwards when Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Belushi, Peter Boyle and Laurence Fishburne view it.
- Face/Off (1997) [Sasha Hassler]: Shot in the crossfire of a big gunfight; she dies while lying on top of John Travolta (with Nicolas Cage's face)
- This World, Then the Fireworks (1997) [Carol Lakewood]: Bleeds to death (off-screen) during a botched abortion. Her body is shown lying on the operating table afterwards.
- Black & White (1998) [Officer Nora Hugosian]: Shot in the stomach by Rory Cochrane (who mistakenly thought she was going to kill him), she still manages to save him from her brother (Ross Partridge), the real killer before she dies.
- Picture Claire (2001) [Lily]: Shot twice in the chest by Callum Keith Rennie while she tries to pick up the spilled diamonds.
- Demonlover (2002) [Elaine Si Gibril]: Smothered with a pillow by Connie Nielsen.
- Out of Season (2004) [Eileen Phillips]: Shot in the head by a mortally wounded Jim Carter (her husband) as she goes to stab Jordan Frieda. Her body is later seen when David Murray discovers her while questioning a dying Jim.
- Three Way (2004) [Florence DeCroix Hagen]: Shot repeatedly in the back or chest/head by Dwight Yoakam in order to frame Dominic Purcell (Her body is later seen as Dominic).
- Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs (2019) [Queen Regina]: Disintegrates from lightning after being pushed off by Sam Claflin.
- Spider-Man: The New Animated Series; Sword of Shikata (2003) [Shikata]: Artificially ages to death when Neil Patrick Harris breaks her sword - the source of her power.
- Hunt For the Labyrinth Killer (2013; TV Film) [Karen Donovan]: Shot in the chest by a possible presumed killer (later identified as Michael Nouri) after took a shower and fell down to the ground.
- Z Nation: All Goods Things Must Come to an End (2015) [La Reina]: Stabbed in the back of the head with a blade by Emilio Rivera.