Gregg Henry (1952 - )
- Body Double (1984) [Sam]: Drowned after his dog knocks him into the reservoir. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
- Fair Game (Mamba) (1988) [Gene]: Bitten on the throat by a black mamba in Trudie Styler's home, after she tricks him into thinking the snake has killed her.
- Sharon's Secret (1995) [Detective Thomas McGregor]: Burned to death after Candace Cameron pushes him off the basement stairs as Gregg was about to shoot Mel Harris.
- Layover (2001) [Jack Gillardo]: Shot in the back by Sherri Alexander while Gregg is holding a gun on David Hasselhoff while standing on the wing of an airplane in a hangar; he then falls off of the wing, so it's arguable whether it was the shot or the fall that killed him.
- Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002) [Robert Gant]: Dies of a heart attack after Lucy Liu activates a microscopic device planted in Gregg's body.
- Femme Fatale (2002) [Shiff]: Shot to death (off-screen) by Eriq Ebouaney and Edouard Montoute in a struggle in Gregg's car; we only see the start of the struggle and hear a muffled gunshot. (This turns out to be Rebecca Romijn's premonition of the future, which she prevents from coming true.)
- Slither (2006) [Mayor Jack MacReady]: Shot in the head by Nathan Fillion (at Gregg's own request) as the alien parasites are taking over Gregg's body.
- Super (2011) [Detective Felkner]: Shot repeatedly in the chest by Sean Gunn & Stephan Blakeheart after they mistake Gregg for Rainn Wilson (and then frame Rainn for the crime).
- Jason Bourne (2016) [Richard Webb]: Killed in a car bomb by Vincent Cassel, years before the movie starts; he dies shortly after in his son's (Matt Damon) arms.
- Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017; animated, video) [Brother Blood]: Shot in the back by Mother Mayhew (Meg Foster).
- Office Uprising (2018) [Franklin Gantt]: Head blown off with a shotgun by Zachary Levi after Zachary cuts off Gregg's hand with an axe.
- Pearl (1978 TV mini-series) [Lt. (j.g.) Doug North]: Dies (off-screen) from his injuries during the attack on Pearl Harbor. We learn of his death when Lesley Ann Warren informs Tiana Alexandra of his death.
- The Blue and the Grey (1982 TV mini-series) [Lester Bedell]: Killed when the hospital he's in is bombarded by Union troops. (Thanks to Robert)
- The Hitchhiker: Videodate (1985) [Jack Rhodes]: Killed in an explosion after Shannon Tweed ties him to the bed and leaves a bomb in the room. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
- Murder, She Wrote: The Big Kill (1993) [Carl Ward]: Dies of carbon monoxide poisoning after Michael Beck knocks him out and handcuffs him in a sabotaged boat's engine room. His body is shown afterwards when Michael goes into the boat, and the murder is shown in a flashback later on.
- When Love Kills: The Seduction of John Hearn (1993 TV) [Joe Banister]: Shot to death by Gary Cole, acting on Marg Helgenberger's plan. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
- Murder, She Wrote: Crimson Harvest (1994) [Lars Anderson]: Hit on the head with a walking stick by Robert Pine.
- Terminal (1996 TV) [Brian O'Grady]: Shot twice in the chest by Michael Ironside after a lengthy chase. (Thanks to ND)
- Murder, She Wrote: Mrs. Parker's Revenge (1996) [Mark Reisner]: Shot twice in the stomach by William O'Leary.
- 24: Day 2: 1:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m. (2003) [Jonathan Wallace]: Shot in the neck during a shoot-out with the terrorists; he dies shortly after Kiefer Sutherland drives him to a clinic to treat his wound. (His body is also shown on the operating table in the following episode.)
- CSI: Miami: Blood Sugar (2010) [Roger Cavanagh]: Shot in the chest by Ramon Franco in self-defense. (Thanks to Brian)
- NCIS: Los Angeles: Blye, K. (2012) [Alex Harris]: Shot in the chest with a sniper rifle by Spencer Garrett while talking to Daniela Ruah.
- Lizzie Borden Took an Ax (2014 TV) [Hosea M. Knowlton]: Died (off-screen) (though I don't know the details).
- Black Lightning: Shadow of Death: The Book of War (2018) [Martin Proctor]: Shot to death by James Remar as Cress Williams, China Anne McClain, Nafessa Williams and Christine Adams look on.
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