Jane Seymour (1951 - )
- Oh Heavenly Dog! (1980) [Jackie Howard]: Shot in the back by Omar Sharif at a sidewalk cafe, when she rushes in front of Benji and takes the bullet for the dog.
- The Tunnel (1987) [Maria]: Stabbed in the stomach by Peter Weller in her bedroom.
- Frankenstein: The True Story (1973; TV film) [Agatha/Prima]: Run over by a carriage in the road. Michael Sarrazin then carries her body to the laboratory, where James Mason and Leonard Whiting later bring her back to life by transplanting her head onto a new body. The 'new' Jane dies once again when Michael rips her head off in the middle of a crowded ballroom. (Thanks to Golgo13)
- Battlestar Galactica: Lost Planet of the Gods Part 2 (1978) [Serina]: Shot in the back with a ray-gun during a battle with the Cylons; she makes it back to the station and subsequently dies while talking to her son (Noah Hathaway). (Thanks to Tiberius)
- The Phantom of the Opera (1983; TV film) [Maria Gianelli/Elena Korvin]: Playing a dual role, "Elena" commits suicide by drowning herself in the river. (Thanks to Jenn)
- Matters of the Heart (1990; TV film) [Hadley Norman]: Dies of cancer (off-screen). (Thanks to Jenn)
- Praying Mantis (1993; TV film) [Linda Crandell]: Commits suicide by eating a poisoned cake.
- Smallville: Bound (2004) [Duchess Gertrude/Genevieve Teague]: Duchess, being from 1604, dies in the time passage between 1604-2004. She appears in a flashback nightmare had by Kristin Kreuk while dreaming about being a witch in a past life being burned at the stake and seeing Jane. (Genevieve survives the episode.)
- Smallville: Commencement (2005) [Genevieve Teague]: Stabbed in the chest with a sharpened stone at the end of a struggle with Kristin Kreuk, after Kristin had regressed into a past-life persona. (Thanks to Alex)
- Marple: Ordeal by Innocence (2007) [Rachel Argyle]: Bludgeoned to death by Alison Steadman. (See also Faye Dunaway in the 1985 version) (Thanks to PortsGuy and Brian)
- Ex-Mrs. James Keach
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