Keith David (1956 - )
- The Thing (1982) [Childs]: Possibly freezes to death (off screen); the film ends with David and Kurt Russell waiting in the snow and Russell's last line implicates that their fate is ambiguous. However, it's also possible that Keith is actually the alien in disguise, indicating that the real character was fatally assimilated some time beforehand. The Thing (2002) PC game confirms he did freeze to death as the main character finds his frozen body near the beginning.
- They Live (1988) [Frank]: Shot in the head by Meg Foster in a stairwell; the scene cuts away just as she fires.
- Off Limits (1988) [Maurice]: Killed by the Sappers after they threw a grenade into his hotel room and machine gunned at him.
- The Puppet Masters (1994) [Alex Holland]: Shot to death by Sam Anderson.
- The Quick and the Dead (1995) [Sgt. Clay Cantrell]: Shot in the head by Gene Hackman. (Thanks to Matt)
- Princess Mononoke (Mononoke-hime) (1997; animated) [Okkoto]: Killed by the forest spirit after being transformed into a demon. (See also Hisaya Morishige in the Japanese version.) (Thanks to Matt)
- The Chronicles of Riddick (2004) [Imam]: Killed by the Necromongers. (Thanks to Matt)
- Justice League: The New Frontier (2008; animated, video) [The Centre]: Explodes into outer space after being brought into space by Green Lantern (voiced by David Boreanaz).
- The Fifth Commandment (2008) [Max 'Coolbreeze' Templeton]: Shot to death by police after he willingly surrenders so that Rick Yune and Dania Ramirez can get away.
- The Princess and the Frog (2009; animated) [Dr. Facilier]: Dragged into the netherworld by voodoo spirits after Tiana (voiced by Anika Noni Rose) shatters Keith's charm.
- The Hitman Chronicles: Charlie Valentine (2009) [Sal]: Shot in the head while talking to Raymond J. Barry.
- Free Birds (2013; animated) [Cheif Broadbeak]: Crushed/burned alive while propping a fallen tree branch in order for Reggie (Owen Wilson), Jake (Woody Harrelson), Jenny (Amy Poehler) to escape from the burning tree with the baby turkeys.
- The Nice Guys (2016) [Older Guy]: Shot several times in the chest and head by Ryan Gosling as he is holding Ryan and his daughter (Angourie Rice) hostage on a roof. He then falls off the roof, hitting the ground below.
- The Last Outlaw (1993 TV) [Lovecraft]: Commits suicide by shooting himself in the head.
- Spawn (1997; animated series) [Al Simmons/Spawn]: Burned to death by John Rafter Lee; he returns to life with super-powers and continues as the hero throughout the series' run. (Thanks to Matt)
- The Outer Limits: Abaddon (2000) [Captain Ira Merit]: Shot by Jill Teed after he shoots Corbin Bernsen.
- Rick and Morty: Total Rickall (2015; animated series) [Reverse Giraffe]: Shot and killed by Justin Roiland.
- Regular Show: A Regular Epic Final Battle, Part 2 (2017) [Streaming]: Beat to death by the extreme mecha and thrown over the arena.
Deaths in Video GamesEdit
- Transformers: The Game (2007) [Barricade]: In the official story of the game (Autobot campaign, Xbox 360/Wii/PC/PlayStation 2/PlayStation 3 versions), he's beaten to death by Bumblebee.
- Transformers: Autobots (2007) [Barricade]: He is killed in battle by Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen), but dies revealing to Prime that he was merely a distraction while the other Decepticons freed Megatron (Frank Welker) from his icy prison.
- Transformers: Decepticons (2007) [Barricade]: Tries to apprehend the traitorous Starscream (Daniel Ross), but is killed by the latter.
- Dissidia: Final Fantasy (2008) [Chaos]: After being defeated in combat by the player, his body is engulfed in flames as he vanishes from the realm. (His death is also repeated in the game's prequel, Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy.)
- Saints Row 2 (2008) [Julius]: Shot in the head by the player character.
- Mass Effect 3 (2012) [Admiral David Anderson]: Shot in the stomach by the player character (Mark Meer or Jennifer Hale) while the player is being mind controlled by Martin Sheen. Depending on the player's decisions, Keith either dies after speaking to Mark/Jennifer or is shot in the back by Martin.
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