Kevin Hagen (1928 - 2005)
- The Rifleman: The Prodigal (1960) [Billy St. John]: Shot to death by one of Lee Van Cleef's men.
- The Twilight Zone: Elegy (1960) [Captain James Webber]: Poisoned, along with Don Dubbins and Jeff Morrow, by Cecil Kellaway, when Cecil serves them wine laced with embalming fluid; their bodies are later seen propped up inside their spaceship while Cecil is cleaning it.
- Have Gun Will Travel: A Quiet Night in Town: Part 2 (1961) [Jory]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Richard Boone.
- Rawhide: The Long Count (1962) [Jess Cain]: Shot to death by Eric Fleming when Kevin tries to pull a gun in Bethel Leslie's hideout for outlaws.
- Thriller: Flowers of Evil (1962) [Arno Lunt]: Accidentally poisons himself to death after drinking wine that Luciana Paluzzi had previously spiked to get rid of him as a loose end. This was after Kevin had already killed Luciana.
- Wagon Train: The Silver Lady (1965) [Ed Prentiss]: Shot to death in a shootout with Don Galloway when Don was attempting to take him into custody.
- The Big Valley: The Young Marauders (1965) [Harry Coleman]: Shot dead by Sean Garrison when he threatens to tell the Sheriff about Sean's 'protection' racket. (Thanks to Brian)
- The High Chaparral: Shadows On The Land (1967) [Dolph Tanner]: Shot off his horse by Henry Darrow and Mark Slade in the shootout between the rustlers and the wranglers. (Thanks To Brian)
- The Wild Wild West: The Night of the Amnesiac (1968) [Silas Crotty]: Shot to death by Edward Asner.
- Mission: Impossible: Illusion (1969) [Kurt Lom]: Shot to death by Fritz Weaver.
- Cimarron Strip: The Blue Moon Train (1968) [Dum Dum]: Wounded and then shot from his horse by Stuart Whitman in the shootout at the train halt. (Thanks to Brian)
- Mannix: A Penny for the Peepshow (1969) [Jackson]: Killed in a car crash while being chased by Mike Connors.
- Mannix: Round Trip to Nowhere (1971) [Alan Guthrie]: Shot to death by Tim O'Connor.
- Matlock: The Therapist (1987) [Dr. Halvern]: Bludgeoned to death with an isometric bar (off-screen) by Donna Mitchell; his body is seen in his office when Steve Bond discovers him (Note: this is obviously an entirely different actor also named Kevin Hagen, though IMDb still has the role listed under him).
- Mr. Suzanne Cramer (widowed)
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