Kristen Bell (1980 - )
Deaths in Film
- Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical (2005) [Mary Lane]: Accidentally shot in the chest by Steven Weber; she dies in Christian Campbell's arms after singing a final number with him. (See also Dorothy Short in the original) (Thanks to Sheena)
- Roman (2006) [The Girl]: Accidentally suffocated by Lucky McKee in his apartment; he then keeps her body on ice in his shower. (Thanks to Fred)
- Safety Not Guaranteed (2012) [Belinda St. Sting]: Possibly killed (off-screen) when a car crashes into her living room in an alternate timeline; her death is mentioned in a conversation between Mark Duplass and Aubrey Plaza. It's left ambiguous as to whether Mark actually did go back in time and prevent her death, or whether he was lying about her "alternate" death. She survives in the real timeline. (Thanks to Tommy)
- Frozen (2013) [Anna]: Turned into an ice statue when her heart freezes as a result of being accidentally hit by her sister Elsa's (voiced by Idina Menzel) powers. She is revived when she thaws out from previously performing a selfless act by saving Elsa from being killed by Prince Hans (Santino Fotana).
Deaths in Television
- Deadwood: Suffer the Little Children (2004) [Flora Anderson]: Shot in the chest by Kim Dickens to finish her off after she'd been severely beaten by Powers Boothe's men. (Thanks to DaddyO and Stephen)
- Heroes: The Eclipse, Part 2 (2008) [Elle Bishop]: Skull cut open by Zachary Quinto's telekinetic powers. Her body is shown again in the following episode (Our Father) as Zachary cremates her. (Thanks to Melissa and Ivana)
- The Good Place; Everything is Fine (2017) [Eleanor Shellstrop]: Set in the afterlife, Kristen was struck and killed (off screen) by a tractor-trailer carrying a billboard prior to the start of the episode; her death is explained when Ted Danson reveals this to Kristen in his office. (Played for Comic Effect).
Deaths in Video Game
- Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (2010) [Lucy Stillman]: Stabbed in the stomach by Nolan North, having been mentally compelled to do so by Nadia Verucci.
- Mrs. Dax Shepard