Michael Gough (1916 - 2011)
Not to be confused with American voice actor Michael Gough
- Blanche Fury (1948) [Laurence Fury]: Shot in the chest with a musket by Stewart Granger, in the garden of Michael's mansion. (Thanks to Brian)
- Horrors of the Black Museum (Crime in the Museum of Horrors) (1959) [Edmond Bancroft]: Stabbed to death by Graham Curnow after Graham jumps from a ferris wheel and lands on Michael. (Thanks to John)
- The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre; Candidate For Murder (1962) [Donald Edwards]: Shot by the dying Hans von Borsody as he is about to shoot John Justin. (Thanks to Brian)
- Phantom of the Opera (1962) [Lord Ambrose D'arcy]: Possibly killed (off-screen) by Herbert Lom, we last see Michael running out, but since Herbert wants revenge on him, it's slightly implied Michael was killed.
- Black Zoo (1963) [Michael Conrad]: Strangled by Rod Lauren as vengeance for killing his mom (Claudia Brack) and making him mute.
- Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (1965) (The Blood Suckers) [Eric Landor]: Commits suicide by shooting himself, after losing his hand in a car accident; his severed hand lives on and takes revenge on Christopher Lee.
- Berserk! (Circus of Terror) (1967) [Dorando]: Impaled through the head with a spike when Judy Geeson hammers it through a wall against which Michael is leaning. (Thanks to John)
- Curse of the Crimson Altar (The Crimson Cult; The Reincarnation; Spirit of the Dead; Witch House) (1968) [Elder]: Killed (off-screen) by Christopher Lee (or one of Christopher's followers), his body is shown when Mark Eden discovers him in a coffin.
- Trog (1970) [Sam Murdock]: Killed by 'Trog' (Joe Cornelius) as Michael tries to frame him. (We never see him again after this scene).
- Horror Hospital (1973) (Computer Killers; Doctor Bloodbath) [Dr. Christian Storm]: Decapitated when Robin Askwith drives past him in Michael's own spring-blade-equipped car; his severed head is shown in the catching basket afterwards. (Michael's face is covered with monstrous/disfigured make-up in his final scenes.)
- The Legend of Hell House (1973) [Emeric Belasco]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by embalming himself in his hidden chamber, many years before the story begins; his perfectly-preserved body is shown when Roddy McDowall and Gayle Hunnicutt discover him.
- The Boys from Brazil (1978) [Mr. Harrington]: Garroted by Sky Dumont after Michael discovers Linda Hayden's nude body.
- The Fourth Protocol (1987) [Sir Bernard Hemmings]: Dies (off-screen) of an unspecified illness; his funeral is shown at the end of the film. (Thanks to Graeme)
- Uncovered (1994) [Don Manuel]: Suffocated (off-screen) by John Wood, making it appear that he died of emphysema; we learn of his death afterwards when Kate Beckinsale gets the news. (Thanks to Eric)
- The Cherry Orchard (1999) [Fiers]: Playing an elderly servant, Gough is accidentally left abandoned inside of a locked and boarded-up house after the owners and other staff leave the property for good. At the end, he's resigned to his fate and is last seen sitting in a chair, patiently waiting to die.
- Sleepy Hollow (1999) [Notary James Hardenbrook]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by hanging himself. We learn of his death afterwards when Michael Gambon informs Johnny Depp and Miranda Richardson; his body is not shown.
- Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (2005; animated) [Elder Gutknecht]: Plays an ambulatory skeleton residing in the land of the dead.
- The Avengers: The Cybernauts (1965) [Dr. Clement Armstrong]: Killed by his own creations after his control-device malfunctions. (Footage from his death scene was repeated in the 1967 episode The Return of the Cybernauts.) (Thanks to PortsGuy)
- The Avengers: The Correct Way to Kill (1967) [Nutski]: Stabbed to death when Diana Rigg throws a saber at him while he's trying to kill Patrick Macnee. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
- The Champions: Happening (1968) [Major Joss]: Stabbed in the chest when William Gaunt throws a knife at him while Michael is hiding behind a canvas sign. (Thanks to Brian)
- Blake's 7: Volcano (1980) [Hower]: Commits suicide by pressing a button that causes his entire planet to explode. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
- Doctor Who: Arc of Infinity (1983) [Councillor Hedin]: Shot by a guard while trying to protect Peter Davison. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
- Blackeyes (1989; miniseries) [Maurice James Kingsley]: Presumably beaten to death by his niece (Carol Royle). (I haven't seen this mini-series, but I vaguely recall the novel.)
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