Michael Smiley (1963 - )
- Shaun of the Dead (2004) [Tyres Zombie]: Playing a zombie version of his character from the show Spaced, he died (off screen) of the zombie virus. He can be seen as a zombie when Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Penelope Wilton, Kate Ashfield, Dylan Moran and Lucy Davis attempt to enter the pub (he's the one in the runner outfit).
- Outpost (2007) [McKay]: Killed by one of the undead SS officers.
- Down Terrace (2009) [Pringle]: Shot to death (with the last shot to his head) at the end of a chase through a field by an assassin (presumably David Schaal or Gareth Tunley) sent by Robert Hill, after Michael kills Tony Way then helps dispose of his body.
- Kill List (2012) [Gal]: Mortally wounded after being stabbed several times by one of the cultists; he dies soon after talking to Neil Maskell in a subterranean tunnel (who then shoots him so the pursuing cultists can't torture him to death as a mercy kill).
- A Field in England (2013) [O'Neil]: Presumably killed by one of the possessed Civil War deserters.
- The World's End (2013) [Reverend Green]: Turned into compost by the various other robots (off screen) after Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Eddie Marsan and Paddy Considine distract them; he is then replaced with a life like robot replacement.
- Black Sea (2014) [Reynolds]: Drowns (along with Ben Mendelsohn and Sergey Veksler) when Scoot McNairy locks them inside a rapidly flooding submarine compartment.
- Free Fire (2016) [Frank]: Shot in the neck by Sharlto Copley (who he has set on fire) through a door as he tries to phone for back up.
- Come to Daddy (2019) [Jethro]: Stabbed in his exposed brain with a spike by Elijah Wood, his brain having become exposed when part of his skull was sheared off in a car crash.
- Black Mirror: White Bear (2013) [Baxter]: Shot by Tuppence Middleton, as he was about to kill Lenora Crichlow. (This later turns out to be a stage performance and he survives in the episode).
- Luther: Series 5: Episode 3 (2019) [Benny Silver]: Shot in the head by Anthony Howell, after Smiley describes Anthony aprreance to Idris Elba on the phone, while Ruth Wilson and Paul McGann look on.
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