Roger Cross (1969 - )
a.k.a. Roger R. Cross
- Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002) [Zane]: Blown up along with some of Ray Park and Gregg Henry's other henchmen when Lucy Liu sets off the explosive devices Cross and the other masked men are standing on.
- The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008) [General Quinn]: Killed in an explosion caused by the alien that engulfs the entire base Cross and the others are in.
- Justice League Dark (2017; animated) [Dr. Alec Holland a.k.a. Swamp Thing/ John Stewart a.k.a Green Lantern]: His is Body rip away from his other body, although his death is debatable because Swamp Thing moves from one body to another. John Stewart/Green Lantern survived!
- Highlander: The Series: Little Tin God (1996) [Derek Worth]: Shot to death by Andrew Divoff in a drive-by shooting; he later comes back to life as an Immortal.
- Stargate SG-1: Rules of Engagement (1999) [Lawrence Connor]: Captured by Apophis (Peter Williams before his first death. Later confirmed via dialogue that his character has died. (Roger didn't actually appear in this episode.)
- Interceptor Force 2 (2002) [Nathan McCallister]: Killed in combat with the alien creature.
- 24: Day 6: 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. (2007) [Curtis Manning]: Shot in the throat by Kiefer Sutherland, while Roger is holding a gun on Alexander Siddig.
- Chuck: Chuck Versus the Masquerade (2011) [Ring Agent]: Presumably killed in an explosion or cave-in along with the other agents after the Ring's underground base is bombed. He's last seen being knocked out during a fight with Zachary Levi.
- Arrow: Three Ghosts (2013) [Det. Lucas Hilton]: Killed when Graham Shiels bends Roger's gun-hand backwards and forces him to shoot himself in the head. He is later confirmed as dead in a conversation with Paul Blackthorne.
- Tasmanian Devils (2013 TV) [Simon]: Dragged mid-air into the helicopter's rotor by one of the tasmanian devils.
- The Strain: Identity (2015) [Reggie Fitzwilliaim]: Infected by the virus by a vampire. He is then decapitated by David Bradley with a sword in order to prevent from the virus spreading further.
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