Salma Hayek (1966 - )
- From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) [Santanico Pandemonium]: Impaled through the chest when George Clooney shoots the chandelier to bring it crashing down on her; she assumes her monstrous form and dissolves into nothingness as she dies. (Thanks to Vincent and Joseph)
- In the Time of the Butterflies (En el tiempo de las mariposas) (2001) [Minerva Maribal]: Beaten and strangled (off-screen), along with her sisters (Lumi Cavazos and Mia Maestro), by Edward James Olmos' men in the woods; the scene ends on a freeze-frame of the men swinging their pipes, followed by some on-screen text explaining what happened after the sisters' deaths. (Thanks to Nemanja)
- Frida (2002) [Frida Kahlo]: Dies (off-screen) of multiple organ failure; her death is represented symbolically by showing her lying in a burning bed in the sky (an image taken from one of Frida Kahlo's paintings).
- Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003) [Carolina]: Machine-gunned in her chest (along with her daughter) by Gerardo Vigil outside Salma's home, while Antonio Banderas looks on helplessly. Shown in a flashback sequence. (Thanks to Vincent)
- Ask the Dust (2006) [Camilla]: Dies of tuberculosis, with Colin Farrell by her bedside. (Thanks to Nemanja)
- Lonely Hearts (2006) [Martha Beck]: Executed (off-screen) in the electric chair; the scene cuts away after the hood is placed over her head. (Thanks to Eric)
- Savages (2012) [Elena]: Shot to death by Benicio Del Toro, on top of having been shot by snipers. This "ending" turns out to be Blake Lively's elaborate fantasy; Salma survives the movie in reality. (Thanks to Tommy)
- Everly (2014) [Everly]: Dies temporarily of her injuries received throughout the film but is brought back to life by the paramedics
- Tale of Tales '''(2015) [Queen of Longtrellis]: Killed in her monster form by her son, Christian Lees, while she tries to kill his half-brother, Jonah Lees After they excape from the cave, Salma reverts to her human self.
- Beatriz at Dinner (2017) [Beatriz]: Commits suicide by drowning.
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