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Samantha Morton (1977-)
Film Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Jesus' Son (1999) [Michelle]: Commits suicide by taking an overdose of sleeping pills. We don't see her taking the pills, and she is still alive when Billy Crudup gets into bed with her; her body is shown the next morning when Billy wakes up, finds her note, and discovers that she's died during the night. (Nudity alert: Full frontal & rear)
- Enduring Love (2004) [Claire]: Stabbed by Rhys Ifans.
- Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) [Mary Stuart]: Executed by beheading; the scene cuts away as the blade falls. (Her severed head is shown in a deleted scene in the US DVD.) (Thanks to Bex and Kari)
- Mister Lonely (2007) [Marylin Monroe]: Commits suicide by hanging.
- The Daisy Chain (2008) [Martha Conroy]: Goes into premature labor while struggling with Mhairi Anderson and bleeds to death.
- Synecdoche, New York (2008) [Hazel]: Dies (off-screen) of smoke inhalation; her body is shown afterwards. (Thanks to Gordon)
- The Harvest (2013) [Katherine]: Dies when she is caught in the fire in her basement set off by her husband (Michael Shannon)
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) [Mary Lou]: Killed by Ezra Miller's magical powers right as she is about to beat Ezra and Faith Wood-Blasgrove. Her body is seen again when it is discovered by Colin Farrell.
TV Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Rillington Place: Reg (2016) [Ethel Christie]: Strangled by Tim Roth. (See also Pat Heywood in the 1971 film 10 Rillington Place.)
- Band of Gold (1995 series)
- The Walking Dead: Walk With Us (2020) [Alpha]: Throat slit and decapitated by Jeffrey Dean Morgan; Her reanimated severed head is shown to Melissa McBride afterwards.
- The Walking Dead: Look at the Flowers (2020) [Alpha]: Appearing in the episode as a hallucination and reanimated severed head, Samantha's severed head is stabbed by Ryan Hurst who uses parts of her face to reconstruct half of the mask he wears.
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