Steven Berkoff (1937 - )
- Outland (1981) [Sagan]: Shot to death by James B. Sikking during a hostage situation with Sharon Duce. His body is later seen when Sean Connery unzips his body-bag to take a blood sample.
- Octopussy (1983) [General Orlov]: Shot to death by East German Border guards as he tries to jump aboard the train, after they find out he had betrayed them. He dies with Walter Gotell next to him.
- Beverly Hills Cop (1984) [Victor Maitland]: Shot to death by Ronny Cox and Eddie Murphy (causing Steven to fall down a flight of stairs) when the police raid Steven's mansion.
- Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) [Lt. Col. Podovsky]: Killed in an explosion when Sylvester Stallone fires a rocket at Steven's helicopter.
- Fair Game (1995) [Colonel Ilya Kazak]: Drowned/Killed in an explosion when the freighter he's on is set ablaze from a bomb planted by William Baldwin and sinks (while he is trying to finish a bank transfer).
- Steal (Riders) (2002) [Surtayne]: Killed in an explosion when he gets out of his van seat after sitting on a pressure sensitive mine rigged by Stephen Dorff in order to fake his death.
- The Headsman  [Inquisitor]: Throat slashed by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
- The Cottage (2008) [Arnie]: Killed, off camera (along with his cohorts) with a pickaxe by Dave Legeno, the scene ends as Dave charges at them.
- The Tourist (2010) [Reginald Shaw]: Shot repeatedly (along with his cohorts) by police snipers whilst standing beside a window while holding Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie at gunpoint.
- RED 2 (2013) [Cobb]: Throat slit with an origami dagger by Byung-hun Lee, after Byung-hun folds a photograph into the shape of a blade.
- We Still Kill the Old Way (2014) [Charlie]: Beaten to death by gang members, after Steven defended a woman from being raped.
- The Professionals: A Man Called Quinn (1983) [Krasnov]: Gunned down by Gordon Jackson in the final chase and shootout. (Thanks to Brian)
- War and Remembrance (1988 TV mini-series) [Adolf Hitler]: Commits suicide by shooting himself in the head in his bunker. (Thanks to Robert)
- The Frankenstein Chronicles: Seeing Things S1 E2. (2015) [William Blake]: Dies offscreen of an unspecified illness. We find out when Anna Maxwell-Martin informs Sean Bean. (Thanks to Brian)
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