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 Soviet troops 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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