Steven Culp (1955 - )
- Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993) [Robert Campbell]: After being possessed by Jason, his body endures a tremendous amount of damage before Jason moves on to a new host (Kipp Marcus). At the time of transfer, we only see Steven leap out towards the camera from Kipp's point-of-view; what's left of Steven's body is not shown afterwards.
- James and the Giant Peach (1996) [James' Father]: Trampled to death (off-screen, if I recall correctly) by a mechanical rhinoceros. (It's been some time since I've seen this movie, so my memory is vague.)
- How to Make a Monster (2001) [Peter Drummond]: Decapitated by the artificial-intelligence motion-capture suit.
- Spartan (2004) [Gaines]: Commits suicide (off-camera) by shooting himself in the head with a concealed gun in the interrogation room; we hear the shot, and his body is shown when Val Kilmer and the other agents rush in.
- Baywatch Nights: The Curator (1996) [Garth Youngblood]: Killed by David Hasselhoff and was thrown off the building and tumbles to his death and stab on the iron pole.
- Star Trek: Enterprise: Countdown (2004) [Major Hayes]: Fatally shot to death by a Xindi soldier just before being beamed out in a transporter. He later dies in sickbay, after talking with Dominic Keating.
- Desperate Housewives: One Wonderful Day (2005) [Rex Van De Kamp]: Dies of a heart attack in the hospital (due to Roger Bart tampering with Steven's medication); his death is confirmed when Marcia Cross is informed. His body is shown lying in his coffin in the following season-premiere episode, Next. (Thanks to Alex, Neil, Matthew, PortsGuy, and Allo)
- Stargate: Atlantis: Miller's Crossing (2007) [Henry Wallace]: Drained of life (offscreen) by Christopher Heyerdahl, having willingly sacrificed himself in order to give Christopher the strength to save Kate Hewlett.
- The Mentalist: Pilot (2008) [Morgan Tolliver]: Shot in the chest by Gail O'Grady. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
- American Horror Story: 1984: Mr. Jingles (2019) [Mr. Thompson]: Shot in the chest by Spencer Neville as Steven's daughter (Emma Roberts) and other wedding attendants look on in horror.
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