Tia Carrere (1967 - )
Deaths in FilmEdit
- Zombie Nightmare (1986) [Amy]: Face bashed against a window by the zombie Jon-Mikl Thor in a garage.
- Quick (Crossfire) (1993) [Janet Sakamoto]: Shot in the stomach by Jeff Fahey while struggling with him on the floor.
- True Lies (1994) [Juno Skinner]: Killed in a car crash when her car goes off a bridge and into the ocean.
- Kull the Conqueror (1997) [Akivasha]: While in her monster form, Tia is killed when Kevin Sorbo gives her a mystical "kiss" that freezes her from the inside.
- Back in the Day (2005) [Loot]: Shot repeatedly by police after she opens fire on them.
- Dark Honeymoon (2008) [Miranda]: Strangled, then hanged in a crucified position, by Lindy Booth in the woods, after Lindy bludgeons her into unconsciousness with a log. It later turns out that everything in the movie is a lie told by Nick Cornish, and that Nick is the actual killer.
Deaths in TelevisionEdit
- Friday the 13th: The Series: Year of the Monkey (1990) [Michiko Tanaka]: Commits suicide by impaling herself with a samurai sword, after she is unable to bring herself to kill Robert Ito.
- Quantum Leap: The Leap Home Part 2: Vietnam, April 7, 1970 (1990) [Chu-Hoi]: Shot to death by Scott Bakula after she attempts to shoot David Newsom.
- Tales from the Crypt: On a Dead Man's Chest (1992) [Scarlett]: Head bashed against the bathroom wall by Yul Vazquez.
- Natural Enemy (1997 TV) [Christina D'Amelio]: Suffocated off-screen when William McNamara ties a plastic bag over her head; her body is shown afterwards lying in a dumpster when Donald Sutherland discover her.
- Supernova (2005 TV) [Lisa Delgado]: Shot in the back/stomach during a riot after she frees Luke Perry; she manages to drive a bit before getting out and dying in Luke's arms.
- Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
Deaths in Video GamesEdit
- Saints Row (2006) [Lin]: Fatally shot by David Carradine alongside the protagonist when David finds out that she was an undercover rival gang member.
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