Vincent Regan (1965-)
- Hard Men (1996) [Tone]: Killed by gangsters.
- Black Knight (2001) [Percival, Leo's Chief Henchman]: Shot in the back with an arrow by Tom Wilkinson as he is about to stab Martin Lawrence, he then falls off a castle battlements landing on a shack.
- The Point Men (2001) [Amar Kamil/Kamil’s double]: Playing a dual role; Kamil’s double is shot to death by a Mossad assassin as Christopher Lambert looks on helplessly. Amar is shot repeatedly by Lambert when Vincent suddenly opens fire.
- 300 (2006) [Captain]: Stabbed to death by the Persian army in the films climatic battle.
- The Big I Am (2010) [Barber]: Killed by Michael Madsen or one of his cohorts
- Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2012) [Toma Nikasevic]: Crushed to death when Nicolas Cage drops a container on him.
- ShakespeaRe-Told: Macbeth (2005) [Duncan Docherty]: Stabbed to death (off-screen) by James McAvoy while Vincent is asleep in bed; we only see James preparing to enter the room, followed by a scene of James and Keeley Hawes talking about the murder.
- Wallander: The Man Who Smiled (2010) [Anders Ekman]: Shot in the chest (off-screen) by Kimmo Rajala when Vincent tries to stop Kimmo and Rupert Graves from escaping; Vincent is seen mortally wounded when Kenneth Branagh arrives at the scene. Vincent lives long enough to shoot Kimmo just as Kimmo is about to shoot Kenneth, then dies shortly afterwards as Kenneth kneels by his side.
- Strike Back: Vengeance (2012) [Karl Matlock]: Fatally lung-shot then executed via gunshot wound to the head by Shane Taylor when Vincent is in an argument with Charles Dance.
- Midsomer Murders: Let Us Prey (2014) [Professor Philip Hamilton]: Chained hand and foot to his bed, he dies when the medieval chandelier above him is untethered and it falls with the spiked shaft impaling him to bed. We later discover that Michael Jayston is responsible. (Thanks to Brian)
- Atlantis: The Day of the Dead (2014) [Dion]:
- Husband of Amelia Curtis
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