Arnold Vosloo in 'Hard Target'
Arnold Vosloo (1962 - )
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Act of Piracy (1988) [Sean Stevens]: Killed in an explosion or burned to death when Gary Busey fires a flare gun at him.

Hard Target (1993) [Pik van Cleaf]: Shot repeatedly in the chest by Jean-Claude Van Damme at the end of a shoot-out in a warehouse.

The Mummy (1999) [High Priest Imhotep]: After losing his immortality, he is stabbed in the stomach by Brendan Fraser, then falls into a pit of spirits. However, he was magically resurrected in the sequel.

Charmed: Murphy's Luck (2000) [Darklighter]: Killed (off-screen) by Brian Krause, using his magical powers; we only see Brian teleporting Arnold away, but the implication of his fate is fairly clear. (Thanks to David31)

The Mummy Returns (2001) [High Priest Imhotep]: Commits suicide by falling backwards into a pit of spirits after being abandoned by Patricia Velasquez.

24: Day 4: 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM (2005) [Habib Marwan]: Commits suicide by throwing himself from the deck of a parking garage; Kiefer Sutherland grabs him and attempts to pull him up, but Arnold cuts Kiefer's hand, causing Kiefer to drop him. (Thanks to Alex, PortsGuy, and Neil)

Blood Diamond (2006) [Colonel Coetzee]: Shot several times in the chest by Leonardo DiCaprio during a firefight between Leonardo and Arnold's men. (Thanks to Anne and ND)

Fire & Ice (Fire & Ice: The Dragon Chronicles) (2008) [King Augustin]: Stabbed in the back with a sword by Ovidiu Niculescu as Arnold is about to kill Razvan Vasilescu. His body is shown again later on when his daughter (Amy Acker) discovers him. (Thanks to Stephen)

G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013) [Zartan]: Stabbed in the stomach when Lee Byung-hun throws a sword at him at the end of a fight, while Arnold is disguised as Jonathan Pryce; he transforms back to his true appearance after his death. (Due to the dual-cast nature of this scene, I'm listing if for both Arnold and Jonathan.) (Thanks to Tommy and Dignan)

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