Brad Dourif in 'Child's Play'
Brad Dourif (1950 - )
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) [Billy Bibbit]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by slashing his own throat after breaking away from the orderlies. His body is shown lying on the floor afterwards when all the patients come running after hearing the commotion.

Eyes of Laura Mars (1978) [Tommy Ludlow]: Shot to death by police while trying to run. (Thanks to Mac)

Wise Blood (1979) [Hazel Motes]: Dies of exposure on the streets after blinding and mutilating himself. (Thanks to Laura)

Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (The Mad Messiah) (1980) [David Langtree]: Commits suicide by drinking poisoned Kool-Aid during the cult's mass suicide. (I haven't seen this movie myself, but I'm familiar with the historic event.) (Thanks to Robert)

Heaven's Gate (Johnson County Wars) (1980) [Mr. Eggleston]: Shot in the head during the battle between the ranchers. (Thanks to Laura)

Dune (1984) [Piter De Vries]: Poisoned by a burst of gas from Jurgen Prochnow's booby-trapped hollow tooth. (Thanks to Wen and Laura)

Impure Thoughts (1985) [Kevin Harrington]: Dies of a heart attack while playing football. (Thanks to Laura)

Fatal Beauty (1987) [Leo Nova]: Shot in the head by Whoopi Goldberg. (Thanks to Eric)

Child's Play (1988) [Charles Lee Ray/Chucky]: Mortally wounded in a shoot-out with Chris Sarandon in a toy store; he manages to transfer his soul into a doll before dying.

Graveyard Shift (Stephen King's Graveyard Shift) (1990) [Tucker Cleveland, the Exterminator]: Crushed to death when a stone coffin falls on him in the rats' lair. (Thanks to Laura)

Hidden Agenda (1990) [Paul Sullivan]: Shot to death in a roadside ambush. (Thanks to Susan)

Murder Blues (Dead Certain) (1990) [John Barnes]: Commits suicide by hanging himself in his cell. (Thanks to Laura)

Spontaneous Combustion (1990) [Sam]: Burned to death when he siphons off the fire from Cynthia Bain to save her. (Thanks to Matt)

Body Parts (1991) [Remo Lacey]: Thrown out of a window after having his arm torn off. (Thanks to Jim and Laura)

Critters 4 (1991) [Al Bert]: Shot with a ray-gun by an alien. (Thanks to Laura)

Tales from the Crypt: People Who Live in Brass Hearses (1993) [Virgil DeLuca]: Hanged (off-screen) from the curtains by Michael Lerner; his body is shown afterwards when Michael reveals the body to Brad's brother (Bill Paxton). (Thanks to Jesse)

Trauma (1993) [Dr. Lloyd]: Decapitated with a wire-garrote device by Piper Laurie. (Thanks to Laura)

The X-Files: Beyond the Sea (1993) [Luther Lee Boggs]: Executed by the gas chamber. (Thanks to Laura)

Babylon 5: Passing Through Gethsemane (1995) [Brother Edward]: Tortured and crucified by the families of his past victims, he dies shortly after Bruce Boxleitner, Jerry Doyle, and Louis Turenne find him.

Death Machine (1995) [Jack Dante]: Killed off-screen by his invention. (Thanks to Laura)

Star Trek: Voyager: Basics Part 2 (1996) [Ensign Lon Suder]: Shot in the back by a mortally-wounded Kazon as Brad tries to reach the ship's control panel. (Thanks to Jim)

Alien Resurrection (1997) [Dr. Gediman]: Captured and turned into a 'cocoon,' then gets his head bitten off by a baby alien after it hatches.

Cypress Edge (1999) [Colin McCammon]: Impaled by a piece of driftwood. (Thanks to Laura)

Prophecy 3: The Ascent (God's Army III) (2000) [Zealot]: Either commits suicide by slitting his wrists, or is killed by a malevolent angel. (I haven't seen this movie myself, and my informant couldn't recall for certain.) (Thanks to Laura)

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) [Grima Wormtongue]: Shot with an arrow by Orlando Bloom, after Brad stabs Christopher Lee. (This scene was not included in the original theatrical release, but is present in the Special Edition DVD.) (Thanks to SpecialKid and Lianne)

The Hazing (Dead Scared) (2004) [Professor Kapps]: Shot repeatedly by Robert Donovan in the hospital, after Brad awakes from his coma and kills the nurses. This allows Brad's spirit to possess Tiffany Shepis, but his spirit is eventually sucked into a portal to Hell.
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