Brian Thompson in 'The Terminator'
Brian Thompson (1959 - )
The Terminator (1984) [Punk]: Impaled when Arnold Schwarzenegger drives his fist through Brian's chest, lifting him off the ground.

Cobra (1986) [Night Slasher]: Impaled on a hook by Sylvester Stallone in an abandoned factory, then is burned to death as the factory burns down. (Thanks to Robert)

Fright Night Part II (1989) [Bozworth]: Impaled when William Ragsdale drives another vampire's hand into Brian's stomach to save Traci Lind. (Thanks to Robert)

Moon 44 (Intruder) (1990) [Jake O'Neal]: Killed in an explosion when his plane is shot down. (Thanks to Robert)

Doctor Mordrid (1992) [Kabal]: Impaled through the back by the tusk of a mastodon skeleton in a museum, after Jeffrey Combs uses his magical powers to bring the skeleton to life.

Star Trek: Generations (1994) [Klingon Helm]: Killed in an explosion (along with Barbara March, Gwynyth Walsh and the rest of the Klingon crew) when the Enterprise fires on their ship.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: To the Death (1996) [Toman'torax]: Neck snapped by Clarence Williams III. (Thanks to Neil)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Harvest (1997) [Luke]: Stabbed in the back with a stake by Sarah Michelle Gellar; his body turns to ash after he dies. (Thanks to Germboygel, Matt and Neil)

Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (Mortal Kombat 2) (1997) [Shao Kahn]: Dies when his beast-form bursts out of his human form after a fight with Robin Shou. (Thanks to Germboygel)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Innocence (1998) [The Judge]: Killed in an explosion when Sarah Michelle Gellar fires a rocket launcher at him. (Thanks to Matt and Neil)

The X-Files: Without (2000) [Alien Bounty Hunter]: Shot in the neck by Gillian Anderson while he's in the form of Mitch Pileggi; he briefly transforms back into Brian before dissolving into a puddle of slime. (Thanks to Kim)

Charmed: Oh My Goddess Part 2 (2003) [Cronus]: Falls into a crevice, along with Will Kempe, when Holly Marie Combs uses her powers to cause an earthquake. (Thanks to David31)
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