Christopher McDonald in 'Benefit of the Doubt'
Christopher McDonald (1955 - )
Brother of Daniel McDonald
Chances Are (1989) [Louie Jeffries]: Hit by a car while crossing the road; he is later reincarnated as Robert Downey Jr. (Thanks to ND)

Benefit of the Doubt (1993) [Dan]: Hits his head on some machinery after being punched in the face by Donald Sutherland; Donald then drops him down a chute into the machinery.

Fatal Instinct (1993) [Frank Kelbo]: Stabbed in the back with a large power drill by Kate Nelligan. The scene cuts away as she approaches him; his body is shown pinned to the wall afterwards when the police investigate. (Played for comic effect.)

The Road Killers (1994) [Glen]: Killed in a car crash/explosion when the gang runs him off the road. His charred skeleton is shown later on when Michael Greene investigates the crash site. (Thanks to ND)

Terminal Velocity (1994) [Kerr]: Falls to his death after Charlie Sheen manages to dislodge Christopher's grip while they're fighting over a parachute in free-fall. (Thanks to ND)

The Rich Man's Wife (1996) [Tony Potenza]: Killed by Peter Greene.

The Skulls (2000) [Martin Lombard]: Shot repeatedly in the back by Steve Harris, just as Christopher is about to shoot Leslie Bibb and Joshua Jackson; he then falls off of the bridge. (Thanks to ND)

Medium: 1-900-LUCKY (2007) [Gregory King]: Killed (off-screen) by his son (Warren Kole); he appears as a ghost to Ryan Hurst throughout the episode. (Thanks to ND)

Superhero Movie (2008) [Lou Landers a.k.a. Hourglass]: Killed in an explosion by his own bomb, after he throws it at Drake Bell. (Played for comic effect.) (Thanks to ND)

SGU Stargate Universe: Air Part 2 (2009) [Alan Armstrong]: Suffocated after he locks himself in a malfunctioning vehicle with an air leak in order to save the others. (Thanks to Adam)

Cat Run (2011) [Bill Krebb]: Killed in an explosion, along with Janet McTeer and Michael Sopko, after Janet gets into Christopher's limousine carrying Christopher's time bomb. (Thanks to Matthew)

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