Doug Jones (1960 - )
The Newlydeads (1987) [Tim]: Impaled through the back of the head with a metal pipe by Scott Kaske's ghost, as Renee Way looks on in horror. Their bodies are shown again later on when Jean Levine and Jimmy Williams discover them.

Hocus Pocus (1993) [Billy Butcherson]: Killed (off-screen) by Bette Midler's witchcraft, some time before the movie begins; he appears as a zombie after Bette resurrects him in the present day, and returns to his grave after the witches are destroyed.

Something About Sex (Denial) (1998) [Ghost]: Plays a ghost (though I don't know anything else about his role).

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Hush (1999) [Gentleman]: Explodes, along with the other three "Gentlemen," when Sarah Michelle Gellar regains her voice and screams. (Doug was wearing heavy monster make-up for this role.)

Three Kings (1999) [Dead Iraqi Soldier]: Killed in combat with the US forces.

Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman (2000) [Dave]: Stabbed with an icicle by the snowman, through the bottom of the life raft.

Adaptation. (2002) [Augustus Margary]: Beaten to death by poachers in the forest; shown in a flashback/"historical" sequence as Meryl Streep writes about it in her book. (Thanks to Tommy)

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (2005) [Cesare]: Stabbed to death by William Gregory Lee; his body is shown afterwards when the asylum workers bring it to Daamen J. Krall. (The entire story turns out to be Judson Pearce Morgan's delusion; Doug survives in reality.) (Thanks to Tommy)

Fear Itself: Skin and Bones (2008) [Grady Edlund]: Shot in the head with a shotgun by Molly Hagan, after Doug is possessed by the wendigo and attacks Cole Heppell. (Thanks to ND)

Legion (2009) [Ice Cream Man]: Shot repeatedly by Paul Bettany, Lucas Black, Charles S. Dutton, Tyrese Gibson, and Dennis Quaid, after Doug reveals himself to be possessed by an angel. (Thanks to Tommy and ND)

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Doug Jones in 'The Newlydeads'