Liam Neeson in 'Gangs of New York'
Liam Neeson (1952 - )
Natasha Richardson (widowed)
Excalibur (1981) [Gawain]: Killed (off-screen), presumably by Robert Addie or his men. His body is shown afterwards when Paul Geoffrey sees Liam's horse run by with his body tied to it. (Note: Although Paul identifies the body as Liam's character, the "body" we see is obviously an unconvincing stunt double.)

Krull (Dragons of Krull; The Dungeons of Krull; Dungeons and Dragons) (1983) [Kegan]: Killed in combat against the slayers. (Thanks to Michael)

Miami Vice: When Irish Eyes Are Crying (1986) [Sean Carroon]: Falls to his death after being shot by Saundra Santiago, just as Liam is about to shoot Don Johnson. (Thanks to Vlabor)

The Mission (1986) [Fielding]: Killed in a battle against the British soldiers. (Thanks to Michael)

A Prayer for the Dying (1987) [Liam Docherty]: Shot in the head by Alison Doody in Liam's apartment. (Thanks to Vlabor)

Next of Kin (1989) [Briar Gates]: Killed in a set-up arranged by Adam Baldwin. (Thanks to Michael)

Schindler's List (1993) [Oskar Schindler]: Dies (off-screen) of old age/natural causes; the movie ends with an epilogue at the real Oskar Schindler's grave, as the cast and several of the actual people saved by Schindler pay their respects. (Thanks to Vlabor)

Michael Collins (1996) [Michael Collins]: Killed by Jonathan Rhys-Meyers.

Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace (2001) [Qui-Gon Jinn]: Stabbed in the stomach with a light-saber during a duel with Ray Park; he dies shortly afterwards while talking to Ewan McGregor. His body is shown again later on during his funeral.

Gangs of New York (2002) [Priest Vallon]: Stabbed in the stomach by Daniel Day-Lewis at the end of the streetfight between the two gangs; he dies while talking to his son (Cian McCormack).

Batman Begins (2005) [Ra's al Ghul a.k.a. Henri Ducard]: Killed in an explosion when Christian Bale leaves him on the train with his microwave device, after Gary Oldman shoots out the railway's support beams. (Thanks to Gary, Mathew, and Neil)

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (1995) [Aslan]: Providing the voice of a lion (CGI), he is stabbed to death with a sword by Tilda Swinton on an altar, after he willingly offers his life for Skandar Keynes. He later comes back to life due to the nature of his sacrifice (an allegory for Christ's resurrection).

Kingdom of Heaven (2005) [Godfrey]: Dies of an infection some time after being shot in the side with an arrow; he dies while talking to his son (Orlando Bloom). (Thanks to Mathew and Nemanja)

Seraphim Falls (2006) [Carver]: Possibly mortally wounded after being shot in the side by Pierce Brosnan. (It's left ambiguous whether or not the wound is fatal.) (Thanks to ND)

The Grey (2011) [Ottway]: Either mortally wounded in a battle by the alpha wolf, mauled to death by the other wolves, or frozen to death after his battle with the wolf. After the closing credits, he is shown lying on top of the dying wolf; while his fate is unconfirmed, the chances of his survival are extremely slim. (Thanks to Arben and Tommy)

Wrath of the Titans (2012) [Zeus]: Fatally injured in a battle with the Titan Kronos; he crumbles to dust after talking to Sam Worthington. (Thanks to Arben and Tommy)

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