M.C. Gainey (1948 - )
An Innocent Man (1989) [Malcolm]: Killed by David Rasche and Richard Young when a police operation goes wrong. (Thanks to ND)

New Eden (1994) [Thor]: Killed by either Michael Bowen or Janet Hubert-Whitten when M.C. opposes their plan to keep the prisoners alive as slave labor. (Thanks to ND)

Breakdown (1997) [Earl]: Shot to death by Rex Linn just as M.C. is about to shoot Kurt Russell. (Thanks to Neil and Larry)

Con Air (1997) [Swamp Thing]: Thrown through the windshield of the firetruck when it crashes. (Note: I had previously removed this title after being informed that M.C. could be seen injured but alive after the crash, but since I've gotten other e-mails suggesting it, I decided to list it just to clear up the confusion.) (Thanks to Neil, ND, and George)

The X-Files: Vienen (2001) [Bo Taylor]: Melted/dissolved (off-screen) after being taken over by alien parasites. (Thanks to ND)

The Cooler (2003) [Highway Officer]: Hit by a truck just as he's about to shoot Maria Bello and William H. Macy. (Thanks to ND)

Club Dread (Broken Lizard's Club Dread) (2004) [Hank]: Throat slashed with a machete by Erik Stolhanske when M.C. confronts him, in the middle of M.C.'s tough-guy speechmaking. His body is shown afterwards partially buried in the beach when the other staff members discover him, and again hanging in the disco with several other victims. (Played for comic effect.)

Lost: Through the Looking Glass (2007) [Tom Friendly]: Shot in the chest by Josh Holloway when M.C. tries to surrender. (Thanks to Alex and Neil)

Human Target: The Wife's Tale (2010) [Donnelly]: Shot in the back by Chi McBride just as M.C. is about to shoot Molly Parker and Mark Valley. (Thanks to Alex and ND)

Justified: Bulletville (2010) [Bo Crowder]: Shot in the back by Omar Avila during a big shoot-out. (Thanks to Brian and ND)

Django Unchained (2012) [Big John Brittle]: Shot in the chest by Jamie Foxx at Don Johnson's plantation, as Cooper Huckabee looks on in shock. (Thanks to Tommy, Matthew, Jack, Arben, Tim, and ND)

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M.C. Gainey in 'Club Dread'