Michael Gambon (1940 - )
The Beast Must Die (Black Werewolf) (1974) [Jan Jarmokowski]: Shot with a silver bullet by Calvin Lockhart while Michael is in his werewolf form; his body changes back to his human form after his death. (Thanks to Bryan and Dignan)

Forbidden Passion: Oscar Wilde, the Movie (Oscar) (1985) [Oscar Wilde]: Dies (off-screen) of meningitis; his death is mentioned in the narration, followed by a scene of his funeral.

The Singing Detective (1986) [Philip E. Marlow]: Shot in the head by his own alter-ego in a dream sequence; he survives the mini-series in reality. (Thanks to Aaron)

The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (Spica) (1989) [Albert Spica]: Shot in the chest by Helen Mirren in the restaurant, after she forces him to eat a bite of Alan Howard's corpse.

Mobsters (The Evil Empire) (1991) [Don Salvatore Faranzano]: Thrown off of a rooftop. (Thanks to Gary)

Two Deaths (1995) [Daniel Pavenic]: Shot to death by soldiers after Sonia Braga starts wildly firing a gun while embracing him, forcing the soldiers to shoot them both.

The Innocent Sleep (1996) [Detective Inspector Matheson]: Shot twice with a sniper rifle by Ben De Saumserez as Michael is about to kill Rupert Graves. (Thanks to Brian)

Sleepy Hollow (1999) [Baltus Van Tassel]: Decapitated by Ray Park after Ray impales him through the back with a fence post and pulls him outside the sanctuary of the church.

Gosford Park (2001) [Sir William McCordle]: Poisoned (off-screen) by Helen Mirren; his body is shown sitting behind his desk afterwards when Clive Owen stabs him (not knowing he's already dead), and again when his body is discovered in the morning and during the investigation.

Open Range (2003) [Denton Baxter]: Shot to death by Robert Duvall. (Thanks to Gary)

The Good Shepherd (2006) [Dr. Fredericks]: Killed (off-screen) by a group of assassins; we only see a brief shot of his body being thrown into the river afterwards. (Thanks to Eric and ND)

Cranford (2007) [Thomas Holbrook]: Dies (off-screen) of pneumonia; we learn of his death afterwards when John Bowe informs Judi Dench. (Thanks to Brian)

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009) [Albus Dumbledore]: Killed with the Avada Kedavra curse by Alan Rickman, as Daniel Radcliffe looks on helplessly; his body then falls from the school tower. (Thanks to Patrick, Agustin, Ralph, and Tommy)

The Book of Eli (2010) [George]: Shot to death, along with Frances de la Tour, by Gary Oldman's men. (Thanks to Arben and Tommy)
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Michael Gambon in 'Sleepy Hollow'