|Robin Williams (1951 - )|
|The World According to Garp (1982) [T.S. Garp]: Shot by Brenda Currin. The movie ends with Robin being taken away in a helicopter and talking to Mary Beth Hurt; although it's strongly implied that the wound is fatal, the movie ends before his actual death and leaves it up to the viewer's interpretation as to whether he survives.
Hamlet (1996) [Osric]: Shot in the stomach by soldiers when Rufus Sewell's army arrives; we see him clutching his wound as he announces Rufus' arrival, though the film doesn't actually confirm whether the wound is fatal.
What Dreams May Come (1998) [Chris Nielsen]: Hit by a piece of wreckage when he attempts to help at the scene of a car accident; the rest of the movie takes place in the afterlife.
Bicentennial Man (1999) [Andrew Martin]: Dies of old age, after being transformed from a robot into a living human being. (Thanks to Patrick)
Insomnia (2002) [Walter Finch]: Shot by Al Pacino; he then falls back through the ice into the freezing water. (Thanks to Patrick and Brian)