|Terry Jones (1942 - )
|Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 1, Whither Canada? (1969) [Corporal]: Laughs himself to death after reading the world's funniest joke on a military testing field. (Note: The Pythons played multiple roles in every episode; I will only be listing the specific characters that die in the various episodes.)
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 4, Owl Stretching Time (1969) [Mr. Tinned-Peach, correction, Thompson]: Crushed to death when John Cleese drops a 16-ton weight on him, as Terry attacks John with a raspberry in a self-defense class.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 6, The BBC Entry to the Zinc Stoat of Budapest (1969): (1) [Karl Gambolputty de von Ausfern-Schplenden-Schlitter-Crasscrenbon-Friedigger-Dingle-Dangle-Dungle-Burstein von Knackerthrasher-Appelbanger-Horowitz-Ticolensic-Granderknotty-Spelltinkle-Grandlich-Grumbelmeyer-Spelterwasser-Kurstlich-Himbleeisen-Bahnwagen-Gutenabend-Bitte-ein-Nurnburger-Bratwurstle-Gerspurten-Mitz-Wiemach-Luber-Hundsfut-Gumberaber-Shonendanker-Kalbsfleisch-Mittler-Aucher von Hautkopf of Ulm] Dies of old age while being interviewed by John Cleese, as John attempts to finish saying the name before Terry's death. (2) [Man at Bus Stop] Hit on the head by the Frankenstein monster (John Cleese) while standing in line at a bus stop, while Michael Palin fails to notice.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 7, You're No Fun Anymore (1969) [Mary Podgorny]: Eaten by a giant alien blancmange while Michael Palin looks on in horror; we only hear the sound effects and see Michael's reaction after Terry disappears from the frame.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 10, Untitled (1969) [Ron Obvious]: Falls to his death while trying to jump into outer space, on top of numerous injuries from other failed stunts; the scene ends on a freeze-frame of him screaming as he leaps into the air, followed by a shot of his tombstone.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 11, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Goes to the Bathroom (1969): (1) [Undertaker] Killed in a car crash (off-camera) while racing his hearse against Graham Chapman; we only hear the crash, followed by a shot of several other undertakers celebrating. (2) [Assistant Chief Constable Theresamanbehindyer] Shot to death (off-screen) during a murder investigation; the scene cuts to a different sketch before his death, and his body is shown among the pile of dead police officers when the sketch resumes. (3) [Undertaker] Dies of exhaustion from carrying a heavy coffin after the other undertakers also die; he opens the coffin and collapses inside, after which the coffin proceeds to the graveyard on its own power.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 12, The Naked Ant (1970) [Simon Zinc-Trumpet-Harris]: Commits suicide by bludgeoning himself with a pistol at the end of the Upper-Class Twit of the Year Competition.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 13, Intermission (1970) [Waiter]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by shooting himself in the restaurant; we hear the shot after he walks off-camera.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 18, Live from the Grill-o-Mat (1970) [Green]: Accidentally falls out of a window while backing away after discovering Eric Idle standing over Carol Cleveland's body.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 19, It's a Living (1970) [Inspector Elizabeth Bradshaw a.k.a. The Bishop of East Anglia]: Shot in the chest while presenting an award at a school ceremony.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 20, The Attila the Hun Show (1970) [Fifth Old Idiot]: Dies of a heart attack while sitting on a bench and watching a cricket match with four other old men.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 21, Archaeology Today (1970) [Professor Lucien Kastner]: Killed (along with Michael Palin) in a fight with John Cleese and Carol Cleveland at an archeological dig site, while Terry is standing on Michael's shoulders; his body is shown lying on the ground in the foreground while Michael makes his dying remarks to the camera.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 23, Scott of the Antarctic (1970): (1) [Chef] Shot in the chest with an arrow in a montage sequence in a French art-film parody. (2) [Brian Distel] Killed in an explosion (along with Carol Cleveland) when Carol's cabbage explodes in that same art-film.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 24, How Not to Be Seen (1970) [Ludovic Grayson]: Killed in an explosion when the "How Not to Be Seen" film crew blow him up while he's hiding inside a filing cabinet and being interviewed by Michael Palin.
And Now for Something Competely Different (1971): (1) [Corporal]: Laughs himself to death after reading the world's funniest joke on a military testing field. (2) [Nigel Incubator-Jones]: Commits suicide by bludgeoning himself with a pistol at the end of the Upper-Class Twit of the Year Competition.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 30, Blood, Devastation, Death, War and Horror (1972) [Mr. Ford]: Dropped through a trapdoor by John Cleese in John's office. (I don't know whether this is fatal or not, but I thought I'd list it just in case.)
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 40, The Golden Age of Ballooning (1974) [Tirpitz]: Thrown out of a zeppelin by Graham Chapman.
Monty Python's Flying Circus: Episode 42, The Light Entertainment War (1974) [Tramp]: Run over (off-camera), along with Michael Palin, by Graham Chapman, when their light comedy segues into a spy thriller; their legs are shown sticking out from under Graham's car afterwards.
Jabberwocky (1977) [Poacher]: Partially eaten by the monster in the woods; his remains are shown again later on when they're discovered. (Thanks to Tommy)
Monty Python's Life of Brian (1979): (1) [Simon the Holy Man]: Presumably killed (off-screen) by John Cleese's band of fanatics, after Terry attacks Graham Chapman; we last see him being carried away, but considering John's incitements to violence, it seems safe to assume that he was killed. (2) [Saintly Passer-By]: Executed by crucifixion, after he offers to help Chris Langham carry his cross, and is left holding it when Chris runs off; the movie ends with all the prisoners hanging on their crosses and singing. (Thanks to Katherine and Tommy)
Monty Python Life at the Hollywood Bowl (1982) [Anti-Racism Singer]: Killed in an explosion during the "Never Be Rude to an Arab" song.
Monty Python's The Meaning of Life (1983): (1) [Mrs. Brown]: Liver cut out (off-screen) by Graham Chapman and John Cleese; the scene ends with her agreeing to donate her liver and walking away with John, but she appears as a spirit in Heaven during the final scene. (2) [Mr. Creosote]: Stomach explodes after John Cleese feeds him a wafer-thin mint to finish off Terry's gluttonous feast. (3) [Leaf #1]: Providing the voice of a leaf in an animated segment, he commits suicide by falling from the tree. (4) [Fiona Portland-Smyth]: Dies of food poisoning (along with the other dinner guests) from Eric Idle's spoiled salmon mousse; they all collapse when the Grim Reaper (John Cleese) collects them, and their spirits rise from their bodies and follow John to Heaven. (Thanks to Katherine, Tommy, and Grde)