|Tomas Milian (1933 - )|
|Death Sentence (Sentenza di morte) (1968) [Albino]: Shot to death by Robin Clarke in a churchyard. (Thanks to Andrea)
Bood and Guns (Tepepa) (1970) [Jesus Maria Moran a.k.a. Tepepa]: Stabbed in the chest with a scalpel by John Steiner, after John treats Tomas' gunshot wound from having been shot by Orson Welles.
Almost Human (Milano odia: la polizia non puo sparare; The Kidnap of Mary Lou) (1974) [Giulio Sacchi]: Shot several times in the chest by Henry Silva in the street. (Thanks to Alessio)
Four of the Apocalypse (I Quattro dell'apocalisse) (1975) [Chaco]: Shot in the chest by Fabio Testi, after Fabio first slashes Tomas' face with a straight razor. (Thanks to Alessio)
Silent Action (La Polizia accusa, il servizio segreto uccide; Chopper Squad) (1975) [Captain Sperli]: Shot repeatedly by Michele Gammino and the other police in the street. (Thanks to Andrea)
Assault with a Deadly Weapon (Romo a mano armata; Brutal Justice; Rome Armed to the Teeth; Tough Ones) (1976) [Vincenzo Moretto, 'il gobbo']: Shot in the chest by Maurizio Merli. (Thanks to Alessio)
The Cynic, the Rat & the Fist (Il Cinico, l'infame, il violento) (1977) [Luigi 'Chinaman' Maietto]: Shot to death by Maurizio Merli through the windshield of a car. (Thanks to Andrea)
Brothers Till We Die (La Banda del gobbo) (1978) [Vincenzo Marazzi/Francesco Marazzi]: Playing a dual role, "Vincenzo" is killed in a car accident. ("Francesco" survives the movie.) (Thanks to Alessio)
Cat Chaser (1989) [Andres DeBoya]: Shot to death (along with Tony Bolano) by Charles Durning, after Charles forces them to strip and get into a shower. (Nudity alert: Full frontal and rear)
Murder, She Wrote: Day of the Dead (1992) [Enrico Montejano]: Shot in the chest by James Coburn in the street; his body is shown afterwards when Angela Lansbury arrives at the commotion, and the murder is shown in a flashback later on.
Oz (1997) [Prisoner #43A515, Ricardo Alvarez]: Dies (off-screen) of Alzheimer's Disease; he last appears in the episode To Your Health, and his death is mentioned in the second season. (Thanks to Robert)