Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (1967 - )
- Deadly Voyage (1996) [Emmanuel]: Killed in a fight with the Russian sailors on board the ship. (Thanks to Robert)
- Legionnaire (1998) [Luther]: Killed by Jean-Claude Van Damme as a mercy killing after Adewale has been captured by the enemy. (Thanks to Rob)
- The Mummy Returns (2001) [Lock-Nah]: Throat slit by Oded Fehr at the end of a swordfight. (Thanks to Tia)
- The Bourne Identity (2002) [Nykwana Wombosi]: Shot in the chest by Clive Owen, using a sniper rifle to shoot him through the window as he walks downstairs.
- The Thing (2011) [Derek Jameson]: Impaled to the chest with a tentacle by the alien (in Trond Espen Seim's form). He dies shortly after Joel Edgerton tries to help him, and his body is burned by Mary Elizabeth Winstead so that the alien doesn't take him over.
- G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013) [Heavy Duty]: Killed along with many of the other original G.I. Joes in an airstrike ordered by Arnold Vosloo after he disguises himself as the President (Jonathan Pryce). (Adewale doesn't actually appear in this film but his character's death is mentioned.)
- Thor: The Dark World (2013) [Algrim/Kurse]: Playing a Dark Elf who transforms into a monster creature, he's torn apart after Tom Hiddleston attaches a black hole device to the sword he stabbed Adawale with. (Adawale is in heavy makeup and costume for the part).
- Pompeii (2014) [Atticus]: Burned alive after being consumed in a wave of molten lava, after already being fatally wounded when he is stabbed in the stomach by Sasha Roiz.
- Concussion (2015) [Dave Duerson]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by shooting himself in the head.
- Oz: You Bet Your Life (2000) [Simon Adebisi]: Stabbed to death during a fight with Eamonn Walker (we see them struggling, cutting to the curtains splattered with blood, making it appear Eamon has been stabbed, until Adewale staggers out to fall down some stairs).
- Lost: ? (2006) [Mr. Eko]: Falls to his death while climbing a cliff pursuing his brother's ghost; this turns out to be a dream sequence. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
- Lost: The Cost of Living (2006) [Mr. Eko]: Killed when the black smoke hand thrashes him about, on top of having been seriously wounded by a bear attack and a hatch explosion on previous episodes. (His body is shown again (covered up) being prepared to be buried in the following episode, I Do) (Thanks to PortsGuy)