Jeffrey Tambor (1944 - )
- Radioland Murders (1994) [Walt Whalen Jr.]: Hanged (off-screen) by Stephen Tobolowsky; his body is shown afterwards when Brian Benben and Mary Stuart Masterson discover him.
- Weapons of Mass Distraction (1997) [Alan Blanchard]: Commits suicide by jumping from a roof. (Thanks to Phil)
- There's Something About Mary (1998) [Sully]: Although he survives the actual movie, the US DVD includes a deleted/extended scene in which Matt Dillon discovers that Jeffrey has been devoured by his pet snake. (Played for comic effect.) (Thanks to Stephen)
- Operation: Endgame (2010) [Devil]: Stabbed in the chest (off-screen) with several pencils by an unspecified assailant in Jeffrey's office; his body is shown afterwards when the other agents discover him.
- Flypaper (2011) [Gordon Blythe]: Shot repeatedly by Patrick Dempsey, Ashley Judd, and Octavia Spencer.
- Branded (2012) [Bob Gibbons]: Dies from a heart attack at the end of a fight with Ed Stoppard.
- The Hangover Part III (2013) [Sid Garner]: Dies from a heart attack while berating his son (Zach Galifianakis); a scene at his funeral takes place later on.
- The Accountant (2016) [Francis Silverberg]: Tortured to death (off-screen) with a blow torch by David Anthony Bugilone and his men. His death is shown in a flashback as J.K. Simmons tells Cynthia Addai-Robinson about him, and his body is shown again when J.K. goes to see him in the morgue.
- The Twilight Zone: Dead Woman's Shoes (1985) [Kyle Montgomery]: Shot (off-camera) by Tyra Ferrell, after Tyra is possessed by Pia Grønning's spirit; we only hear the shot from outside the house.
- Tales from the Crypt: Dead Right (1990) [Charlie Marno]: Executed in the electric chair; we see the lights dimming as the switch is pulled, and his body is shown through the blinds afterwards. (There is also an earlier "daydream" scenes showing Jeffrey being hit by a truck, and one of him choking to death, when Demi Moore imagines how the prediction of his death might come true.)
- Archer: Killing Utne (2010; animated) [Torvald Utne]: Shot in the head by Mannfred (voiced by Rene Auberjonois). (Played for comic effect)