John Turturro (1957 - )
- Five Corners (1987) [Heinz]: Shot in the back with an arrow as John is carrying Jodie Foster onto a roof. (Thanks to Robert and Tommy)
- The Sicilian (1987) [Pisciotta]: Poisoned. (Thanks to Abri)
- Men of Respect (1990) [Mike Battaglia]: Shot to death by Peter Boyle.
- Miller's Crossing (1990) [Bernie Bernbaum]: Shot in the forehead by Gabriel Byrne. (Thanks to Stephen, Matt, Abri, and Tommy)
- Brain Donors (1992) [Roland T. Flakfizer]: Shot to death whilst in a duck suit by Mel Smith and Bob Nelson, who are dressed as hunters, in the play within the film (Turturro survives the film in reality) (Played for Comedic Effect).
- The Luzhin Defence (2000) [Aleksandr Ivanovich 'Sascha' Luzhin]: Commits suicide by jumping from a bathroom window, due to his mental illness. (Thanks to Abri)
- Monkeybone (2001) [Monkeybone]: Playing the voice of an animated character in a world of comas, he dies while his consciousness is in the body of Brendan Fraser after falling at the end of a fight with Chris Kattan, whom is possessed by Fraser's consciousness. He eventually ceases to exist when Whoopi Goldberg places him back in Fraser's mind as an idea.
- A Few Days In September (2006) [William Pound]: Shot to death by Juliette Binoche during a shoot-out at the end of the film.
- Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014) [Seti I]: Dies from an unspecified disease; he dies with his sons (Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton) by his side.
- Miami Vice: Rites of Passage (1985) [David Traynor]: Shot to death by Pam Grier, after she finds out that John was the one who gave Tery Ferman an overdose of heroin. (Thanks to Robert)
Brother of Nicholas Turturro
Cousin of Aida Turturro
Husband of Katherine Borowitz