Mark Pellegrino (1965 - )
- Fatal Beauty (1987) [Frankenstein]: Shot repeatedly at close range by Sam Elliott or one of Harris Yulin’s assassins during a shoot-out. He dies as he calls for help to Brad Dourif and Neill Barry.
- Night Life (1989) [Allen Patumbo]: Killed (along with his friends) in a head on car crash with a tanker, he later comes back as a zombie and is finally destroyed after falling off a bridge onto live power lines and transformer following a collision with a train while trying to run down Scott Grimes.
- Blood and Concrete (1991) [Bart]: Shot and killed by Billy Zane during a running chase in the cemetery.
- Lethal Weapon 3 (1992) [Billy Phelps]: Shot three times/repeatedly by Stuart Wilson, his body is later seen when Mel Gibson, Danny Glover and Rene Russo come into the interrogation room and find him dead.
- Trouble Bound (1993) [Deputy Roy]: Shot/stabbed to death by mobsters.
- Class of '61 (1993) [Skinner]: Shot to death, on a horse, during a charge on the battlefield
- A Murder of Crows (1999) [Professor Arthur Corvus]: Shot to death by Cuba Gooding Jr. after Mark kills Tom Berenger; we only see Cuba firing. (Thanks to ND)
- Lost in the Pershing Point Hotel (2000) [Tripper]: Dies of a drug overdose in an empty bathtub.
- The Hunted (2003) [Dale Hewitt]: Killed when Benicio Del Toro turns Mark's poison spray against him. (Thanks to Tal and ND)
- Spartan (2004) [Convict]: Shot in the chest by Val Kilmer while Mark is handcuffed to Said Taghmaoui.
- Twisted (2004) [Jimmy Schmidt]: Bludgeoned to death (off-screen) by Samuel L. Jackson; his body is shown afterwards when Ashley Judd wakes up and discovers him lying beside her. (Thanks to ND)
- Capote (2005) [Dick Hickock]: Executed by hanging. (Thanks to Stephen)
- 2:13 (2009) [John Tyler]: kills himself in front of Mark Thompson with a sharp of glass in the head.
- Bad Turn Worse (2013) [Giff]: Shot to death by William Devane after his spinal cord was damaged on a fall, pushed by Jeremy Allen White.
- The Cherokee Kid (1996 TV) [Frank Bonner]: Shot in the back by Gregory Hines while Mark tried to shoot Sinbad.
- The Sentinel: Out of the Past (1996) [Ray Weston]: Electrocuted during a fight against Richard Burgi.
- Nash Bridges: Genesis (1996) [Ferguson]: Drowned in a pool, tied to weights, by Xander Berkeley and Arnold Vosloo.
- Brimstone: Ashes (1998) [Robert Busch]: Stab himself as a human sacrifice.
- The X-Files: Hungry (1999) '[Derwood Spinks]: Impaled through the head by the mutant Chad Donella's spear-like tongue. (Thanks to ND)
- The Unit: Exposure (2006) [Gary Soto]: Shot in the back during a mission by Dennis Haysbert thinking he was a guerrillas chief.
- Dexter: It's Alive! (2007) [Paul Bennett]: Beaten to death (off-screen) with a metal pipe by other inmates in prison; we learn of his death afterwards in a conversation between Julie Benz and Michael C. Hall. (Thanks to Stephen and Neil)
- Prison Break: Just Business (2008) '[Patrick Vikan]: Shot to death by Michael Rapaport. (Thanks to Neil)
- Fear Itself: The Spirit Box (2009) [Mr. Drake]: Neck broken when he falls down a flight of stairs after being zapped in the neck with a tazer by Anna Kendrick, he dies as Jessica Parker Kennedy looks on rather than call for help.
- Locke & Key (2011, TV movie) [Rendell Locke]: Killed by Harrison Thomas.
- Being Human: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Me Killing You (2011) [James Bishop]: Decapitated by Sam Witwer during a fight in a factory.
- Castle: The Blue Butterfly (2012) [Tom Dempsey]: Died of a Heart Attack in 1947 (off-screen), his Grandson (Also Portrayed by Mark) is Still Alive.
- Hemingway & Gellhorn (2012, TV movie) [Max Eastman]:
- Revolution: The Longest Day (2013) [Jeremy Baker]: Executed (shot to death off-screen) on David Lyons' order.
- Game changer (short) (2013) ['Bruce]: Trachea crushed during a fight against Eugenia Kuzmina.
- Being Human: Too Far, Fast-Forward! (2014) [James Bishop]: Infected by the Virus.
- Quantico: Yes (2016) [Clayton Haas]: Died in the bombing at the Command Center (off-screen).
- Husband of Tracy Aziz
- Stepfather of Tess Aziz