Simon Oakland (1915 - 1983)
- The Raiders (1963) [Sgt Austin Tremaine]: Shot by his CO Alfred Ryder when he refuses the order to use a Gatling Gun on Brian Keith's small band of men. (Thanks to Brian)
- Chato's Land (1972) [Jubal Hooker]: Struck from behind on the head with a large rock by Roddy McMillan, one of the members of the posse.
- Perry Mason: The Case of the Frantic Flyer (1960) [Howard Walters]: Shot in the chest (off-screen) by James Bell in his motel room. We learn of his death when Ray Collins informs Raymond Burr.
- Wagon Train: The Countess Baranof Story (1960) [Col. Vasily]: While kidnapping Taina Elg to steal her family fortune awaiting her in Alaska, Simon is shot to deathby Robert Horton when he blinks his eyes while holding a gun on him.
- Perry Mason: The Case of the Misguided Missile (1961) [Capt. Mike Caldwell]: Bludgeoned to death (off-screen) with a rock by Bruce Bennett. We learn of his death when a solider reveals the news to Bruce and other scientists.
- The Twilight Zone: The Rip Van Winkle Caper (1961) [DeCruz]: Bludgeoned to death with a gold bar by Oscar Beregi in the desert.
- Bonanza: Thunder Man (1963) [William Poole]: Shot dead by Michael Landon as he threatens to throw a vial of nitro-glycerine at him after Michael realises Simon has murdered Evelyn Scott and Toby Michaels.
- Mission: Impossible: The Frame (1967) [Jack Wellman]: Shot to death (off-screen) by Joe De Santis. We hear the shot when the IMF team (Arthur Batanides, Barbara Bain, Steven Hill, Martin Landau, Peter Lupus & Greg Morris) leave Simon's house.
- Cimarron Strip: The Beast That Walks Like A Man (1967) [Joshua Broom]: Killed when Stuart Whitman upends him and knocks him into the blazing firepit in the Arapaho camp. (Thanks to Brian)
- Tarzan: The Maguma Curse (1967) [Judson Burnett]: Loses his balance on a tightrope during a competition against Ron Ely for a tribal ritual proof of the curse.
- Hawaii Five-O: Strangers In Our Own Land (1968) [Benny Kalua]. Driving a bulldozer, he is shot in the arm by Jack Lord and then drives into a dynamite hut and he dies in the subsequent explosion. (Thanks to Brian)
- Ellery Queen: The Adventure of the Pharaoh's Curse (1975) [Norris Wentworth]: Dies (off-screen) of a heart attack in the museum, when Wallace Rooney threatened to shoot him. We only see the outline on the floor as the police investigate.