|Margot Kidder (1948 - )
Ex-Mrs. Thomas McGuane
Ex-Mrs. John Heard
Ex-Mrs. Philippe de Broca
Aunt of Janet Kidder
|Sisters (Blood Sisters) (1973) [Danielle Breton/Dominique Breton]: Playing a dual role, "Dominique" dies (off-screen) during an operation to be separated from her twin sister. For most of the movie, we're led to believe that both sisters are still alive, but it's later revealed that Dominique has been dead since long before the story started, and that the "Dominique" we see is actually Danielle's dual personality. (The "real" Dominique only appears in film footage from the sisters' past.)
Black Christmas (Silent Night, Evil Night; Stranger in the House) (1974) [Barb Coard]: Stabbed repeatedly with a glass unicorn statuette by the killer in her dorm room. Her body is shown again afterwards (along with that of Andrea Martin) when Olivia Hussey discovers them.
Superman (1978) [Lois Lane]: Suffocated by being buried alive in her car during an earthquake. Her body is shown afterwards when Christopher Reeve discovers her, before he undoes her death by turning back time.
The Hitchhiker: Nightshift (1986) [Jane Reynolds]: Stabbed to death by Darren McGavin in the nursing home, using a blade concealed in his ring. (Thanks to Robert)
Tales from the Crypt: Curiosity Killed (1992) [Cynthia]: Mauled to death by her dog, after both she and the dog have their youth restored. (Thanks to Stephen)
The Clown at Midnight (1998) [Ellen Gibby]: Hit on the head with an axe by Christopher Plummer after she enters the theater. The scene cuts away just before impact, but her body is shown later on, after Christopher has arranged all his victims' bodies sitting in the audience.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Pique (2001) [Grace Mayberry]: Stabbed to death (off-screen) by her son (Chad Lowe) in her bedroom; her body is shown afterwards when Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay discover Chad raping her body. (Thanks to Robert)
Angel Blade (2002) [Frida]: Throat slit by David Heavener in the adult theatre.
Smallville: Spirit (2005) [Bridgette Crosby]: Implied to have been killed (off-screen); Margot does not actually appear in this episode, but Michael Rosenbaum discovers her ID at the site where a body was found. (Thanks to Alex)