In "The Revenant," out this week (see our review), Leonardo DiCaprio portrays a seemingly un-killable frontiersman who manages to claw himself free from the grave following a brutal mauling courtesy of one angry mama grizzly. With that in mind, we thought we'd take a quick look at 11 of our other favorite survivors.

In "The Revenant," out this week (see our review), Leonardo DiCaprio portrays a seemingly un-killable frontiersman who manages to claw himself free from the grave following a brutal mauling courtesy of one angry mama grizzly. With that in mind, we thought we'd take a quick look at 11 of our other favorite survivors.

Survivor Shot

OK, so maybe it was generic Laser Tag, but at the same time it was generic Laser Tag.

Chuck Noland

Tom Hanks' "Castaway" character survives a plane crash, only to nearly succumb to grief after leaving his volleyball behind whilst escaping the island.

WWE's Survivor Series

WWE's second longest-running event has been the site of some truly epic matches, including a 1996 bout that pitted the veteran Bret Hart against an ascendant Stone Cold Steve Austin.

Katniss Everdeen

Not even starvation (I assume? I never saw the films and am basing this solely on the title. Also, I don't really care if I'm wrong.) could cut down the "Hunger Games" heroine.

Jeff Probst

Contestants might come and go on the island, but Probst remains.

Ash Williams (of "Evil Dead")

The undead have been trying to cut down the cocky clerk, portrayed by the one and only Bruce Campbell, since he made his film debut in "The Evil Dead," from 1981. Somehow he's still strutting along on one of the year's better new TV series, "Ash Vs. Evil Dead."

Shane MacGowan

The legendarily intoxicated Pogues frontman has seemingly tried to do himself in for years, yet he's still ticking at 58.

Indiana Jones

In what might be the worst scene of Harrison Ford's career, from 2008's "The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," Indiana Jones survives a nuclear explosion by hiding in a refrigerator that gets blasted hundreds of yards from the test site. After tumbling violently across the desert landscape, the fridge comes to a stop and Indy rolls out, dusts himself off and somehow walks away unharmed - save for the character's reputation.

Phil Miller and Carol Pilbasian of "The Last Man on Earth"

In most instances, it's people with some noble purpose who end up surviving the apocalypse. This time, at least, Will Forte portrays Phil as a loutish everyman content to sit alone in a baby pool filled with margarita fixings, which doesn't seem like a bad way to spend an afternoon, if we're being honest. Inviting the great Kristen Schaal along to portray the guileless Carol was a great addition, too.

The Bride from "Kill Bill"

Uma Thurman's initially nameless Bride takes a slug to her head during a wedding-day ambush, only to emerge from a coma years later to exact revenge on her would-be killers.

Survivor (the band)

*Cues "Eye of the Tiger"*