- Mike Donovan in the 1954 film Loophole.
- Debbie Wylder (played by Olivia Newton-John) in the box office bomb Two of a Kind.
- Dog Day Afternoon. The tellers are significant characters with personalities.
- The Sting. In a brief scene, one of the grifters is working as a bank teller before he joins the scam.
- The Silent Partner. A teller takes advantage of his bank being robbed to steal some money himself, knowing the robber will be blamed for it. The robber doesn't appreciate this and comes after him.
- Seducing Dr Lewis has Henri, the manager and bank teller from the tiny little town of Sainte-Marie-la-Mauderne, who's constantly being threatened to be replaced by an ATM.
- In Woody Allen's Take the Money and Run, Woody's character is robbing a bank. He hands the teller a note demanding money. The teller has trouble reading his hand writing and starts asking the other tellers what the words are.
- In Ernest Goes To Jail, Ernest plays a bank janitor who hopes to be promoted to teller... who happens to look exactly like a career bank robber.
- Mr Tuttle in The Lookout is a bank teller who is contemptuous of the main character, Chris Pratt's, ambition to be one too.
- Charles Ewell in the Jack Finney short story Of Missing Persons.
- The Twilight Zone (1959) episode "Time Enough at Last". A bank teller is the sole survivor of a nuclear attack.
- In an episode of Medium, a somewhat frumpy bank teller who is courted by a bank robber in order to get inside info on her bank, figures out the scam, turns the tables on the gang and steals their cash.
- In Videogame/Payday2 there are many bank tellers. They're usually the civilians to get killed in stealth runs due to their proximity to the bank alarm.