Gloria Fernandez is the villainess of "The Haunting of Elm Manor", case #28 of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date May 24, 2013). She was the wife of Hector Fernandez and the mother of their son, Aurelio, who died years prior to the events of the case, supposedly killed by the couple's haunted home. Gloria was also revealed to have had a brief affair with botanist Charles Parker following her son's death.
Some time prior to the case's beginning, Hector confessed to Gloria in a drunken stupor the truth about Aurelio's death: he had fallen to his death down the stairs of the house while Hector wasn't watching him as he was supposed to. Later on, when she saw that Hector had no memory of his confession, the vengeful Gloria began …Read more >
Aria Montgomery (Lucy Hale) is one of the main protagonists from ABC Family/Freeform's series, Pretty Little Liars. In the latter half of the show's seventh and final season, Aria served as the secondary villainess.
Throughout the entire series, Aria and the protagonistic Liars were blackmailed and tormented by "A," a group of villains targeting the group for their own nefarious motive, with the original "A" being Mona Vanderwaal. In Season Seven's "Power Play," the renamed "A.D." team made an offer to Aria to join them, doing so due to info that could ruin her relationship with her fiancee, Ezra Fitz. The episode ended with Aria being asked via text message if a decision has been made, with no definitive answer; however, Aria turned heel in…Read more >
Valerie's unnamed Grandmother (Julie Christie) was one of the protagonists from 2011's Red Riding Hood film. She was the paternal grandmother of main protagonist Valerie, who was being pursued by a werewolf wreaking havoc in the town. After being suspected of being the werewolf, Valerie's Grandmother appeared as a villainess in a brief dream sequence.
Valerie (among others) had suspected that her Grandmother was the werewolf, due to the fact that both she and the wolf had brown eyes. Her suspicions led to a dream which had her Grandmother laying next to her, slowly going through her werewolf transformation. Just like the classic story, Valerie comments on her Grandmother's eyes, ears (which were animalistic), and teeth, with her evil Grandmot…Read more >
Lorna Soliday (Sherry Miller) is the main villainess from the pilot episode of Warehouse 13 (airdate July 7, 2009). She is a lawyer and the godmother of Cody Thomas.
Sometime before the events of the episode, Lorna Soliday acquired Lucrezia Borgia's comb from professor Edward Marzotto, who later realized that the comb had dangerous powers. The artifact transferred Borgia's twisted mindset to the owner, and Edward saw it was happening to Lorna, as she began controlling those around her. When Edward attempted to get the comb back, Lorna used the comb to convince Edward to commit suicide, which he does by dousing himself with gasoline and setting himself ablaze.
Lorna had been concerned about Cody's relationship with Emily, feeling that Emily was…Read more >
Jo-Anne Kramer (Ashley Williams) is a villainess (redeemed) from "Rats", episode 1.10 of The Protector (airdate August 22, 2011). She was a researcher for the Lorber Medical Lab at Ardair University, working under the advisement of Dr. Ben Ramsey along with three fellow students: Harold Coogan, Evan Fenster, and Trisha Burke.
The episode opened with all four students (and later Dr. Ramsey) falling victim to mysterious sodium azide poisoning, with Trisha dying from the poison as a result of a congenital heart defect. When first questioned by detectives Gloria Sheppard and Michelle Dulcett, Jo-Anne bemoaned the death of her colleague and expressed a fierce belief that the culprit was Animal Freedom United, an animal rights group who had been s…Read more >
Bridget Wilson (Amelia Rose Blaire) is a villainess (tragic) from "Beef", episode 1.06 of The Protector (airdate July 24, 2011). She was the daughter of Roderick Wilson and the two ran Roderick's food truck, Red Bite & Chew, together. As revealed by Bridget, her father was a gruff man who had made enemies among their rival food truck businesses and that he'd also disapproved of her ex-boyfriend and forbad them from being together.
When Roderick was found dead in his food truck after the interior was set on fire, Bridget (who was away getting supplies) was horrified by her father's death and shocked that none of their neighboring competitors stayed to help. As Gloria questioned Bridget and comforted her regarding her father's death, Bridget …Read more >
Satomi Yoshino (Rei Sakuma) is the villainess of "The Death God Jinnai Murder Case", episode 3.20 of Case Closed (airdate September 1, 1997). She was the manager of actor Hayato Nanjo, who was famous for portraying the titlular "Jinnai" in the popular Jinnai film series.
She first met detective Kogoro Mouri, his daughter Ran, and Conan Edogawa when Hayato's wife Miyuki hired him (against Hayato's wishes) to investigate a mysterious death threat her husband had received, signed by his villainous film persona promising that he would die at midnight. Conan had early suspicions about Satomi when, after she was relieved of duty by Hayato for the night, he and Ran spotted her at a nearby diner watching the office building.
That night, someone dres…Read more >
Dr. Claire Finn (Penny Johnson Jerald) is a regular character on FOX's The Orville. She is the Chief Medical Officer on the titular ship, as well as the Lieutenant Commander. Claire appeared as a villainess in an alternate reality set in the first season's antepenultimate episode, "Firestorm" (airdate November 16, 2017).
The episode featured Lt. Alara Kitan blaming herself and her pyrophobia for the death of Lt. Harrison Payne, and in an attempt to simulate any other fears she may have, she placed herself inside the holographic simulator--which featured her combating against any an all catastrophes. Among those were a clown and an alligator witnessed by Alara and other members of the crew, which led to Claire deciding to perform brain scans …Read more >
Miho Nishitani (Miki Itou) is the tragic villainess of "A Stalker's Murder Case", episode 3.17 of Case Closed (airdate August 11, 1997). She was the head waitress at an 24 hour diner, and previously worked at a bakery with dreams of opening her own shop.
Her backstory also revealed that she was the victim of stalking from Tatsuya Nagai, who was eventually caught by the police spying on her at her apartment. Soon afterwards, Tatsuya retaliated against Miho by shoving her down a flight of stairs at a train station. Fearing for her life, Tatsuya moved away and got her new job at the diner to cope with the insomnia she had developed as a result of the trauma.
But after learning that Tatsuya had found her again and feeling that the police couldn'…Read more >
Rihanna is a pop/R&B singer who appears as the main protagonist and tragic villainess of her music video for Man Down (release date June 1, 2011). The video opened with Rihanna entering a train station, where she was shown looking down at the crowd of passersby from a balcony. She then waited a moment before pulling out a pistol and shooting a man dead. As the crowd began to panic, Rihanna was shown to have a pained look on her face before she fled the scene.
As the song began, the video flashed back to the previous morning, showing Rihanna as a high-spirited and social woman living in a troubled village, as shown through her bubbly interactions with her neighbors. One night, as Rihanna was out at a party, she was approached by a man (reveale…Read more >
Marlowe Viccellio (Kristy Swanson) is a recurring character from Psych, who originally debuted as villainess in episode 6.03, "This Episode Sucks" (airdate October 26, 2011). She appeared in the beginning of the episode at a bar frequented by Carlton Lassiter, who notices Marlowe and becomes smitten by him. After engaging in a conversation that included Marlowe suddenly knowing Carlton's name and the subject of Clint Eastwood movies, Marlowe walks off, leaving Lassie waiting for her.
Unbeknownst to Lassie, Marlowe was on a villainous mission with her brother, Adrian, to abduct people with a rare O-negative blood type. Adrian suffered from a rare blood disorder that required constant transfusions, and they resorted to abductions after he was d…Read more >
Kimie Tsujimura (Mari Arita) is the tragic villainess of "Diplomat Murder Case", episodes 2.20 and 2.21 of Case Closed (airdates February 17 and 24, 1997). She was the wife of diplomat Isao Tsujimura and the stepmother to Isao's son, Takayoshi.
Kimie's backstory revealed that, twenty years prior to the episode's events, she was happily married to Kenji Yamashiro and was the mother of their daughter, Yukiko. The couple was approached by Isao, who acted as a financial aid to Kenji's political goals. But in actuality, Isao was in love with Kimie and framed Kenji for fraud to have him sent to prison, where he shortly afterwards died.
As a result of her husband's incarceration, Kimie suffered a mental breakdown and was institutionalized, with Yuki…
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Noriko Okaya (Emi Shinohara) is the main (tragic) villainess from "Cactus's Flower Murder Case", episode 2.09 of Case Closed (airdate November 11, 1996).
Noriko was an employee at a commercial company and the fiancee of Tatsuo Yamaguchi, whom she met after joining his firm. But while the young couple was vacationing in the mountains, they were tailgated while driving by another couple, Naomi and her fiancee Tsuyoshi Kitagawa. The prank resulted in Tatsuo losing control and crashing the car, with the Noriko being pulled from the wreckage right before the vehicle exploded, killing Tatsuo as a horrified Noriko cried out for him.
Noriko quickly recovered fro her injuries three months after the accident, with the help of Saeki, a doctor who had b…
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Samantha Caspary (Serena Scott Thomas) is a redeemed villainess from "There Be Ghosts," episode 7.06 of Rizzoli & Isles (airdate July 11, 2016). She is a noted mystery writer who appeared at Boston PD with insight regarding a double murder at a hospital. Samantha's claim to Vince Korsak and Jane Rizzoli was that a ghost committed the murders, stating that the murders were connected to Hannah Rose, a patient who died at the hospital in 1905, and whose vengeful spirit had been committing murders. Her appearance came to the extreme pleasure of Maura Isles, who was a fan of her work, leading to the two women bonding and also allowing Samantha to help out on the investigation.
However, Samantha's eccentric and friendly demeanor masked her ambitiou…Read more >
Lisa Moore (Jodie Markell) is a redeemed villainess from "Wednesday's Child," episode 15.14 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate February 5, 2014).
Lisa Moore and her husband, Dr. Tom Moore, adopted their young son, Nicky, from what was then known as Soviet Georgia two years prior to the episode's events. Nicky had behavioral problems due to spending the first five years of his life in an orphanage, and other than that, he was also diabetic. Lisa was often left alone with Nicky, as Tom was always away on business, and as the time passed, she became frustrated over dealing with Nicky; even harboring resentment for Tom for (in her mind) abandoning her.
Lisa decided to give up Nicky, giving him to a broker who later handed him to Alexa and Roger Pearson…Read more >
Yoko Sawaki (Rie Ishizuka) is the villainess of "Monday Night 7:30 p.m. Murder Case", episode 2.08 of Case Closed (airdate November 4, 1996). She was the well-known dentist to Ayumi Yoshida, the friend of Conan Edogawa.
Yoko's backstory also revealed that she had an older brother, who was kidnapped and murdered by Katsuhiko Nakamoto when he was nine years old. Yoko witnessed Katsuhiko abduct her brother, but due to a lack of evidence and the courts deciding that Yoko was too young for her testimony to be used to make a case, the police were forced to release Katsuhiko.
Wanting to avenge her brother, Yoko plotted to murder Katsuhiko, utilizing Ayumi's upcoming tooth removal to commit her vengeful crime. After the procedure was done, Yoko took …Read more >
Nikki Carpenter (Tracy Spiridakos) is a recurring (later redeemed) villainess from Season One of the MacGyver reboot (2016-17).
Nikki Carpenter was introduced in the pilot episode, "The Rising," as Angus MacGyver's girlfriend and a hacker for DXS (later called the Phoenix Foundation). She was working with MacGyver as well as Jack Dalton on a mission in Italy, which involved retrieving a canister containing a nuclear weapon. Despite difficulties, MacGyver obtained the canister, but later on, John Kendrick appeared and held Nikki at gunpoint, while demanding the canister. After MacGyver gave it to Kendrick, Nikki ended up fatally shot by Kendrick.
However, later in the episode, it was revealed that Nikki actually faked her death, as Mac spotted…
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Mary Banner (Lillith Fields) was the tragic main villainess of the 2005 horror film Urban Legends: Bloody Mary.
In 1969, Mary Banner was a high school student at Worthington High School. For the school's Homecoming dance, Mary (along with students Gina Lotnick and Grace Taylor) was brought to the dance with three popular jocks as their dates, with football captain Willy being her date. Mary was shown to be happy with having a popular date to the dance, but expressed concern for Willy's ex-girlfriend Dawn, who Willy had recently broken up with and who was glaring at Mary as she and Willy took the dancefloor.
But later on, the jocks revealed their true intentions by giving their dates drugged punch, planning to drop them off in the woods as a …
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Audrey St. Marie (Mathilda May) is a villainess (remorseful) from "Truth and Consequences", episode 2.09 of Crossing Lines (airdate October 9, 2014). She was a famous actress and an old friend of Michel Dorn, the Chief Senior Investigator of the ICC. She first encountered the ICC when they set up a sting operation to capture Clement Blanc, a disturbed man who had been stalking Audrey and leaving her threatening letters. After Clement was arrested, Audrey praised the ICC for their work and was shocked to learn that Tonino Piovani had also received similar threats before being brutally murdered.
As discovered by the ICC over the course of the episode, Audrey was involved in a car accident two years prior, crashing into another car while driving …Read more >
Akiko Hanai (Mami Koyama) is the main villainess of "The False Kidnapping and Hostage Case", episode 1.25 of Case Closed (airdate July 22, 1996). She was the assistant of ruthless business mogul Katsuhiko Takei and was close to his daughter, Naoko, acting as a sisterly figure to the girl after her mother's death.
During the episode, Naoko was kidnapped and held for ransom, and was seemingly killed when the abductor panicked during the ransom dropoff and drove the van into the lake in a murder-suicide. When questioned by detective Kogoro Mouri with her boss present, Akiko revealed that she had invited Naoko to a movie the day she disappeared and expressed a belief that her abduction was her fault.
Later on, the kidnappers contacted Katsuhiko a…Read more >
Taeko Mamegaki (Mitsuki Yayoi) is the main (tragic and remorseful) villainess from "On Location, TV Drama Murder Case", episode 1.21 of Case Closed (airdate June 24, 1996). She was a scriptwriter for a television drama starring Yoko Okino, as well as the fiancee of assistant director Yuji Shimazaki. Taeko was also shown to be close to her grandfather, Kyusaku Mamegaki, who lived close to the filming area for the show.
Her backstory also revealed that her parents died in an accident when she was a teenager, leading her to go through a rebellious phase in which she hung out with Morio Anzai and his gang of drop-out friends. This led to Morio and his friends stealing music instruments from a warehouse Taeko told them about, which resulted in t…Read more >
Tess Larson (Lindy Booth) is a (remorseful) villainess from "Open and Shut," episode 3.06 of CSI: NY (airdate October 25, 2006). She is the stylist for famous model Mandi Foster.
Tess was shown in the beginning of the episode witnessing a verbal confrontation between Mandi and hotel concierge Sara Jackson, and witnessed Sara recording the incident with a camera. She was unaware that Mandi planned the whole thing as a publicity stunt, and was under the belief that Sara was attempting to sabotage and betray Mandi. This led to Tess confronting Sara in the building and demanding the camera from her; a confrontation that ended up with Sara pushed over the railing. Tess grabbed Sara and attempted to pull her back up to safety, but she lost her gri…Read more >
Audrey Hilden (Megan Ward) was the secondary (redeemed) villainess from "A Night at the Movies," episode 3.19 of CSI (airdate April 10, 2003). She is a woman who had filing a lawsuit against her dentist, Gus Sugarman; claiming that Sugarman assaulted her while under anesthesia.
Audrey was using the Langly and Langly law firm to file her suit, and it was there that she met showgirl Kelly Goodson, who was filing a sexual harassment suit against her boss, Anthony Haines. The two women vented about the people causing their problems, and it was at that moment that the women decided to eliminate each other's problems, a la the Alfred Hitchcock film, Strangers On a Train. Kelly did her part; she killed Sugarman at the Wonderland movie theater, after…Read more >
Victoria (Shannyn Sossamon) is the main protagonist and tragic villainess of the 2007 film Catacombs. Her slight backstory revealed that she suffered from anxiety, a condition for which she took medication. She was also the sister of Carolyn, who invited her to visit her in Paris via postcard.
Soon after Victoria arrived in Paris, Carolyn took her to a rave being held in the Paris Catacombs, where Victoria had to be taken to the VIP room when she began to have an anxiety attack. After being told by the rave's host, Jean-Michel, a legend about a killer preying on people who became lost in the Catacombs, Victoria and Carolyn tried to return to the party, only to become lost.
Suddenly, the sisters were attacked by a man in a goat mask, who appe…Read more >
Carrie Underwood is a country singer and appears as the main protagonist and tragic villainess of her music video for Blown Away (release date August 1, 2012).
In the video, Carrie appears as a teenage girl with an abusive and alcoholic father, with the song lyrics describing the girl's mother as having died previously. The video began with Carrie and her father in the kitchen, with Carrie working on homework at the table while her father was drinking. The man asked Carrie if she needed help, persisting even as she declined. Carrie eventually tried to leave the room, causing her father to angrily grab her by the wrist. Carrie pulled free and hurried out, with her father shouting after her.
Later in the video, when Carrie saw a tornado approac…Read more >
Sabina Baxendale (Alix Wilton Regan) was the secondary (remorseful and redeemed) villainess of "The Velvet Glove", episode 2.07 of Crossing Lines (airdate October 2, 2014). She was the cousin of Josie Miller and a reluctant member of Josie's ring of women who seduced older men and killed them for their money. When Sabina was younger, Josie helped her and her mother after her father left them, even paying to help Josie continue her education, leading Sabina to feel she was in her cousin's debt.
Sabina's target was Herbert Baxendale, who she seduced into marrying her, unbeknownst at the time that Josie's operation included murdering their targets. Sabina made the poison and considered going through with killing Herbert as Josie wanted, but coul…Read more >
Silke Beck (Julia Dietze) was a villainess from "Home Is Where the Heart Is", episode 2.05 of Crossing Lines (airdate September 25, 2014). She was the sole female member of a biker gang, and the girlfriend of the gang's leader, Max. The gang was revealed to be serial robbers, and the episode's beginning showed Silke helping her gang rob the Deprez family.
To gain access to the house, Silke rang the doorbell and claimed she had been in an accident, allowing her other gang members to storm the house. However, rather than simply robbing the house, the violent gang members proceeded to brutally murder the Deprez family, much to Silke's horror.
As the ICC began to investigate the home invasions committed by the biker gang, Silke confronted Max abo…Read more >
Ophelia Lincoln was the villainess of "The Summoning", case #26 of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date May 2, 2013). She was a 16-year-old high school student and was friends with three of her fellow classmates: Steven Crowe, Elvira Milton, and Simon Armstrong, who were all involved in the Occult and Satanic rituals. The case began with Simon being found gruesomely stabbed to death in what appeared to be a Satanic ritual, as Satanic symbols were carved into his body.
Ophelia was first questioned by detective David Jones when Elvira anonymously called the police station from the Grimsborough Cemetary, wanting to give statements. During her statement, Ophelia stated that Simon had been nice and hadn't deserved to die in such a g…Read more >
Mrs. Sturmfuller (Rebecca Fleming) was a villainess from the 1985 film, Stephen King's Silver Bullet. She was one of many people who were out looking for whatever killed Brady Kincaid, unaware that it was a werewolf. Mrs. Sturmfuller (along with her husband, Milt, and the rest of the search party) was brutally killed by the werewolf.
Later in the film, Mrs. Sturmfuller turned heel when she appeared in Reverend Lester Lowe's nightmare, along with the rest of the victims. In the sequence, the victims were all in attendance at a funeral service performed by Lowe, and during the eulogy, the evil Mrs. Sturmfuller snarled and gave an ominous glare at Lowe, displaying her heel persona in the nightmare. Later on, Mrs. Sturmfuller cemented herself as …Read more >
Penny Miller (Miranda Frigon) is the main (redeemed) villainess from the 2014 Hallmark film, A Cookie Cutter Christmas (airdate November 9, 2014). She is an elementary school teacher and the rival of fellow teacher (and main protagonist) Christie Reynolds.
Penny and Christie's shared backstory revealed that they were best friends as kids, but their friendship ended during their school's Christmas recital, when during a performance of "Silent Night," Penny stole Christie's lyrics. Since then, their friendship became a competitive rivalry, with Penny being obsessed with topping Christie. The rivalry was in full display when James Thompson came into town with daughter, Lily, a new student being transferred into the school.
Penny was also the cha…Read more >
Kara (Marj Dusay) was a redeemed antagonist in the 1968 episode "Spock's Brain" for the TV series "Star Trek".
Kara was the leader of the Eymorg women of planet Sigma Draconis VI in 2268. She enters the USS Enterprise and renders everyone unconsious. When the crew wakes up, McCoy finds Spock alive in sick bay with his brain surgically removed.
Although she was untrained in the sciences, Kara underwent a memory-implantation procedure that gave her the necessary knowledge and skill to successfully steal Spock's brain so that it could be used to run her planet's master computer system.
McCoy urges its quick restoration if Spock is going to survive. Capt. James T. Kirk follows the ion-trail to a system where he gamles on an icy planet populate…Read more >
Shahna (Angelique Pettyjohn) was a redeemed villainess in the 1968 episode "The Gamesters of Triskelion" for the TV series "Star Trek".
Shahna was a humanoid drill thrall on the planet Triskelion, where she was born in the mid-23rd century. Her mother had previously been killed in a freestyle match.
Shahna had big green hair and wore a skimpy silver outfit with boots, opera gloves and a choker necklace.
In 2268, she was encountered by the crew of the USS Enterprise, who were kidnapped from their ship by the Providers. Shahna was responsible for training the new thralls. She got romantically involved with Capt. James T. Kirk in the process.
While Kirk is captive, Shahna takes him food. Kirk kisses her and then knocks her out to obtain her k…Read more >
Charlie Chambliss (Wendy O. Williams) is a secondary antagonist in the 1986 film "Reform School Girls".
Charlie Chambliss is an inmate and bully of Pridemore Juvenile Facility For Girls. When newcomer Jenny (Linda Carol) arrives at the prison, Charlie greets her with the usual biker chick welcome. Jenny fights back and proves herself from the get go. A war of back and forth bikering is the main focus of the film.
Wendy wears nothing more than a leather G-string and push-up bra. She has definately been around the block a few times, and sports a horse voice, a face that looks like its experienced way too many drugs in her lifetime, and a toned body that presents herself with an odd sort of attractive qualities.
Warden Sutter (Sybil Danning)…Read more >
Melissa Jane "MJ" Prentiss (Kayla Wallace) was the villainess (tragic and redeemed) of the 2017 film Christmas Solo. She was a high school junior and member of her school's choir, and the daughter of Nate Prentiss, having been raised by him following his divorce from Melissa's mother Vivian. Melissa took her parents' divorce hard, blaming her father for (in her mind) letting her mother leave, and as a result became a cruel bully, with her former friend Audrey referring to her as an "ice cold diva". She was also friends with songwriter Henry, whom she had write songs for her while also callously putting down his desire to write his own songs.
Melissa also took an instant disliking to new student Charlotte Flynn, with her jealousy increasing …Read more >
Octavia (Gayle Hunnicutt) is a KAOS agent in the 1967 episode "It Takes One to Know One" for the TV series "Get Smart".
Octavia is an alluring KAOS agent whose modus operandi is to seduce the number two man of CONTROL into telling her all he knows, and then ditching him after revealing her status as an agent.
She is successful twice, and then she meets the new number two man of CONTROL, Hymie the robot (Dick Gautier). She and Hymie leave the office together, not long before Maxwell Smart (Don Adams) and the Chief (Edward Platt) come rushing in to warn him. Max finds her compact, which she had left behind. What he finds in the cosmetics case reveals Octavia's true identity. A robot. The same type as Hymie.
It turns out that Hymie and Octavia h…Read more >
Princess Aura is the daughter of the main antagonist in the 1980 scifi film "Flash Gordon".
Princess Aura is first seen hiding herself somewhat from view as she gazes seductively upon Flash Gordon (Sam J. Jones) as he stands in the Grand Audience Chamber of her father, Emperor Ming the Merciless (Max von Sydow). After Flash insults her father by calling him a psycho, Aura appears and walks alongside the earthlings at a distance, leading her dwarf ‘pet’ Fellini on a golden chain. She moves to stand upon the dais near her father and Klytus (Peter Wyngarde). Like the others of Mongo, Aura is enthralled when Flash rebels against Ming’s brutes to save Dale Arden (Melody Anderson), watching in appreciation as Flash battles them until he is knocke…Read more >
Akio's unnamed mother (Reiko Yamada) was a villainess (tragic and redeemed) from "A Haunted Mansion Murder Case", episode 1.20 of Case Closed (airdate June 17, 1996). She was the mother of Akio, who years prior to the episode's events, killed his father in a fit of rage when he began to viciously scold him for failing his college entrance exams for the third time, striking his head with a candle holder. His mother witnessed the fatal attack and was horrified by her son's actions.
But rather than turn her son into the police, like the guilt-stricken Akio wanted to do, his mother instead decided to hide her son so he couldn't be arrested and taken away from her, not wanting to lose him like she lost her husband. In the years that followed, Aki…Read more >
Princess Elaine (Judi Meredith) is the princess turned evil through a spell in the 1962 fantasy adventure film "Jack the Giant Killer".
Princess Elaine has just been crowned in Cornwall when she receives a magical music box with a small anthropormorphic jester inside as a birthday gift from a foreign lord. However, the foreign lord is really an evil sorcerer Pendragon (Torin Thatcher). The tiny jester is Pendragon's giant minion Cormoran. When Elaine is asleep that night, Pendragon uses his magic to turn Cormoran back to his full size and abducts Elaine.
Elaine is taken to Pendragons ship, but before it can sail, a brave farmer named Jack (Kerwin Matthews) rescues her. In gratitude, King Mark (Dayton Lummis) makes Jack Elaine's protector…Read more >
Erin Cordette (Valarie Rae Miller) was a villainess from "Shelf Life", episode 2.17 of Life (airdate March 11, 2009). She was a soldier for the military who was on leave with three of her friends and fellow soldiers: Dixon Simms, Andy Stiller, and Travis Slocum. Erin, Dixon, and Andy were first questioned in their hotel room after Travis was found stabbed to death on the boardwalk. During the questioning, Erin was shown to be rigid to the detectives' questions.
Later on, detective Charlie Crews discovered a secret Erin was keeping: she was working a second time job as security for Chem X Tech, as shown when Charlie followed her to a plane where the company was hosting a party. When Erin spotted Charlie on the plane, she took him to the bathr…Read more >
Grinhilda (Luanne Gordon) was the leader of the Valkyries in 4 episodes of the TV series "Xena: Warrior Princess" from 2000 to 2001.
Grinhilda was the leader of the Valkyries, and Odin's ex-lover during Xena's dark days. Grinhilda like the other Valkyries, wears a metal helmet with wings on her head. Her outfit consists of a metal corset which accentuates her breasts. The metal theme continues with with abdominal armor and layers that hang over the shoulders like a football shoulderpads. She wears a greyish skirt, and carries a large sword.
Grinhilda didn't trust Xena (Lucy Lawless) when she joined the Valkyries, and when Xena went after the Rheingold, Grinhilda took the other Valkyries to stop her. None of them could stand up to Xena t…Read more >
Havisha (Simone Kessell) is a redeemed antagonist for the 1999 episode "We'll Always Have Cyprus" for the TV series "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys".
Havisha was a former priestess of the Oracle of Cyprus. She and her boyfriend Drayus (Aaron Devitt) were killed by thugs on the night he proposed to her. Havisha rose from the dead on a mission of vengeance against her killers.
After killing the men who murdered her, she attacked the Oracle as well. Hercules arrived just in time to convince Havisha to stop the killing. He told her that for each death she was responsible for, her soul was dying a little bit more. Eventually, she would lose the memory of Drayus completely. Hercules then offered Havisha his own life, but warned that by doi…Read more >
Enforcer (Karen Sheperd) is an antagonist who appeared in two 1996 episodes "The Enforcer", and "Not Fade Away" from the TV series "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys".
Enforcer, who was also known as the Water Enforcer, was created by Hera to kill Hercules when Nemesis refused to do so. She was made of water and was thus extremely difficult to defeat. She required no sleep or food, however, she did have to drink periodically to maintain her fluidic form.
Bladed weapon could cut and pierce her body, which would cause her to spray water and thus be injured. However, she could easily regenerate this damage simply by consuming liquids or even being submerged in them.
The Enforcer's biggest weakness was extreme heat. Heat sufficient to vaporize…Read more >
Astronema (Melody Perkins) is the main (later redeemed) Antagonist on Power Rangers In Space.
Astreonema was born as Karone on the planet KO 35. Karone lived together with her brother Andros and the two of them were best friends. Karone was kidnapped by a ruthless bounty hunter named Darkonda. Karone was held prisoner for years, and later brainwashed and given a new name, Astronema.
Until the episode, Dark Spector's Revenge part 2. Astronema wears different types of wigs. Her assistant is Ecliptor who is also like a father to her. Astronema's spaceship is called The Dark Fortress.
Astronema makes her appearnce in the episode From Out of nowhere Part 1. Where she and the other supervilains are at table celebrating the capture of Zordon by e…Read more >
Nadira (Kate Sheldon) is the main female (later redeemed) antagonist on Power Rangers Time Force.
She is the daughter of the main antagonist Ransik. In the year of 3000. All the criminals and mutants have been captured except for Ransik. Relazing that since he cannot rule the future. Ransik to decides to travel back in time, but before he can do it. He captured by Alex of The Time Force police and put on trial and found guilty. Alex's fiance. Jennfier along with Trip, Lucas, and Kate are assigned to take Ransik to the prison ship to be cryogenically frozened. However Nadira helps her father escape by posing as a hit and run victim on the road. Ransik and Nadira along with his robot assistant Frax head toward the prison ship, before …Read more >
Venus (Terry Moore) is a henchwoman in the 1967 three-part episodes of the TV series "Batman". These include "The Zodiac Crimes", "The Joker's Hard Times", and "The Penguin Declines".
Venus who is Joker's moll, is first shown in Joker's hideout wearing a white gown with her blond hair worn spiraled on top of her head. Joker (Cesar Romero) has taken delivery of a box, which contains the Penjuin (Burgess Meredith), who he has snuck into Gotham.
Next we see Joker and Venus steal a two twenty-carat diamonds. Batman (Adam West) and Robin (Burt Ward) trace a wig worn by the Joker's henchmen in a robbery back to the hideout, where they find Venus. They fail to convince her to turn Joker initially, but then convince her to help. She takes them t…Read more >
Skylar St. Jean (Brooke Burns) was a minor (redeemed) villainess from the 2012 film A Star for Christmas. She was a famous actress and the ex-girlfriend of fellow actor Alex Gray, having broken up with him prior to the movie's events.
Skylar reappeared in Alex's life while he was filming a Christmas action movie, replacing the film's female lead when she left, and surprised Alex by waiting for him in his hotel room. Knowing that Alex had begun a relationship with baker Cassie Drake (who had been hired to do catering for the movie), Skylar began scheming to have Alex back for herself.
Along with having paparazzi follow her, Alex, and Cassie, Skylar also got closer to Cassie by helping her with the overflow of customers her bakery was receivin…Read more >
Nate's unnamed mother (Grey DeLisle) was a villainess from "I Scooby Dooby Do", episode 1.22 of Be Cool, Scooby Doo! (airdate June 20, 2017). She was the mother of Nate, an old friend of the Scooby gang who was planning to get married to Kimmy. As revealed in the episode's climax, Nate and Kimmy's families hated each other and Nate's mother colluded with Kimmy's mother to ruin their children's wedding and drive them apart.
To commit their plot, the scheming mothers used the local legend of the Ghost of the Cliff Bride. Nate's mother dressed up as the ghost bride to wreck havoc on the wedding, with her conspirator instructing her from afar due to her poor eyesight. Kimmy's mother additionally used a hologram from the DJ system to ruin the wedd…Read more >
Kimmy's unnamed mother (Julie Nathanson) was a villainess from "I Scooby Dooby Doo", episode 1.22 of Be Cool, Scooby Doo! (airdate June 20, 2017). She was the mother of Kimmy, an old friend of the Scooby gang who was planning to get married to Nate. As revealed in the episode's climax, Kimmy and Nate's families hated each other and Kimmy's mother colluded with Nate's mother to ruin their children's wedding and drive them apart.
To commit their plot, the scheming mothers used the local legend of the Ghost of the Cliff Bride, with Nate's mother dressing as the ghost bride and Kimmy's mother directed her as she wrecked havoc on the wedding due to the former's poor eyesight. She additionally used the DJ system to project a hologram of the bride d…Read more >
'Sharon's unnamed friend (Danielle Nicolet) is the narrator and villainess from "Number One With a Bullet," the fourth segment of Beyond Belief: Fact or Fictions pilot episode (airdate May 25, 1997). She is Sharon's best friend and employee, and she was shown in the beginning of the segment expressing elation over Sharon's upcoming Paris honeymoon on Valentine's Day 1991.
On that day, however, Sharon arrived home and caught her husband, John, in bed with another woman, which prompted Sharon to point John's gun at him in anger. Sharon ended up killed while John attempted to take the gun from her, and after her death, Sharon's friend sought revenge on John, under the belief that he got away with murder. The vengeful villainess appeared at the h…Read more >
Sharon (Laura Stockman) was a tragic villainess from "Number One With a Bullet," the fourth segment of Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction
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