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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by gweempose, Apr 9, 2014.
Yeah, falls into the Dexter category, where the lead role goes to the highest ranking villain.
Here's one: Competitive reality show participants! - True evil, villainous, soulless, drama kings/queens.
I'm trying to think of some of the actors who ALWAYS play the villain...
oh, come on - that describes colton from survivor better than anyone else i could think of!
I was going to say that!
Frank Gorshin version, right?
Glory, Spike, ... (Buffy)
Sigfreid(sp?) (Get Smart)
Sue Sylvester (Glee)
muggum (The Joe Schmo Show) KIDDING!
Cast of Boardwalk Empire.
Dr. Smith from Lost In Space
Rosalind Shay(s?) - LA Law
Frank Burns - M*A*S*H
Johnny Sack - The Sopranos
Some of the names mentioned to me, aren't necessarily villains but anti-heroes. The subtle difference to me is that a villain you love to hate, and they can do no right, and you don't root for them at all. Guys like Walter White, Tony Soprano, Al Sweerengen, were all characters you might have rooted for at one time or another in their shows. I wouldn't consider them really villains.
Cyrus Beene - Scandal
Jake Ballard - Scandal
edit: Mama Pope - Scandal
( I watched a marathon of last 4 episodes last night)
The Joker (Heath Ledger version).
Those are TV villains?
Sylar is a good one. Forgot all about him.
How about Amanda and Percy from Nikita?
Bryce Larkin and Alexei Volkoff from Chuck?
I agree. Characters like Walter White or Tony Soprano definitely aren't villains in the traditional sense. Yes, they are criminals, but they are also the shows' protagonists.
Wile E. Coyote
Number 2 - any of them - from The Prisoner (original).
I really don't think of Dexter as a villain. Am I messed up? Yeah, I know I'm twisted.
The Trinity Killer was a favorite villain of mine. Lithgow is so amazing as the creepiest of bad guys and that villain did some pretty messed up stuff.