Meadow (Juliette Goglia) is the villainess from "Welcome to Game Night," episode 1.05 of The Neighborhood (airdate October 29, 2018). She is a cashier at a clothing store which was visited by Gemma Johnson and Tina Butler in the episode.
During a joint game night, Gemma revealed that she stole a backpack from a clothing store 20 years ago, and her guilt over her theft increased when she falsely told her son, Grover, that she returned it (she still had it). Gemma decided to return the backpack to the store, with Tina along with her, and it was there that they encountered Meadow, who rudely denied Gemma's chance to return the backpack. Tina spoke up for Gemma, only for Meadow to respond that she didn't like Tina's tone and that she was becomi…Read more >
Stella Longman (Jayne Sofiano) is an antagonist in the 1969 episode "The Man Who Gambled With Life" for the TV sereis "The Saint".
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) is enjoying a picnic in the country in blissful solitude, when he is approached by a group of men in funeral garb. Suddenly, a beautiful blonde named Vanessa Longman (Veronica Carlson) also arrives, and she is wearing the same shirt that Simon is wearing. She presents him with a small cage with a white mouse in it named Mimi, and tells him that they will be in contact with him.
When Simon returns to his home, he finds a coffin in it. Lifting up the lid, he sees a life-size wax model of himself within it. Then, another beautiful blonde named Stella Longman appears, also wearing the …Read more >
Vanessa Longman (Veronica Carlson) is an antagonist in the 1969 episode "The Man Who Gambled With Life" for the TV series "The Saint".
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) is enjoying a picnic in the country in blissful solitude, when he is approached by a group of men in funeral garb. Suddenly, a beautiful blonde named Vanessa also arrives, and she is wearing the same shirt that Simon is wearing. She presents him with a small cage with a white mouse in it named Mimi, and tells him that they will be in contact with him.
When Simon returns to his home, he finds a coffin in it. Lifting up the lid, he sees a life-size wax model of himself within it. Then, another beautiful blonde named Stella Longman (Jayne Sofiano) appears, also wearing the same sh…Read more >
Princess Neila (Christine Moore) is a redeemed villainess in two 1992 episodes for the TV series "Superboy". The two episodes were "Who is Superboy?", and "Cat and Mouse".
Princess Neila is an alien warrior who came to earth from a dying planet. On her world lived a warrior race, but the warriors who Neila would marry were all growing old and dying leaving only common people.
Neila traveled to earth to convince Superboy (Gerard Christopher) to marry her. She deemed Superboy worthy of marrying her, but Lana Lang (Stacy Haiduk) was in the way of Neila becoming Mrs. Superboy.
Neila disguised herself as a human and befriended Lana. But during a discussion about love and compromise, Neila slips and reveals her true identity to Lana and proceeds …Read more >
Phyllis Privett (Ann Mahoney) is a villainess from "Will Cora Get Married?", episode 1.08 of Netflix's The Good Cop (airdate September 21, 2018). She was a woman Tony Caruso, Sr. encountered during his search for Joe Privett, the man that killed his wife Connie in a hit-and-run accident, who he planned to kill in revenge of his wife's death.
After tracking down Joe's address, Tony went to the house and talked with Phyllis, who initially claimed that Joe had died three years prior and that she didn't know him and was simply renting his house following his passing. Despite this, however, Phyllis took Tony's number and agreed to contact him if she found out anything about Joe.
Later on, Tony received a call from Phyllis, who confessed to the fu…Read more >
Sharon Harris (Kate Udall) is a minor (redeemed and remorseful) villainess from "P.C.", episode 11.13 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate March 3, 2010). She was a bouncer at Kitty Korner (a lesbian bar) and was the fiancee of Alisa Davies, who was revealed to be the initially unidentified murder victim of the episode. After Alisa was identified, detectives Olivia Benson and Elliot Stabler talked with Sharon, who was heartbroken over her fiancee's death and had no knowledge of who might've wanted to harm her.
Later on, though, the detectives discovered that Sharon had a history of violent behavior, with the Kitty Korner's bartender revealing that Sharon often liked to get aggressive with rowdy customers and was also the head of a group known as Bi…Read more >
Beebe Gallini (Abbe Lane) was a snobby lady in the 1970 episode "Mike's Horror-Scope" for the TV series "The Brady Bunch".
Beebe Gallini is a fussy client who is a cosmetic giant. She arrives at the office of Mike Brady (Robert Reed) to have him design her perfume factory. Beebe monopolizes his time disrupting the Brady family activities.
Carol (Florence Henderson) is a little jealous of the time Mike is spending with the new client, and especially, when she thinks back to Mike's horoscope that she read prior to the meeting. It said that Mike would meet a mysterious woman.
Beebe has a reputation for being irresistible to any man she meets. It does appear that Beebe enjoys a little extra attention from her men, such as having Mike kiss her…Read more >
Barbara Thorndyke (Bonnie Bartlett) is the villainess of "Dorothy's New Friend", episode 3.15 of The Golden Girls (airdate January 16, 1988). She was a well-known author from Miami who spoke at a lecture of the school Dorothy Zbornak (one of the series' protagonists) taught at. After the lecture, Dorothy introduced herself to Barbara, with the women going out for coffee and talking for hours, with Dorothy being thrilled to have a new friend to have engaging conversation with.
However, Barbara's true colors begin to emerge upon meeting Dorothy's roommates Blanche Devereaux and Rose Nylund, beginning by becoming irritated with them after telling the story about her lucky brooch. It would soon after become clear that Barbara looked down on Blan…Read more >
Molly McAlister, aka The Quail (Danica McKellar), is a recurring protagonist from the Netflix series, Project Mc². She is the chief intelligence agent of NOV-8 (pronounced "innovate"), a secret government group of teenage female operatives--one of them being her daughter, McKeyla McAlister. The Quail appeared as a villainess in episode 5.02, "Nanobots, Souffles and Gray Goo, Oh My" (airdate September 15, 2017).
The episode had McKeyla reliving her failure on a mission in the previous episode, "If You Fail On Mars, Can Anyone Hear You Scream," and originally began with the ceremony from Season Four's lone episode, "A Royal Pain," where The Quail gave McKeyla her new code name: the Owl. The Quail turned heel when she appeared as the main villa…
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Cynthia (K.C. Winkler) was a secondary antagonist in the 1979 sexploitation movie H.O.T.S.
Cythia is the best friend of Melody Ragmore (Lindsay Bloom), the leader of the Pi Sorority House. She along with Melody, openly ridicules Teri Lynn (Pamela Jean Bryant), as she is attempting to pledge their sorority. They mock her working-class background and tout their own superiority. This spurs Teri into starting her own sorority that rivals the Pi Sorority. Teri calls this new house H.O.T.S., and it is filled with "misfits" that Melody and Cynthia deem unworth of being in their house.
Througout the movie, the two sororities battle each other. In one scene, Cynthia and her sorority sister Stephanie (Sandy Johnson) sneak into the backyard and pou…Read more >
Dancers are the antagonists in the 1951 episode of the TV series "The Diet". All four dancers were uncredited in the episode.
In the episode, Ricky Ricardo (Desi Arnaz) learns from his stage manager Jerry, that he lost his dancer Joanne, who has last the act. Ricky tells him to roundup some replacement dancers for the following morning, who can all wear the size 12 (modern 4-6) to fit in the former dancer's costume. Lucy Ricardo (Lucille Ball) begs to audition, and Ricky agrees.
The next morning, Lucy and Ethel Mertz (Vivian Vance) show up for her audition, and she finds herself in the company of four other hopefuls. Lucy taps Dancer #1 (brunette) on the shoulder and asks if "this is where Ricky Ricardo is auditioning girls for the dance…Read more >
Eve/Livia (Adrienne Wilkinson) is a redeemed villainess in the TV series "Xena: Warrior Princess". She appeared as the adult version of Eve in ten episodes from 2000-2001.
Eve was the daughter of Xena (Lucy Lawless), by way of a miraculous conception with a deity called the God of Light. This came about when Xena chose to save her former enemy, Callisto (Hudson Leick) , from eternal suffering. The redeemed spirit of Callisto allowed Xena to conceive a child, who was selected to be her reincarnation.
Before her birth, Xena's unborn daughter was prophesied by the Fates to become the Bringer of Twilight, the human who would bring about the end of the rule of the Olympian gods. As a result, Zeus attempted to kill Xena and her child before th…Read more >
Zee 4R (Kiara Hunter) is a secondary antagonist in the 1997 Sci-Fi film "Sleeping Dogs".
Zee 4R is a cyborg that serves as a henchwoman for notorious criminal Sanchez Boon (C. Thomas Howell). Boon sets a group of social deviants free including cyborg Zee 4R, who was in a deep freeze storage unit.
Zee 4R serves as a willing and loyal subject to Boon, with not only muscle, but also computer expertise. Boon runs an illegal emerald smuggling operation, and uses young women that he has kidnapped to run his factory.
Boon hijacks a space transport ship and its crew. In the process, Harry Maxwell (Scott McNeil), a master jewel thief along with one of the girls named Pandora Grimes (Heather Hanson) is the only one who can stop him.
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Comtesse du Barry (Asia Argento) was a minor antagonist in the 2006 historical drama "Marie Antoinette". Historically, she is known as Jeanne Becue, Comtesse du Barry (1743-1793), but was generally referred to as Madame du Barry. She was the Maltresse-en-titre, or chief mistress of Louis XV of France.
In the film, she is first introduced to Marie Antoinette (Kirsten Dunst) at a family supper, a day before Marie's wedding to the Dauphin. du Barry had been the official misstress a little over a year at that point, but it was surprising that she was included at the meal. Marie noticed Madame du Barry, who stood out with her extravagant dress, and overly loud voice. Marie was informed of the relationship to Louis, and that she would be her…Read more >
Eri Akechi aka Chieri Ake (Miki Itou) is the main (tragic) villainess of "The Case of the Furisode at the Hidden Hot Spring on a Snowy Night", episodes 13.26 and 13.27 of Case Closed (airdates November 22 and 29, 2004). She was a famous romance novelist who was at the Kotoya Inn (along with several other people) to work on a new TV drama.
Eri's backstory revealed that her original name was Chieri Ake, and she was the older sister of Sakurako Suzuka, having been separated from her sister when their parents died in a fire and Sakurako alone was adopted by the Suzuka family. In college, Sakurako was accused of selling drugs, with Sakurako's friend Harumi Fukatsu revealing how she had been framed by Asuka Shibasaki and Ema Anzai (the true drug …
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Meredith Baxter-Dimly (Chelsea Staub Kane) is the main antagonist in the 2007 comedy film "Bratz: The Movie".
Meredith Baxter-Dimly is a rude, self-centered girl who is the most popular student at Carry Nation High School. In addition, she is the student body president of her school. She is friends with Avery (Anneliese van der Pol), Quinn (Malese Jow), her two sidekicks, and Cameron (Stephen Lunsford), who is her love interest.
Meredith is the daughter of Principal Dimly (Jon Voight), and lives at a huge home along with her younger sister Cherish (Emily Rose Everhard), and her dog Paris. At school, she controls everything from where everybody sits to the activities that they join.
However, that soon changes when some newcomers to her scho…Read more >
Ohana is a tragic villainess from "The Case of the Furisode at the Hidden Hot Spring on a Snowy Night", episodes 13.26 and 10.27 of Case Closed (airdates November 22 and 29, 2004). She was a figure from a local legend of the village where the Kotoya Inn was located, and established as a young village girl known for being hardworking and kind.
After coming to the aid of a wounded samurai and nursing him back to health, the man repaid Ohana by giving her a collection of beautiful furisodes and obis (kimonos and kimono sashes), much to Ohana's delight. But unbeknownst to Ohana, the daughters of the village's leader became jealous of Ohana's fortune and planned to take it for themselves.
To do so, the sisters falsely accused Ohana of slander, re…Read more >
Maria Starkey (Xiomara Cintron) is the hidden (tragic) villainess of "Will Big Tony Roll Over?", episode 1.05 of Netflix's The Good Cop (airdate September 21, 2018). She was a hotel maid at the Four Seasons and one of five maids vetted to access a fortified suite used by the FBI to house visiting dignitaries.
The episode's events have Tony Caruso, Sr. being housed in the suite for protection as he agreed to testify against notorious drug dealer Remy DeRosa, who had had the case's previous witness Enrico Krauss killed with a car bomb. Tony was moved into the suite along with his girlfriend Debbi Paddock, who he married so she could join him (as only his immediate family could join him in witness protection). Maria was introduced to Tony and De…Read more >
Buffy Sanders (Brooke Nevin) is a villainess in the 2005 episode "Thirst" for the TV series "Smallville".
Buffy was the president of the Tri-Psi sorority at Metropolis University. Prior to joining the sorority, Buffy was trapped in a bat cave infected with Kryptonite-irradiated stalactites. After being bitten, she mutated into a metahuman with vampire-like traits.
Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk) was forced to pledge Tri-Psi in order to find housing, since she had been accepted to Metropolis University so late. After she was accepted, Buffy revealed to her that the sorority sisters were actually vampires and turned Lana into a vampire by cutting her own tongue and making Lana drink her blood with a kiss.
While doing some digging for her story f…Read more >
Medusa (Kira Clavell) is a redeemed antagonist in the 2001 fantasy TV movie "Voyage of the Unicorn".
Alan Aisling (Beau Bridges), a professor who is grieving for his dead wife, and his two daughters unwillingly journey to a parallel universe to save the world.
One of their encounters is with Medusa, who attempts to turn them to stone. However, Alan tells her that she is beautiful after using a lens given to him by a queen. The lens allows him to look upon Medusa without turning to stone. He tells her that it allows to see reality rather than the deception. Medusa, who has been inflicted with pain for turning people to stone down through the ages, offers their freedom if he will give it to her. After seeing herself in the mirror with the…Read more >
Iris (Brittany Snow) is the main protagonist and tragic villainess from the 2012 thriller, Would You Rather.
Iris is introduced as a young woman taking care of her brother, Raleigh, who is suffering from leukemia. She struggles to pay for her brother's treatments, but one day, Dr. Barden (Raleigh's oncologist) introduced Iris to wealthy phlanthropist Shepard Lambrick, who offered Iris a lucrative deal. Shepard was hosting a dinner party that included a parlour game, with the grand prize being a huge payout for Raleigh's treatment should Iris win.
Iris accepts and she heads to the party on the following night. She meets Shepard's son, Julian, and the other contestants, and during the party, Iris passes on a steak and foie gras dinner due to t…Read more >
Holly Lindstrom (Inga Swenson) is the villainess of "Little Sister", episode 4.21 of The Golden Girls (airdate April 1, 1989). She was the younger sister of Rose Nylund and a renowned flautist. Her slight backstory also revealed that her relationship with Rose was strained, as she had a habit of stealing Rose's friends from her.
The episode's events had Holly visiting Rose while she was in Miami for business, with Rose recounting her feelings for her sister to her roommates Dorothy Zbornak and Blance Deveraux. However, upon her arrival, Holly was shown to act immensely bubbly and kind towards Rose and her friends, as shown by her identifying Dorothy, Blance, and Dorothy's mother Sophia Petrillo from what Rose had told her about them.
Later o…Read more >
Miwa Yasuda (Sayaka Ohara) is the villainess (remorseful) of "Deadly Poisonous Spider Trap", episode 13.20 of Case Closed (airdate September 6, 2004). She was a reporter for a biology magazine and was working alongside researchers Tooru Hitokawa, Yoshiki Urasaki, and Professor Yutaka Shinno for a magazine centered around poisonous spiders.
The episode began with Miwa, Tooru, and Yoshiki encountering Conan Edogawa and his friends when they stumbled across them taking photos of one of their spider subjects, and it was soon after that Yoshiki called Yutaka and heard as he was seemingly bitten by a black widow spider, with the group finding him dead in his university office. Miwa appeared horrified by Yutaka's death, as shown by her fiercely try…Read more >
Layla Khudari, aka Lena Bachara (Annet Mahendru), is the tragic (and redeemed) main villainess from "Get the Picture," episode 3.05 of Lethal Weapon (airdate October 30, 2018).
Layla's backstory revealed that she is the daughter of Lebanese artist Aleah Khudari, who was killed by a rebel attack in Tripoli in 2000--when Layla was only 10. The rebels who committed the attack were sponsored by art gallery owner Victor Halderman, who ended up taking (among other portraits) a painting called Shati Bahr, which Aleah completed years ago.
In the 18 years that passed, Layla learned about Halderman's connection to her mother's death, as well as him possessing the painting, and planned to steal it. Her plan involved changing her name to Lena Bachara, t…Read more >
Kyoko is a Masou-Shoujo under Ariel in the light novel series and aniamtion 'I's This a Zombie?. First introduced as a childhood friend of Orito, and a survivor of a serial killer attacks. As the series goes on, she is in fact, the serial killer herself. Most importantly, she is also a murderous female samurai who enjoys killing her victims in cold blood for fun without showing any remorse.Read more >
Fujino Asagami is the antagonist of the third chapter of novel Kara no Kyoukai, "Remaining Sense of Pain", and its animation. She is a classmate and friend of Azaka Kokutou, both of whom attend Reien Girl's Academy.Read more >
Mirage is the (former) secondary antagonist of Pixar's 6th full-length animated feature film The Incredibles. She is the right-hand assistant of Syndrome who assists in his plans to eliminate the world's superhero population before having a change of heart and deciding to help the Incredibles instead.
She was voiced by the late Elizabeth Peña.
She and Syndrome lured superheroes to the island of Nomanisan, which is the location of Syndrome's secret base. There, they are finished off by Syndrome's killer robot, the Omnidroid. Syndrome and Mirage were especially focused on luring Mr. Incredible, which they eventually succeeded in doing. After Syndrome blew up the plane that Elastigirl, Violet, and Dash were on, Mr. Incredible reached from his bon…
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Yukio Washimine is a high school senior and the only daughter of Ryuzo Washimine, who was the former kumicho (boss) of the yakuza organization "Washimine-gumi" in the animation Black Lagoon.
1st Season 19~21 episodes.
Young girl wearing glasses with black long hair, dressed like an ordinary high school student.
As the only surviving direct relation of the former boss of the Washimine Group, Yukio is the only one with a viable claim to the leadership of the Group. She reluctantly takes up the leadership when Hotel Moscow steps up their efforts to claim a part of the Japanese criminal underworld. Because of this, she inevitably falls into the world of the Yakuza, eventually being devoured by the tragic darkness she so feared.
Because of this,…
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Suigintou is the first of the Rozen Maiden dolls in the animation Rozen Maiden.
silver-white hair and pink eyes, the latter of which are purposefully shown to have narrow, slit pupils. She wears a dark blue headband with black lace trimming.
With her arrow-like feathers, she can conjure up a shield, a large sword, or even twin black dragon heads. Suigintou can also create destructive blue flames as a last resort in battle. Suigintou's varied abilities, particularly when combined with her savagely cunning nature, make her one of the strongest players in the Alice Game. After she absorbed Souseiseki's Rosa Mystica, Suigintou was able to use Souseiseki's Gardener Shears. However, when Suigintou lost her Rosa Mystica to Barasuishou, Souseiseki…
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Bishamonten, also known as Vaisravana or Bishamon, is one of the Seven Gods of Fortune in the manga and animation series Noragami. She is officially a goddess of war and warriors.
2nd Season since 1st episode.
Beautiful, tall and slender goddess appearing to be in her early twenties. She has extremely long blonde hair that reaches her feet and are curly at the end. She has pale skin and her eyes are purple.
Due to her past with Yato, she was bent on vengeance and decided to destroy anything he held dear to himself.
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Lady Eboshi is the secondary antagonist of Princess Mononoke. She was portrayed by Yūko Tanaka in Japanese and Minnie Driver in English.
Black hair woman who ties up in some sort of traditional style, finishing off with a pink ribbon. She's the only female in the film who wears lipstick. She wears Hakama, a dark red male kimono, and a huge cloak that she hangs on her shoulders.
Lady Eboshi used to be a slave sold to pirates. Later on she became the wife of the pirate, who lead the first pirates of Japan. Then the leader was murdered in his home town and Eboshi became free on her own. Soon she saw Ishibiya, the Chinese guns. She used it to conquer the area of the Cedar Forest.
In the animation movie she is first seen when she is with her…
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Gravel is a (former) commander of the Sixth Siege Captain of the Vatlantis Empire and is recognized as it's hero for her bravery in battle in the animation Masō Gakuen HxH. She is called Hero of the Frontier.
1st Season 5~6 episodes.
Tanned skin woman, which is extremely rare in the Vatlantis empire. She also has blonde hair that reach to her shoulders. She has big proportions and muscles, no unnecessary fat and a firm and tight body.
Master Combatant: Gravel is immeasurable skilled fighter, probadly the best in entire Atlantis ever and overcomes even Quartum, the elite emperor guardian. Her combat abillities were accredited by many strong fighter including Aldea, which is a very skilled combatant on her on. When she firstly came to Ataraxia …
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Aldea is a member of the Sixth Invasion Division of the Vatlantis Empire in the animation Masō Gakuen HxH and Gravel's best friend.
1st Season 4~6,8 episodes.
Beautiful young woman with long jade green hair, deep purple eyes and large breasts.
Master Combatant: Aldia is a highly skilled combatant, one of the best of entire Atlantis. Her combat skills are so great, that she was a member of Quartum, the elite emperor guardians, for some time. During her first time spented in Lemuria she was capable of fighting the entire Amaterasu Squad at once without much effort. Overall, Aldia is comparable with Grabel.
Master Spearman: Aldia is extremely skilled with wielding her spear. During her first contact with Kizuna and Hayru she was able overcome Hayu…
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Zelshione is the leader of the Vatlantis Imperial Guards as well the aide of Grace Synclavia in the animation Masō Gakuen HxH.
1st Season 8,10~12 episodes.
Beautiful and mature woman with long purple hair (in the anime, she has a tattoo on her right face). Her body is very voluptuous yet well trained, having large breast that seem even bigger when compare to how slim the rest of her body is.
Master Hand To Hand Combat: Being the leader of Vatlantis Imperial Guards, Zelshione is a formidable martial artist.
Master Whip/sword Proficiency: She is highly skilled in using a whip , both to punish prisoners and in combat. She is also able to turn whip to sword which is skilled as well.
High Leadership Skills: Zelshione is a capable leader, handling th…
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Lieselotte Sherlock is the older sister of Selina and the Trinity Seven of Acedia in the anmation Trinity Seven. Prior to Arata's enrollment at the "Royal Biblia Academy", she vanished until reappearing before her friends as an evil mage.
1st season 5~8,11 episodes.
young lady with long flowing blonde hair tied up in twin tails. Compared to her younger sister Selina, she has purple eyes and her body is much more developed, particularly her breast.
Lieselotte's Thema is Stagna from the Acedia Archive. Like many Acedia magicians who had appeared in the story, she practices Logos Art, magic branch that deals with time-space and calculation.
After being defeated and saved by Arata, Lieselotte has since become his friend and ally (which means, a me…
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Morgana (Brenda Benet) is a remorseful antagonist in the 1978 episode "Diana's Disappearing Act" for the TV series "Wonder Woman".
Morgana is a magician and henchwoman for Count Cagliostro (Dick Gautier), who is a descendent of a family known for swindling and magic.
Morgan first appears at the lab of Count Cagliostro who is transforming bars of lead into bars of gold. He has invented a machine that can turn base metal into precious gold. Cogliostro tells Morgana that she is to get a pendent from Diana Prince (Lynda Carter), who received it from an associate of his.
Later at a magician show, Diana Prince volunteers for a disappearing act, where she falls through a trap door to a large box. Morgana and some of Cagliostro's men seal her in…Read more >
Kagekiyo Tairano is a character in the animation Big Order.
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Akiko Shiina (Rei Sakuma) is the tragic villainess of "A Lucky Man's Suspense", episode 10.16 of Case Closed (airdate August 2, 2004). Her slight backstory revealed she was a house wife to her husband (who name is never revealed), with whom she had two children: a son and a daughter.
Her backstory also revealed that her husband was the victim of a hit-and-run accident, being transported immediately afterwards to Beika Central Hospital. Despite his injuries being severe to the point where nothing could be done to save him, doctor Yokoto Oowada encouraged the man to hold on, only to later tell Akiko that he had died during surgery. Akiko's heartache over her husband's death turned to rage against Yokoto, confronting him later on at the hospita…Read more >
Heather Spiro (Cara Seymour) is a tragic villainess from "Jury Duty," episode 3.02 of Bull (airdate October 1, 2018).
Heather's backstory revealed that she was the mother of two girls, Penny and Ella Spiro. The latter (and younger) of the two giris was raped and murdered by a man named Richard Briggs, who worked as the girls' piano teacher, and during the crime, Briggs locked Penny in her closet--threatening harm to Heather if she made any sound. Penny recognized Briggs' voice that fateful night, and gave that same testimony during Briggs' trial. Briggs was convicted, but let out of jail quickly, and after learning about Briggs' release, Penny and Heather felt unsafe.
Briggs' release caused Heather to become immensely overprotective of Penny…Read more >
Chrissy Yeager (Madison Lawlor) is a redeemed villainess from the 2018 Lifetime film, Killer Under the Bed (airdate October 20, 2018). She is the older sister of Kilee Yeager (the film's main protagonist).
The siblings and their mother, Sarah, moved to a new home following the death of the girls' father in a car accident. Chrissy and Kilee's relationship was introduced as being strained in the film, and after Kilee found a demonic voodoo doll under her bed, Chrissy became Kilee's first target, as Kilee (as a test) used the doll to cause pain to Chrissy's right knee. The magic works, much to Kilee's shock, and after Chrissy is told about the doll by Kilee, Chrissy tossed it in the trash while not believing Kilee's claims. However, the doll w…Read more >
Dr. Linda Ryder (Kristin Carey) is a villainess from the 2018 Lifetime film, Killer Under the Bed (airdate October 20, 2018). She is a dentist and a co-worker of fellow dentist Sarah Yeager.
Linda appeared to be welcoming to Sarah on her first day at the office, but she quickly showed her true colors and saw Sarah as a threat--accusing her if being an obstacle in Linda's quest to replace their boss, Dr. Abbott. She continued antagonizing Sarah in response to Sarah's protests to Linda's controversial procedures, which included (but weren't limited to) instilling implants in a ten-year-old pageant contestant. After Linda defended her practices, both women were called into Dr. Abbott's office.
While this was going on, Kilee Yeager (Sarah's youn…
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Margaret "Maggie" Cotton (Rya Kihlstedt) is the main anti-villainess of the 2016 Lifetime film Her Last Will (alternately titled Beneficiary). She was an ex-marine sergeant turned con artist, utilizing her military past to become a master manipulator.
The film's beginning had Maggie being close with her foster mother, who she had been supporting her since she gave up her life of crime. Finding herself struggling for money, Maggie met with brothers Gil and Harold Cotton for a job offer--which she was shocked to learn was to drive their mother Dina insane so they could have her institutionalized and thus gain free access to her money. While initially adamant against taking the job, Maggie agreed once Gil upped her payment to $90,000.
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Cousin Pretensia (Morgan Fairchild) is an antagonist in the 1999 episode "Thing's Romance" for the TV series "The New Addams Family".
Cousin Pretensia is a countess who mooches off her family members and steals small items from them. She is said to "give professional cheapskates a bad name".
The Addams family thought she had lost all her money when her husband, Lord Wick ran through it all before he was mauled to death by a pack of hyenas. In fact, she had made plenty of money by being a freeloader.
The Addamses take Pretensia in to their home out of obligation, though none of them enjoy her staying with them. Thing, however, is quickly enamored with her handmaiden, Lady Fingers.
The Addamses dislike her emensley, as she constantly name …Read more >
Becky Martin-Granger (Christine Baranski) is a minor antagonist in the 1993 comedy film "Addams Family Values".
Becky along with her husband Gary Granger (Peter MacNicol), are the owners and directors of Camp Chippewa, which they say is "America's foremost facilty and camp for priviledged young adults". In actuality, it is a summer camp primarily for snobby upper-class children, where they treat the white, blonde, richer kids with extreme favortism while looking down at the non-white, overweight, and handicapped children.
Becky is very perky and overzealous as her husband, and they attempt to alter the personalities of Wednesday Addams (Christina Ricci) and her brother Pugsley (Jimmy Workman).
At the end of the weekend, she rehearsed the Cho…Read more >
Belle Crocker (Sherrie Rose) was a redeemed henchwoman in the 1990 episode "Ghost in the Machine" for the TV series "The Flash". The 1990 version of Belle Crocker, was played by Lois Nettleton.
Belle Crocker, who was also known as Ghostess, was the henchwoman for The Ghost (Anthony Starke), who was also known as Russell, who attempted to extort money from the city in 1955. The Ghost was a criminal genius, who was fascinated by the potential of television. He therefore used a pirate transmitter to blackmail city officials and businessmen. The Ghost and Belle planted bombs throughout downtown Central City, rigged to detonate on his signal if the city did not pay him $1 million.
The Nightshade came to the rescue and apparently blew up his l…Read more >
Gretchen Palmer (Kaley Cuoco) is the villainess from the 2015 comedy, The Wedding Ringer. She is the fiancee of Doug Harris (one of the film's main protagonists), a successful tax attorney.
The film had Doug hiring the services of best man for hire Jimmy Callahan (the other main protagonist) to pose as Bic Mitchum, a longtime friend of Doug's. This was done because Doug didn't have a lot of friends growing up, and he made up the name in response to Gretchen asking about who his best man would be at their wedding. At some point in the film, Gretchen appears to figure out that Doug got the name Bic Mitchum from products he uses, and also realized that the names of the groomsmen were similar to notable names of Los Angeles sports legends, but …Read more >
Tara Moss, aka Emily Layton (Catherine Haena Kim), is a redeemed villainess from "The Woman Who Never Died," episode 1.03 of Magnum P.I. (airdate October 8, 2018).
The backstory of Emily Layton revealed that she is the mother of a young daughter, but the girl's father's identity was never revealed. At one point, Emily engaged in a relationship with Val Jenson, who worked at a jewelry store. Val planned to rob his own store, and coerced Emily into being his accomplice, but during the robbery, Val shot and killed a fellow employee, after which their ill-gotten loot was hidden in Emily's home.
In the time that passed, Emily--who was in fear of Val--got extensive plastic surgery and changed her name to Tara Moss, after which she became engaged t…
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Natalia Petrovic aka Angie Anderson (Lauren German) is the villainess (redeemed) of "Kill Bob", episode 2.11 of Fox's Human Target (airdate January 31, 2011). She was a schoolteacher and the wife of software designer Bob Anderson, who hired the services of Christopher Chance after someone on a motorcycle tried to shoot him as he was stuck in traffic.
Angie's backstory, however, revealed that her true identity was Natalia Petrovic, a member of the Russian intelligence branch known as the OSA. Natalia was also revealed as a skilled spy and assassin, who had been assigned to romance Bob as a means of killing him and retrieving an encryption code he was working on that was being used to protect NSA satellites.
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Played by an unknown/uncredited actress during the beginning of Herclules episode 'Greece Is Burning'. A que of models are in line to impress and join the evil ruler of the fashion world, Count Von Verminhaven.
The boss and bully Oena (Jay Saussey) is going out her way to impress the Count and pushes Althea (Willa O'Neil) backstage who then falls back, knocking the que into Domino effect with the dark haired leather-clad model in front who lads on the Verminhavens lap. Making the most of the situation, she attempts to seduce him for a potential quick way into his business however this is cut short when Oena marches out in frustration, pulling the model back and punching her into mid air and out the screen, Oena then apologises to the Count…Read more >
Angela Feld (Shannon Elizabeth) was the primary antagonists of the 2009 remake horror film "Night of the Demons".
Angela Feld is an event planner who decides to throw a wild Halloween party at the mansion, in order to rake in some money. Among the party's guests are Suzanne (Bobbi Sue Luther) and Lily (Diora Baird). The mansion is filled to the rafters with party-goers, loud music, and lots of booze.
The three girls are joined at the party by Dex (Michael Copon), Lily’s ex-boyfriend and Jason (John F. Beach). Besides that, Colin (Edward Furlong) a drug-dealer and also Maddie’s ex has gone to the party to try and flog some of his stash. Soon enough, the police arrive to break up the party leaving Angela, Maddie, Lily, Suzanne, Dex, Jason and …Read more >