Javier Bardem
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
The actor who immortalized liver, fava beans and a nice chianti is a consummate baddy. Thank his intense gaze and sly smile.
Current Score:
146
Total Votes:
238
2
If you've played a James Bond villain and a Batman villain, there's no question you belong in the villain hall of fame.
Current Score:
136
Total Votes:
234
3
His smarmy intonation has earned him some of the most iconic villain roles, from Severus Snape to Hans Gruber of Die Hard.
Current Score:
116
Total Votes:
210
4
From Lee Harvey Oswald (JFK) to Dracula (Dracula), Oldman has been playing bad guys long before he was Harry Potter's godfather.
Current Score:
109
Total Votes:
217
5
Hollywood's go-to bad guy has played his fill of rogues. There's a reason David Lynch cast him as a violent drug addict in Blue Velvet.
Current Score:
77
Total Votes:
167
6
Whether he's playing Voldemort or a Nazi commandant, Fiennes' blue eyes and delicate demeanor make his evil all the more potent.
Current Score:
57
Total Votes:
183
7
After No Country for Old Men, Bardem will never be innocent again. His brooding look make him a perfect menace to society.
Current Score:
40
Total Votes:
168
8
Something about her blunt manner of speech can be construed as just plain creepy. Case in point: Misery.
Current Score:
17
Total Votes:
167
9
Before he was Elrond, Weaving was Neo's nemesis in the Matrix trilogy. The piercing stare alone makes him prime material for wrongdoing.
Current Score:
9
Total Votes:
153
10
Ever since his role as the T-1000 in Terminator 2, Patrick has capitaliized on his fierce Marine looks to play the ultimate bad-asses.
Current Score:
5
Total Votes:
141