British Villians In American Film

Ian McKellen as Magneto X-Men 1-3 (Bryan Singer, 2000)

McKellen plays a character, famous from the X-men comic book, publish by Marvel. He appears throughout the entire trilogy. The character he portrays is a powerful mutant that has the ability to generate and control magnetism. After his performance as the character he was ranked number 1 by several bodies as the best comic book villain.

Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Hannibal Lecter | Silence of the Lambs (1991) • • Anthony Hopkins plays Dr. Hannibal Lecter, Who is a serial killer with a cannibalistic nature. In 2003 Hannibal Lecter was toped by the American Film Institute, the most memorable villain in film.

As a result of this the character has appeared in several spoofs such as in South Park and Fairly Odd Parents.

Sean Bean Both in James Bond Goldeneye as Alec Trevelyan And in National Treasure as Ian Howe In all of the films Bean has been mention in he plays a similar character type. One who appears to be on the good side at the beginning and a friend of the central protagonist but then the circumstances change and he then tries to get everything for himself. This is also slightly apparent in his appearance in Lord Of The Rings.

British Villians In American TV
Gordon Ramsey In terms of his television career Ramsey is known for his competitive cooing shows such as Kitchen Nightmares, The F Word and Hells Kitchen. He is renown for being aggressive and exceptionally blunt, which has reduced some to tears.

Spike (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

Spike is a character from the Buffy The Vampire Slayer series. The character played various roles throughout the shows run through. This vast range of character types which range from a villain to a comic-relief to an anti-hero. Spike is considered as more of a breakout character.

Ian in that his a role into

Hainsworth ( Dougray Scott) Desperate Housewives. Hainsworth is a British character is portrayed as depressed after wife was sent into a coma after horse riding accident. His main was to add some controversy a relationship.

Ian Ogilvy Muder She Wrote

He was considered a leading contender for taking over the role of James Bond in the early 1980s when Moore announced his intention to leave the

role. And made several appearance in Murder She Wrote.

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