I am part of one of the biggest advertising company's in the country. Dancer, Prancer, Blitzen, and Fink.
~ Boris Badenov trying to trick Rocky and Bullwinkle.
Boris Badenov is a recurring antagonist in The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, the titular main character of the 1992 film Boris and Natasha, and one of the two secondary antagonists of the 2000 film The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.
He was voiced by the late Paul Frees in the TV series, Ben Diskin in 2018 reboot, and portrayed by Jason Alexander in the 2000 film.
Boris and his fellow evil spy, Natasha Fatale, are the archenemies of Rocky and Bullwinkle. They both speak with a Russian accent and worked for Fearless Leader. Boris, like many comical cartoon villains, would often create elaborate schemes and traps for his foes, but they would always backfire. He has a black outfit, a fedora and a small mustache.
Boris enjoys light reading; his favorite book is an anthology of fiendish plans called the Fireside Crook Book. He is also a charter member of the Van Gogh Society, a club whose members collect human ears.
Boris attended USC (University of Safe-cracking) and received his scoundrelship with magna cum louse. Boris's name is a pun on a historical character, a Russian Tsar, later the subject of a famous play and opera named Boris Godunov.
A running gag of the Bullwinkle series is that the heroes never seem to recognize the villains, no matter how many times they met, and that the flimsiest disguises used by Boris and Natasha would fool them entirely. The villains often also met with undignified, painful fates as the adventures ended.
Boris Badenov's Evil Grin
Live-Action Boris played by Jason Alexander
Boris with Fearless Leader and Natasha in The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.
Boris Badenov, as he appears in the CGI-animated Rocky and Bullwinkle short
Dave Thomas and Sally Kellerman as Boris and Natasha, respectively.