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Well, this is a good f-cking laugh, ain't it? You sweat that shite out of your system. 'Cause if I come back and it's still here... I'll f-cking kick it out. Okay?
~ Begbie in Renton's hallucination.

Francis "Franco" Begbie otherwise known as Jim Francis is the main antagonist of the Trainspotting franchise.

He appears as the main antagonist in Irvine Welsh's 1993 novel Trainspotting, along with its 1996 movie adaptation, the 2000 novel Porno and its loose 2017 film adaptation T2 Trainspotting and is also the secondary antagonist in its prequel novel Skagboys. He is also the titular main protagonist of the 2016 novel The Blade Artist and the teteragonist in the novel Dead Man's Trousers.

Ostensibly a friend of the main characters, he barely tolerates them and all of them fear him in return; unlike most of the group, he isn't addicted to heroin - indeed, he actively looks down on them for their chemical dependence, despite being a habitual smoker and an alcoholic. However, Begbie's real addiction is to violence, and he will gladly take any opportunity to indulge it, from picking fights at the pub to mugging unsuspecting tourists.

Brutal, pugnacious and temperamental, Begbie can easily be considered mentally unstable - one accepted by the rest of the group solely for his ability to supply them with cash.

He was portrayed by Robert Carlyle, who is known for portraying Rumpelstiltskin in Once Upon a Time, Renard in The World is Not EnoughAdolf Hitler in Hitler: The Rise of Evil, Albie Kinsella in Cracker and Durza in Eragon.

Biography

Trainspotting

Introduced alongside his friends, Mark Renton, Daniel "Spud" Murphy, Simon "Sick Boy" Williamson, and Tommy McKenzie, Francis Begbie is one of the only two members of the group not regularly indulging in drugs - the other being Tommy. However, where Tommy is the upstanding straight man of the group, Begbie is easily the most morally reprehensible of the gang next to Sick Boy. 

In his first major scene at the local pub, Begbie brags at length about beating Tommy at a game of pool and frightening off a "hard cunt" who challenged him to a fight. Tommy later reveals that Begbie is lying: at the time of the incident, he was almost too hungover to hold his cue at the time and only won (barely) because Tommy was humouring him in a desperate attempt to avoid a beating. Likewise, the challenger was really just a man eating a packet of crisps at the bar, Begbie ultimately beating the unfortunate man to within an inch of his life for eating too loudly. Back in the present, Begbie finishes his drink and tosses his pint glass over the balcony and into the crowd below, badly wounding a female bar patron; far from owning up, he uses this as an excuse to start a massive brawl.

Begbie spends much of the following scenes tagging along with the rest of the group, either picking up girls at the club, or helping the rest of the gang mug tourists for drug money. When Renton and Spud get caught shoplifting, Begbie is one of the party guests for the celebration of Renton's acquittal. Unfortunately, Spud ends up going to prison for the next six months, and when Spud's mother arrives at the pub in a state of chronic depression, Begbie goes out of his way to insult her in front of the other party guests, freely displaying his lack of empathy for anyone bar himself. Though Begbie drifts away from the group soon after, his menacing anti-drug stance weighs heavily on Renton's mind: while being forced to go "cold turkey" by his parents, Begbie features in one of his withdrawal-induced hallucinations, threatening to beat the heroin out of him if he's still on drugs by his next visit.

Several months later, Begbie is wanted by the police for robbing a jeweller's shop at gunpoint. As he later bemoans at length, he was armed with a replica and only ended up stealing worthless costume jewellery by mistake. Now a wanted man, Begbie flees Edinburgh for London and tracks down Renton, who is now working as a real estate agent and trying to start a new life free from drugs. Forcing his way into his "friend's" bedsit and refusing to leave, the fugitive soon makes himself at home as Renton's new unofficial roommate.

Unable to leave the flat for fear of being caught by the police, Begbie spends most of his time lounging in front of the television and littering the room with empty cigarette packets while continuously sending Renton out to buy more cigarettes. One day, he also has Renton place a bet on a horse race - and quite unexpectedly wins big. For once in a good mood, the two friends go out to nightclub, only for Begbie to accidentally end up seducing a transvestite, and Renton's good-natured joking only brings Franco's bad temper further into the spotlight, to the point that he actually threatens to castrate Renton if he even hints that Begbie might be gay.

Sometime afterwards, Sick Boy joins the pair in London, quickly moving in with Renton and Begbie. Unfortunately, Sick Boy is currently trying to reinvent himself as a pimp and drug dealer, and quickly becomes an even bigger nuisance than Begbie, particularly after he pawns a rented television set and attempts to steal Renton's passport for good measure. Unable to deal with Begbie's violent temper-tantrums and Sick Boy's endless get-rich-quick schemes at the same time, Renton finally sets the two of them up with a new flat altogether: a supposedly impossible-to-sell property being leased by Renton's boss, it's believed to be perfectly secure. However, when the estate agency finally finds potential buyers - and brings them to inspect the property while the two squatters are still in the flat - Begbie ends up viciously assaulting them.

This incident ultimately forces Begbie, Renton, and Sick Boy to return home to Edinburgh, both to avoid further police attention over the assault and to attend the funeral of Tommy (who had died of toxoplasmosis some time after being introduced to heroin). After being reunited with the recently-released Spud, Begbie and Sick Boy reveal a new plan to make money, and though Renton balks at the idea of returning to the lifestyle so soon after Tommy's death, Begbie makes it abundantly clear that his participation is mandatory.

One of Sick Boy's drug-dealer friends has accidentally acquired two kilos of high-quality heroin following a drunken night out with a pair of Russian sailors, and now wants it off his hands at a low price of £4,000; in turn, Sick Boy has made contact with a major drug dealer in London prepared to pay top dollar for the product. Unfortunately, Begbie is able to confirm that Renton is the only one of them with the money to buy the two kilos, press-ganging him into blowing almost all his savings on the deal. For good measure, he also forces Renton to test the purity of the heroin by shooting up.

Following a tense journey to London in which Begbie spends most of his time worrying about getting caught by the police and screaming at Sick Boy for not remembering to bring a pack of cards for the coach trip, they finally meet up with the drug dealer and are able to sell the heroin for £16,000. Briefly united by mutual joy and relief, the four of them celebrate at a pub in London and discuss their plans to split the the money between the four of them; however, Renton grows increasingly uncomfortable as he realizes that Sick Boy and Begbie are casually entertaining the idea of stealing the money for themselves.

Then, while Begbie is bringing back a round of drinks from the bar, another patron accidentally bumps into him, spilling beer down Begbie's shirt. Enraged, he attacks the man in a temper-tantrum, bashing his face against the bar and kicking him viciously in the head; Spud tries to intervene, but ends up getting his hand sliced open when Begbie draws a knife. Then, with Sick Boy insisting on leaving before the police arrive, Spud begging to go to a hospital, and an entire room full of witnesses looking on, Begbie refuses to leave until Renton brings him "a fuckin' cigarette."

The following morning, Renton comes to the conclusion that he can no longer tolerate his so-called friends or the lifestyle they have forced him back into. So, while the others are still asleep, he steals the £16,000 from Begbie and flees the hotel; however, he acknowledges that Spud never did anything wrong, and leaves £2,000 for him in a locker. Upon waking up to find the money gone, Begbie trashes the hotel room in a rage while Spud and Sick Boy hastily flee the scene; unfortunately for him, this tempter tantrum ends with the police being called to investigate, presumably resulting in his arrest.

Francis Begbie is last seen in the ruins of the hotel room, reaching for his knives and preparing to fight. Though he is likely only arrested for vandalism, sustained police attention likely results in the outstanding arrest warrant for armed robbery being discovered (and possibly his most recent assault cases as well), ensuring that Begbie will be serving a lengthy jail sentence.

T2 Trainspotting

20 years later, Francis Begbie is still in prison, serving a 25-year prison sentence for his multitude of crimes. Given his long record of unpleasant behavior, his latest appeal for early release unsurprisingly falls on deaf ears, resulting in another temper-tantrum in which he openly assaults his lawyer.

Before long, he hits upon a scheme to escape from prison, and begins planning. In a surprisingly clever move, he studies medical textbooks for injuries severe enough to be hospitalized without risking death, then has his cellmate stab him in the chest with a knitting needle; though his "attacker" gets carried away and injures Begbie a little more seriously than intended, Franco is successfully transferred to a civilian hospital for treatment. As soon as he's recovered from having his liver skewered, he tricks his police guard into leaving him unaccompanied and uncuffed, giving him the opportunity to escape. On his way out, he chances upon a doctor, who he promptly knocks out and switches clothes with, allowing him to escape without raising the alarm.

Free at last, Begbie reunites with his family and tries to recruit his son as his partner-in-crime. However, "Franco Junior" is content to study Hotel Management at college instead, and even after being press-ganged into a burglary, shows no aptitude for a life of crime, much to Begbie's disappointment. Furthermore, his attempts to sexually reconnect with his wife end up failing thanks to erectile dysfunction on Begbie's part, only fueling his bad mood even further. After several days of this, he becomes so frustrated that he moves out of the house entirely and into a warehouse owned by one of his criminal associates.

Eventually, he tracks down Sick Boy (now known by his real name, Simon), finding him running an inherited pub he hopes to transform into a sauna/brothel for his girlfriend, Veronika. After a little preamble, Simon reveals that Renton has been discovered: however, though Renton has already reconnected with him in person and is actually living in Simon's flat, the former con-artist lies to Begbie, claiming that Renton was seen in Amsterdam. Simon is now planning a long-running revenge scheme against his former friend and hoping to use Begbie against him when the time comes; in due course, he encourages Begbie to keep his head down while he sets the stage.

With nothing else to do with his time other than watch TV and drink heavily, Franco soon becomes obsessed with hunting Renton down on his own and taking revenge. Eventually driven from his safehouse by sheer boredom, he takes a large dose of viagra and makes his way to a club for a night out to let off some steam; by sheer bad luck, this happens to be the same nightclub where Simon and Renton are enjoying themselves. After the viagra fails to kick in soon enough for him to enjoy some female company, Begbie storms off to the restroom for another dose - where he ends up taking the stall right next to Renton. When Begbie accidentally drops the pill packet on the floor, Renton passes it back to him after some good-natured joshing on his part and some less-than-good-natured threats on his neighbor's part... and in the pause that follows, the two belatedly recognize each other.

Renton has barely enough time to open the door and flee for his life before Begbie chases after him: leaving the club at speed, he leads his former friend on a frantic chase across Edinburgh, eventually ending up at a multi-story carpark. After an attempt at hiding among the cars fails due to an inappropriately-timed call from Simon, Renton manages to escape by leaping onto the roof of a departing car, though Begbie manages to slash his arm open on the way out of the carpark. Already exhausted from the chase, Begbie's pursuit is further delayed when, in an amusing twist, the viagra finally kicks in.

No longer trusting Simon and running low on options for finding Renton again, Begbie decides to pay a visit to Spud; by this time, the newly-reformed addict has been employed as a contractor in the efforts to transform the pub into a brothel, and is now doing his best to remain heroin-free by channeling his energies into writing down his stories of the good old days. Consequently, Begbie arrives to find the flat wall covered in notes, and his initial plan of demanding information from Spud is put on hold as he investigates them; initially mocking Spud for his new hobby, believing that nobody will ever read or care about such anecdotes, he becomes increasingly concerned when the he realizes that he might have made an appearance in one of them.

He then challenges the terrified Spud to read one of his stories; he obediently reads through, almost overwhelmed with horror when he ends up narrating an incident in which Begbie pissed himself at the Edinburgh Festival. Far from being angry, however, Begbie is genuinely amused and encourages Spud to read on, growing increasingly enamored with the story as he relives the glory days of his youth, even unconsciously re-enacting some of the scenes. However, the meeting turns sour when the topic of the drug deal comes up and Begbie learns that Renton left money for him. Fortunately, he is distracted when Veronika arrives at the flat; unfortunately, he takes this as an opportunity to steal her phone, sending texts to both Renton and Simon asking them to meet up at Simon's pub at midnight.

However, as Spud and Veronika flee in terror, Begbie decides to read one more of the stories left behind: it discusses an incident in which the Renton, Begbie, and Spud were loitering around a condemned train station, only to bump into an old wino who mocked them for "trainspotting"; for once, Begbie was unable to retaliate in any way, seeming sad and uncomfortable throughout the confrontation. The story ends with Spud realizing the drunkard was actually Begbie's father.

Shaken by the memory, Begbie returns home one last time to tell his family that they will not see him again for a long while and wishes his son luck in life, expressing the belief that he will be a greater man than either his father or his grandfather, and then departs.

Although Spud tries to warn the two of them in advance, Begbie confronts Renton and Simon in the pub, knocking Simon out for protecting Renton. He then chases Renton throughout the pub, at one point trapping him inside a half-finished room where safe from Begbie for a moment, Renton reminds him of their first meeting in primary school, where he was made to sit next to Begbie. This only serves to fuel Begbie's anger, as he was older at the time, being forced to repeat a year. He bitterly berates Renton for being one of the clever ones who could get ahead in life whilst he had to take what he could with his fists, then crashes into the room with a sledgehammer.

Renton finally escapes onto the roof, where Begbie throws him down into the half-finished ceiling below. Renton's throat gets caught on a wire, hanging him, and Begbie bear-hugs Renton, trying to make him strangle to death. However, Simon runs to Renton's rescue, covering Begbie with pepper spray. Begbie, by now all but insane, prepares to shoot them both with a shotgun, but Spud knocks Begbie unconscious with a toilet bowl. Afterward, they lock him (unconscious) in the boot of a car and park it outside HMP Edinburgh, the prison he broke out of previously, waiting for the police to find him and send back to prison.

Personality

Begbie was a violence-addicted, sadistic and brutal maniac who loved nothing more than causing commotion and hurting people for no apparent reason. On top of this he was an extremely wrathful individual and would often times brutally beat and even stab someone who he deemed as either insulting him or annoying him. Begbie was also eager to impress those around him and often twisted the truth about certain stories to make himself seem grander and tougher. He was also a fairly pretentious man who looked down on his friends for their drug addiction and saw himself as superior for not putting heroin in his body.

Begbie did have a soft side however; his family. Begbie didn't view his dad with much respect as he was an old drunk who barely even saw him and decided that the last thing he wanted to do before getting vengeance on Renton was make amends with his estranged son and wife.

Appearance

In his prime Begbie was a tall, handsome, lean man with long slicked black dark brown hair and a full thick mustache. Often times Begbie preferred to wear jumpers of geometric design above other clothes and often wore simple trousers and shoes alongside these. On special occasions and on the heroin deal Begbie wore a grey suit with a pink shirt and black tie.

As he got older and after spending twenty years in jail Begbie became significantly more muscular and had a more threatening and imposing look. His hair was greying and much shorter than it was in his youth however his moustache remained the same, his face also looked far more hardened and tired than it once had and he had a few missing teeth. Throughout his time in jail Begbie was forced to wear a green prisoner's uniform but after escaping he stole a doctor's clothes as a disguise before taking several items from his own home to wear; including a black jumper with geometric patterns in the middle, a black bomber jacket, greyish black jeans and black shoes. He also wore a sunhat and shades to disguise himself when out in public after his escape.

Quotes

Picture the scene: The other f**king week there, down the f**kin' Volley with Tommy, playing pool. I'm playing like Paul-F**king'-Newman by the way. Givin' the boy here the tannin' of a lifetime. So it comes to the, down to the last shot, the deciding ball of the whole tournament. I'm on the black and he's sittin' in the corner looking all f**king biscuit-arsed. When this hard c**t comes in. Obviously f**kin' fancies himself, like. Starts staring at me. Lookin' at me, right f**kin' at me, as if to say, "Come ahead, square go." You ken me, I'm not the type of c**t that goes looking for' bother, like, but at the end of the day I'm the c--t with a pool cue and he can get the fat end in his puss any time he f**king wanted like. So I squares up, casual like. What does the hard c--t do? Or the so-called hard c**t? Sh**s it. Puts down his drink, turns, and gets the f**k out of there. And after that, well, the game was mine.
~ Begbie bragging about his version of a game of pool story.
Begbie: Nobody movie! That lassie got glassed, and no c**t leaves here till we find out what c**t did it!
Man in the pub: Who the f**k are you?!
Begbie: Yeeeeeesss!!
~ Begbie before breaking out a fight in the pub.
F**king listen to me you piece of junkie s**t. A joke's a f**king joke, you mention that again I'll cut you up!
~ Begbie threatening Renton.
Begbie: You bring the cards?
Sick Boy: What?
Begbie: The cards, the last thing I told you was to mind the cards.
Sick Boy: Well I've no brought them.
Begbie: Get's f**king boring after a while without the cards.
Sick Boy: Well I'm sorry.
Begbie: F**king late like.
Sick: Why didn't you bring them?
Begbie: Cause I f**king told you to bring them ya doss c**t!
~ Begbie losing his temper after Sick Boy forgot to bring cards onto the coach.
WHO'S THE F**ING SMART C**T NOW?!
~ Begbie's final words during his villainous breakdown in T2 before being knocked out.

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Trivia

  • Trainspotting's director Danny Boyle originally wanted Christopher Eccleston to play Begbie. However Eccleston was unable to take the role as he was filming the series Our Friends in the North.

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Buzz Buzzard | Red Claw | Screech and Thud | Bloodwolf | Morgana | Gunmar | Angor Rot | Bular | Stricklander | Nomura | NotEnrique | Queen Usurna | Dictatious Maximus Galadrigal | General Morando | Zeron Alpha | Colonel Kubritz | Gaylen | Cleve Kelso | SH1FT3R (Shashi Dhar & Layla Gray) | Rafaela Moreno | Mitsuo Mori | Moray | General Dudley | DANN | King Arthur | Mantah Corp (Daniel Kon & Kash D. Langford) | Eddie | Mitch & Tiff | Hawkes | Reed

Video Games
Alejandro Sosa

See Also
9 Villains | Aardman Villains | Alfred Hitchcock Villains | Amblin Entertainment Villains | Back to the Future Villains | Barbie Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | Casper the Friendly Ghost Villains | Child's Play Villains | Cooties Villains | Cornetto Trilogy Villains | Despicable Me Villains | Doom Villains | Doctor Who Villains | Dracula Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Dr. Seuss Villains | Eastrail 177 Trilogy Villains | Farrelly Brothers Villains | Fast and the Furious Villains | Frankenstein Villains | Get Out Villains | Halloween Villains | Halloween Horror Nights Villains | Hannibal Villains | Hellboy Villains | House MD Villains | How to Train Your Dragon Villains | Howard the Duck Villains | Hulk Villains | Illumination Villains | ImageMovers Villains | Jason Bourne Villains | Johnny English Villains | Jurassic Park Villains | Kick-Ass Villains | King Kong Villains | Kung Fu Panda Villains | Laika Villains | Law & Order Villains | League of Gentlemen Villains | Legendary Entertainment Villains | Madagascar Villains | Mario Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Villains | New Line Cinema Villains | Pacific Rim Villains | PBS Kids Villains | Rankin/Bass Villains | Ridley Scott Villains | Scarface Villains | Scott Pilgrim Villains | She-Ra 2018 Villains | Shrek Villains | Sing Villains | Small Soldiers Villains | Snow White Villains | Studiocanal Villains | Syfy Villains | Tales of Arcadia Villains | Tarantinoverse Villains | The Addams Family Villains | The Boss Baby Villains | The Dark Crystal Villains | The Invisible Man Villains | The Mummy Villains | The Nut Job Villains | The Office Villains | The Purge Villains | The Secret Life of Pets Villains | Trainspotting Villains | Tim Burton Villains | Turbo Villains | Us Villains | VeggieTales Villains | Wallace and Gromit Villains | Warcraft Villains | Woody Woodpecker Villains

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Animated Features
Poachers | Seagulls | Metamorphosis | King Mighty One-Eye | One-Eyes (Zigzag & Phido) | El Supremo | Messina | Izabella Scorpio | Conrad Cuppman | Lady Eboshi | Jigo | King Mole | Tybalt | Fawn | Terrafirminator

Live-Action Films
Hiroshi Suzuki | Mantis | Cosia | Partha | Skipper | Cropsy | Frank Cotton | Cenobites (Pinhead) | Julia Cotton | Puzzle Guardian | Albert Spica | Stepfather | SSS9 | Bio-Major (Michael Low & John Lee) | Biollante | SpaceGodzilla | Godzilla | Joe Cabot | Mr. Blonde | Eddie Cabot | Mr. White | Mr. Pink | Mr. Blue | Mr. Brown | Marsellus Wallace | Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield | Zed | Maynard | Pumpkin | Yolanda | Mark Renton | Francis Begbie | Sick Boy | Billy Loomis | Roxie Hart | Billy Flynn | Velma Kelly | Fred Casely | Cook County Jail inmates | Bill Cutting | Boss Tweed | Deadly Viper Assassination Squad | Bill | Elle Driver | Budd | Vernita Green | O-Ren Ishii | Sofie Fatale | Crazy 88 | Johnny Mo | Gogo Yubari | Buck | Esteban Vihaio | Matsumoto | Toymaker | Sir Edgar | Heston | Mr. Electric | Minus | Michael Myers | Dr. Ranbir Sartain

See Also
Blumhouse Productions Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | Dimension Films Villains | From Dusk Till Dawn Villains | Feature Films For Families Villains | Godzilla Villains | Hellraiser Villains | Kill Bill Villains | King Kong Villains | Legends | Paramount Villains | Sin City Villains | Sony Pictures Villains | Tarantinoverse Villains | Trainspotting Villains

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Animated Features
Wicked Wazir | Grifter the Ringmaster | Snivley | Mugger | Green Goose | Tanya Malachite | Ali and Bobo | Madame Hecuba | Tulip | Loc-Nar | The Girl | The Queen | Captain Lincoln F. Sternn | Dark Heart | Marvin McNasty | Lumpy and Bones | Rothbart | Bridget | Alligators | Eva Friedal | Tyler | Lambert | Odin | The Crystal | Boyd | Monty | Rock Holmes | Duke Red | Vincent Volaju | Dr. Edward Steam | Sephiroth | Remnants of Sephiroth (Kadaj) | Rufus Shinra | The Beast | Constance Nebbercracker | Seijiro Inui | Shaw | Tank Evans | Frederic Downing | Curtis Miller | Ron Davis | Fifi | Mayor Shelbourne | General Grawl | Professor Kipple | Doug | Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine | Allan | Tom | Pedro | Falcon | Aristides Silk | Red Rackham | Queen Victoria | Black Bellamy | Budzo | Cecil | Arachnids | Quasimodo Wilson | Esmeralda | Ada Wong | Svetlana Belikova | Unidentified Tyrant series | Lickers | Ezekiel Stane | Chester V | Live Corp (Chester V's Holograms & Barb) | Punisher | Black Widow | Leviathan (Orion) | Cain | Bela | Bat Cronies | Ed and Edna | King Leonard Mudbeard | Green Pigs (Ross, Foreman Pig, Chef Pig & Corporal Pig) | Titus Drautos | Ardyn Izunia | Somnus Lucis Caelum | Douche | Gargamel (2017) | Azrael (2017) | Monty | Akihiko Kayaba | Glenn Arias | Diego Gomez | Maria Gomez | A-Virus | Zombies | Smiler | Anti-Virus Bots | Hunter | King Herod | Thaddeus and Rufus | Abraham Van Helsing | Ericka Van Helsing | Wolfram | Swordkil | Daigo | Nobu | All For One | Kingpin | Doctor Octopus | Prowler | Green Goblin | Scorpion | Tombstone | Vanessa Fisk | Richard Fisk | Zeta | Debbie | Glenn | Brad | Axel | Carl | Jerry | Kira | Hank | Nine | Slice | Mummy | Chimera | League of Villains (Tomura Shigaraki) | Ilvira | Gingerbread guards | Baba Yaga | Kolobok | Enmu | Akaza | PAL Labs (PAL, PAL Max, Glaxxon 5000 & PAL Max Prime) | Pockets | Lutador | Lapin | Barry | Pigmies | Luther | Hamsters

Live-Action Films
Wilhelm Tanz | Colonel Sandauer | French Taunter | Bridge Keeper | Rabbit of Caerbannog | Knights Who Say Ni | Three-Headed Giant | Black Beast of Argh | Black Knight | The Animator | Unidentified Knight | Travis Bickle | John Neville | Judge Fleming | Miss Hannigan | Rooster and Lily St. Regis | Reginald Dyer | Nathuram Godse | Christine | John Kreese | Cobra Kai (Johnny Lawrence, Dutch, Bobby Brown, Tommy & Jimmy) | Gozer | Stay Puft Marshmallow Man | Terror Dogs (Zuul & Vinz Clortho) | Library Ghost | Murray Plotsky | Central Park Thief | Billy Chapman | Mother Superior | Killer Santa | Ricky Chapman | Lieutenant Colonel Podovsky | Marshall Murdock | Sergeant Yushin | Captain Vinh | Lieutenant Tay | River Pirates (Trong Kinh) | Lifer | Ericson | Jerry Dandridge | Billy Cole | Evil Ed | John Ryder | Jareth | Goblin Army | Chozen Toguchi | Sato Toguchi | Toshio & Taro | Felice Dunbar | The Blob | Dr. Meddows | Regine Dandrige | Colonel Zaysen | Sergeant Kourov | Tomask | Shop Assistant | Terry Silver | Mike Barnes | Snake | Dennis | Vigo | Janosz Poha | Scoleri Brothers | Jack Merridew | Roger | Vilos Cohaagen (1990) | Mars Colony Security Force (Carl Hauser, Richter, Lori, Helm, Everett, Benny & Harry) | Dr. Edgemar | Annie Wilkes | Raymond Zhang | Nigel Griffith | Moon | Kara | Luis Cali | Jack Thrope | Carlos | Ruiz | Jorge | T-1000 | Douglas | Skynet | Abigail Craven | Tully Alford | James Hook (1991) | Mr. Smee (1991) | Catherine Tramell | Luc Deveraux | Andrew Scott | Colonel Nathan R. Jessup | Jonathan Kendrick | Matthew Markinson | Eric Qualen | Richard Travers | Kynette | Delmar | Kristel | Ryan | Heldon | Mike | Ray | Mitch Leary | Leland Gaunt | John "Ace" Merrill | Jed Hill | Koga | Ishikawa | Glam | Vinnie | Slam | Darren | Gerald Thomas | Stewart Swinton | Colonel Dugan | Ned Randall | Charlie | Gabe | Morgan | Bogs Diamond | Byron Hadley | Elmo Blatch | Samuel Norton | Sisters | Jack Harding | J.J. | Jimmy | Eddy | Joe St. George | Fouchet | Casper | Ferguson | Prince Malagant | Ralf | Iago | Roderigo | Van Pelt | Dracula | Mark Cordell | Cable Guy | Agatha Trunchbull | Harry Wormwood | Byron De La Beckwith | King Claudius | Zorg Industries (Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg & Right Arm) | Mangalores | Ultimate Evil | Edgar the Bug | Egor Korshunov | Andrei Kolchak | Vladimir Krasin | Agent Gibbs | Boris Bazylev | Sergei Lenski | Igor Nevsky | Ivan Radek | Arachnids | Mary Ann Rogers | Lothar Zogg | C.J. | Carl | Buelow | Zed | Klaus | Lars | Eric | Zilla | Baby Zilla | Don Rafael Montero | Harrison Love | K. Edgar Singer | Huxley | Bill the Bug | Pesties | Alley Cats (Smokey, Monty, Lucky, Red & Unnamed Gray Cat) | Snowbell | S.E.T.H. | Deacon | William Tavington | Eric Knox | Vivian Wood | Altaaf Khan | Hilal Kohistani | Judith Fessbeggler | Genus | General Granger | Russell Woodman | Green Goblin | Dennis Carradine | Harry Osborn | J. Jonah Jameson | Falcon | Chuck Cedar | Mac McGrath | Serleena | Scrad & Charlie | Jarra | Dog Poop | Corn Face | Pineal Eye | Mosh Tendrils | Flesh Balls | Jeff | Creepy | Kylothians | Devlin Bowman | Alistair Pratt | Jeannine Richardson | Rachel Wright | Arnold Gundars | Zhu Tam | Colonel Idris Sadick | Commander Terwaze | Fulani Rebels | Gwyneth Harridan | Jenny | Bruce | T-X | T-1 | Johnny Tapia | James Hook (2003) | Mr. Smee (2003) | Don Price | Grigori Rasputin | Karl Ruprecht Kroenen | Ilsa Von Haupstein | Sammael | Ogdru-Jahad (Behemoth) | Punisher | Howard Saint | Quentin Glass | Livia Saint | John Saint | The Russian | Harry Heck | Mickey Duka | Warren Vandergeld | Vandergeld Sisters | Heath and Russ | Doctor Octopus | Kayako Saeki | Toshio Saeki | Takeo Saeki | Brother Sum | The Beast | The Harpists | Big Al | Boogeyman | Warden Hazen | Mr. Electric | Minus | Count Armand | Jacob McGivens | Zorgons | Robot | Hatsumomo | Jerry McDowell | Calvin Sims | Mr. Walken | Rosco | Bruno | Concussion | Aubrey Davis | Mrs. Kawamata | Vanessa Cassidy | Trish Kimble | Venom | Sandman | Jigsaw | James Russoti | Carmine Gazzera | Ink | Maginty | Lance Warner | Camp Canola (Robert Jeffrey Warner) | Fatoush | Grant Walbridge | Salim Yousfobdal | Derek Huff | Ted Jones | Budlofsky | Matheson | Carol Brazier | Carl Anheuser | Veck Simms | James Kent | The Tornado | T-RIP | Serena Kogan | Koobus Venter | Piet Smit | Obesandjo | Ted Winter | Master Li | Cheng | Liang | Roger Wesley | David Ershon | Benjamin Chudnofsky | Frank Scanlon | Shane | Gargamel (2011) | Azrael (2011) | Boris the Animal | Weasel | Lilly | Obadiah Price | Mr. Wu | Boglodites | Martin Vanger | Gottfried Vanger | Vilos Cohaagen (2012) | United Federation of Britain (Carl Hauser, Lori, Harry & Police Synthetics) | Lizard | Gustav Fiers | Cash Register Thief | Norman Osborn | Satan | Danny McBride | Jonah Hill | Demons | Ursa | Skrel | Eli Raphelson | Martin Walker | Emil Stenz | Skip Tyler | Muriel Walker | Frat boy Andy | Vexy and Hackus | Electro | Green Goblin | Donald Menken | Rhino | Ashley Kafka | Felicia Hardy | Vladimir Pushkin | Nicolai Itchenko | Slavi | Agent Kruger | Jessica Delacourt | John Carlyle | Guy Danlily | Miss Hannigan | Annie's Fake Parents | Jungler | Vincent Moore | Hippo | Amerika | Ninja | Yolandi | Vincent Sofel | Donkey Kong | Pac-Man | Eddie Plant | Lady Lisa | Slappy the Dummy | Monsters (Giant Praying Mantis, Will Blake, Lawn Gnomes, Madame Doom, Brent Green, Haunted Car, Count Nightwing, The Haunted Mask, Igor, Headless Horseman, Nila Rahmad, Grim Reaper & Bride of Frankenstein) | Norman Nordstrom | Rowan North | Mayhem | Martin Heiss | Electrocuted Ghost | Gertrude Aldridge | Bartholomew Bogue | McCann | Denali | Francis Begbie | Sick Boy | Bestman Salvage (Vulture, Tinkerer, Shocker #1, Shocker #2 & Randy Vale) | Mac Gargan | Aaron Davis | Jason Van Horn | Doc | Darling | Bats | Eddie No-Nose | Griff | Wallace Corporation (Niander Wallace & Luv) | Russel Van Pelt | Tommy Madigan | Dave York | Thomas McGregor | Mr. McGregor | Mrs. McGregor | James Tod | Slender Man | Eddie Brock/Venom | Carlton Drake/Riot | Life Foundation (Roland Treece) | Cletus Kasady | High-T | The Twins | Riza Stavros | Luca Brasi | The Hive | Mysterio's Crew (Mysterio, William Ginter Riva, Victoria Snow, Gutes Guterman, Janice Lincoln, & Doug) | Elementals (Molten Man, Hydro-Man, Sandman, Cyclone & Elemental Fusion) | John Bosley | Hodak | Alexander Brock | Jurgen the Brutal | Fiona Landers | Melinda Landers | Sam Landers | Isabel Aretas | Armando Armas | Melanie Cole | Dr. Emil Harting | Jimmy Dalton | Marcus Tibbs | Barnabas | Samuel Whiskers | Tom Kitten | Mitten | Raylan | Carnage | Shriek | Kasady Family | Ivo Shandor | Braddock | Santiago Moncada | Michael Morbius | Milo Morbius

See Also
007 Villains | Aardman Villains | Amblin Entertainment Villains | Angry Birds Villains | Bad Boys Villains | Blade Runner Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | Castle Rock Entertainment Villains | Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Villains | Cowboy Bebop Villains | Community Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Final Fantasy Villains | Fright Night Villains | Ghostbusters Villains | Ghost Rider Villains | Godzilla Villains | Goosebumps Villains | Hellboy Villains | Hotel Transylvania Villains | Jackie Chan Adventures Villains | Jerry Bruckheimer Villains | Jumanji Villains | Karate Kid Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Men in Black Villains | Morbius: The Living Vampire Villains | Muppet Villains | Netflix Villains | New Line Cinema Villains | Punisher Villains | Paramount Villains | Rambo Villains | Resident Evil Villains | Ridley Scott Villains | Robocop Villains | Sony's Spider-Man Universe Villains | Spider-Man Villains | Steven Spielberg Villains | Stuart Little Villains | Syfy Villains | Stephen King Villains | Terminator Villains | The Boondocks Villains | The Boys Villains | The Dark Crystal Villains | The Grudge Villains | Total Recall Villains | Trainspotting Villains | Tim Burton Villains | Underworld Villains | Universal Soldier Villains | Venom Villlains | Village Roadshow Pictures Villains | Warner Bros. Villains | XXX Villains

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Protagonists
Mark Renton | Sick Boy | Bruce Robertson | Ray Lennox

Main Antagonists
Francis Begbie | Charles Morrison | Ghostie Gorman | Mr. Confectioner

Supporting Villains
Swanney | Lexo Setterington | Raymond Airlie | Mikey Forrester | Bob Toal

Other
Bruce's Tapeworm | Gorman's Gang | London Police Force

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