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He would do ANYTHING, to keep control of the family business, Ewing Oil. A female villain is sometimes called a villainess or "bad girl". Richard Hillman (played by Brian Capron) wasn't about to let anything - or anyone - stand in his way. She only married haulage boss Frank Tate, right, to get her hands on his money and regularly cheated on him. The latest headlines in your inbox twice a day Monday - Friday plus breaking news updates, Register with your social account or click here to log in, True: Martin Kemp (top) played the smooth talking and devious villain Steve Owen in BBC soap Eastenders, Oil magnet: JR (Larry Hagman) from BBC's Dallas was one of television's biggest all time baddies, Nasty: Chris Tate (right), played by Peter Amory, from ITV's Emmerdale is still one of television's most evil characters, Gangster: Barry Grant (right), played by Paul Usher was the biggest baddie ever to enter Channel 4's Brookside, Murderous: Coronation Street's Richard Hillman (Brian Capron) is slowly becoming the most cunning and devious killer ever to grace television, Pure evil: Trevor Morgan terrorised Little Mo, What a bitch: Joan Collins played Alexis in Dynasty. What do you think, fans? Problem was he was a control freak who'd driven his first wife to commit suicide through his obsessive behaviour and dictatorial ways. During his three years on the show, Warren cheated, blackmailed and killed anyone foolish enough to get in his way. But a year later, she was behind bars for the murder of her brother Terence - even though the crime was committed by her husband, Adam. But she just couldn't stay out of trouble and in April she ran over and killed Danielle Jones. JANINE BUTCHER - EASTENDERSShe started out as an irritating little madam, but graduated quickly from brattish schoolgirl to double killer - and along the way, Janine became a character everyone loves to hate. Let Thomas and Sally put their design skills to use. In 2005, when Shelly fell overboard while on a ferry, Steph did nothing to help.
He won three Villain Of The Year gongs at the British Soap Awards. Janine (played by Charlie Brooks) was later tried - but cleared - of the murder of long-term rival Laura Beale. And all to stop Sue spilling the beans to Terry about her and Baz's affair.
Gangster: Barry Grant (right), played by Paul Usher was the biggest baddie ever to enter Channel 4's Brookside. While it's far too early to say for sure, we look at how things are shaping up, 'My girlfriend has sex with other men for cash - but there are surprising benefits', EXCLUSIVE: Crystal admits that dating is difficult as people find it hard to deal with her career choice - but reckons she's "found a keeper" with her boyfriend of 11 years, Can I go to the dentist in lockdown? He also offed gangster Callum Finnegan by locking him in a container in the 1997 spin-off The Lost Weekend. A villainis an "evil" character in a story, whether a historical narrative or, especially, a work of fiction. Not long after setting up his blackboard in 1998, Graham (played by Kevin Pallister) set about seducing unlucky-in-love Rachel Hughes. Steph (played by Lorraine Chase) soon earned a reputation in Hotten as a shrewd businesswoman.