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Drama Best of 2004
Celebrating the year in television drama.

Best Villain

5 | 4 | 3 | 2 | 1

Best of 2003 results »
Best of 2002 results »

20 to 6:

=19:

Tracy Barlow [Coronation Street]

Finn Bevan [Cutting It]

Adrian Marr [Blackpool]

Nina Myers [24]

Steph Stokes [Emmerdale]

(0.62%)


=17:

Karl Ackerman [Casualty]

Charlie Stubbs [Coronation Street]

(0.82%)


16:

John Thornton [North and South]

(1.03%)


15:

Roger Hurley [Bodies]

(1.23%)


14:

Dennis Rickman [EastEnders]

(1.44%)


13:

Ellen Zitek [Casualty]

(1.85%)


12:

Hannah Thornton [North and South]

(2.06%)


=10:

Izzy Hoyland [Neighbours]

Gabriel Kent [The Bill]

(2.26%)


=8:

Mia Bevan [Cutting It]

Harry Starks [The Long Firm]

(2.47%)


=6:

Janine Evans [EastEnders]

Harry Starks [He Knew He Was Right]

(3.29%)


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Oliver Mace (Tim McInnerny) 5: Oliver Mace
[Spooks] (4.73%)


Your Comments

"I don't think this series has been as good as previously, but Oliver Mace is a very creepy villain."
Sophie, Cambridge




4: Ripley Holden
[Blackpool] (5.56%)


Your Comments

"A wonderful performance of a man who manages to screw his life up and gets his comeuppance."
Pamela Bellward, Lowestoft

"Strange that such a vile character should be so oddly compelling - even sympathetic at times! Kudos to David Morrissey!"
Alexandra Slater, Derbyshire




Ripley Holden (David Morrissey)
Maya Sharma (Sasha Behar) 3: Maya Sharma
[Coronation Street] (5.97%)


Your Comments

"Maya brought Coronation Street to life. She was always lurking in the background somewhere and you knew that things were going to take a turn for the worst. A great baddie! Something tells me that we have not seen the last of her."
Lynn, Northumberland

"What a crazy obsessed woman."
Christine, Worcestershire

"Sasha Behar - wow she knows how to portray raving looney psycho!! Excellent viewing."
Karen, Liverpool




2: Andy Hunter
[EastEnders] (17.28%)


Your Comments

"Conning Peggy Mitchell?! Andy must have some charm for Peggy not to notice his scams. His disgraceful treatment of Alfie, Kat and Sam is just despicable. Great stuff!"
Miriam Beber, London

"A truly nasty man, who delighted in destroying Kat & Alfie's marriage, and who married Sam, but clearly does not car for her."
Noleen Maguire, Belfast

"Personnally I think he's just plain cruel, and a lot of things he does are too elborate. But you've got to hand it to Micheal Higgs - he plays him very well."
Emily, Gloucester

"He just keeps getting more menacing with each episode. EastEnders has found itself a truly cruel, sly and mobbish villain."
Liz Mitchell, Hertforshire




Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs)
Den Watts (Leslie Grantham) 1: Den Watts
[EastEnders] (18.31%)


Your Comments

"The original and best bad boy." Karen Muir, Edinburgh

"His affair with Kate and the way her waltzes around the Square makes him the ultimate baddie."
Louise, Highgate

"I think that Den is the best villain because he has slick ways of telling people lies and getting away with it all the time. Everything that seems to come out of his mouth is a lie!"
Charlotte Gilbert, England, Lincolnshire

"No-one can beat Den for nastiness."
Hazel, Ireland

"The eternal baddie!"
Cath, Suffolk


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