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The Staggering Number Of Villains You Probably Didn't Know Mark Hamill Voiced

Few people have had as big an impact on popular culture as Mark Hamill. The actor is known throughout the world for his performance as Luke Skywalker in the original "Star Wars" trilogy. He has since gone on to reprise the role in everything from video games to "The Mandalorian." But while Luke may be the role that Hamill is most famous for, that doesn't mean that he hasn't branched out in his almost five decades in showbusiness.

Outside of "Star Wars," Hamill is perhaps best known for his work as a voice actor. Although he continues to be cast in live action roles, he has established himself as one of the best voiceover artists in the world. In contrast to Luke Skywalker, the actor has shown a tendency to portray villains rather than heroic characters.

Over the years, Hamill has appeared in hundreds of animated series, video games, and movies, amassing a huge collection of credits — just check out his extensive IMDb profile. Many of those projects found him playing evil henchmen, powerful antagonists, and creepy supervillains. In fact, you might not believe just how many bad guys Mark Hamill has portrayed over the years.

The Joker in the DC Animated Universe

Hamill first took on the role of the Joker in 1992 when he voiced the infamous villain in "Batman: The Animated Series." The part was originally due to go to Tim Curry but he was replaced after recording for four episodes (with conflicting views on exactly why this was) by Hamill (per ScreenRant). He has since made the character his own and is widely viewed as one of the best versions of the Joker across all forms of media.

After portraying the villain for 14 episodes of the hit animated series, he reprised the role in a number of other DC cartoons, such as "The New Batman Adventures" and "Superman: The Animated Series." He has since gone on to play the Joker in animated films like "Batman: The Killing Joke," as well as numerous video games. Notably, the actor voiced the Joker in "Batman: Arkham Asylum" and its sequels to critical acclaim. He has such an affinity for the character that Hamill has even confirmed that he has even voiced toys, despite the lack of exposure and compensation offered (per IGN).

The Trickster in various DC projects

The first time that Hamill portrayed the Trickster was in the 1990 live-action TV series "The Flash." Here he had multi-colored hair rather than the traditional blonde seen in the comics, and stood out due to his distinctive laugh. He would later reprise his part as a voice role in the 2004 series "Justice League Unlimited" and an episode of "Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?" Hamill has also provided the voice of the villain in a number of LEGO video games and straight-to-DVD films.

One of his more recent portrayals of the character saw an animated version of the Trickster team up with the Joker to kidnap a fictionalized version of Hamill in "Justice League Action" (via We Got This Covered). He also appeared in three episodes of the new live-action "The Flash" series that premiered on The CW in 2014. It was essentially a continuation of his performance on the 1990 TV show, playing the James Jesse incarnation of the character.

Darth Bane on The Clone Wars

While the "Star Wars" prequel trilogy remains controversial among fans, there were certainly some good things that came out of them. One of these was the animated television series "The Clone Wars," which ran from 2008 until 2020 across a total of seven seasons. It followed the events of the war between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems.

Few people have had such as big an impact on the world of "Star Wars" as Mark Hamill. As a talented voice actor and someone known for portraying villains of all sorts, he was a natural choice when the team behind "The Clone Wars" needed someone to portray the ancient Sith Lord known as Darth Bane.

The legendary Sith Lord was responsible for enacting the "Rule of Two" and leading a resurgence of the Sith after they were almost entirely wiped out by the Jedi thousands of years before the events of the Skywalker Saga movies. Yoda interacts with the ghost of Darth Bane in a 2014 episode, earning Hamill an Emmy nomination (much to his own surprise, as he told GQ). 

Skeletor on Masters of the Universe: Revelation

"Masters of the Universe: Revelation" arrived on Netflix from creator Kevin Smith in 2021, bringing back the characters from the original "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe." Acting as a sequel to that series, it attempts to conclude the story and provide answers to plotlines that were left open in the '80s cartoon. The series was released in two parts, with the first five episodes dropping in July 2010 and the second set of five episodes coming in November of the same year.

While the show received widespread critical acclaim, with an approval rating of 92% on Rotten Tomatoes, it did cause some controversy with fans. Smith and the rest of the creative team had decided that "Masters of the Universe: Revelation" would essentially be a continuation of the cartoon for an adult audience, upping the stakes and allowing for characters to properly battle and even die. This put off some viewers and fans review-bombed the series (per Variety)

When it came to voicing He-Man's arch-nemesis Skeletor, Hamill was the man chosen for the job. Even with some of the criticism the show received, Hamill's performance was praised and the actor has even hinted that a second season could be on the way (via Bleeding Cool). He's joined by the likes of Chris Wood, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Liam Cunningham, and Lena Headey in the main cast.

Chucky in Child's Play

In 2019, a reboot of the 1988 film "Child's Play" arrived. This new version starred Aubrey Plaza, Gabriel Bateman, and Brian Tyree Henry, with Hamill providing the voice for the murderous toy Chucky. The actor took the place of original performer Brad Dourif (who continues playing Chucky on the Syfy TV series that picks up where the original movies left off). It went on to receive mixed reviews from critics but grossed $45 million at the box office against a budget of $10 million.

Although Hamill accepted the part pretty quickly after being approached by director Lars Klevberg, he admitted to feeling a sense of dread about voicing such a famous and important character (via Den of Geek). Speaking in a press conference to promote the movie, he said, "I felt intimidation like I hadn't felt since I did the Joker."

The Scientist on The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance

Released in 2019, "The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance" is a prequel to Jim Henson's cult classic film "The Dark Crystal." The Netflix series gives more information about the fantasy world of Thra and the events leading to the 1982 movie. It primarily focuses on three Gelflings who attempt to start a rebellion after discovering exactly how the Skeksis came to power, and how they could eventually wipe out the Gelfling race.

The 10 episodes included the voice talents of Taron Egerton, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nathalie Emmanuel, Shazad Latif, Jason Isaacs, Simon Pegg, Benedict Wong, and Helena Bonham Carter. Despite receiving widespread critical acclaim, Netflix canceled the show after just one season, leaving the story without a clear ending.

Hamill voiced the Scientist, a character otherwise known as skekTek. A twisted being, he was disliked by even his own kind but provided the technology and research necessary for enslaving other races and creating the artificial lifeforms known as the Garthim.

Captain Stickybeard on Codename: Kids Next Door

"Codename: Kids Next Door" is a Cartoon Network series that ran for six seasons between 2002 and 2006. Created by Mr. Warburton, it follows a group of 10-year-olds who are part of the Kids Next Door spy network. Using codenames, the five kids form Sector V in a high-tech treehouse where they fight against the evils adults inflict on children around the world, including making them do homework and brush their teeth. Once they reach the age of 13, the agents are forcefully retired in a process known as being decommissioned, which wipes their memories.

Hamill voices Captain Stickbeard, a villain who was once known as Stickyfuzz. In his ship the Sweet Revenge, Stickybeard patrols the area around Sector V and steals candy from the local children with his gang of pirates. The actor got the gig after auditioning for "Kenny and the Chimp" but was turned down in favor of Frank Welker by Warburton (per the creator's blog), who then cast him in this cartoon.

Py-Ro and Znus in Crash Bandicoot

Hamill is no stranger to video games, and he has appeared twice in the "Crash Bandicoot" series voicing two different villains. The first came in "Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex," in which he portrayed one of the Elementals. These are a group of mask spirits that can manipulate elements like fire, air, and water to cause natural disasters. The four Elementals were released by Uka Uka and Neo Cortex as part of their plan to cause chaos and distract Crash. The actor voiced the fire Elemental Py-Ro and could often be heard making jokes or taunting Crash.

In the 2008 game "Crash: Mind Over Mutant," Hamill returned to the series to voice the Znus. These are small purple creatures that do the bidding of Grimly and usually attack the player in swarms. Along with Hamill, Billy West and Maurice LaMarche also voiced some of the Znus in the game.

Various characters throughout Scooby-Doo

"Scooby-Doo" is a franchise with which Hamill has had a long association. Over the years, he has appeared in numerous iterations of the series, voicing good guys as well as villains. In fact, Hamill even played a version of himself in an episode of "Scooby-Doo Guess Who?" and voiced both the Joker and The Trickster in DC crossover episodes as well.

His first role as a Scooby villain came with the 2002 cartoon "What's New, Scooby-Doo?" in which he played Captain Guzman — a character that also doubled as Emperor Caesar Saladicus, who ordered the Zombie Gladiator to do his bidding. Later, in an episode of " Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated," he portrayed the Crybaby Clown and his alter ego, Hollywood actor Baylor Hotner. His third appearance as a villain in the franchise came in "Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare" where he played a gangster known as Babyface Boretti who set out to try and find a hidden treasure in Big Moose Lake.

Ulysses S. Klaw on Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes

"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" is a superhero series that premiered in 2010. Debuting on the Disney XD channel, it ran for two seasons and a total of 52 episodes. The story initially focused on the Avengers battling to track down a series of supervillains who had escaped from a S.H.I.E.L.D. prison. The main cast included Brian Bloom as Captain America, Chris Cox as Hawkeye, Eric Loomis as Iron Man, Peter Jessop as Vision, Jennifer Hale as Ms. Marvel, Rick D. Wasserman as Thor, and Fred Tatasciore as Hulk.

Mark Hamill made an appearance in two first season episodes, in which he played Ulysses Klaw. Very different from the comics character he is based on, Klaw is a scientist and villain who experiments on vibranium in an attempt to make it into a weapon. In the show, he does battle with the forces of Wakanda, as well as a memorable battle with Ant-Man. Iron Man ultimately forces him to be absorbed into vibranium, leaving his fate unknown.

The Red Skull on The Super Hero Squad Show

The Red Skull might be one of the most recognizable villains in the world of Marvel, despite the fact that he is not exactly one of the most frequent. His distinctive design and striking vibrant red skull instantly mark him out from most other bad guys, making him a popular villain in everything from comics to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The character has also appeared regularly in animated adaptations, including "The Super Hero Squad Show."

The series hit television screens in 2009 and ran for a total of two seasons before it was shelved. The Red Skull appeared in three of the 52 episodes, voiced by none other than Mark Hamill. His role didn't end there, though, with the actor confirming on Twitter that he has played the character multiple times. This included the 2010 game "Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet" and its 2011 sequel, "Marvel Super Hero Squad: Comic Combat."

Arnim Zola in Marvel animation

Arnim Zola is a notable scientist and researcher who hails from Switzerland and began working with Hydra and the Nazis at the behest of Red Skull. He has been a common enemy of Captain America due to his association with S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hydra, although he has also come into conflict with Iron Man and even trapped Tony Stark's mind on the internet as he fought a war against him. His persona in the MCU has been a little different, where he was portrayed by Toby Jones.

Hamill has performed the role of Zola in a number of Marvel animated projects during his career. Between 2012 and 2016, he was the voice actor of the character on the "Ultimate Spider-Man" television series, where he also had a number of other roles such as Nightmare and Ox. In "Avengers Assemble" he voiced the villain again, and he went ton to reprise his role in the 2017 "Spider-Man" show and the video game "Lego Marvel's Avengers." The actor later lent his voice to the character in "Marvel's Avengers: Black Panther's Quest" alongside Stan Lee in his final ever animated appearance (via Nerdist).

The Gargoyle on The Incredible Hulk

In 1996, UPN broadcast "The Incredible Hulk" for two seasons and a total of 21 episodes. Actor Lou Ferrigno reprised his role from the '70s live-action series, providing the voice of the titular hero. The second season introduced a number of new regular characters including both She-Hulk and Grey Hulk, with a host of others also making appearances throughout the run, including Thunderbolt Ross and Rick Jones.

The "Star Wars" actor appeared in some 10 episodes in total as the Gargoyle. The villain, known by his real name of Yuri Topolov, is a Soviet scientist who is one of Hulk's earliest enemies. Mutated due to a freak atomic accident, he grows a huge head and has a genius-level intellect. With a recurring role as the second-in-command to the Leader, Gargoyle worked to try and capture Bruce Banner to study him and ultimately attempt to cure himself.

Maximus the Mad on Fantastic Four: The Animated Series

Maximus the Mad is a supervillain who has appeared in "Fantastic Four" comics since 1966. He is an Inhuman and the son of Agon and Rynda. Forced to undergo DNA mutations, he developed powerful psionic abilities but also became more antisocial and apprehensive. His brother Black Bolt also went through the same Terrigen Mist exposure and developed his famous vocal ability that is so strong he must maintain a constant state of silence. A master scientist, he dedicates his life to trying to take over the leadership of Attilan.

The villain appeared in two episodes of the 1994 "Fantastic Four" series during its two-season run. Hamill portrayed the character on both occasions, with an extended role in the Inhumans Saga in the show's first season. The actor had some other roles in the series as well, voicing both Sentry and Triton alongside Maximus.

Hobgoblin on Spider-Man: The Animated Series

Although more people are familiar with the Green Goblin, the Hobgoblin is also one of Spider-Man's most prominent enemies. Several different characters have taken on the mantle but the most well-known version of the Hobgoblin is Roderick Kingsley. The villain is essentially a master criminal and utilizes a variety of Halloween-themed weapons and gadgets to carry out his plans. These include his bulletproof costume, Jack-O-Lantern concussion grenades, and a Goblin glider that allows him to fly around at high speeds.

Two versions of Hobgoblin appeared in 1994's "Spider-Man: The Animated Series." One of them was from Earth-92131, while the other hailed from Earth-98311. Both incarnations were voiced by Hamill. In total, the character appeared in some eight episodes of the popular series from 1995 until 1998. Other voice actors included Christopher Daniel Barnes as Peter Parker, Roscoe Lee Browne as Kingpin, and Hank Azaria as Eddie Brock.

Alvin the Treacherous on Dragons

"How to Train Your Dragon" was released in 2010, with the movie becoming one of DreamWorks Animation's biggest hits to date. It grossed $494.9 million at the box office and spawned two sequels, an array of video games, and several spin-off television series. One of these was "DreamWorks Dragons," a series that debuted on Cartoon Network in 2012. Its three seasons act as a prequel to the second film. Each season has its own title — "Dragons: Riders of Berk," "Dragons: Defenders of Berk," and "Dragons: Race to the Edge."

Hamill appeared in the three seasons performing the role of Alvin the Treacherous, the leader of the Outcast Tribe who fights against Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III. The villain kidnaps the hero and attempts to force him to tame dragons to fight for his cause. The "Star Wars" actor was announced as part of the cast at the SDCC 2012 panel (per CinemaBlend), along with David Faustino and Stephen Root.

Yamma on IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix

"IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix" is an anime series that first debuted in 2005, the successor to a miniseries of the same name from 2003. Set in the year 2049, the show sees a series of racers competing around a purpose-built track known as the Immortal Grand Prix. The race itself involves futuristic high-speed mechs that are piloted by humans and are also used to battle each other. Participants take part in teams as they travel around the 60 kilometer circuit at speeds of more than 400 km/h.

Yamma is one of the show's main villains. The leader of Team Sledge Mamma, he's considered one of the best pilots in the competition, being arguably the most experienced. Playing forward for his team, he forms an intense rivalry with Takeshi. Keiji Fujiwara voiced the character in the original Japanese version of the anime, with Hamill taking on the role in the English dub.

Pierre Fluffbottom and Lectromag on Biker Mice from Mars

Debuting in 1993 from creator Rick Ungar (via L.A. Times), "Biker Mice from Mars" is a sci-fi animated series about three talking mice who are avid motorcyclists. Originally from the planet Mars, Throttle, Modo, and Vinnie flee to Earth after a war ravages their home planet. They pledge to defend their newfound home against the Plutarkians who defeated them on Mars. Using lasers and bionic limbs, the group battles a diverse set of enemies that includes other aliens and robots. While the original series ended in 1996, the show was revived in 2006 with a new cast (per C21Media).

In the earlier 1993 series, Hamill portrayed two antagonists. The first was a character known as Number One, who acted as a mercenary for the Luke Perry-voiced Napoleon Brie. However, Number One was later played by Jeff Bennett. Hamill would then go on to voice the supervillain Lectromag in four episodes. Following the series' revival in 2006, Hamill returned to play Pierre Fluffbottom, the brother of Hannibal T. Hairball.

Undergrowth on Danny Phantom

The Nickelodeon show "Danny Phantom" premiered in 2004 and ran for a total of 53 episodes over three seasons. Created by Butch Hartman, it featured the voice talents of David Kaufman, Grey DeLisle, Rickey D'Shon Collins, and Colleen Villard among the main cast. The show follows a young superhero named Danny Fenton, who becomes part ghost after entering the Ghost Zone. Using a wide array of supernatural powers, he defends against ghost attacks with the help of his friends. It was well-received, going on to be nominated for several Annie Awards and winning the BMI Cable Award in 2004.

One of the last episodes of "Danny Phantom" featured a villain known as Undergrowth. Voiced by Hamill, he's a plant-based sentient creature that's angered by the increased deforestation and removal of plants for construction. He ends up being one of Phantom's most powerful enemies, and proves incredibly difficult to defeat due to the fact that he can almost instantly regrow any parts of his body that are damaged or destroyed.

Adolpho on Loonatics Unleashed

"Loonatics Unleashed" takes place in a post-apocalyptic future following a meteor strike on the planet Acmetropolis, home to descendants of famous "Looney Tunes" characters. These include Ace Bunny, Lexi Bunny, Danger Duck, Slam Tasmanian, and Tech E. Coyote. All of the protagonists had normal jobs before the catastrophe, but they're granted superpowers by the energy released from the meteor. Running for two seasons and 26 episodes in total, "Loonatics Unleashed" first began airing in 2005 on The WB. Unfortunately, it was poorly received and criticized for its lack of original ideas and its uninspired character designs.

In the episode "A Creep in the Deep," Hamill voices a villain known as Adolpho. He's essentially a mutated dolphin who has gained super intelligence. Seeing the rest of the world pollute the oceans and put dolphins into captivity, he seeks revenge. His plan involves mind-controlling wild dolphins and whales to do his bidding, and he's only defeated when the heroes manage to break this control.

Skeleton King on Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!

Airing in 2004 on Jetix (the now-defunct brand that would be reborn as Disney XD, per Digital Spy), "Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!" is an anime-style cartoon that ran for four seasons. Created by Ciro Nieli, it tells the story of a group of cyborg monkeys and a young boy called Chiro. The group works together to protect Shuggazoom City from any evil that attacks it. Each of the robotic animals has a special power and Chiro leads them, keeping them focused on the task.

Hamill voices the villain Skeleton King, who's constantly in a battle with Chiro and essentially serves as the main antagonist of "Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!" Although he was originally a talented alchemist and scientist, Skeleton King turned evil when his soul was exposed to the dark forces within the Netherworld. His ultimate goal is to destroy Shuggazoom City completely.

Lobster Theodore on Danger Rangers

"Danger Rangers" was a children's television show that aired on PBS Kids from 2005 until 2006. Just a single season of the animated series was broadcast, with a total of 16 episodes. It features the voice talents of Charlie Adler, Grey DeLisle, Jerry Houser, John Kassir, and Rob Paulsen as the main characters, a team of animal heroes who attempt to teach kids how to stay safe in the world around them. Episodes are dedicated to the dangers posed by everyday elements like water and electricity, educating children as the Danger Rangers battle a diverse cast of villains.

Hamill lent his voice to a number of roles in the series. He can be heard as Burt, a turtle and one of the main characters in the show. In the very first episode, he also provided the voice of Lobster Theodore. Working for Commander Octodon, he attempts to manipulate the water supply around the world, threatening pools and water parks everywhere.

The Watcher in Darksiders

Released in 2010, "Darksiders" is a hack-and-slash action-adventure game. Developed by Vigil Games and published by THQ, the game centers on the actions of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Players take control of War after the end of the world is triggered early. Blamed by warriors from Heaven, Hell, and the Charred Council, he sets out trying to clear his name and set things right. Along the way, War discovers a vast conspiracy all around him.

"Darksiders" was a critical hit when it launched, with a rating of 83 on Metacritic, and successful enough to spawn two sequels and a spin-off. It features an impressive voice cast, including the likes of Troy Baker, Liam O'Brien, and Fred Tatasciore. Meanwhile, Hamill can be heard as a character called The Watcher. This emissary is bound to War and tasked by the Charred Council with overseeing his quest . Although he appears as an ally at first, The Watcher — like the rest of the Charred Council — is not what he seems.

Alighiero in Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic

Based on the 2010 video game developed by Visceral Games and EA, " Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic" is an adaptation of Dante Alighieri's poem "Inferno." Like the original work, it tells the story of Dante traveling through Hell as he attempts to save his lover from an eternity of torture. To do so, he must go through each of the nine circles of Hell and battle against a variety of demons and monsters. The straight-to-DVD release received positive reviews from critics and features various chapters that each have their own distinct art style and character design.

"Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic" features a voice cast that includes Graham McTavish, Vanessa Branch, Peter Jessop, Steve Blum, and Victoria Tennant. Hamill portrays Dante's father Alighiero, a gluttonous and evil man who exploited the men living on his land so he could hold lavish parties with his friends. He is seen in flashbacks throughout the film, as well as in Hell as a monstrous version of himself.

Void in Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey

As detailed by Paste Magazine, "Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey" has something of a strange and mysterious backstory, but seems to have begun as a joint venture between NASA and Taiwanese animation studio Digimax Inc. The goal: to educate audiences on the real-life findings of the Cassini spacecraft through a sci-fi adventure with an all-star voice cast. The story follows a sentient photon called Dave who travels to the spacecraft and battles to save it from the forces of the evil Void, who want to destroy it before it can send its findings back to Earth.

While much of the original voice cast was switched midway through development, a surprising number of big names got involved – Chris Pine, Samuel L. Jackson, William Shatner, James Earl Jones, Amanda Peet, and Sandra Oh lent their voices, to name a few. Hamill plays the Void, the cosmic being that is the enemy of the Core — the being that operates and lives within the sun. Good luck actually watching "Quantum Quest," though — according to Paste, the finished product only ever screened at a Kentucky science center.

Dr. Stankfoot on Zevo-3

Zevo-3 is a 2010 animated series that aired on Nickelodeon's spin-off Nicktoons channel. Running for just a single season of 26 episodes, it was based on a set of three characters that originally appeared in commercials for the footwear company Skechers (per The New York Times). The series itself was actually a joint collaboration between Skechers and the animation studio MoonScoop Group.

The show follows three teenagers who are given superpowers when exposed to the dangerous Zevo compound. This enhances their genetics, and they take on the identities of Z-Strap, Elastica, and Kewl Breeze to defend New Eden City. Their main foe is Stankfoot, a former scientist who has been frozen for 20 years and is determined to demolish the city and bring back Footville, which was founded by his own family.

"Zevo-3" features an extensive cast, including Hamill playing Dr. Stankfoot. However, the singing voice of the character was provided by Jim Cummings. Meanwhile, the likes of Tim Curry, Bryton James, Dante Basco, Kari Wahlgren, and Grey DeLisle fill out the voice roster.

Badcat and Buddy Huxton on The Problem Solverz

In 2011, Cartoon Network debuted "The Problem Solverz," an American animated series created by Ben Jones. It follows a group of three friends trying to solve crimes in their neighborhood. Well known for its striking and distinctive visuals, which many fans deemed ugly (per Cartoon Brew), it was created in Adobe Flash and ran for two seasons and 26 episodes in total. The voice cast included John DiMaggio, Pamela Adlon, James Avery, Eric Bauza, and Matt Berry.

Hamill had two roles in "The Problem Solverz." He portrayed Buddy Huxton in the episode "Funny Facez," taking on the role of Tony's manager. Although he seems innocent at first, this is simply a ruse so he can get revenge on Tony for a childhood prank. In another episode, the actor voiced Badcat, a sentient cat that steals the main character's salsa in order to sell it for a profit, boosting his already considerable wealth.

Lundgren on NTSF:SD:SUV

The absurdly-titled "NTSF:SD:SUV::" is an Adult Swim comedy series that acts as a parody of police procedurals. Created by Paul Scheer, it first aired in 2011 and ran for three seasons until 2013. The show starred Scheer alongside June Diane Raphael, R. Brandon Johnson, Kate Mulgrew, and Karen Gillan, with Peter Serafinowicz as the voice of the robot S.A.M. Unlike many of the other works on this list, "NTSF:SD:SUV:" (which stands for "National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle::") is actually a live-action series. At its center is an armed strike force devoted to protecting San Diego from over-the-top threats.

Hamill appeared in an episode as the voice of Lundgren, a serial killer dolphin who has been imprisoned in a maximum security prison. He is visited by the team when another dolphin goes on a murderous rampage, and the psychotic killer is the only one who can help them find him.

Mall Santa and Dr. Pullum on Dan Vs.

Created by Dan Mandel and Chris Pearson, "Dan Vs." is an American animated series that first aired on The Hub in 2011. In total, there were 53 episodes broadcast across three seasons. Featuring Curtis Armstrong as the title character, backed up by Dave Foley and Paget Brewster, it focuses on the jobless Dan as he gets into a series of bizarre and unfortunate events.

In "Dan Vs." Hamill portrayed two different antagonists. One of these was Dr. Pullum, a dentist who runs his own practice and was formerly Dan's personal dentist. While he appears normal at first, Pullum is actually a supervillain who is attempting to take over the world from his own secret lair. Hamill also played Mall Santa, a deranged man who wears an old Santa costume. Dan gets into a fight with Mall Santa after confronting him about not being a good Santa.

Quarry on Generator Rex

"Generator Rex" is a sci-fi animated series that was created by Man of Action and broadcast on Cartoon Network. Based on the Image Comics series "M. Rex," it ran for three seasons and 60 episodes in total. The story takes place five years after a huge explosion released nanites that infected the entire population of Earth. Once activated, these nanites can turn people into Exponentially Variegated Organisms. The main character, Rex, is an EVO but has the unique ability to control his nanites and stay sane. First broadcast in 2010, the series starred Daryl Sabara, Wally Kurth, J. K. Simmons, Fred Savage, and John DiMaggio.

Hamill performed the role of Quarry, an evil EVO that has been tortured and mutated. He is forced to use special armor to keep his body working, and enlists the help of a private army to carry out his plans. He appeared throughout all three seasons of the show as one of the primary antagonists.

Black Phantom and Von Nebula on Hero Factory

Based on a line of Lego toys, "Hero Factory" is a sci-fi fantasy animated series that was created by Threshold Animation Studios. Making its debut in 2010, it aired on Nicktoons for a total of 11 episodes. As the name implies, the show follows the Hero Factory, a crime-fighting group that assembles heroic robots to protect the galaxy from criminals and other threats. The cast was made up of a wide range of voice actors, including John Schneider, Eric Christian Olsen, Henry Winkler, Bryton James, and Christopher B. Duncan.

Over the course of its 11 episodes, Hamill portrayed two villains. The first was Black Phantom, an ally of the Brain Attack Orchestrator and the Legion of Darkness. Black Phantom was also responsible for helping many other villains escape from prison as part of an event known as the Breakout. He later voiced Von Nebula, a villainous leader who managed to gather other evil beings to his cause.

King Blackyard in Exchange Student Zero

"Exchange Student Zero" began life as an Australian animated movie that first aired on Cartoon Network in 2012. Created by Bruce Kane, Maurice Argiro, and Patrick Crawley, it follows two friends who bring a fantasy card game called Battle Day Zero to life, as the anime-style Hiro enters the world of western-style characters. More and more fantasy beings begin to enter the world, causing problems for its inhabitants. The movie's voice cast includes Dee Bradley Baker, Scott Edgar, Marg Downey, and Rove McManus, among others. A television spin-off series was broadcast in 2015, albeit with some changes in the cast.

In the initial movie, Hamill was responsible for providing the voice for King Blackyard. Known as the Destroyer of Worlds and the Slayer of Demons, Blackyard is one of the main antagonists in both the animated movie and its spin-off television series. A sworn enemy of Hiro's family, he attacks Karuta regularly, sending his evil forces in his attempt to destroy the realm once and for all.

Abraham Kane on Motorcity

First broadcast in 2012, "Motorcity" is an animated series that aired on Disney XD for a single season before it was canceled. Created by Chris Prynoski, it starred Reid Scott, Nate Torrence, Kate Micucci, Kel Mitchell, and Jess Harnell. The story focuses on an area of Detroit known as Motorcity in the near future. A group of rebels leads a resistance to save the citizens of Motorcity from being subjected to the will of a dictator who wants to take away all of the freedoms that they once had.

Abraham Kane, the main antagonist of "Motorcity," was voiced by Hamill in a total of 13 episodes. The villain wants to destroy Motorcity completely and build his own Detroit Deluxe on top of the ruins. A billionaire who owns the sinister corporation KaneCo, he is a megalomaniac who only wants complete power and will not stand for dissent of any kind.

Breakneck on Turbo FAST

Created by DreamWorks Animation, "Turbo FAST" was Netflix's first original television series made for children (via PR Newswire). Launching on the streaming service in 2013, it ran for three seasons until 2016. Acting as a sequel to the movie "Turbo," it follows Tito and a gang of snails in their own purpose-built city complete with a race track as they compete against each other to see who is the fastest snail. Reid Scott, Eric Bauza, Grey DeLisle-Griffin, Phil LaMarr, and Amir Talai all provided voices for various characters.

Hamill took on the role of the minor antagonist Breakneck. A snail who appeared in a total of two episodes, he illegally bets on races with Ace Gecko, manipulating events to gain an advantage. He later tricks Whiplash so that he can steal his shell, although he is ultimately captured by Turbo and forced to give back the rocket-powered shell.

Maltruant on Ben 10: Omniverse

"Ben 10" has become one of the most popular and successful kids' cartoons on the planet in the last decade or so, so it should come as no surprise that there have been multiple iterations of the franchise. "Ben 10: Omniverse" acted as the fourth and final chapter in the original story. After this, Man of Action rebooted the series with the 2016 "Ben 10" series (per IGN).

"Omniverse" follows Ben Tennyson as both an 11-year-old and a 16-year-old as he explores an alien city known as Undertown alongside his new partner, Rook Blonko. Yuri Lowenthal reprises his role as Ben, with Bumper Robinson, Paul Eiding, Dee Bradley Baker, Eric Bauza, and John DiMaggio also joining the cast.

The series saw Hamill voice the rogue Chronosapien villain Maltruant, someone who is ultimately revealed to have orchestrated much of the events of the entire franchise. He acts as the main antagonist of "Omniverse," starting the Time War and directly battling with Ben.

ShiverJack on Jake and the Never Land Pirates

"Jake and the Never Land Pirates" is an animated musical series that was created by Bobs Gannaway and produced by Disney Television Animation. First broadcast in 2011, it ran until 2016 across six seasons and 116 episodes in total.

Starring the likes of Sean Ryan Fox, Megan Richie, Jadon Sand, Kirsten Newlands, David Arquette, Corey Burton, and Jeff Bennett, it follows a pirate captain called Jake who competes against the fabled Captain Hook and his crew. The show is inspired by "Peter Pan," with the hero recruiting Jake and his friends to protect Never Land and find treasure.

Captain Hook isn't the only villain in "Jake and the Never Land Pirates." Shiverjack, who is voiced by Hamill in four episodes of the show, is another antagonist who battles against Jake and his crew. A pirate sorcerer, he wants to transform Never Land into his own personal ice kingdom using his magical powers.

Kavaxas on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have proven to have an enduring popularity over the decades, leading to a wide array of television series and movies. This particular incarnation of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" was broadcast from 2012 until 2017, and saw the heroic turtles emerging from the sewers to defend New York from all sorts of threats. Acting as an origin story, the turtles are shown learning about their mutations and putting their training to use fighting against evil.

The series, which aired on Nickelodeon, had an all-star cast that included Jason Biggs, Seth Green, Sean Astin, Rob Paulsen, Mae Whitman, and Nolan North. Meanwhile, Hamill portrayed the demonic Kavaxas in a Season 5 episode. Brought from the Netherworld by Tiger Claw in an attempt to resurrect Shredder, he's eventually sent back to where he came from after a battle with the turtles.

Megatronus Prime on Transformers: Titans Return

"Transformers: Titans Return" is one of the latest adaptations of the famous "Transformers" franchise. Unlike other animated series based on the toys, this show is a web series that was streamed on go90 and YouTube. In total, it ran for 10 episodes, with a runtime of around 12 minutes each.

The show takes place after the conclusion of the Combiner Wars, with the Autobots and Decepticons allied as they rebuild Cybertron. They are forced to battle once again, though, when the Decepticon known as Trypticon is resurrected and threatens the very existence of Cybertron and the Transformers. Peter Cullen reprises his role as Optimus Prime, while the rest of the cast included Michael Dorn, Judd Nelson, Jason David Frank, Abby Trott, Tay Zonday, and Matthew Patrick.

Hamill can be heard in "Transformers: Titans Return" as the villain Megatronus Prime. This character serves as one of the main antagonists and the mastermind behind many of the events of this and previous "Transformers" stories.

Dictatious on Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia

"Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia" is a 2016 CGI animated series that premiered exclusively on Netflix. A collaboration between noted director Guillermo del Toro and DreamWorks Animation TV, it ran for 52 episodes across three seasons. The main cast includes the voices of Anton Yelchin, Charlie Saxton, Kelsey Grammer, Ron Perlman, Fred Tatasciore, and Amy Landecker.

The show has been a big hit with viewers and critics alike, scoring an approval rating of 94% on Rotten Tomatoes for the first season. It also went on to be nominated for a number of awards and won several Daytime Emmys and Annie Awards. The success has led to several other series, including "3Below: Tales of Arcadia," "Wizards: Tales of Arcadia," and "Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans."

A recurring character in "Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia" and its spin-off shows, Dictatious Galadrigal was portrayed by Hamill. The brother of Blinky Galadrigal and a one-time advisor to Gunmar, he has acted as a main antagonist as well as an occasional ally to the heroes.

Presto Change-o and Illuminati 1 on The Venture Bros.

"The Venture Bros." first hit television screens as a pilot in 2003, before the first season debuted the following year. It became one of Adult Swim's longest-running original shows and ran for seven seasons in total, spread out over some 17 years. It was canceled in 2020, but a wrap-up movie is coming to HBO Max.

The show — an irreverent send-up of classic action-adventure cartoons like "Jonny Quest" — focuses mainly on washed-up super-scientist Dr. Rusty Venture, his two sons, and the bodyguard tasked with protecting them. Many of the characters are voiced by co-creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer, with James Urbaniak, Patrick Warburton, and Michael Sinterniklaas rounding out the regular cast. It's been lauded as one of the best animated series ever made, coming in at number 56 on IGN's list of the 100 best.

Hamill has played two villains on "The Venture Bros." He provided the voice for Illuminati 1, the leader of the Illuminati who attempted to get Dr. Venture to hand over his teleportation device. The actor also portrayed Presto Change-O, a comedic villain who can change his physical form into any shape.

Hans Hamster and Mr. Big on New Looney Tunes

"New Looney Tunes" is a 2015 animated series designed to introduce classic Looney Tunes characters to a new generation. It ran on Cartoon Network for 156 episodes. Developed by Erik Kuska, it featured the voice talent of Jeff Bergman, Dee Bradley Baker, Kath Soucie, Bob Bergen, Eric Bauza, and JP Karliak, among a whole host of others.

Following the end of "The Looney Tunes Show" in 2013, Warner Bros. wanted to return to a more traditional version of the show akin to the classic theatrical shorts. The new cartoons primarily focused on Bugs Bunny as he faced off against an array of antagonists, using his wits to win the day.

Hamill played two villains in the show over the course of its three seasons. The first was a rodent-like creature known as Hans Hamster, who made two appearances. He also portrayed a crime boss known as Mr. Big, who is pursued by two police detectives in the form of Ricardo Pigs and Sonny Dorlock.

Vuli on Elena of Avalor

Debuting on the Disney Channel in 2016, "Elena of Avalor" is a CGI animated series that follows the Latina princess Elena. Created by Craig Gerber, it starred Aimee Carrero in the title role along with the likes of Jenna Ortega, Chris Parnell, Yvette Nicole Brown, Carlos Alazraqui, and Emiliano Diez. The young princess must rule her kingdom after saving it from an evil sorceress, growing and learning about her new role with each experience.

Despite critical acclaim, Disney announced that the third season of "Elena of Avalor" would be its last. However, it would conclude with a special finale episode that would bring the story to a fitting end (per ComicBook.com). Hamill appeared as Vuli, one of the four main antagonists of this final chapter, "Coronation Day." His performance as one of the Four Shades of Awesome was so good that he was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for his guest appearance, an award that he went on to win.

Fire Lord Ozai on Avatar: The Last Airbender

"Avatar: The Last Airbender" is undoubtedly one of the best animated series of the last 20 years. Created by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, it holds an approval rating of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes and an impressive audience score of 98%. The series, known for its complex themes and ideas, follows the young Aang. He is the current incarnation of the Avatar, a mythical being who has the power to control all four elements to maintain balance in the world.

A huge success, it ran for three seasons on Nickelodeon and led to a sequel series, "The Legend of Korra," as well as two different attempts at a live-action adaptation. The original series featured a voice cast made up of Zach Tyler Eisen, Mae Whitman, Jack DeSena, Dante Basco, and Dee Bradley Baker.

In the series, Hamill voiced the Fire Lord Ozai, the fearsome leader of the Fire Nation. Responsible for starting the terrible war that engulfs the show's world, he's the main antagonist and appears in 12 episodes of the series. As he aims to conquer all four kingdoms, only Aang has the ability to put a stop to his violent attacks.

Malefor The Dark Master in The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon

2008's "The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon" is the third entry in the rebooted trilogy of "Spyro" games. Taking place three years after "The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night," it sees an older Spyro and Cynder awakened from their crystal forms to find that a darkness has fallen over the kingdom and a great evil has returned. Both Elijah Wood and Gary Oldman reprised their roles from earlier games, with Hamill and Christina Ricci joining them.

Malefor the Dark Master is the overarching villain of the rebooted trilogy and the main antagonist in "The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon." Said to be the first purple dragon ever born, he is pure evil and incredibly intelligent. Like Spyro, he can control a wide range of powers due to the vast experience he has as a thousand-year-old dragon. He was originally portrayed in the earlier games by Kevin Michael Richardson, but Hamill took over the role for the third installment.

Mayor of Pejite in Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind

Considered to be a Studio Ghibli production despite the fact that the studio did not exist at the time it was created (per Polygon), "Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind" was created by Hayao Miyazaki. Originally released in Japan in 1984, it follows a young princess in a post-apocalyptic world as she attempts to bring peace to the planet and stop the kingdom of Tolmekia from destroying a jungle filled with rare giant insects.

A Western release came in the form of Manson International's "Warriors of the Wind." However, Miyazaki disliked this version as it cut much of the story and heavily edited scenes (per Cinematheque). The experience was so bad that the director effectively banned American distributors from making cuts to his movies. In 2005, Disney produced a new version of the movie that was uncut and featured a dub with an entirely new voice cast.

Among that cast were Alison Lohman, Patrick Stewart, Shia LaBeouf, Uma Thurman, Frank Welker, and Tress MacNeille. The role of the mayor of Pejite was performed by Hamill.

Muska in Castle in the Sky

"Castle in the Sky" is another Studio Ghibli film from director Hayao Miyazaki. First released in 1986, it's one of the most influential and successful animated films to come out of Japan. Since its debut, it has made more than $157 million from box office receipts and home media sales (per Wonderland Magazine). The film holds an approval score of 96% on Rotten Tomatoes and has won a number of awards in addition to being named the second best animated film of all time by Japan's Agency for Cultural Affairs.

The story follows a young girl and a boy who meet in unusual circumstances as they attempt to keep a powerful crystal necklace safe from three groups who are pursuing them — the military, a collection of squad of agents, and a pirate gang. Along the way, they search for a floating castle in the sky. Colonel Muska, the primary antagonist, was voiced by Minori Terada in the original Japanese version. A 1989 English dub featured Jeff Winkless in the role, while a 2003 dub from Disney cast Hamill as Muska.

Slick in Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby

Released in 1993, "Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby" is a made-for-television movie that acts as a sequel to "I Yabba-Dabba Do!" Directed by William Hanna, it continues the story of "The Flintstones" and sees Pebbles and Bam Bam move to Hollyrock as they are expecting their first child. Fred, Wilma, Barney, and Betty all follow their two kids to help them prepare for their new lives.

The main villain in "Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby" is Mr. Big Rock, a crime boss who comes after Fred, Barney, and their family when they mistakenly steal a giant pearl that they mistake as a bowling ball. Rather than do the dirty work himself, though, he sends his henchmen to retrieve the pearl. Rocky and Slick, who do the bidding of Big Rock throughout the film, are voiced by Charlie Adler and Mark Hamill respectively. Slick actually bears a resemblance to Barney, wearing the same brown tunic even though he is much taller.

Red Lynx on SWAT Kats

"SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron" is a 1993 animated series that originally aired on TBS. Developed by Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, it was created by Christian and Yvon Tremblay and takes place in Megakat City, home to a fictional race of anthropomorphic cats.

The story deals with a pair of expert pilots known as the SWAT Kats who act as vigilantes, battling evil in the city. Using an advanced fighter jet and state-of-the-art weaponry, the two leave the official paramilitary law enforcement agency and set up their own independent operation. The series proved popular when it first aired and a revival is currently in the works to continue the story of Jake "Razor" Clawson and Chance "T-Bone" Furlong (via Kidscreen).

Barry Gordon, Charlie Adler, Candi Milo, Gary Owens, and Jim Cummings were all part of the main cast. Meanwhile, Hamill voiced the character Red Lynx, a rival pilot who was killed during an earlier war but returns as a ghost to seek revenge, targeting his enemy's descendent, Mayor Manx.

Julius Pendecker on The Tick

Based on the comic book of the same name that was created by Ben Edlund, the animated series "The Tick" debuted in 1994. Running on Fox Kids for three seasons, it stars the voice of Townsend Coleman as The Tick, with a supporting cast that includes Cam Clarke, Micky Dolenz, and Jess Harnell. A critical hit, "The Tick" was nominated for a number of Annies and Daytime Emmys, and is widely considered to be one of the best cartoons of its era. The show cemented the Tick's enduring popularity as a franchise, leading to two live-action series — one in 2001 and another in 2016.

Hamill voiced Julius Pendecker, a mad scientist who seems incoherent and mumbles his way through conversations. Known as an inventor of crazy gadgets, he's responsible for the creation of a mind control helmet that supervillain Mr. Mental uses to take control of the Tick in the Season 1 episode "The Tick vs. Mr. Mental."

Vostok on The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

"The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest" is a 1996 television series that aired on Cartoon Network for two seasons. A sequel to the original "Jonny Quest" series and its 1986 revival "The New Adventures of Jonny Quest," it catches up with Jonny Quest, Hadji Singh, and Jessie Bannon as they join Dr. Benton Quest and his bodyguard in globe-trotting mystery adventures.

In "The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest," General Vostok is a former KGB agent who now operates as a terrorist. Hamill voiced him in two episodes, with the character aiming to set up a new communist state following the fall of the Soviet Union. He's responsible for murdering two archeologists and stealing an artifact known as the Golden Schriv and using it to bring a Golem to life. Jonny is ultimately able to destroy the Golem and stop it carrying out Vostok's wishes.

Threshold in Gen¹³

Based on the comic book of the same name by Jim Lee, Brandon Choi, and J. Scott Campbell, "Gen¹³" is a 1998 film that was directed by Kevin Altieri. Like the comic, it takes place in the Wildstorm Universe and follows a group of children who are forced into a military school where they will be turned into super soldiers as part of a secret project. The group manages to escape from the villain Threshold and agree to learn from John Lynch to control their powers. The cast included Alicia Witt, John de Lancie, E.G. Daily, Flea, and Cloris Leachman.

The film also features Hamill as the voice of Threshold. Otherwise known as Matthew Callahan, he's a super-villain whose father was part of the original Team 7. Abducted as a child, he was forced to turn against the other Gen-Active children in the film, although he ultimately sacrifices himself to save his sister.

Flint on Buzz Lightyear of Star Command

"Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" acts as an origin story for the famous Space Ranger. Premiering just after the release of "Toy Story 2," it aired on UPN and saw Buzz Lightyear investigating potential threats to the galaxy and the peace of the Galactic Alliance. Joined by his own crew, Buzz faces off against various enemies, including the warlord Emperor Zurg. Starring the likes of Patrick Warburton, Stephen Furst, and Larry Miller, the series won a Daytime Emmy for its sound editing.

Flint is an android and a minor villain from the episode "Planet of the Lost." Designed to lift heavy objects up to 400 times his own weight, the character works as a stock boy until he comes to resent humans because of their harsh treatment. Determined to gain revenge, he creates an army of robotic Shriekers and attempts to trap humans on his planet and leave them stranded there. He's eventually defeated in a battle with Buzz, and the organics he imprisoned are able to escape.

Colonel Kroitz in Grandia Xtreme

Released in 2002, "Grandia Xtreme" is a role-playing game that was developed by Game Arts and published by Square Enix. The game is set in a fictional world that is home to three different races that have lived in peace, but a natural disaster threatens to kick off a war between them. The player takes control of a ranger known as Evann as he tries to discover the cause of the disaster and avert the conflict.

Colonel Krotiz has been a rival of the main character since childhood. He served as the supreme commander in the Nortis army, tasked with containing and destroying the Elemental Disorder. His drive to succeed and gain even more power have corrupted him and led to Kroitz becoming an evil leader capable of doing whatever he deems necessary to advance his own ambition. Hamill voiced Colonel Kroitz in the video game, giving him a menacing sound that instills fear in those around him.

Principal John Smith on Totally Spies

Making its debut in 2001, "Totally Spies" is a French animated series inspired by Japanese anime. Created by Vincent Chalvon-Demersay and David Michel, the series ran for six seasons before it was canceled. However, a seventh season was announced to be in development in 2022 (per Animation Magazine). The show tracks the exploits of three spies who pretend to be ordinary teenage girls while not on duty. They investigate crimes around the world while battling villains, using their wits and a series of advanced gadgets.

The English-language version of the show features Jennifer Hale, Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, Jess Harnell, and Katie Leigh in the main cast, with Hamill taking on the role of John Smith. He appears in a single episode of the series, working undercover as the principal of a school where he forces the teachers to carry out his bidding. Using the Jewels of Sumatra, he aims to extract the life force of children to give him immortality.

Aaron Wilson in Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix

"Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix" is a 2002 first-person shooter that was developed by Raven Software and published by Activision. A sequel to the earlier "Soldier of Fortune," it was designed to be as realistic and accurate as possible, depicting the true horror of war and featuring plenty of intense gore. The plot sees a team of mercenaries investigating a strange viral outbreak. The terrorist organization Prometheus plans to hold the world ransom, promising to unleash its virus on the world if their demands are not met. It's up to the player to put a stop to the threat and end the possibility of germ warfare.

Leading Prometheus is Aaron Wilson, as the main villain throughout "Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix." He also acts as a mole at the Shop, stealing vital information and attempting to frame one of the player's allies. The role of Wilson is voiced by Hamill, with Todd Susman, Earl Boen, and Iris Bahr all part of the cast as well.

Apep in The Scorpion King: Rise of the Akkadian

Acting as a prequel to the movie "The Scorpion King," this video game was released in 2002 for the GameCube and PlayStation 2. Developed by Point of View, Inc. it stars Dwayne Johnson reprising his role as Mathayus from the film. The plot of "The Scorpion King: Rise of the Akkadian" sees the character journeying through Akkad as he battles against Magus. The game was not warmly received by fans or critics, receiving an average rating of just 49 on review aggregator site Metacritic.

Although he is not the main villain, Apep is an important antagonist in "The Scorpion King: Rise of the Akkadian." He guards the gates to the Underworld, stopping those who are not authorized from leaving or entering. As well as playing the role of Apep, Hamill also voiced several other minor characters. In particular, he can be heard as a wounded Akkadian warrior and a soldier.

Emperor Griffon in Dark Cloud 2

A spiritual successor rather than a true sequel to "Dark Cloud," this game was released as "Dark Chronicle" in most of the world (per EuroGamer). However, in North America it was titled "Dark Cloud 2." Developed by Level-5, the game sees the player take control of Max and Monica as they set about saving the world from total destruction. The action RPG was praised by critics, who were impressed with the improvements made to the game compared to its predecessor. It holds an average score of 87 out of 100 on Metacritic and a user score of 8.6 out of 10.

Emperor Griffon is the main villain in the "Dark Chronicle" series, and one of the most powerful characters in the game. A Moon Person, he wields the Orange Atlamillia and has sworn revenge against humanity for what they did to his love, Alexandra. Kath Soucie portrayed the character in his true Sirius form, while Hamill provided the voice when he was in his Griffon persona.

Birthday Bandit on Teamo Supremo

First broadcast in 2003, "Teamo Supremo" is an animated series that aired on ABC. Created by Phil Walsh and directed by Joe Horne, the show ran for three seasons and featured a cast that was comprised of Spencer Breslin, Alanna Ubach, Martin Mull, Fred Willard, and Brian Doyle-Murray, among others. The show followed a group of children who are also superheroes as they fight against any villains who pose a threat to their home in South Dakota.

Hamill is no stranger to playing evil clowns — just look at his most famous voice role as the Joker. So it makes sense that he was cast as the Birthday Bandit in "Teamo Supremo." Formerly a children's entertainer, he turns to crime after being driven mad by the fact that no one ever bought him any birthday presents. With his trio of henchmen, the Birthday Bandit became a recurring villain on the show.