Who is the most beautiful Disney villain? Based on our analysis, Evil Queen is the most beautiful canon Disney supervillain on this list. According to her magic mirror, she's the second most beautiful woman, next to Snow White.
In 2002, Forbes ranked Disney's Cruella as the thirteenth wealthiest fiction character, citing the single 65-year-old has a net worth of $875 million, obtained through inheritance. She was also listed as the 39th greatest villain in American cinema in AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains.
Everyone thinks Maleficent is the worst of all villains. Imagine cursing a baby to eternal slumber just because she was not invited to the party. But, everyone needs to know that there's a deeper resentment dwelling in her heart. She was betrayed by the love of her life.
Ursula. There is no sassier villain than Ursula from The Little Mermaid. She stole the show with "Poor Unfortunate Souls," wore one of the classiest villain outfits (from the red lipstick to the black dress), and successfully masqueraded as a young suitor for Prince Eric.
Once a staple of Disney's animated features, particularly musicals, villains have slowly been phased out in favor of stories like Frozen II or Encanto that focus more on our hero's inner conflict with themselves.
This royal is the heir to the throne of Spain as the elder daughter of King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia. If Leonor ascends the throne, she will be Spain's first queen regnant since Isabella II, who reigned from 1833 to 1868.
Maleficent can be considered pure evil from any perspective. There is absolutely nothing with which to redeem her. She is easily one of the most evil Disney villains ever to exist, if not the most evil Disney villain ever to exist.
Such is Cruella's commitment to her vibe that she made him take her name instead of the other way around. (Cruella Smith simply wouldn't have had the same ring to it.) Mr. de Vil “didn't seem to be anything but a furrier,” Smith writes cattily, and Cruella married him for access to furs.