As fans of the “Clown Prince of Crime”, we have come across various clowns in all the movies, games, web series and cartoons till date:
10. Barry Keoghan (Batman)
Haven’t seen much yet. See Keoghan’s work in killing of a sacred deer To see some of his scary acting experience. Based on his two brief appearances as the Joker—one in a deleted scene and one in Batman-He will play a brand new and very disgusting role. But shouldn’t we wait for everything to settle down before we put him anywhere?
9. Jared Leto (Suicide Squad)
The fact that Jared Leto is absurd joker illustration —or Mr. J, as Margot Robbie’s noticeably better Harley Quinn calls him—actually prominent in the film isn’t its one saving grace. The Joker as played by Leto is the worst iteration of the character ever. While he appeared briefly in Zack Snyder’s Justice League, we should all be glad he didn’t appear in The Suicide Squad.
8. Cameron Monaghan (Gotham)
The Joker was never a named character in Fox’s series about the young Bruce Wayne, but Jerome and Jeremiah Valeska were meant to convey the Joker’s “perception”. By the end of the series, it remained unclear whether the third brother, known only as “J”, had actually become The Joker, or whether the characters had served as inspiration for the real Joker in some other way.
However, Gotham does a good job of portraying the manic intensity of how most people imagine the character. Also, did you know that Jerome had his face glued in one scene? That’s wild, isn’t it? He’s ranked lower on our list because he’s never referred to as “the Joker,” but it’s still a humorous characterization.
7. Cesar Romero (Batman: 1966–1968)
With the exception of makeup and costume, this Joker is hardly recognizable from the persona we’ve become accustomed to. Cesar Romero’s Joker is only a side character of a sitcom, with a penchant for silly themes and slapstick humor.
Additionally, you can clearly see Romero’s mustache in almost every video and still shoot, despite the fact that he never really made it under his makeup.
6. Joaquin Phoenix (Joker)
By default, the most in-depth, multi-faceted portrayal of the character to date is Joaquin Phoenix’s portrayal of Arthur Fleck/Joker in the film. Joker , The Joker tells us how he came to be the way he is in this picture, unlike the previous films where he merely acted as the villainous counterpart to Batman’s hero.
Phoenix’s performance in particular has been hailed as one of his greatest performances, despite the fact that some critics criticized the film as containing excessive violence. Even though he won a Best Actor Oscar for the part, this Joker is a little low in our ranking, if only because he never quite manages to capture the essence of the notoriously criminal genius Joker.
5. Zach Galifianakis (The Lego Batman Movie)
Zach Galifianakis plays the perfect antagonist to Will Arnett’s Batman in this excellent spin-off from The Lego Movie (which, we must add, we love too). This clown is not very heavy; He only wants Batman to see him, and he almost seems jealous of Batman and Superman’s competition (“Not a bad man!” said the Joker). Galifianakis demonstrates that it is still possible to make light of the Joker despite the fact that so many depictions emphasize the character’s evil side.
4. Alan Tudyk (Harley Quinn)
We really needed Harley Quinn’s Joker to accomplish two things, and Alan Tudyk, who is underrated, does a fantastic job of voicing the character. Of course, be a good clown, first and foremost. He certainly does.
But in a series starring Harley Quinn, the concept that the Joker is not only a bad guy, but also a very bad boyfriend, is the aspect of this Joker that feels novel. And this Joker is a total badass. If you came for the Joker, stay for a brief stretch while the Joker “recovers”.
3. Mark Hamill (Batman: The Animated Series)
The fact that Mark Hamill is best recognized for playing Luke Skywalker is unlikely to change. However, in between his Star Wars appearances, he did another career-defining job by providing the voice of The Joker in several other Dark Knight-related works.
Hamill’s menacing demeanor may be what you picture in your head when thinking of Batman’s arch-enemy, starting with Batman: The Animated Series and continuing through subsequent cartoons and video games. In The Jokers, he’s the craziest and craziest, but what matters most? His laugh is immaculate.
2. Jack Nicholson (Batman – 1989)
The Joker, played by Jack Nicholson, set the standard for cinema for nearly 20 years. This version of the character was once a mobster by the name of Jack Napier, but after a struggle with Batman resulted in chemical burns and facial scars, Jack Napier transformed into The Joker.
Phoenix and Leto attempt to transform the Joker into someone entirely new, while Nicholson’s portrayal is more straightforward – he just plays “bad Jack”. Nicholson’s legendary coldness and director Tim Burton’s sinister vision made The Joker one of the most recognizable villains of the 1980s and 1990s.
1. Heath Ledger (The Dark Knight)
In the 11 years since its initial release, there are some individuals who like to claim that The Dark Knight has “aged poorly,” but such people, quite honestly, don’t know what they’re talking about. have been It would be difficult to surpass Christian Bale’s performance as Batman, but more importantly, it would be foolish to attempt to surpass Heath Ledger’s portrayal of the Crown Prince of Crime. Check the sacrifices made when the health ledger is turned on Joker ,
Ledger’s Joker isn’t as cool as Nicholson’s or as trying as Leto’s; Instead, he lives on pure, unadulterated passion. His introduction is given without any kind of narrative or inspiration. Director Christopher Nolan deserves some credit for this. Joker often steals the limelight dark KnightAnd the devil is in the details—like when he licks his lips, flicks his sleek, barely-there hair out of his face, or sticks his head out of a moving car like a dog.