The Joker, that enigmatic and captivating harbinger of chaos, has been portrayed by a plethora of actors over the years.
With just about ten minutes of screentime, primarily to serve Harley Quinn’s origin story, Leto’s Joker left audiences wanting more.
When Mark Hamill retired from voicing the Joker after “Arkham City." Troy Baker stepped in to portray Batman’s iconic nemesis in the subsequent game.
Alan Tudyk’s superbly underrated voice acting brings the Harley Quinn Joker to life, achieving two essential goals.
Cesar Romero’s Joker in the 1966 “Batman” TV show is undeniably entertaining, with his vibrant energy and iconic painted-on grin.
In “The LEGO Batman Movie,” the Joker gets a new design that uses blocky minimalism to still convey its own visual twists on the character.
Jack Nicholson’s portrayal of the Joker in Tim Burton’s 1989 “Batman” is nothing short of fantastic, with his eerie grin, striking makeup.
“Batman: The Animated Series” brilliantly captured the essence of the Caped Crusader, but none benefited as much as the Clown Prince of Crime himself.
Joaquin Phoenix’s portrayal of Arthur Fleck in “Joker” defies easy classification among the ranks of iconic Jokers.
Heath Ledger’s portrayal of the Joker in The Dark Knight is undeniably groundbreaking and iconic.