Women

Dolly

Although she had very little screen time and no dialogue, Dolly (Blanche Ravalec) crept into viewers hearts when she rescued and fell in love with the henchman Jaws in the James Bond film Moonraker. A small, blonde, nerdy woman with glasses and pigtails, she charms Jaws into betraying his boss and working with Bond to stop him – all without saying a word. Attract your own jaws with an orange flight suit, blonde pigtails, glasses and the biggest smile you can manage.

Princess Bean from Disenchantment

In Disenchantment, Princess Tiabeanie, known as Bean, is the princess of Dreamland. Despite this, she is tomboyish and prefers to wear pants rather than flowing gowns. She’s forced into an arranged marriage to honor a treaty with a neighboring kingdom, but manages to get rid of her suitor.

Valerie Da Vinci from Despicable Me 3

Valerie Da Vinci from Despicable Me 3

In Despicable Me 3, Valerie Da Vinci (voiced by Jenny Slate) takes over as new director of the Anti-Villain League after Silas Ramsbottom announces his retirement. Soon after, she fires both Gru and Lucy for failing to capture Balthazar Bratt.

Countess Andrenyi

In the 2017 adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express, Countess Andrenyi (Lucy Boynton) is an elegant, wealthy dancer aboard the Orient Express. She takes barbital to sleep during the day, so she’s frequently awake at night. Because of this, her clothing is a mix of elegant day fashion and leisure or sleepwear.

Kara from Detroit: Become Human

Kara from Detroit: Become Human

In Detroit: Become Human, Kara (voiced by Valorie Curry) is an AX400 housemaid android serving in the household of Todd Williams and his daughter Alice. Kara’s connection to her young charge leads to her developing artificial consciousness and takes responsibility for her safety.

Nina Tucker from Fullmetal Alchemist

Nina Tucker

In Fullmetal Alchemist, Nina Tucker is the young daughter of Shou Tucker. She is a happy girl who loves her father and is often seen playing with the family dog Alexander.

Mrs. Hubbard

In the 2017 adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express, Mrs. Hubbard (Michelle Pfeiffer) is an educated, outspoken American widow on a tour of Europe. Her clothing is eclectic and reflects her loud, ostentatious personality.

Katherine Hepburn

The Aviator chronicles the career and downfall of Howard Hughes. For a brief period, he was dating Hollywood Starlet Katherine Hepburn (Cate Blanchett), who managed to ease the symptoms of his worsening obsessive-compulsive disorder. Still regarded as an important cultural icon and the epitome of the “modern woman” in the 20th century, Katherine Hepburn deviated from traditional gender roles by shunning marriage, dating younger men, playing sports, and wearing trousers before it was fashionable or acceptable to do so. The film takes place between the 1920’s and the 1940’s, but her fashion is comprised of over-sized menswear in bold colors and patterns.

Vicky the Viking from GLOW

Vicky the Viking

In GLOW, Viking the Viking (Marianna Palka) is the pro wrestling persona of Reggie Walsh, an Olympic wrestling medalist. She’s originally given the star role of Liberty Belle, but loses it to Debbie due to her lack of personality.

The Darkness (Amara)

In season 10 of the TV show Supernatural, the boys unleash the Darkness: the origin of the universe and, if she has her way, the end of it. The Darkness manifests as a beautiful, sensual woman named Amara (Emily Swallow), who claims to be the sister of God. She intends to consume the universe, returning it to the original blissful state in which it began. She dresses in a revealing long black dress and sports the distinctive Mark of Cain on her shoulder.