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Captain Spaulding

Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig) is one of the main characters of Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects. He’s a vulgar clown who mans a gas station, where he tricks a group of young adults to run into his murderous Firefly family.

Pennywise the Dancing Clown from It (2017)

In the 2017 remake of It, Pennywise the Dancing Clown (Bill Skarsgard) is an ancient, trans-dimensional evil spirit that takes the scariest form of all — a creepy killer clown. Compared to the 1990 adaption of Pennywise, this one is lankier and childish but creepy as hell all the same. While wearing the clown costume, roll around in the dirt to give it the right weathered look.

Twisty the Clown

Twisty is a disgraced clown played by John Carroll Lynch in American Horror Story: Freak Show who uses increasingly twisted methods to regain his position as an entertainer of children. He wears a makeshift prosthetic mask nearly as terrifying as the disfigured face beneath.

Patch Adams

Patch Adams (Robin Williams) is an unorthodox physician, who took a more personal approach to his patients by using humor as part of his medical care, which sometimes included dressing up as a clown.

Pennywise from It

Anyone who’s afraid of clowns is probably afraid of them because of Stephen King’s It. It is able to shape-shift and exploits the fears of its victims. It primarily takes the form of Pennywise the Dancing Clown in order to attract its preferred prey, young children.

Marcel Marceau

Marcel Marceau is one of the best known mimes in the world, who became famous through his persona Bip the Clown. Though he kept things simple with his black and white attire and color coordinated makeup, he liked to accessorize with a top hat embellished with a red flower.

Joker’s Henchmen

The Joker’s Henchmen are hired thugs who plan an elaborate heist to rob the Gotham National Bank. They’re excited about splitting the reward, even if it mean splitting it six ways, however Bozo has other plans in mind.

Nurse Joker

Heath Ledger once described his depiction of the
Joker
as a “psychopathic, mass murdering, schizophrenic clown with zero empathy.” Clearly, this Joker isn’t afraid to do what needs to be done, even if it means cross dressing in a nurse’s dress.

Joker

What do you get when you cross intelligence, homicidal tendencies, a penchant for “gags”, and an obsession with Batman? The Joker of course. While his look may have changed through the years, his love of the color purple and mayhem stays the same.