henchman

Jaws

A favorite henchman among James Bond fans, Jaws (Richard Kiel) is a brute of a man, tall and strong, with signature metal teeth that can cut through steel. He appears in two films: The Spy who Loved Me and Moonraker, working for different villains in each one. In The Spy who Loved Me he never sided with Bond, but in Moonraker he meets a girl named Dolly and decides to join forces with Bond against his employer. While Jaws usually appears in a suit, go for his more distinctive look of shirt and suspenders to really make an impression.

Oddjob

Odd Job (Harold Sakata) is the manservant, henchman, golf caddy and chauffeur to the villain Auric Goldfinger in the 1964 James Bond film titled Goldfinger. He is a mute, physically strong man that smiles during a fight and uses his steel-tipped hat as a lethal weapon. A fan-favorite, he has appeared in numerous video games and novels. Like every good manservant, he dresses smartly in a black suit with his signature Sandringham hat.

Mustafa from Austin Powers

Mustafa (Will Ferrell) is a Turkish or Egyptian henchman of Dr. Evil, appearing in the first and second Austin Powers movies. He is apparently Dr. Evil’s weapons designer as he took credit for constructing the cryogenic chamber and the trap fire pit. Due to a quirk in his character, he could not resist responding to a question when asked three times in a row. Recognizable by his red fez. Extremely difficult if not impossible to kill.