A person in a narrative work of arts such as novel, play, TV shows and series, and films, is called a character performing strange, weird, odd or eccentric behavioral character of a person played by an actor.
A particular character, enacted by an actor in the theater, or cinema, involving illusion of being a human person.
The main character or narrative is known a protagonist is also the same person as the focal character (the character on whom the audience focus their interest and attention), while the antagonist is a character or group of characters, or institution representing the opposition against which the protagonist must strive or struggle in opposition or against difficulties with the antagonist), thus, an antagonist is a person or a group of people who oppose the lead or main characters.The action in the story in a classic style consist of the protagonist as the hero fighting the antagonist or villain or enemy.In both films or theater, examples such as the main antagonist in The Lord of the Ring, Sauron, identified as the Necromancer, who constantly battles the series’ protagonists.Sometimes, a protagonist work will play a particular character, only to dispose of that character unexpectedly, as a dramatic device or literary technique of any standardized method to convey the author’s message, which is also known as false protagonist, an example is the character of Marion in the 1960’s Psycho an Alfred Hitchcock episode.In most cases, the audience usually identify with the protagonist.
In the Ancient Greece theater, three actors portrayed all of the main dramatic roles ending in a tragedy, which the protagonist portrayed the leading role, while the other roles were portrayed by deuteragonist, the second most important character, after the protagonist and before the tritagonist is the third most important narrative character, after the protagonist and deuteragonist. In the Harry Potter series, Voldemort is the Harry Potter’s archenemy, and has the power to defeat the Dark Lord according to a prophecy.
1) Lord Voldemort The scary character of Lord Voldemort (born Tom Marvolo Riddle) is the main antagonist and a fictional character of J. Most witches or wizards never dares to mention his name, instead they refer to him by epithets or a descriptive word or phrase, such as Dark Lord, You-Know-Who or He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.
To achieve pure-blood dominance, Voldemort uses Muggle (a person who lacks any sort of magical ability, and was not born into the world of magic)and wizarding.
Through Voldemort‘s mother’s family, he is the last wizard Salazar Slytherin descendant, one of the four founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Lord Voldemort is the leader of the group of evil wizards and witches, called Death Eaters, dedicated to ridding the Wizarding World of Muggles and establishing Voldemort as its supreme ruler.
Ralph Fiennes An English actor, Ralph Nathaniel Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes born 22 December 1962, best known as Shakespeare, he first achieved his successful career onstage in the Royal National Theater.