Our Favourite Villain: 9 Alan Rickman Movies You MUST Watch!
As we say goodbye to the iconic actor, who passed away aged 69, we take a look back at his most memorable on-screen moments. If you haven't already seen them, we suggest you go back and watch a master at work!
1. Harry Potter
Alan Rickman will forever live on in our hearts as Professor Severus Snape, whose coldly sarcastic and controlled exterior conceals deep emotions and anguish. Picture: Getty
2. Love Actually
We all got wrapped up in the love story of Harry (Alan Rickman), a managaing director who is caught being a naughty boy with his secretary behind his wife Karen's (Emma Thompson) back.
3. Die Hard
Who could forget Rickman's iconic role as Hans Gruber? The internationally feared German terrorist in 'Die Hard'. Picture: Rex
4. Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street
Rickman portrays the evil Judge Turpin, who lusts for the beautiful wife of a London barber (Johnny Depp) and transports him to Australia for a crime he did not commit. The actor is chillingly brilliant in this film!
5. Sense And Sensibility
Alan's portrayal of Colonel Brandon is probably one of the many moments where we fell in love with him. The actor stars opposite Kate Winslet as her love interest.
6. Alice In Wonderland
With the help of some special effects, Alan Rickman transforms into the caterpillar for Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Alice In Wonderland Picture: Rex
7. Truly Madly Deeply
Probably the most captivating love story ever! Alan Rickman plays a cellist who returns from beyond the grave to a grieving London pianist to comfort her.Picture: Rex
8. Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves
Alan Rickman doesn't fail to deliver in his role as the vicious sheriff of Nottingham in this film adaptation of the classic tale of Robin Hood. Picture: Rex features
9. An Awfully Big Adventure
Set right after World War II, a naive teenage girl joins a shabby theatre group in Liverpool, and it's during a winter production of Peter Pan, that things quickly take a dark turn. Rickman is brilliant in his role as the shady P.L O'Hara. Picture: Rex