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Encyclopedia > Characters in the Resident Evil films

This is a list of characters characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. The original Resident Evil was not based on any particular game in the series and the cast was composed entirely of original characters made for the film. The sequels, Resident Evil: Apocalypse and Resident Evil: Extinction, borrow plot elements from the games and adapt established characters such as Jill Valentine and Claire Redfield. Image File history File links Copyright-problem. ... Image File history File links Emblem-important. ... This article is about the video game series. ... Resident Evil is a 2002 science fiction horror film extremely loosely based on the Resident Evil series of survival horror games developed by Capcom, and the first in a series of film adaptations. ... For other uses, see Sequel (disambiguation). ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... Jill Valentine is a video game character in the Resident Evil survival horror series. ... Claire Redfield is a leading video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series of survival horror games. ...

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Alice

Main article: Alice (Resident Evil)

Alice is a fictional character and the primary heroine of the Resident Evil film series, based on the Resident Evil video game series. ...

Lisa Addison

Resident Evil film character
Lisa Addison
First Appearance Resident Evil
Portrayed By Heike Makatsch
Age Unknown
Gender Female
Relations Matt Addison (Brother)
Current Status Deceased

Lisa Addison (played by Heike Makatsch) is the sister of environmentalist Matt Addison. Lisa was employed by the Umbrella Corporation in a secret underground facility called The Hive, but had a plan to smuggle out a sample of the T-virus, to expose Umbrella's secret experiments. Lisa was contacted by Alice prior to the outbreak and was given security codes and other material to execute the plan. These facts are revealed periodically throughout Resident Evil, via flashbacks. Image File history File links Lisaaddison. ... Resident Evil is a 2002 science fiction horror film extremely loosely based on the Resident Evil series of survival horror games developed by Capcom, and the first in a series of film adaptations. ... Cover of CD single Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover, released 29 June 1999 Makatsch in her 1996 debut movie Männerpension as Maren Krummsieg Heike Makatsch (born August 13, 1971) is a German actress. ... This is a list of characters characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ... Cover of CD single Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover, released 29 June 1999 Makatsch in her 1996 debut movie Männerpension as Maren Krummsieg Heike Makatsch (born August 13, 1971) is a German actress. ... Bold textHello ... Matt Addison is a fictional character of the Resident Evil movies. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... The Hive has multiple meanings. ... T-Virus and G-Virus samples from Resident Evil 2. ...


In Resident Evil, when a sample of the T-Virus is released, the Red Queen seals The Hive and kills every inhabitant, including Lisa, with the halon firefighting system. When the Umbrella commando team shut down the Red Queen, it is discovered that all the former Hive employees have been turned into zombies. As a zombie, Lisa attacks Matt, but is killed by Alice before she can physically harm him.
The Red Queen is a fictional character in the Resident Evil film. ... Halon 1211 and Halon 1301 are special-purpose fire extiguishing agents that were banned by the Montreal Protocol. ... The following is a list of recurring fictional creatures that have appeared in the Resident Evil video game series. ...


Matt Addison

Resident Evil film character
Matt Addison
First Appearance Resident Evil
Portrayed By Eric Mabius
Age 29
Gender Male
Relations Lisa Addison (Sister)
Current Status Deceased

Matt Addison makes his first appearance in Resident Evil, played by Eric Mabius. Matt appears again in Resident Evil: Apocalypse as Nemesis, portrayed by Matthew G. Taylor under heavy prosthetics and make up. Image File history File links Mattresidentevil. ... Resident Evil is a 2002 science fiction horror film extremely loosely based on the Resident Evil series of survival horror games developed by Capcom, and the first in a series of film adaptations. ... Eric Harry Timothy Mabius (born April 21, 1971) is an American actor. ... This is a list of characters characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ... Eric Harry Timothy Mabius (born April 21, 1971) is an American actor. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... An actor who played the part of The Nemisis in Resident Evil:Apocalypse. ...


Resident Evil

Matt is first introduced when he grabs Alice inside the Spencer Mansion. He claims to be a police officer working for the R.P.D. when he is apprehended by one of the masked Umbrella Corporation Commandos during a mission into The Hive. Both Alice and Matt are taken into the underground complex to investigate the source of the Red Queen's malfunction. Raccoon Police Department is a fictional law-enforcing agency that appears in Capcoms Resident Evil survival horror franchise. ... The Red Queen The Hive (or Hive) is a fictional top secret underground laboratory in the 2002 film Resident Evil. ...


Matt is handcuffed and watched over by Rain and J.D. After Kaplan and Alice shut down the Red Queen, Rain's team is surrounded by legions of the undead Umbrella employees. In the commotion, Matt uncuffs himself and goes searching for his sister Lisa Addison, a Hive employee who was working in the research facility to smuggle out a sample of the T-Virus. Matt finds Lisa's desk, but finds out that she was turned into a zombie when she attacks him from behind. Matt is joined by Alice, after she kills Lisa with a paperweight, and he explains that his story was a cover to gain access to the Hive and expose Umbrella's experiments. Rain Ocampo is a fictional character from the Resident Evil. ... This article covers characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ... Undead is a collective name for mythological beings that are deceased yet behave as if alive. ... Lisa Addison is a fictional character from the film Resident Evil. ... T-Virus and G-Virus samples from Resident Evil 2. ...


The remainder of the team attempt to escape the complex via train. Before successfully escaping, the train is attacked by a Enhanced Licker, which scratches Matt on his arm. After the creature is killed, Matt and Alice escape the complex. Matt's arm begins to mutate due to an infection from the T-Virus.


Before Alice has a chance to administer the Anti-Virus, Umbrella scientists seize both Alice and Matt. Dr. William Birkin orders that Matt be placed into the Nemesis program. William Birkin in Resident Evil 0 In the video games Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil Zero, Dr. William Birkin is the fictional virologist who creates the powerful, but nearly impossible to contagiate G-Virus. ... Nemesis is a fictional monster from the Resident Evil series of survival horror games. ...


Resident Evil: Apocalypse

Matt as Nemesis shooting with a minigun in the movie Resident Evil Apocalypse.

In Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Matt is only shown through Alice's flashbacks. It is revealed that he was experimented on and as a direct result to the Nemesis Program, he has become the Nemesis. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Nemesis is a fictional monster from the Resident Evil series of survival horror games. ... A helicopter-mounted minigun operating during the Vietnam War The Minigun is a multibarreled machine gun with a high rate of fire (several thousand rounds per minute), employing Gatling-style rotating barrels and employing an external power source. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 movie Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... Nemesis is a fictional monster from the Resident Evil series of survival horror games. ...


He is activated on the orders of Major Timothy Cain to be tested in combat during the Raccoon City incident. After he obtains weapons drop shipped at the hospital Nemesis searches for other combatants. Cain's team discover a pocket of survivors. The remaining S.T.A.R.S. members take up defensive positions but are mowed down via Nemesis's minigun or in the case of the lone sniper, blown up via a rocket launcher. One civilian, L.J., is spared due to not being considered a threat (he dropped his weapons). Alice and Nemesis finally meet and the first major battle ensues. Nemesis perceives her as a Moderate threat and attacks, killing Peyton Wells. Alice draws him away from Jill and Terri and gets away relatively unscathed.


Towards the end of the movie Nemesis is ordered to fight Alice at the command of Major Timothy Cain, seemingly unaware of who she is. Nearing the end of the battle Nemesis recalls the events in Resident Evil and comes to the aid of Alice. Before the nuclear strike of Raccoon City, he helps Alice fight against the Umbrella commandos. Nemesis is apparently killed when a shot-down helicopter crash-landed onto him. This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


In the novel adaptation of Apocalypse, it is revealed he is only incapacitated under the helicopter and that he wasn't killed until the nuclear strike occurred. In the novel, Matt's consciousness had survived, but it struggles for control against Nemesis, which is portrayed as another consciousness with more control over his mutated body. He is helpless to stop Nemesis for most of the book. During the final battle with Alice, Matt attempts to regain control of his body by showing Nemesis his memories of Umbrella. This weakens Nemesis to the point that after he's impaled on a piece of metal, Matt regains control of his body, allowing him to assist Alice in her escape.


Angela Ashford

Resident Evil film character
Angela Ashford
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Sophie Vavasseur
Age 12
Gender Female
Relations Dr. Charles Ashford (Father)
Current Status Deceased (novel)
Unknown (film)

Angela "Angie" Ashford (played by Sophie Vavasseur) is the daughter of the T-Virus creator Dr. Charles Ashford. She is based on the video game character Sherry Birkin in Resident Evil 2. The surname of Ashford is derived from the Ashford family that played a prominent role in the plot of Resident Evil Code: Veronica. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... This is a list of characters characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ... Sophie Vavasseur is a young actress (born in 1992) who resides in Dublin, Ireland. ... T-Virus and G-Virus samples from Resident Evil 2. ... Dr. Charles Ashford is a fictional character from Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ... Sherry Birkin is a fictional character appearing in the video game, Resident Evil 2. ... Resident Evil 2 , Biohazard 2) is a survival horror game by Capcom originally released for the PlayStation in 1998 and the second installment in the Resident Evil series. ...


Resident Evil: Apocalypse

In Apocalypse, it is explained that Angela has the same medical condition as her father, which would have resulted in spending the remainder of her life confined to a wheelchair. This is prevented, though, with the creation of the T-virus, which in most human beings would cause uncontrollable mutation. The reproduction of dead cells that the T-virus causes is enough to allow Angela to walk, if kept in check with regular injections of an anti-virus. This article does not cite any references or sources. ...

A comparison of Angela Ashford (Sophie Vavasseur) and her game based character Sherry Birkin.

Due to her father's high position within the Umbrella Corporation, Umbrella employees evacuate Angela and attempt to get her out of the city before infection spreads. The attempt is unsuccessful, however, and forces Dr. Ashford to find another way to retrieve her from the city before all evidence of the viral outbreak is destroyed with a nuclear weapon. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Sophie Vavasseur is a young actress (born in 1992) who resides in Dublin, Ireland. ... Sherry Birkin is a fictional character appearing in the video game, Resident Evil 2. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... The mushroom cloud of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan, 1945, rose some 18 kilometers (11 mi) above the hypocenter A nuclear weapon derives its destructive force from nuclear reactions of fusion or fission. ...


Her location is soon found by her father, who then proceeds to find other survivors in order to make a deal with them. Dr. Ashford finds the few remaining survivors, including: Alice, Jill Valentine, and Carlos Oliveira. He explains he is capable of getting them out, but only if they retrieve Angela and bring her to him safely. Alice is a fictional character and the primary heroine of the Resident Evil film series, based on the Resident Evil video game series. ... Jill Valentine is a video game character in the Resident Evil survival horror series. ... Corporal Carlos Oliveira is a video game character in the survival horror game, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis played by voice actor Vince Corazza. ...


Angela is eventually saved and reunited with Dr. Ashford for a few moments before he is shot and killed by Major Timothy Cain. Angela leaves the city on an Umbrella helicopter, along with Alice, Jill, Carlos and L.J.. She is almost impaled by a metal shard that had detached from the helicopter's gun rack when the explosion of the nuclear weapon occurred, but is saved when Alice moves in front of the shard of metal, killing herself instead of Angela. She last appears in Apocalypse when Jill, Carlos and L.J. pose as covert Umbrella operatives in order to rescue a revived Alice from Umbrella's labs.
Major Timothy Cain is a fictional character from Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ... Alice is a fictional character and the primary heroine of the Resident Evil film series, based on the Resident Evil video game series. ...


Resident Evil: Extinction

In the Resident Evil: Extinction film, Angela is no longer featured nor mentioned. In the noncanon novelization, however, it is revealed that Alice killed her while under the control of Doctor Issacs as a test of Alice's programming.


Dr. Charles Ashford

Resident Evil film character
Dr. Charles Ashford
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Jared Harris
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Relations Angela Ashford (daughter)
Current Status Deceased

Dr. Charles Ashford (played by Jared Harris) is a wheelchair-bound scientist employed by the Umbrella Corporation. He is the father of Angela Ashford, whom the holographic representation of the Red Queen is modeled after. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... This is a list of characters characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ... Jared Harris (born 24 August 1961, in London, UK) is a British actor of Irish and Welsh descent. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article is about the profession. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... Angela Angie Ashford is a fictional character from the movie Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ... The Red Queen is a fictional character in the Resident Evil film. ...


Resident Evil: Apocalypse

In Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Dr. Ashford was responsible for the creation of the T-virus, which could revive dead or dying cells. He created it as a way of curing his daughter Angela of the affliction that kept him wheelchair-bound. Despite his intention of using the virus for medical purposes, the Umbrella took it away and began using it to develop viral weaponry. Dr. Ashford was also responsible for the construction of the Hive and was the programmer for the Red Queen, whose holographic representation he modeled after Angela. T-Virus and G-Virus samples from Resident Evil 2. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Red Queen The Hive (or Hive) is a fictional top secret underground laboratory in the 2002 film Resident Evil. ... A programmer or software developer is someone who programs computers, that is, one who writes computer software. ... This article is about the photographic technique. ...


During the outbreak at Raccoon City, Dr. Ashford was among the many valuable employees whom Umbrella had evacuated before quarantining the city. His daughter was to be evacuated, but did not get out in time. Dr. Ashford defied Major Timothy Cain's orders and contacted numerous survivors, including Alice, Jill Valentine and Carlos Oliveira, agreeing to help them escape the city in return for rescuing his daughter. Although they succeeded, Dr. Ashford was only afforded a brief reconciliation with his daughter before being killed by Major Cain. After Alice, Angela, and the rest of the survivors manage to escape on the helicopter, Dr. Ashford reanimates as a zombie and was among the undead who swarmed and killed the injured Cain.
This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Major Timothy Cain is a fictional character from Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ... Alice is a fictional character and the primary heroine of the Resident Evil film series, based on the Resident Evil video game series. ... Jill Valentine is a video game character in the Resident Evil survival horror series. ... Corporal Carlos Oliveira is a video game character in the survival horror game, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis played by voice actor Vince Corazza. ...


Nurse Betty

Resident Evil film character
Nurse Betty
First Appearance Resident Evil: Extinction
Portrayed By Ashanti
Age 26
Gender Female
Relations L.J. (implied boyfriend)
Current Status Deceased

Nurse Betty (played by Ashanti) is a nurse in Claire Redfield's convoy. In Resident Evil: Extinction Betty drives the paramedic car in the convoy, and tends to those who are wounded. She seems to share a relationship with L.J. who she is shown sharing dinner with in one instance. When the convoy is attacked by crows infected with the virus, she goes to help those trapped in a school bus. Betty held the window closed as the others escaped, getting seriously injured rescuing one last child. Once all the people had been transferred to another vehicle, Betty closed the door to the school bus in order to stop the crows from following, trapping herself inside as well. L.J. is physically distraught and calls after Betty, who is then killed by the crows. and later is burried with other charactors killed bye the crows.
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Timothy Cain

Resident Evil film character
Timothy Cain
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Thomas Kretschmann
Age 42
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Major Timothy Cain (played by Thomas Kretschmann) is the commander of Umbrella's military forces and the North American Division of Umbrella. Image File history File linksMetadata Majorcain. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... Thomas Kretschmann (born September 8, 1962) is a German actor who has also performed in Hollywood movies, mostly as ill-fated characters. ... Thomas Kretschmann (born September 8, 1962) is a German actor who has also performed in Hollywood movies, mostly as ill-fated characters. ... Commander is a military rank which is also sometimes used as a military title depending on the individual customs of a given military service. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ...


Major Cain originally came from Germany and had done an extended tour of duty with the US Army in the Middle East before employed by the Umbrella Corporation. His experiences with war and death had led him to believe that "life was cheap," and so he was known for treating his colleagues and subordinates coldly, all except for his old warbuddy who he hand-picked to lead the U.B.C.S.'s field operatives after his promotion. The Army is the branch of the United States armed forces which has primary responsibility for land-based military operations. ... A map showing countries commonly considered to be part of the Middle East The Middle East is a region comprising the lands around the southern and eastern parts of the Mediterranean Sea, a territory that extends from the eastern Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... For other uses, see War (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Life (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see War (disambiguation). ... Look up Buddy in Wiktionary, the free dictionary Buddy may refer to: Friend Buddy (Looney Tunes), an animated cartoon character in the Warner Bros. ... The U.B.C.S. logo The Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S.) is a fictional special forces unit featured in the video game Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, as well as in the Resident Evil Outbreak series. ... A promotion is the advancement of rank or position in an organizational hierarchy system. ...


When The Hive went offline it was Cain who ordered an investigation and later the reopening of the facility. When the T-Virus escaped and spread among the population of Raccoon City, Cain was placed in charge of handling the situation. Cain ordered all of Umbrella's employees and their families to be evacuated, and sealed off Raccoon City by setting up a wall around the city. During the crisis, Cain ordered the initiation of the Nemesis Program, which he had worked on with Dr. Sam Isaacs. The Red Queen The Hive (or Hive) is a fictional top secret underground laboratory in the 2002 film Resident Evil. ... T-Virus and G-Virus samples from Resident Evil 2. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Nemesis is a fictional monster from the Resident Evil series of survival horror games. ... Dr. Sam Isaacs is a fictional character whom first appears in Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ...


Cain killed Dr. Ashford in an attempt to force Alice to fight Nemesis. After the survivors helping Alice had freed themselves and took off, she pushed him out of the evacuation helicopter. Cain injured his leg and the zombies closed in on him. He shot several of them, but when he realized that resistance was pointless and tried to shoot himself, he had no bullets left. He was eaten by a mob of zombies, the reanimated Ashford being the first to attack.
Dr. Charles Ashford is a fictional character from Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ...


Chase

Resident Evil film character
Chase
First Appearance Resident Evil: Extinction
Portrayed By Linden Ashby
Age 39
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Chase (played by Linden Ashby) is a member of Claire Redfield's convoy and drives the gas tank. In Resident Evil: Extinction, he is referred to by L.J. as a cowboy and also wears a cowboy hat through many parts of the film. Although not much is told of him, he appears to be the member of the convoy responsible for maintaining the gasoline. When searching for gasoline in Las Vegas, he acts as a sniper, climbing the Paris Las Vegas Hotel replica of the Eiffel Tower and shooting down the super zombies (Crimson Heads) when they suddenly emerge. At first, Chase goes unnoticed by the zombies, but when another member of the convoy begins to seek refuge on the tower, the zombies climb and follow. Chase helps the member of the convoy, but is overwhelmed by the zombies. When he loses ammunition, unable to defend himself and bitten several times, he falls from the tower, taking the Crimson Heads with him, and lands on a metal beam below where the impact kills him.
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Nicholai Sokolov

Resident Evil film character
Nicholai Ginovaef
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Zack Ward
Age 35
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Nicholai Sokolov (played by Zack Ward) is a member of the U.B.C.S. He is based off the video game character of the same name in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. His character from the film and video game are significantly different. In the film, he is portrayed as heroic, openly displaying his dislike for Umbrella, while in the game he is cold cunning supervisor for Umbrella. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... Zack Ward (born August 31, 1970 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian actor. ... Zack Ward (born August 31, 1970 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian actor. ...


In Apocalypse, he is one of the few U.B.C.S. soldiers left in Raccoon City, along with squad leader, Carlos Olivera, his comrade, Yuri, and other soldiers. He participates in a final stand on the Raccoon City streets, along with his squad and the remaining Police and S.T.A.R.S forces. He practically saves Olivera and Yuri's life in the battle. Soon they are the only ones left and are overrun by the zombies, but are able to escape into the alleys. After Yuri is bitten, Nicholai and Olivera take him to a hospital, thinking that they may finally be rescued, but they got that wrong. After realizing that nobody is coming for them, Yuri turns into a zombie and bites Olivera's arm, but before he could attack again, Nicholai kills him. Later Nicholai and Carlos are called by Ashford who tells them to find his daughter. Both go to Angie Ashford's last location, her school and both split to find her. Nicholai finds and saves Jill Valentine from zombie dogs. He introduces himself to her and Angie Ashford, which Valentine seems to be relieved to see him. Suddenly a zombie dog attacks Nicholai, but he tells Valentine to run away and protect Angie. Right after she leaves, another dog appears and kills Nicholai. His body is later seen by Carlos Olivera and the rest of the survivors who grieve for a moment for him.


His last name is spelled as "Ginovev" in the television closed captions, "Ginovaef" in the credits, and "Sokolov" in the novelization. The official website also used "Sokolov" as his surname.




Captain Henderson

Resident Evil film character
Captain Henderson
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Dave Nichols
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Captain Ryan Henderson (played by Dave Nichols) is the captain of S.T.A.R.S. Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ...


He earned the scorn of Jill Valentine when refusing to support her claims about monsters living in the Arklay Mountains. Thus, when Henderson asked for Jill's help during the siege of Raccoon City by zombies, she turned him down. Henderson was among the many S.T.A.R.S members killed inside of the Mostly Colt gun store by Nemesis.


Dr. Isaacs

Resident Evil film character
Dr. Sam Isaacs
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Iain Glen
Age 46
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Dr. Sam Isaacs (played by Iain Glen) is a scientist employed by Umbrella. The character of Dr. Isaacs was named after the actor Jason Isaacs, who was originally considered for the role and provided a voice over narration in Resident Evil. At the time, Isaacs' role was credited as "Dr. William Birkin/Narrator", and after he could not make an appearance in Apocalypse, Iain Glen was brought in. The character was then changed to Dr. Isaacs. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... Iain Glen as Dr. Sam Isaacs in Resident Evil: Apocalypse Iain Glen (born on 24 June 1961 in Edinburgh, Scotland) is a Scottish film and stage actor. ... This article is about the Male sex. ... Iain Glen as Dr. Sam Isaacs in Resident Evil: Apocalypse Iain Glen (born on 24 June 1961 in Edinburgh, Scotland) is a Scottish film and stage actor. ... This article is about the profession. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... Jason Isaacs (born 6 June 1963) is a British actor. ... Resident Evil is a 2002 science fiction horror film extremely loosely based on the Resident Evil series of survival horror games developed by Capcom, and the first in a series of film adaptations. ... Iain Glen as Dr. Sam Isaacs in Resident Evil: Apocalypse Iain Glen (born on 24 June 1961 in Edinburgh, Scotland) is a Scottish film and stage actor. ...


Resident Evil: Apocalypse

First introduced in Apocalypse, he was involved in the creation of the Nemesis program with Major Timothy Cain, after Dr. Birkin was removed from the project. Nemesis is a fictional monster from the Resident Evil series of survival horror games. ... A program or programme (in management) has at least two senses: A collection of projects that is directed toward a common goal. ... Major Timothy Cain is a fictional character from Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ...


He was head of a team of scientists at the Raccoon City Hospital who experimented on Alice. After the Raccoon City incident, he continued further experimentation at a Umbrella laboratory in Detroit. He gave her a variety of telekinetic abilities. After Alice's escape, Isaacs activated "Program Alice", putting her under Umbrella's control. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Alice is a fictional character and the primary heroine of the Resident Evil film series, based on the Resident Evil video game series. ... The term psychokinesis (from the Greek ψυχή, psyche, meaning mind, soul, or breath; and κίνησις, kinesis, meaning motion; literally movement from the mind)[1][2] or PK, also known as telekinesis[3] (Greek + , literally distant-movement referring to telekinesis) or TK, denotes the paranormal ability of the mind to influence matter, time...


Resident Evil: Extinction

Dr. Isaac becomes a Tyrant creature.

In Resident Evil Extinction, Dr. Isaacs has replaced Timothy Cain as North American Operations Director and is Head of Umbrella Sciences Division. He has been tasked with finding a cure to the zombie plague that has swept the globe. Using blood samples from Alice, Dr. Isaacs and his team of scientists were able to create clones of Alice. Umbrella Chairman, Albert Wesker, has 100 clones created. Through tests of survival, many of the clones have failed to live up to the expectations of the original Alice. Dr. Isaacs defies orders against his second in command, Slater, and Albert Wesker. During one of the holographic meetings with the Umbrella executives, Dr. Isaac records Wesker's voice, to give the order allowing Dr. Isaacs the resources to go after Alice and capture her. Using his newly created Super-Undead against Alice and her friends, Isaacs is bitten by one of them and retreats back to the Umbrella base - an underground outpost similar to The Hive. To prevent further infection of the T-virus, he attempts to use the anti-virus to cure himself and injects himself with multiple vials of the sereum. He is then shot by Slater following orders from Albert Wesker; however, Isaacs survives and kills his second-in-command with his mutated hand, stabbing him through the eyes and mouth, then proceeds to kill everyone at the base. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... A Tyrant is a fictional creature from the Resident Evil series. ... In the computer game Resident Evil, a Crimson Head (or V-Act) is a type of zombie. ... The Red Queen The Hive (or Hive) is a fictional top secret underground laboratory in the 2002 film Resident Evil. ...


Isaacs, due to the increased infection from the bite and the anti-virus, mutates into a Tyrant- like creature. He is killed by Alice, after being lead into a replica of the security corridor leading to the Red Queen's Chamber from the original Hive facility as part of Project: Alice's training. The laser grid activates and kills him, as it did to One in the first film.
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Chad Kaplan

Resident Evil film character
Chad Kaplan
First Appearance Resident Evil
Portrayed By Martin Crewes
Age
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Chad Kaplan (played by Martin Crewes) was the computer expert and the inexperienced rookie of the team. The novelization of the film gives Kaplan's first name as Bart, and expands somewhat on his backstory. It is said he is a former FBI computer technician who was recruited into Umbrella to do field work. Also said is that Kaplan was one of the few people who knew his superior, One's, real name. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil is a 2002 science fiction horror film extremely loosely based on the Resident Evil series of survival horror games developed by Capcom, and the first in a series of film adaptations. ... Martin Crewes (born in 1968 in London, England), is principally a performing arts actor. ... Martin Crewes (born in 1968 in London, England), is principally a performing arts actor. ...


In Resident Evil, he is physically distraught after One, the medic, and two other team members were killed, leaving only him to complete the team's task in shutting down the Red Queen. After the survivors are led by the Red Queen into the Hive's service tunnels, Kaplan is separated from the main group.


He manages to survive on his own, and rejoins them just in time to let Alice, Matt, and Rain out of a sealed lab. In the novel, it is explained that he backtracked along the pipes until he came to an air vent which he climbed out through. He is killed by the Licker as the group attempts to escape the Hive via train. He is the last Umbrella agent to be killed in the film.


K-Mart

Resident Evil film character
K-Mart; Dahlia (novel)
First Appearance Resident Evil: Extinction
Portrayed By Spencer Locke
Age 14 (novel)
Gender Female
Relations Unknown
Current Status Alive

K-Mart (played by Spencer Locke) is a young woman in Claire Redfield's convoy. In Resident Evil: Extinction, K-Mart explains that she changed her name after Claire and the others had found her in a K-Mart store. She states she did not like her name and decided to change it because all those she knew from before the outbreak were dead. In the novel, her name is revealed, by Carlos and confirmed by K-Mart, to be Dahlia. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Spencer Locke (born September 20, 1991) is an American actress who has had various appearances as the role of Candida on Disney Channels Phil of the Future. ... Spencer Locke (born September 20, 1991) is an American actress who has had various appearances as the role of Candida on Disney Channels Phil of the Future. ... new Kmart logo Kmart Corporation was a US based corporation until it merged with Sears Holdings in November 2004. ...


During the events of the film, K-Mart is shown riding in the vehicle with Claire, whom Locke says she has a big sister relationship with. K-Mart is also close with Carlos Olivera, (in the novelization it is stated she has a crush on him) and Mikey as she is clearly distraught at both of their deaths. K-Mart bonds with Alice as well, giving her a bracelet and in the beginning of the film, explaining her name. Locke describes this as more of a mother-daughter relationship and that K-Mart "definitely look[s] up to Alice in this movie a lot."[1] K-Mart survives through most of the film, hiding in the vehicles, although she does kill a few zombies. In a zombie attack she is nearly killed by LJ, but Carlos shows up just in time to save her. But as Carlos pulled LJ out of the truck LJ turns around and bites Carlos in the arm. At the end she is one of the few who survive long enough to depart in a helicopter piloted by Claire on the way to Alaska.
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Yuri Loginova

Resident Evil film character
Yuri Loginova
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Stefan Hayes
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Yuri Loginova (played by Stefan Hayes) is a U.B.C.S. member who was in the same squad led by Carlos Olivera. Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... The U.B.C.S. logo The Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S.) is a fictional special forces unit featured in the video game Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, as well as in the Resident Evil Outbreak series. ... // Main article: Jill Valentine Carlos Oliveira Cpl. ...


In Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Yuri is another Russian member of the U.B.C.S. who was also in the same unit as Nicholai Ginovaef. Yuri was bitten by an infected man and although his team mates helped him to the Raccoon City Hospital, he died and turned into a zombie. His last act, before being shot by his comrade Nicholai, was biting Carlos in the arm infecting him. He is seen at the end of the film again as a zombie, one of the hundreds biting Major Timothy Cain when the camera zooms out.
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Mackenzie

Resident Evil film character
Mackenzie
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Geoffrey Pounsett
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Relations Flora (wife)
Current Status Deceased

Angus Mackenzie (played by Geoffrey Pounsett) is a Scottish-born citizen of Raccoon City who survived the initial outbreak of the T-virus. In the novelization of the film, his last name is spelled differently (McKenzie); he was also a telemarketer who was married to a woman named Flora. Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ...


In Resident Evil: Apocalypse, he sought refuge in a church after escaping zombies at the office building where he worked. Armed with a large revolver, Mackenzie tried to force Jill Valentine, Peyton Wells and Terri Morales away from the church, claiming it was his hiding place. When the church was swarmed with Lickers, Mackenzie panicked and was separated from the others. He was later killed when a Licker attacked him inside the church.


The Medic

The Medic (played by Liz May Brice) was the medic of the team and her name was unknown, however in the novelization it is given as Olga Danilova. She briefly made her only appearance in Resident Evil. The medic was decapitated in the laser room shortly into the film.
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Mikey

Resident Evil film character
Mikey
First Appearance Resident Evil: Extinction
Portrayed By Chris Egan
Age 23
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Mikey (played by Chris Egan) is electronics expert and the driver of the "computer station" portion of Claire Redfield's convoy. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Christopher Andrew Egan (born June 29, 1984 in Sydney, Australia), is an Australian actor best known for playing Nick Smith in the Australian soap opera Home and Away for 3 years. ... Christopher Andrew Egan (born June 29, 1984 in Sydney, Australia), is an Australian actor best known for playing Nick Smith in the Australian soap opera Home and Away for 3 years. ... This is a list of characters characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ...


In Resident Evil: Extinction, Mikey is shown being of Australian descent, having an Australian accent. He drives a former News Station van in which he has set up a variety of computers, including a radio broadcast machine. He is shown throughout the beginning of the film sending out broadcasts telling of the location of the convoy and asking for survivors to state their location. Later in the film when a battle ensues between the super zombies (Crimson Heads), created from Alice's blood, and the convoy, Mikey is one of the members to fight. He is jumped by a zombie, but Claire saves him. Shortly afterwards, he is ambushed by three more and Claire becomes physically upset trying to save him. She kills the zombies, but Mikey is already dead; Claire screams in distress, and this begins to wake Alice from the Umbrella-induced control she is under.


In the novelization, he is secretly in love with Claire, but this is not fully explored in the film. Mikey, however, does call Claire sweetheart in one instance.


Terri Morales

Resident Evil film character
Terri Morales
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Sandrine Holt
Age Unknown
Gender Female
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Terri Morales (played by Sandrine Holt) is the meteorologist for Raccoon City's Channel 7. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... Sandrine Holt (born November 19, 1972 in London, England), originally named Sandrine Ho is a model turned actress. ... Sandrine Holt (born November 19, 1972 in London, England), originally named Sandrine Ho is a model turned actress. ... Meteorology is the scientific study of the atmosphere that focuses on weather processes and forecasting. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


In Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Terri Morales was, according to deleted scenes, originally an anchor for Raccoon 7. In the novel adaptation, it was explained that she exposed a politician's crookedness without any sources to back up her claim, to which she had been demoted to weatherwoman. After her position was given to someone else, Terri was reassigned to the meteorology department. According to Sony's Apocalypse website, Terri was about to be approached by the Umbrella corporation for a position in their public relations department at the time of the Raccoon City outbreak.


During the viral outbreak in the city, Terri video taped the events as they emerged. Terri later on joined S.T.A.R.S. members Jill Valentine and Peyton Wells. When hiding out in a church, Terri expressed her interest of winning an Emmy for the video tape. Afterwards, Terri was involved in the rescue of Angela Ashford. While searching Angela's school, Terri was taken by surprise, overrun and eaten alive by a mob of zombie children. Her video camera captured her final moments, which mirrored the deaths of Joseph Frost and Kenneth Sullivan in the video game Resident Evil).
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Rain Ocampo

Resident Evil film character
Rain Ocampo
First Appearance Resident Evil
Portrayed By Michelle Rodriguez
Age 24[verification needed]
Gender Female
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Rain Ocampo (played by Michelle Rodriguez) is one of only two female members of One's commando team. She was the group's most skilled marksman, and had at least one close friend in J.D. Salinas. In the novelization, Rain's last name is given as Melendez and it is revealed that she joined Umbrella after her gender had resulted in her failure to be a member of any other SWAT team; this was similar to a later role of actress Rodriguez in the movie S.W.A.T. Image File history File links Rainocampo. ... Resident Evil is a 2002 science fiction horror film extremely loosely based on the Resident Evil series of survival horror games developed by Capcom, and the first in a series of film adaptations. ... Michelle Rodriguez, (born Mayte Michelle Rodriguez[1] on July 12, 1978 in San Antonio, Texas), is an American actress, best-known for her roles in the television series Lost and movies The Fast and the Furious, S.W.A.T. and Resident Evil. ... Michelle Rodriguez, (born Mayte Michelle Rodriguez[1] on July 12, 1978 in San Antonio, Texas), is an American actress, best-known for her roles in the television series Lost and movies The Fast and the Furious, S.W.A.T. and Resident Evil. ... For other uses, see Commando (disambiguation). ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... This article is about Special Weapons and Tactics. ... S.W.A.T. is a 2003 action crime movie and is a take on the television series of the same name. ...


In Resident Evil, Rain was able to get the train into the Hive working, and held Matt Addison prisoner. Shortly after, Rain, J.D., and Matt Addison were attacked by a horde of zombies while waiting for their teammates. Rain was bitten on the hand, thus becoming infected with the T-Virus, and she sustained more bites over the course of the film, speeding up the rate of infection. When trapped in a sealed room, the Red Queen informed the survivors that Rain would have to be killed, because of the infection, in order to let the rest of them go. Alice refused and although Rain was injected with the anti-virus, she transformed into a zombie aboard the escape train. Presumably the infection had simply progressed too far at that point to be cured, or that the formula was wrong, and thus Matt was forced to shoot her in the head.
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Carlos Olivera

Further information: Carlos Oliveira
Resident Evil film character
Carlos Olivera
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Oded Fehr
Age 36
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Carlos Olivera (played by Oded Fehr) is a U.B.C.S agent. It should be noted that he is based off of the video game character in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, but the game version of Carlos has the surname of Oliveira. In the film, his surname is spelled Olivera as shown on the back of the U.B.C.S. uniform. Corporal Carlos Oliveira is a video game character in the survival horror game, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis played by voice actor Vince Corazza. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... Oded Fehr (Hebrew: עודד פר; born 23 November 1970) is an Israeli film and television actor. ... Oded Fehr (Hebrew: עודד פר; born 23 November 1970) is an Israeli film and television actor. ...


In the novel, Carlos is guilt ridden from losing his team in Raccoon City and therefore plays a smaller leadership role in Claire Redfield's convoy. This article covers characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ...


He is the only one who has successfully received the antivirus and is the only one ever (throughout all three films) to survive a zombie bite. However, he doesn't survive his second bite and doesn't live long enough to become an infectant for he sacrifices himself for the convoy.


Resident Evil: Apocalypse

In Apocalypse, after the loss of two of team to the zombies that overwhelmed Raccoon City, Carlos is the sole survivor of his U.B.C.S squad. Carlos doesn't give up even though he himself has been infected by a friend; and he accepts the offer proposed by Dr. Ashford to get out of the city. He meets up with the other survivors and after saving L.J. from a zombie, Carlos finds three other survivors Alice, Jill, and Angela in the cafeteria. The five of them head to City Hall for transportation out of the city. On the way, Alice gives him the antivirus, saving him from turning into a zombie. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Alice is a fictional character and the primary heroine of the Resident Evil film series, based on the Resident Evil video game series. ...

A comparison of Oded Fehr as Carlos Oliveira.

At the evacuation point at City Hall, he and Alice take down the gaurds and save each other but still they are all captured by Umbrella under orders from Cain. After the battle, as Cain orders the Nemesis to kill Alice, Carlos breaks free of his bonds followed by Jill moments later and the two, along with Alice and their new ally Nemesis, take down their Umbrella captors. At end of the battle, Carlos, Alice, Jill, Angela, and L.J. are the only Raccoon City survivors, but they are unable to escape the full force of the nuclear blast, causing the helicopter to crash. Carlos is later wanted by police because of his involvement in a video of Raccoon city shot by Terri Morales, one that the media claims as a hoax later on. Three weeks later, Carlos and Jill pose as Umbrella agents and rescue Alice from an Umbrella facility. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Oded Fehr (Hebrew: עודד פר; born 23 November 1970) is an Israeli film and television actor. ... Corporal Carlos Oliveira is a video game character in the survival horror game, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis played by voice actor Vince Corazza. ...


Resident Evil: Extinction

Carlos returns in Extinction, helping to lead Claire Redfield's convoy of survivors across the Nevada desert. This article is about the U.S. State of Nevada. ...


In the novelization, Carlos and Alice form a strike team and help people around the nation that are overwhelmed with the undead. In a fight while trying to save college students, Alice leaves mid-fight and Carlos chases her all the way down to Detroit and tries to save her but Alice forced him and the team to leave her behind.


Carlos meets with Alice once more after a battle with carnivorous birds in which he was shielding a teenage girl from an arc of fire. Alice saves both of them and kills the birds. Carlos catches her as she faints from the effects of her powers. After meeting Claire, Alice and Carlos talk and he asked her about Detroit for he was unaware of a reason for her departure. In the book, something he says prompts Alice to believe that he had been actively searching for her after Detroit. They share a few moments together that are captured by the Umbrella satellite that is overhead. Afterwards, Alice informs the group to find sanctuary in Alaska, to which Carlos agrees. Official language(s) None[1] Spoken language(s) English 85. ...


During the last battle between the convoy and a group of zombies fused with Alice's blood, LJ turns and tries to bite K-Mart but Carlos after nearly being bitten by three zombies arrives just in time to save her. But, LJ quickly turns around and bites Carlos in the arm just before he is thrown to the sand and Carlos shoots him. Believing that the anti-virus would not cure him, Carlos decides to sacrifice himself for the convoy as they have no way to get past the hoards of zombies that block the way to the transport out. Even though Alice tries to convince him she can help him he argues saying that it is already too late. In the novelization, as Carlos and Alice are laying on ridge overlooking Isaacs's haven it is revealed that Carlos does have feelings for Alice, feelings he doesn't fully understand, and adds that Alice was important to him and that was the reason that he had followed her all the way to Detroit the last time he saw her.


Back in the convoy, he hugs everyone goodbye and Claire, K-Mart, and Alice even cries as he leaves. Carlos and Alice share a brief kiss before he leaves in a gas truck to charge into the zombies, detonating dynamites to clear a path into an Umbrella facility. His sacrifice enables the other survivors to make their way through the clearing to a helicopter to use to get to Alaska.


Otto

Resident Evil film character
Otto
First Appearance Resident Evil: Extinction
Portrayed By Joe Hursley
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Relations
Current Status Deceased

Otto (played by Joe Hursley) is a member of Claire Redfield's convoy and drives the school bus. The school bus portion of the convoy appears to be the vehicle responsible for the transportation of the younger children and is fitted with bunks as well. In Resident Evil: Extinction, Otto is shown passing out food to the convoy, being able to identify the contents of the cans by merely shaking the object. Shortly after, when infected crows attack the convoy, he attempts to drive the school bus out, but the windshield's view is obstructed by the birds and he crashes the vehicle into a pole. He and Nurse Betty stay behind to hold up the broken windshield to block the birds from entering the bus, allowing the others to leave as he stayed behind. The crows are able to get through eventually however, and he is killed. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... This article covers characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ...


He was named after Otto the busdriver from The Simpsons.
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Spence Parks

Resident Evil film character
Spence Parks
First Appearance Resident Evil
Portrayed By James Purefoy
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Relations Alice (Former Wife)
Current Status Deceased

Percival Spence Parks (played by James Purefoy) is a security operative placed at The Hive by the Umbrella Corporation to protect its main entrance. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil is a 2002 science fiction horror film extremely loosely based on the Resident Evil series of survival horror games developed by Capcom, and the first in a series of film adaptations. ... James Purefoy (born June 3, 1964) is an English actor born in Taunton, Somerset. ... Alice is a fictional character and the primary heroine of the Resident Evil film series, based on the Resident Evil video game series. ... James Purefoy (born June 3, 1964) is an English actor born in Taunton, Somerset. ... The Hive has multiple meanings. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ...


In Resident Evil, he is first introduced on the underground train to The Hive. At first unconscious, his symptoms seem to be the same as Alice, who was suffering from the effects of a nerve gas released in the Spencer Mansion. They are taken in with the team, who were sent to investigate the reason the Red Queen and is told who he truly is. Spence is told that he is a Security Operative placed at the mansion and that his revealed marriage to Alice was a fake, only created to protect his cover at The Hive. The Red Queen The Hive (or Hive) is a fictional top secret underground laboratory in the 2002 film Resident Evil. ... Alice is a fictional character and the primary heroine of the Resident Evil film series, based on the Resident Evil video game series. ... Also known as Nerve agents, it is the term used for a type of chemical warfare substance that interferes with the transmission of nerve impulses. ... The entrance of Spencer Mansion, as seen in the GameCube remake of Resident Evil. ... The Red Queen is a fictional character in the Resident Evil film. ...


While in the Hive, Spence follows the orders of the commando team and throughout the events in The Hive, Alice began seeing flashbacks of Spence and their life before. It is revealed that, Spence had planned to steal the T-Virus and sell it on the black market, but he partially did this for Alice as well. Even though their marriage was cover for their true identities, it is revealed that they had a romantic relationship. It is also revealed that Spence was the man who unleashed the T-Virus in the beginning sequence in the film, to cover up his theft. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into underground economy. ...


Taking a cynical good-bye from them, Spence leaves Alice and the other survivors locked in the virus lab and heads for the train, on which he has hidden the samples for both the virus and the anti-virus. On the way to the train, he is attacked by the Licker, set loose by the Red Queen. As the survivors make it back to the train, he tries to attack Alice but is too severely injured to stand upright. Returning his cynical goodbye, Alice takes an axe and kills the zombie Spence with one swift blow to the head.
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Claire Redfield

Further information: Claire Redfield
Resident Evil film character
Claire Redfield
First Appearance Resident Evil: Extinction
Portrayed By Ali Larter
Age Unknown
Gender Female
Relations Chris Redfield (novel) (brother)
Current Status Alive

Claire Redfield (played by Ali Larter) is the leader of a convoy of survivors. She is based off of the video game character of the same name that appears in the games Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil: Code Veronica. The game version of Claire is a young college student, and biker who was one of the main survivors of the Raccoon City incident; she traveled there to find her brother Chris Redfield who was a S.T.A.R.S. officer. Fangoria magazine reported that in the film, Claire would be in search for her brother in Alaska. The film, however makes no references that would confirm or deny a similar past to that of the game, or the existence of her brother. Claire Redfield is a leading video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series of survival horror games. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Alison Elizabeth Ali Larter (born February 28, 1976) is an American actress and former fashion model best known for her screen roles aimed at teenage audiences. ... Chris Redfield is a character in the Resident Evil video game series. ... Alison Elizabeth Ali Larter (born February 28, 1976) is an American actress and former fashion model best known for her screen roles aimed at teenage audiences. ... Resident Evil 2 , Biohazard 2) is a survival horror game by Capcom originally released for the PlayStation in 1998 and the second installment in the Resident Evil series. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Chris Redfield is a character in the Resident Evil video game series. ... Fangoria is a nationally-distributed US film fan magazine specializing in the genres of horror, psycho and exploitation films, in regular publication since 1979. ...


Larter had no previous knowledge of Claire, nor had she seen the previous films. She accepted the role citing Claire's strong will and her liking of portraying strong female characters. Larter explains on her character Claire, "She became the leader of this convoy. She's incredibly strong, patient. I think she serves a role for everyone within this convoy, let it be a mother to someone, a buddy, a best friend."[2] The naturally blond Larter dyed her hair a light red-brown to more closely match Claire's.

A comparison of Ali Larter as Claire Redfield.

The character of Claire did not exist in the early draft scripts for the film and previously Jill Valentine (who appeared in Resident Evil: Apocalypse played by Sienna Guillory) would continue the role in Extinction. Later producers Paul W.S. Anderson and Jeremy Bolt decided to have a separate game character appear along side the previous film's lead Alice (played by Milla Jovovich), saying, "We thought, rather than bring Jill back, put her with another game heroine."[2] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Alison Elizabeth Ali Larter (born February 28, 1976) is an American actress and former fashion model best known for her screen roles aimed at teenage audiences. ... Claire Redfield is a leading video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series of survival horror games. ... Jill Valentine is a video game character in the Resident Evil survival horror series. ... Sienna Tiggy Guillory (born March 16, 1975) is an English actress and model. ...


In Resident Evil: Extinction, Claire leads a convoy of survivors, along side Carlos Olivera, after the T-virus has overtaken most of the world's people. In the novelization, Claire organized the Convoy after being rescued by Carlos Olivera and L.J from a group of the undead. Claire leads the survivors across the Nevada desert, to Las Vegas and eventually to reach sanctuary in Alaska. At the end of the film, she and the remaining members of the convoy depart in an Umbrella helicopter (which she pilots) towards Alaska; it is unknown if she succeeds in her journey. For other uses, see Las Vegas (disambiguation) and Vegas (disambiguation). ...


Red Queen and White Queen

The Red Queen (played by Michaela Dicker) is a state of the art super computer, whose holographic avatar was modeled after Angela Ashford, daughter of Dr. Charles Ashford, the head programmer. She was designed to monitor the Hive's activities, employees, experiments, and the T-virus. Her system also expands through the Spencer Mansion. For other uses, see Supercomputer (disambiguation). ... The ten avatars of Vishnu, copyright BBT In Hindu philosophy, an avatar (also spelt as avatara) (Sanskrit: , ), most commonly refers to the incarnation (bodily manifestation) of a higher being (deva), or the Supreme Being (God) onto planet Earth. ... Angela Angie Ashford is a fictional character from the movie Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ... Dr. Charles Ashford is a fictional character from Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ... A programmer or software developer is someone who programs computers, that is, one who writes computer software. ... The Red Queen The Hive (or Hive) is a fictional top secret underground laboratory in the 2002 film Resident Evil. ... T-Virus and G-Virus samples from Resident Evil 2. ... The entrance of Spencer Mansion, as seen in the GameCube remake of Resident Evil. ...


Although the Red Queen made no appearances in the Resident Evil video games, she will be featured in the upcoming installment of the game Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles voiced by Tara Platt.[3] Tara O. Platt is an American film and television actress in as well as a voice actor. ...


The White Queen (played by Madeline Carroll) is later version of the Red Queen that provides a similar job for the Umbrella facility in Las Vegas, Nevada. Unlike The Red Queen, The White Queen has further advanced holographic technology and has a more convincing appearance of a child in comparison to the semi-translucent Red Queen hologram. Madeline Mads Carroll (born March 18, 1996 in Los Angeles, California) is an American child actress, who has appeared in shows like Cold Case, Night Stalker, Wanted and Lost. ... For further information, see Las Vegas metropolitan area and Las Vegas Strip. ...


Resident Evil

Resident Evil film character
Red Queen
First Appearance Resident Evil
Portrayed By Michaela Dicker
Age Unknown
Gender Female
Relations White Queen (sister AI)
Current Status Deactivated

In the Resident Evil, the Red Queen activated her primary and secondary defenses when she detected a sudden leak of a certain extreme biohazard (revealed later in the movie to be the T-Virus). She responds to this leak by sealing the Hive entrances and locking in all of the Umbrella researchers. Once the lab is sealed, she then proceeds to mercilessly eradicate all of the Umbrella employees inside. A side effect of the defense systems is a memory erasing gas released in the mansion above the Hive that affects Alice. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil is a 2002 science fiction horror film extremely loosely based on the Resident Evil series of survival horror games developed by Capcom, and the first in a series of film adaptations. ... This is a list of characters characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ...


When a commando team (revealed in Resident Evil: Apocalypse as the U.B.C.S.) sent by Umbrella arrives at the Hive to investigate, the Red Queen detects their approach. Once they approach the hallway leading to her central chamber, Red Queen's defense systems go online once again, locking in most of the team members inside the hallway and subsequently killing them. When Alice and Kaplan enter the chamber, they disable her main circuit breakers in order to prevent her from rebooting. After being threatened by the team, the Red Queen is forced to show the team a way out of the Hive; otherwise they would have taken her offline permanently. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Umbrella Corporation. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... Alice is a fictional character and the primary heroine of the Resident Evil film series, based on the Resident Evil video game series. ... A 2 pole miniature circuit breaker A circuit breaker is an automatically-operated electrical switch designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by overload or short circuit. ... This article is about the television program ReBoot. ...


The Red Queen isn't heard from again until later in the film when Alice, Matt, and Rain are the only remaining survivors, trapped in a locked laboratory. She explains she would release them once Rain has been killed, since Rain had been infected with the T-Virus. Alice refuses, knowing of an Anti-Virus on the train, but the Queen in reply claims that the risk is too large. The Red Queen is then disabled by Kaplan.


Resident Evil: Extinction

Resident Evil film character
White Queen
First Appearance Resident Evil: Extinction
Portrayed By Madeline Carroll
Age Unknown
Gender Female
Relations Red Queen (sister AI)
Current Status Active

In Resident Evil: Extinction, Alice encounters another holographic artificial intelligence computer called the White Queen. The White Queen helps Alice, saying that, like the original Red Queen, her purpose is to protect human life. She reveals to Alice the cure for the T-Virus and offers to help her create it, but Alice must first kill Dr. Isaacs. She defended the actions of the Red Queen, citing that the Red Queen had done what was necessary at the time. The White Queen was originally planned to appear in Resident Evil, however was cut from the final screenplay.[4] In the screenplay, her character was brought online by Umbrella to shut down the Red Queen after residents of the Hive were gassed to death. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Madeline Mads Carroll (born March 18, 1996 in Los Angeles, California) is an American child actress, who has appeared in shows like Cold Case, Night Stalker, Wanted and Lost. ... This is a list of characters characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ... Resident Evil is a 2002 science fiction horror film extremely loosely based on the Resident Evil series of survival horror games developed by Capcom, and the first in a series of film adaptations. ... Bromochlorodifluoromethane, also known by the trade name Halon 1211, or BCF, or Halon 1211 BCF, or Freon 12B1, is a haloalkane with the chemical formula is CF2ClBr. ...


It is interesting to note (and clearly shown in the picture) that, despite being a holographic representation, she still has a shadow. This may be an overlooked blooper, or perhaps an extension of the hologram.
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J.D. Salinas

Resident Evil film character
J.D. Salinas
First Appearance Resident Evil
Portrayed By Pasquale Aleardi
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

J.D. Salinas (played by Pasquale Aleardi) is a soldier on the commando team who was also a good friend of Rain. In the novelization of the film, J.D.'s surname is given as Hawkins. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil is a 2002 science fiction horror film extremely loosely based on the Resident Evil series of survival horror games developed by Capcom, and the first in a series of film adaptations. ...


In Resident Evil, he and Rain were the first to encounter the zombies. While trying to escape the zombie hordes set loose upon them, he was grabbed and pulled away from her into a corridor swarming with the infected. He was swarmed and killed, becoming a zombie shortly after. He attacks Rain and wounds her, when she hesitates to kill him. Rain pushes him away and shoots him. His name may be a reference to author J.D. Salinger.
Jerome David Salinger (born January 1, 1919) is an American author best known for The Catcher in the Rye, a classic coming-of-age story that has enjoyed enduring popularity since its publication in 1951. ...


James "One" Shade

Resident Evil film character
James "One" Shade
First Appearance Resident Evil
Portrayed By Colin Salmon
Age 40
Gender Male
Relations unknown
Current Status Deceased

James "One" Shade (played by Colin Salmon) was the leader of the commando team. He was quiet and businesslike and to nearly everyone, he was known as "One". Shortly into the film, One and a few of his team members were trapped in the laser room. He had survived most of the lasers, but was killed when the lasers formed an unavoidable laser grid, cutting him into pieces.
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The Commandos

Warner and Twelve (played by Torsten Jerabek and Marc Logan-Black respectively) were the other two commandoes in One's team. Despite being simply identified in the credits as "Commando #1" and "Commando #2," their names are shown during a brief scene as they approach the Hive entrance and are scanned by the Red Queen. Their names in the novelization are given as Alfonso Warner and Vance Drew. Twelve originally had a much larger role in the original script. He was the team's computer expert instead of Kaplan, and did more or less everything Kaplan did in the finished film. However, for unknown reasons Twelve was made into a minor character and all of the dialogue and his role in the story was given to Kaplan.


In Resident Evil, both are killed in the laser room shortly into the film. One of them was presumably killed when he went into shock after the Red Queen's laser sliced off his fingers and he was immobile when the lasers formed a grid. The other tried to jump over the laser but got cut in half at the waist.


Jill Valentine

Further information: Jill Valentine
Resident Evil film character
Jill Valentine
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Sienna Guillory
Age 23
Gender Female
Relations Unknown
Current Status Alive (Novel)
Unknown (Film)

Jill Valentine (played by Sienna Guillory) is a S.T.A.R.S. officer who was involved in the Raccoon City Incident. She is based off of the video game character of the same name who was a main character in both the Resident Evil and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis games. A promotional document for Resident Evil: Apocalypse, created to pose as a newspaper article, states that Jill was dismissed from the S.T.A.R.S. team for making "wild accusations of monsters living in the Arklay Mountains", and made those accusations because of post traumatic stress after the death of her partner, Leon Kennedy (Kennedy is also a game character, but does not make any appearance in the film).[5] This adds to similarities between the movie and the game Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, but they're considered alternate universes. The film version of Jill wears the same clothes as the video game version in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. Jill Valentine is a video game character in the Resident Evil survival horror series. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... Sienna Tiggy Guillory (born March 16, 1975) is an English actress and model. ... Sienna Tiggy Guillory (born March 16, 1975) is an English actress and model. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Resident Evil (known in Japan as Biohazard )) is a media franchise consisting of a survival horror video games series, comic books, novelizations, three Hollywood motion pictures, and a variety of collectibles, including action figures, strategy guides and publications. ... The Arklay Mountains (or Arclay Mountains) is a fictional region from the Resident Evil series. ... Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), is a term for the psychological consequences of exposure to or confrontation with stressful experiences, which involve actual or threatened death, serious physical injury or a threat to physical integrity and which the person found highly traumatic. ... Leon Scott Kennedy is a video game character from the Resident Evil series of video games. ...


Sienna Guillory was reported to have studied the movements the character from watching taped playthroughs of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. Previous to getting the script for the film, she had not been familiar with the video games or had seen the Resident Evil film. Guillory describes her version of Jill as, "very human and identifiable."[6]


Resident Evil: Apocalypse

In Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Jill seems to be one of the few to understand the situation with the outbreak. She knows that the zombies must be shot in the head, and explains this before trying to leave Raccoon City. Jill is stopped, however when Umbrella closes the gates out of the city, trapping her and the rest of the citizens inside. Along with friend and fellow officer, Peyton Wells, she takes other survivors and hides in a church. There, she meets Alice and they go off to find Angela Ashford. Angela's father had made a deal with the group to evacuate them in exchange for the safe return of his daughter. During this time, Jill is forced to kill Wells, who has turned into a zombie. Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ...

A comparison of Sienna Guillory as Jill Valentine.

Later, Jill is the first to find Angela and is joined by Carlos Olivera and Alice. Although Carlos and Jill appeared in the video game Resident Evil 3: Nemesis together, the film version shows that the two had no previous relations. When the group makes their way to the evacuation point, they are captured, but soon Jill and the others make an escape. She protects Angela and gets her onto the helicopter and the survivors leave Raccoon City. They however, do not get far enough away from the nuclear blast and the helicopter crashes in the Arkley Mountains. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Sienna Tiggy Guillory (born March 16, 1975) is an English actress and model. ... Jill Valentine is a video game character in the Resident Evil survival horror series. ...


At the end of the film, Jill and Carlos pose as Umbrella agents to save Alice from an Umbrella facility.


Resident Evil: Extinction

Sienna Guillory did not reprise her role in Resident Evil: Extinction. During the film's pre-production stage, Guillory had confirmed in an interview with Empire magazine that she was given an offer but couldn't accept due to scheduling conflicts with Eragon.[7] Empire is a British film magazine published monthly by Emap Consumer Media since July 1989. ... This article is about the film. ...


In the novelization of the film, however, it is revealed that she separated to draw off the FBI. After San Francisco is overrun, Jill managed to get the FBI to believe the truths shown in Terri Morales' videotape detailing the Raccoon City outbreak. She is released and meets up with Carlos, taking off again later saying she no longer wants to be a part of the group. She locates a vehicle and supplies, and heads to the eastern seaboard, settling in Baltimore. Jill is nearly killed by a group of survivors who have taken over a convention center in the city who aim to steal possessions, but she instead rallies a group of survivors to capture the convention center and, along with a former police officer named Jasper, launches an attack. They recover the facility and Jill considers continuing on her journey alone, because she feels that she is not a leader. Jasper convinces her otherwise and she leads the group of over a hundred survivors.
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L.J.

Resident Evil film character
L.J.
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Mike Epps
Age 36
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Lloyd Jefferson Wayne or L.J. (played by Mike Epps) serves as the comic relief in the movie. L.J. is a taxi driver (a hustler according to the Resident Evil: Extinction novel) who got arrested during the outbreak of the T-virus in Raccoon City for as yet unspecified reasons. The novelization claims that L.J. was initially arrested for a Pyramid Scheme in which he involved his own mother. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... Mike Epps (born November 18, 1970 in Indianapolis, Indiana) is an American comedian and actor. ... Mike Epps (born November 18, 1970 in Indianapolis, Indiana) is an American comedian and actor. ... Comic relief is the inclusion of a humorous character or scene or witty dialogue in an otherwise serious work, often to relieve tension. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The unsustainable geometric progression of a classic pyramid scheme A pyramid scheme is a non-sustainable business model that involves the exchange of money primarily for enrolling other people into the scheme, usually without any product or service being delivered. ...


Resident Evil: Apocalypse

He is first shown in Apocalypse, handcuffed next to a zombie prostitute at the police station, saved by Jill Valentine, who shoots the zombies and then unlocked his handcuffs, releasing him and advising him to leave town. Later on traveling the city in his Cadillac, he crashes his car at the sight of zombified strippers, and was forced to flee on foot. Walking alone he was saved again by a S.T.A.R.S. sniper positioned on the rooftop of an abandoned store. Joining the S.T.A.R.S. who had holed up in the building, L.J. witnessed the first deployment of Nemesis, who killed the S.T.A.R.S. members but left L.J. (as the Nemesis had no instructions concerning him) alive. Jill Valentine is a video game character in the Resident Evil survival horror series. ... The Special Tactics and Rescue Service (S.T.A.R.S.) (also referred to non-canonically as the Special Tactics and Rescue Squad) is a fictional law-enforcing task force that appears in Capcoms Resident Evil survival horror franchise. ... Nemesis is a fictional monster from the Resident Evil series of survival horror games. ... This article is related to the Resident Evil series. ...


Later on, L.J. ran into Jill and Terri Morales and joined them in their search for Angela Ashford. At Angela's school, he is saved by U.B.C.S agent, Carlos Oliveira who joins the group. L.J. then assists in their escape from Raccoon City as it became the target for a nuclear strike by Umbrella. After the events at Raccoon city L.J, along with Carlos, Jill, and Angela(hiding) pretends to be an Umbrella agent to rescue Alice from the Detroit Facility. Terri Morales is a fictional character from Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ... Angela Angie Ashford is a fictional character from the movie Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ... Corporal Carlos Oliveira is a video game character in the survival horror game, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis played by voice actor Vince Corazza. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ...


Resident Evil: Extinction

Mike Epps returned as L.J. in Resident Evil: Extinction as a member of Claire Redfield's convoy, traveling through Nevada, and eventually to Las Vegas. Along with Carlos from the previous film, he is the only other survivor from Raccoon City. The novelization and film implies a romantic relationship with Betty, a nurse in the convoy from whom he hides an infected undead's bite. For other uses, see Las Vegas (disambiguation) and Vegas (disambiguation). ...


Early in the film, Carlos and L.J. search in an abandoned motel for gas, food and supplies is attacked by zombies. During the attack L.J. was bitten, but Carlos managed to help him. Afterwards, L.J. does not tell Nurse Betty that he is bitten, hiding it from all other members of the convoy as well. The convoy is then attacked by mutated zombie crows the next morning. L.J and Nurse Betty attempt to help trapped people in the school bus, and Nurse Betty stays behind to hold the windows and keep the crows from getting in the bus. She then saves the last child and passes him to L.J. Betty tells him to leave and he is physically distraught when she is killed by the crows. Shortly after when the group arrive in Las Vegas, L.J. turns into a zombie and tries to bite K-Mart who saved him moments before. Instead, Carlos takes him out of there and gets the bite instead. LJ is then shot in the head by Carlos a moment later.


Peyton Wells

Resident Evil film character
Peyton Wells
First Appearance Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Portrayed By Razaaq Adoti
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Deceased

Peyton Wells (played by Razaaq Adoti) is a member of the S.T.A.R.S. team. Wells is a very close friend of Jill Valentine and the only S.T.A.R.S. member who supported her when she made claims about monsters living in the Arklay Mountains. Wells bears a strong resemblance to Kenneth Sullivan, a member of the S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team from the video game Resident Evil. Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (700x1052, 62 KB)source:http://www. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... This article is related to the Resident Evil series. ... Jill Valentine is a video game character in the Resident Evil survival horror series. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Arklay Mountains (or Arclay Mountains) is a fictional region from the Resident Evil series. ...


In Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Wells assisted members of the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S.) and the Raccoon City Police Department (R.P.D.) on the Raven's Gate Bridge in an effort to keep the infected citizens contained within Raccoon City. He was bitten trying to hold a zombie down, who bit him on the leg. The U.B.C.S. logo The Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S.) is a fictional special forces unit featured in the video game Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, as well as in the Resident Evil Outbreak series. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... An infection is the detrimental colonization of a host organism by a foreign species. ...


Wells, along with Jill and Terri Morales, hid in a church. After surviving an encounter with Lickers in a church, he continued in a mission to find Angela Ashford, but he was shot down by Nemesis. He was later reanimated by the T-Virus, attacking Jill and Terri while they were hot wiring a car; Jill shot him in the head.
For the architectural structure, see Church (building). ... Angela Angie Ashford is a fictional character from the movie Resident Evil: Apocalypse. ...


Albert Wesker

Further information: Albert Wesker
Resident Evil film character
Albert Wesker
First Appearance Resident Evil: Extinction
Portrayed By Jason O'Mara
Age 38
Gender Male
Relations Unknown
Current Status Alive

Albert Wesker (played by Jason O'Mara) is the Chief of the Umbrella Corporation. He is based off of the video game character of the same name that is the primary antagonist of the series, and has appeared or been mentioned in most of the Resident Evil games. The video game version of the character is often referred to as simply Wesker, while in the film he is the head of the Umbrella corporation and therefore referred to as Chairman Wesker. Albert Wesker is a fictional character in Capcoms Resident Evil series. ... Image File history File links Metadata No higher resolution available. ... Born in Dublin, Ireland, on August 6, 1972, Jason OMara is an actor. ... Born in Dublin, Ireland, on August 6, 1972, Jason OMara is an actor. ... This article or section on a video game-related subject may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ...


Resident Evil: Extinction producer Paul Anderson stated a character from the earlier games would appear and during the Game Head special, it was confirmed that Albert Wesker would make an appearance. The character had been speculated to appear by fans since 2005, when Sony purchased the rights from Capcom to use the character.[8] Resident Evil, known in Japan as Biohazard ), is a survival horror video game by Capcom and is the inaugural title in the Resident Evil series. ... Game Head is a television show about video games hosted by games journalist Geoff Keighley. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... For the original NASA meaning, see capsule communicator. ...


He is shown in person only in the film Resident Evil: Extinction, as the Chief of the Umbrella corporation, but it is implied that he had been in the position through the events of both Resident Evil and Resident Evil: Apocalypse. During the events of Extinction, he heads the corporation from an office in Tokyo, Japan and participates in holographic meetings with the other Umbrella executives from the different countries. He orders Dr. Isaacs to create a cure for the T-Virus outbreak, and later orders the death of the scientist when Isaacs defies his direct orders. Wesker leaves the second in command of the North American branch, Alexander Slater, in charge. When Isaacs mutates into a Tyrant and kills all employees in the North American facility, Wesker decides to control future scientific experimentation from his Japan facility. At the end of the film, Alice interrupts a holographic meeting with Wesker and the executives, stating that she is coming for them and bringing an army of her clones. Tokyo (東京; Tōkyō, lit. ... This article covers characters introduced in the Resident Evil film series. ... A Tyrant is a fictional creature from the Resident Evil series. ...


In July 2005, the producers openly discussed the possibility of following Extinction with a fourth film. In an article published in 2006, details were revealed the film would take place in Tokyo, Japan and that Alice would be returning.[9]
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References

  1. ^ Resident Evil: Extinction – Spencer Locke Interview. horror.com. Retrieved on 2007-09-22.
  2. ^ a b Resident Evil: Extinction - Interview w/Star Ali Larter. bloody-disgusting.com. Retrieved on 2007-09-16.
  3. ^ Tara Platt's Official Website Role Credits
  4. ^ White Queen Emitted. Horror Lair. Retrieved on 2007-10-08.
  5. ^ Raccoon City Times. Sony Pictures. Retrieved on 2007-10-03.
  6. ^ Resident Evil: Apocalypse - Jill Valentine. youtube.com. Retrieved on 2007-09-21.
  7. ^ Sienna Guillory's interview from Empire magazine[1]
  8. ^ Movies Online (2005). Movies Online: Albert Wesker To Appear. Movies Online. Retrieved on 2006-05-15.
  9. ^ Steven Chupnick (July 8, 2006). Resident Evil: Extinction ...Coming Soon. Movie Web. Retrieved on 2006-07-08.

 
 

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