[[quoteright:350:[[Literature/TheDaVinciCode http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ud2albdvcode_4244.jpg]]]]
[[caption-width-right:350: ''[[SerialKiller Murder]]'' is his specialty.]]

A common [[RedRightHand distinguishing mark]] to show that a character is evil is to make the character an albino. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albinism Albinism]] is a condition that affects the production of melanin, causing the body and hair of the subject to be white. [[UndeathlyPallor Stark white skin]] and [[WhiteHairBlackHeart white hair]] are both commonly used as indicators of villainy in their own right, so albinism provides a convenient scientific excuse to make a villain look evil. Because red eyes are a side-effect of some types of albinism, including rare types in humans, many evil albinos also have [[RedEyesTakeWarning scary red eyes]] that provide a contrast to their otherwise white features.

In real life, albinism and similar conditions tend to carry with them a lot of physical drawbacks, including shortsightedness, photophobia and extreme sensitivity to ultraviolet rays. While an evil albino might be an EvilCripple due to his or her condition, a villain's albinism is typically used purely for aesthetic purposes and rarely causes any problems.

This trope has been an [[JustForFun/TelevisionIsTryingToKillUs incredibly damaging]] stereotype in places such as medieval Europe and present-day Africa, where albinos have been [[BurnTheWitch harassed, attacked, or even murdered under the belief that they are witches]]. Also in Africa (specifically UsefulNotes/{{Tanzania}}, which has the highest rate of albinism in the world), [[HumanResources body parts from albinistic humans]] are sold for use in magical rituals, and it's believed that sex with an albino woman will cure someone of HIV, leading to rape and subsequent HIV infection.

See also WhiteHairBlackHeart, UndeathlyPallor and RedEyesTakeWarning. For tropes about villains with other disabilities, see DepravedDwarf, EvilCripple, and EunuchsAreEvil. Notable aversions and subversions of this trope should be listed under HeroicAlbino.


[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* Kaworu from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' is frequently assumed to be an albino. Some artists hypercorrect this aspect in fanart by turning his gray hair white. The original character designer tends to use one when he thinks it looks cool, Hideaki Anno [[{{Jossed}} nixes the idea]] that it's anything more than a way of [[CaptainObvious cuing the audience they're odd characters]] that shows up well in animation. There's also the fact that while Kaworu is indeed very pale, his eye color doesn't match up with albinism: an albino's eyes are a faint pinkish color, whereas Kaworu has deep blood-red eyes. And finally, Kaworu subverts this trope by being [[AffablyEvil one of the nicest characters on the show]] despite his [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt misguided goals]]. By the end of the episode, [[spoiler:[[LoveRedeems after falling in love with Shinji]], Kaworu is a downright HeroicAlbino]].
* Naga, the ArcVillain of the first season of ''Anime/{{Bakugan}}'', is a "White One", an elementless Bakugan formed when worlds in Vestroia are created. His sister Wavern is also a White One but is firmly on the heroes' side to save Earth and Vestroia from Naga's insanity.
* Angelo Sauper from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn''.
* Accelerator [[spoiler:([[HeelFaceTurn formerly]])]] from ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex''. He theorizes it's caused by his vector redirection power subconsciously deflecting all UV radiation away from him, making his skin unable to produce melanin.
* In a sense, Enishi from ''Manga/RurouniKenshin''. [[spoiler: He's not properly an albino as he had black hair as a kid, but it turned white after his beloved sister was killed.]]
* Dilandau from ''Anime/TheVisionOfEscaflowne'' is one of the greatest examples in anime. It's a shame that Bat Shit Insane Albino isn't a trope.
* Princess Hinoto from ''Manga/{{X 1999}}'' is a sterling example of a subversion of this trope. [[spoiler: That is, until it's revealed that she has an EvilTwin personality buried deep within her psyche that was only gathering the heroes together in order to off them at her leisure one by one.]]
* Makoto Isshiki from ''Anime/RahXephon'', who is even nicknamed "White Snake".
* Heine from ''Manga/DogsBulletsAndCarnage''. He starts off as a total AxCrazy NominalHero, and though CharacterDevelopment moved him away from this trope, it's definitely still there on some level.
* Hokuto in ''Manga/CorpsePrincess''
* [[spoiler:The Wretched Egg]] from ''Manga/DeadmanWonderland''. As well as Chan and En, the CreepyTwins.
* Fate Averruncus in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''.
* Muraki in ''Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness''
* Subverted (of course) in ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex''. Kuze, the most wanted top terrorist of Japan, is a cyborg who had his body build with very pale skin and white hair, and even got the face sculpted by a famous artist. He only wears white, including a long white coat, and uses a silver katana in his attempt to assassinate the prime minister. But it being ''Ghost In The Shell'', there's a lot more to him. Worth noting however, that his gray hair is a later addition to his appearance; in flashbacks his hair is brown. And he only wears white while he belongs to the anti-refugee terrorist organization Individual Eleven. After he quits and joins the refugees' cause he switches to more utilitarian brown leather coat and blue jeans for the rest of the series.
* Prozen from ''Anime/ZoidsChaoticCentury''.
* Mao from ''Anime/CodeGeass''. He is also one of the few examples who somewhat sidesteps the RedEyesTakeWarning trope: his eyes are more pink than red, and they're shown to be naturally blue or purple; but they turned reddish-pink when his Geass overtook them (instead, the ''good'' albino character has red eyes).
* Subverted by Miyabi from ''Manga/{{Madness}}''. She was a badass [[TheUnfettered Unfettered]] [[TranquilFury Calm]]-but-AxCrazy BloodKnight DarkActionGirl who was pretty much universally feared... but that was due to MindControl. Once she's free of the "[[TitleDrop madness]]", she becomes a HeroicAlbino -- and, surprisingly, retains all of her badass combat abilities.
* [[spoiler:Jin]] from ''Anime/InnocentVenus''.
* Shadow Prove from ''Anime/{{Bakugan}} New Vestroia'' is most probably albino. He often laughs at other peoples problems and tries to annoy but hates being insulted by Mylene, his companion. He is part of the evil organisation Vexos.
* [[BigBad Ragyo Kiryuin]] from ''Anime/KillLaKill'' appears to be this. She has red eyes (with mostly pink pupils, too, although there's a tiny spot of black in the center), chalk-white skin, and silvery-white hair, and is a [[{{Sadist}} sadistic]] BloodKnight CorruptCorporateExecutive EvilOverlord with an [[ParentalIncest unhealthy attraction]] to her daughter Satsuki [[spoiler: and her other daughter Ryuko]]. Satsuki [[spoiler: and Ryuko]], however, have perfectly normal pigmentation.
* Kate from ''Anime/WorldConquestZvezdaPlot'' is a VillainProtagonist determined to conquer the world.
* Downplayed in ''Manga/ShokugekiNoSoma'': Alice Nakiri is an albino, and consistently portrayed with alabaster skin, silver hair and red eyes. Alice is never actively malicious, but she is smug, arrogant and highly competitive (or rather, more so than the rest of the cast), and often acts in an antagonistic role.
* One of [[ItWasHisSled the twists that everyone knows]] in ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' is that [[spoiler:Kyubey, the girls' albinistic WeaselMascot,]] is actually the BigBad of the series. Not straight-up ''evil'', though -- just a completely inhuman EldritchAbomination with BlueAndOrangeMorality and a strong WellIntentionedExtremist streak. [[ObliviouslyEvil From his point of view, he's the hero of the universe.]]

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Tombstone, in the ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' comics is an African-American with albinism. He is a mob hitman. While his deathly pallor makes him look creepy enough, he also always speaks in a whisper - exactly why has never been explained - and has [[ScaryTeeth filed his teeth into points.]] In ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' AnimatedAdaptation, he's the BigBad crimelord the Big Man, a VillainWithGoodPublicity whose public persona is mega-philanthropist L. Thompson Lincoln, ''despite'' his skintone and ''[[RedRightHand pointy teeth]].'' Tombstone existed in [[WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries the 1990s animated series]] as well, but was normal-looking until the accident that rendered him MadeOfIron and possibly TheUndead.
* Nekra, a mutant villain who has fought a variety of heroes (including Comicbook/ShannaTheSheDevil, Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}, Comicbook/SpiderWoman, and others) has been described as an albino, but this is not true from a biological standpoint. (Her skin has no pigment, but her eyes and hair do; her pale skin and vampiric appearance are side effects of her mutation.) Nekra's sometime lover/accomplice/friend Mandrill was a black boy born to white parents for much the same reason.
* Tobias Whale in Franchise/TheDCU is an African-American albinistic mobster whose villainy induces Jefferson Pierce to become the superhero Comicbook/BlackLightning.
* In ''{{ComicBook/Monstress}}'', the Inquisitrix who goes after Maika and [[spoiler: has her arm ripped off by the Monstra]] for her trouble is albino.
* The Autumn Brothers, in the ''ComicBook/JonahHex'' comics, are half-human villains for the main character to fight. They were thinly-disguised caricatures of real-life albinistic musician brothers Edgar and Johnny Winter, who filed a lawsuit.
* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}''
** ComicBook/RasAlGhul becomes albino after he is forced to inhabit the body of his albino son Dusun, a.k.a. "the White Ghost". Prior to this, Dusun was shown as being slavishly loyal to his father and his schemes for world conquest, despite Ra's having rejected him for being less than physically perfect.
** Minor villain Linda Friitawa, a.k.a. Fright, a geneticist who lost her licence for unauthorised experiments on human beings.
** Another Batman foe, the Snowman, was the mutant albino offspring of a human female and a male Yeti.
** The Great White Shark in ''ComicBook/ArkhamAsylumLivingHell''. This one's a variant, as he doesn't turn pale and freaky until he's been locked in a freezer for a few hours.
* In the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, Blackout is a psychotic superpowered assassin, descended from a race of demons, who had surgery to make himself resemble a vampire.
* The second Icicle in Franchise/TheDCU, who admits he enjoys hurting people. His colouration is supposedly a result of his ice-based powers.
* ''{{Neozoic}}'' is outwardly about humans versus dinosaurs, but the real villains of the story are an entire race of telepathic Evil Albinos.
* Paradox from ''Franchise/TheFlash Annual'' #4.
* The Pierce Brothers from ''ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}''.
* Trolus, TheDragon bodyguard to the EvilOverlord from the first Comicbook/RedSonja solo story in ''[[Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian Savage Sword of Conan]]'' #1.
* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' has Dr. Zachary from the UK ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'', and his {{Expy}} from ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'', Dr. Finitevus.
* ''ComicBook/XMen''
** Mr. Sinister has been portrayed as an albino in at least some of his incarnations (his physical appearance having changed greatly over the ages). In particular, during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, when he worked for the Nazis as a geneticist in a concentration camp and was known by the nickname "Nosferatu".
** Omega Red, although his chalk white skin and red eyes are the result of the experiments by the DirtyCommunists that gave him his superpowers.
* The villain T-Ray from ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}''.
* At least one {{Elseworlds}} has portrayed the Joker as an albino. One had his green hair the result of a failed attempt to dye it blonde.
* ''[[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica JLA]]'' villain The Key. Blind white supremacist Blind Faith once begged him to let her touch his pale-ass skin and he callously told her it was a dye job.
* Kid Gloves, the "Albino asshole half-brother" of Story Johnson in ''Outlaw Nation''.
* The ComicBook/UltimateMarvel version of Mojo is human and an Albino.
* Pre-reboot ''ComicBook/{{Gen13}}'' #8-9 featured a RubberMan named The Albino.
* An experiment transforms ''ComicBook/DesolationJones'' into one of these. Even if he is our hero, he's a SociopathicHero.
* [[http://www.marvunapp.com/Appendix4/slaughtervicmorb.htm Vic Slaughter]], the EvilCounterpart to ComicBook/{{Morbius}}.
* Janus Valker in ''ComicBook/{{Rat-Man}}'', though he loses points becomes he isn't naturally albino, but made so by the power of the Shadow.
* Rulah, Jungle Goddess fought a villain called the Albino. This monster of the jungle was an albino exile who had a disease that he could pass to others by touch, with fatal results; when they died, they turned white like the Albino himself. He was the assistant of a girl who set herself up as a rival to Rulah, the Jungle Goddess, and pretended that she could root out the mysterious killer. In the end, the Albino died of his disease, but not before he killed the girl with his deadly "petrifying" touch as an act of revenge.
* One arc in ''Comicbook/{{Hitman}}'' features a villain named Skull, a FlyingBrick who is a black African albino.
* Garn Daanuth is an EvilSorceror who seems fairly [[{{Expy}} inspired by]] [[Literature/TheElricSaga Elric of Melnibone]]. He first appeared in the Arion backup-story of ''Comicbook/TheWarlord'', before spinning off into Arion's own series and Franchise/TheDCU proper on occasion. The [[CainAndAbel relationship]] between him and Arion was [[OrSoIHeard apparently]] inspiration for later stories of ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} and Ocean Master.
* [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Evil queen]] Zorina from Creator/DCComics ''Franchise/{{Tarzan}}'' #229, who wants Tarzan as her king as he is nearly as pale-skinned as she is.
* The White Rabbit, who was Steel's nemesis from the "Reign Of The Supermen" arc of ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman''.
* Various ''Star Wars'' comics have had a few examples:
** Trill from ''ComicBook/DawnOfTheJedi'' has the look, but since she appears to be Arkanian it's likely just what her species looks like.
** The ''Clone Wars'' comics introduced would-be Sith, Asajj Ventress whose chalk white skin and red eyes are both indicative of albinism, and ProfessionalKiller Aurra Sing, who while red haired, has even whiter skin than Ventress. More recent side materials have Ventress' eyes change to pale blue after leaving the Dark Side which, when combined with her regrown white-blonde hair...still makes her look like an albino.
* Transformers [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/AlbinoBumbleBee#cite_note-0 "AlbinoBumbleBee" according to the comic artist]]

[[folder:Fan Fic]]
* In the ''Anime/DragonballZ'' fanfic ''Fanfic/HonorTrip'', [[MadScientist Ratsura]] [[EvilutionaryBiologist plays this trope straight as an arrow,]] [[DepravedBisexual though he himself]] [[AxCrazy is not straight]] [[JustForPun in the least.]]
* Widget Hackwrench, from the ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'' fanfic "Fanfic/UnderTheBridge" (part 1 msted [[http://www.svamcentral.org/ewic/mstings/Bridge1.txt here]]), was Gadget Hackwrench's twin sister, born albino and missing an arm, and dropped from an overpass by Monterey Jack when she was a baby. She was "raised" by an abusive street mother who called her "Li'l Freako" and used her to get handouts before [=ODing=], and had to fend for herself on the streets, building her own artificial limb. Thus, she comes to obsessively hate her more fortunate sister Gadget ([[spoiler:before eventually having a HeelFaceTurn]]). Yes, it's a DarkerAndEdgier version.
* The main antagonist of ''Fanfic/RoyalHeights'' is a [[HotWitch witch]] named Embry with incredibly white skin and [[MysticalWhiteHair hair]] and a flush of silver that goes along her cheekbones. Though definitely one [[AffablyEvil for manners and class]], she shows little remorse towards [[ManipulativeBitch using people for her own gain]] and causing [[WouldHurtAChild mass murder of children]] at the academy on what's infamously known as the Halloween Massacre.
* Seemingly averted at first, in the [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra Legend of Korra]] fanfic [[FanFic/BookFiveLegends Book Five: Legends]] with Temuji, introduced as a kind-hearted healer, but later [[spoiler:played straight as he goes off the deep end into full blown villainy]].

[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* Whitey, one half of the EvilDuo of rats from ''WesternAnimation/FlushedAway'' (although he proves to be something of a GentleGiant).
* In ''WesternAnimation/IceAge3DawnOfTheDinosaurs'', the main antagonist, named Rudy, is a huge albino Baryonyx. Unlike most other dinosaurs in the film, he is depicted as cruel, vicious, and entirely inimical. The filmmakers explicitly stated that his albinism is a reference to Literature/MobyDick and other pale fictional antagonists. Which is fitting, given that his nemesis, Buck the weasel, is a CrazySurvivalist Captain Ahab {{Expy}} in a MobySchtick story.
* Lord Shen in ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda2''. [[spoiler:If you read his backstory, his leucism actually plays into his motives. He knows his parents were ashamed of producing an heir with his health issues, and this lead to an InferioritySuperiorityComplex. Of course, he's also the person who committed genocide out of sheer paranoia, and ''that'' was what lead to his parents' [[DeathByDespair (very unhappy)]] decision to exile him, so he's still more-or-less responsible for his own misery.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Anastasia}}'' subverts this with Bartok the albino bat. Even though he's [[BigBad Rasputin's]] minion, Bartok is a fundamentally decent guy who merely serves as PluckyComicRelief and ditches his boss in the end. (He even got his own DirectToVideo prequel, ''WesternAnimation/BartokTheMagnificent'', in which he's a HeroicAlbino.)

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Snow in ''Film/{{Vamp}}'' is the violently-inclined leader of a street gang composed of albinistic people and others with appearance problems. He meets a violent end.
* Joseph in ''Film/{{Contact}}'' is a religious extremist turned suicide-bomber.
* Mr. Joshua in ''Film/LethalWeapon'' is a seemingly psychopathic hit man. He was specifically referred to as "albino" in the film and yep: he's both an expert sniper '''and''' appears in an extended desert scene.
* Bosie in ''Film/ColdMountain'' is a U.S. Civil War-era "sneering albino killer ...[who] seems to have wandered in from a Lethal Weapon movie".
* Dragon in the ''The Eiger Sanction'' is a ruthless spymaster who used to work for the Nazis and now organizes wet work for U.S. intelligence. He is unable to stand light and requires frequent blood transfusions.
-->'''[[BattleaxeNurse Miss Cerberus:]]''' I was expecting you before this. Mr. Dragon does not like to be kept waiting.
-->'''[[Creator/ClintEastwood Hemlock:]]''' Oh, the impatient albino.
-->'''Miss Cerberus:''' I don't think Mr. Dragon's affliction is a joking matter.
-->'''Hemlock:''' I thought it was rather humorous, myself. A spy network being run by a bloodless freak who can't stand light or cold.
-->'''Miss Cerberus:''' Or germs. Are you healthy?
-->'''Hemlock:''' Should I turn my head and cough?
-->'''Miss Cerberus:''' No known infections?
-->'''Hemlock:''' Nothing other than the usual; [[DeadpanSnarker syphilis, running sores, and the clap.]]
* The Albino in ''Film/ThePrincessBride'' is an [[TheIgor Igor-like]] henchman and torturer, depicted as diseased, with visible sores. This is slightly subverted though, in that [[PunchClockVillain outside of his job]], he comes across as a [[AffablyEvil fairly personable guy]].
* Albino (played by the genuinely albinistic Victor Varnado), in ''Film/EndOfDays'' is a menacing "servant of Satan" who meets a grisly death.
* ''Film/ThePassionOfTheChrist'' portrays {{Satan}} as an androgynous, albinistic figure.
* "Whitey" Jackson a.k.a. "The Albino" in ''Film/FoulPlay'' is another heavily-armed killer, this time in a comedy.
* Moke in ''Film/{{Stick}}'' is a ruthless criminal, who likes to shoot people in the back. Moke is taunted with the nickname "bunny-eyes" by Burt Reynold's character, Stickley.
* Albino in ''Freefall'' is a menacing figure who drugs the film's heroine.
* Otis B. Driftwood in ''Film/HouseOf1000Corpses'' leads a clan of psychopathic backwoods serial killers. Despite being played by the same actor, in the sequel ''The Devil's Rejects'' he has a normal skin tone.
* Subverted in ''Film/MeMyselfAndIrene'', in which Casper/Whitey is believed by both the audience and the main characters to be a very creepy albino who may have murdered his family. Turns out, he's a nice guy whose family all moved to Arizona, where he couldn't follow ("I mean, look at me; I wouldn't last ''two minutes'' in the desert!"). He's still a little creepy in a clingy way, though.
* The main villain of ''Film/HellboyIITheGoldenArmy'', Prince Nuada, plays this trope straight. {{Justified|Trope}} by the fact that his entire elf species are albinos; the other elves in the film lean more towards the HeroicAlbino side.
* The Uber-Morlock in the ''[[Film/TheTimeMachine2002 Time Machine]]'' remake.
* Members of "The Family" in the 1971 movie ''Film/TheOmegaMan''.
* El Blanco, a man-eating graboid from ''Film/Tremors3BackToPerfection'', was an albino. Probably a combination of a ''Literature/MobyDick'' ShoutOut and research failure, as its lack of pigment is blamed for why El Blanco never gives birth to shriekers.
* The White Witch from the Disney version of ''[[Film/TheChroniclesOfNarnia The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe]]''. Although in the books (and the BBC adaptation) she was an EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette, in the Disney version she was platinum blonde.
* Bad Bob from ''Film/{{The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean}}''.
* The BigBad of ''Series/KamenRiderBlade: [[TheMovie Missing Ace]]'' is an albino version of the Joker Undead. Though when it comes to Joker Undead, their natural state is pretty evil to begin with.
* An obscure German thriller had an "albino" African terrorist leader and woman-stalker leave fear and horror in his wake. Of course the movie is called ''Albino''.
* Adam Brandis, the serial killer from ''Spiker''.
* Chop Top from ''Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacre2'', twin of Nubbins who was away in Vietnam conflict whose skin seems to be dying.
* In ''Film/TheHobbit'' trilogy, [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Azog the Defiler]] is nicknamed The Pale Orc for his apparent albinism. He also went to the trouble of finding himself an albino warg to ride.
* ''Film/TheHeat'' has an albino DEA agent who is generally antagonistic towards the protagonists and is even noted as looking "evil as fuck" by the CowboyCop. [[spoiler:As it turns out, he's not TheMole, but he is a misogynistic asshole according to his partner (who turns out to be the villain of the film).]]
* Malekith the Accursed in ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld''. He is a Dark Elf rather than a true albino, but the pale skin and eyes and white hair make him come across as an albino.
* The [[spoiler:aliens]] in ''Film/{{Knowing}}'' disguise themselves as a group of albino men in raincoats.
* In the 1990 film version of ''Film/DickTracy'', Mumbles plays with this trope. He's a good deal lighter-skinned and lighter-haired than the other villains, but ultimately [[spoiler: he undergoes a HeelFaceTurn]]. Ironically, the guy under the Mumbles makeup is Creator/DustinHoffman, who is quite dark.
* The ''Indominus Rex'' from ''Film/JurassicWorld'' is an all-white theropod with red eyes.
* ''Film/{{Haunter}}'': The murderous ghost is distinctly pale, hence his alias as the "Pale Man" before his identity as [[spoiler:Edgar]] is revealed.
* TheDragon Zao in ''Film/DieAnotherDay'' was turned albino via cosmetic surgery gone wrong.
* In ''Film/TheMatrixReloaded'', the Merovingian's fighters manifest as a pair of albinistic CreepyTwins.
* [[spoiler:Castor/Zuse]] from ''Film/TronLegacy'' is a computer program that manifests as a downright ''[[SissyVillain fabulous]]'' albino. [[spoiler:Gem]] is an example too.
* In ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', [[TheDon Jabba the Hutt's]] majordomo is an albinistic Twi'lek named Bib Fortuna. Twi'leks come in a wide variety of colors, so it makes sense that some of them would be albinos.
* In ''Film/HardcoreHenry'', this trope fits [[BigBad Akan]] to a tee, with bonus [[MindOverMatter telekinetic powers]].
* ''Film/FaustLoveOfTheDamned'': The main villain "M" (i.e. Mephistopheles) is an albino for some reason.
* ''Film/{{Cyberjack}}'': The leader of the terrorists, Nassim, is an albino. Helpfully described by one side character as "an albino lab rat on steroids".
* SlasherMovie ''Film/TheFunhouse'' features a deformed albino killer so monstrous that he has three noses and red eyes.

* Although not ''evil'' as such, Lehmann in David Wingrove's ''Literature/ChungKuo'' series is merciless in achieving his goals, and doesn't hesitate to kill innocents when needed. To his underlings he appears to be without emotions.
* Silas, in ''Literature/TheDaVinciCode'' by Creator/DanBrown, (played by Paul Bettany in the derived 2006 movie) is described as being albinistic. He is a religious fanatic and an assassin who murders several people, although 'repents' at the end of the book, praying to God for mercy and forgiveness.
** In the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wWN886KXrI MTV Movie Awards' spoof]] of TheMovie, Andy Dick, who plays a wannabe Silas, {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this trope.
** There's also ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Albino_Code The Albino Code]]'', which takes the trope and mercilessly rips it apart. The actor/writer Dennis Hurley points out that most albino people, with impaired eyesight, would make terrible assassins.
* Two notable Creator/HGWells baddies count:
** TheMorlocks in ''Literature/TheTimeMachine'' evolved albinism due to their subterranean living environment.
** Griffin, the main character of ''Literature/TheInvisibleMan'', is of questionable sanity and a thief by nature, obsessed with color and pigmentation due to his albinism. The text of Wells's novel implies that Griffin's invisibility formula works on him (and a white cat in an early experiment) only because of albinism.
* Amadeus, the dhampir antagonist of the ''Slayer'' horror series by Karen Koehler is a blind albino, as well as a vampire.
* Ashur-Kai Qezremah from ''Literature/BlackLegion'' isn't called "White Seer" for nothing. He's the mentor to the VillainProtagonist and has even less standards than Khayon, willing to do anything to get his hands on other seers.
* Kobra, an albinistic biker in Creator/RobertRMcCammon's 1981 novel ''Literature/TheyThirst'' who is depicted as sadistic and violent. He eventually becomes a commander in an army of vampires besieging Los Angeles (but was albinistic before becoming a vampire).
* Monsieur Zenith, a pulp fiction villain in the ''Sexton Blake'' series by Anthony Skene. Zenith is a world-weary gentleman thief who uses opium, commits crimes, and feuds with Blake simply to relieve his ennui.
* [[Literature/TheElricSaga Elric of Melniboné]], the main character of an eponymous series of fantasy novels by Creator/MichaelMoorcock, borders on this due to his AntiHero nature. (The character's creator, Creator/MichaelMoorcock, has publicly acknowledged that the above-mentioned Monsieur Zenith was a key influence in Elric's creation. He has also written a series of short stories, collected in ''The Metatemporal Detective'', that feature Monsieur Zenith as an antagonist and imply that he and Elric are the same person.)
* In ''Literature/TheStarsMyDestination'', one character is a young noblewoman who is an albino and something of a PsychoForHire, although this actually makes her [[TheVamp more appealing]] to the AntiHero. The novel has it as somewhat common in the future for men to marry albino women, in that the skill of "jaunting" ([[TeleportersAndTransporters teleportation]]) depends on being able to envision the target you wish to reach, and it's explained that because of the poor eyesight associated with albinism, albinos cannot do this, making them the perfect trophy wives.
* Creator/HPLovecraft:
** "Literature/TheDunwichHorror": Lavinia Whateley, who gave birth to the Dunwich Horror and its brother, was a crazy albino creepy woman. Although Lavinia wasn't evil ''per se'' (she didn't object having creepy children, but TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt got her squeamish), [[spoiler:the Horror itself was revealed to have "red eyes and crinkly albino hair" on its human face]].
** ''Literature/AtTheMountainsOfMadness'' has [[EverythingsBetterWithPenguins giant albino penguins]]; while they weren't evil or any sort of threat, they added to the eerie atmosphere.
* There's something of it in ''Literature/TheNarrativeOfArthurGordonPymOfNantucket'', of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe. At the end of the book, there are [[spoiler:the natives that fear the colour white and, right at the ending, something huge and white that clearly is either evil or some kind of god]].
* Vilkata, the Dark King, in Creator/FredSaberhagen's ''Third Literature/BookOfSwords'', ''Sixth Book of Lost Swords: Mindsword's Story'', and ''Last Book of Swords: Shieldbreaker's Story''. He gets double spookiness points, since, in addition to being an albino, he also has no eyes, having put them out himself as part of a terrible curse he cast on one of his enemies. He gets magical vision from his demonic familiars.
* Lien from the ''Literature/{{Temeraire}}'' books by Naomi Novik. Lien's family and breed is basically the equivalent of Chinese royalty, but in a culture where white is associated with death and bad luck, being an albino means you won't be treated as well. If it wasn't for Yongxing accepting her as his companion, she would probably have been alone all her life. Unfortunately, Yoongxing is intent on securing a position of power, and when this goes wrong and he is killed in the process, Lien basically vows to avenge him and goes evil.
* Cinder, one of the Chandrian from Patrick Rothfuss' ''Literature/TheNameOfTheWind'', is described this way. Everything about him seems to have an aspect of winter about it, except his [[UhOhEyes completely black eyes]].
* In the ''Literature/{{Gormenghast}}'' novels, Steerpike's physical description borders on this.
* Ser Brynden Rivers from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' is an albino who is regarded by the smallfolk as an evil spymaster and wizard. However, the validity of his reputation is ambiguous. He eventually shows up in [[spoiler:"The Mystery Knight" as a young man and ''A Dance With Dragons'' as an ancient greenseer. He doesn't seem evil in either appearance]].
* The ''lessers'' from ''Literature/BlackDaggerBrotherhood''.
* Not evil, but very creepy--Peter Stillman from ''Literature/TheNewYorkTrilogy''.
* The ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' book ''Triss'' features an entire BigScrewedUpFamily of albinos. The Royal House of Riftgard are all albino ferrets, referred to in the book as the "Pure Ferrets".
* Gary Kilworth
** The little-known book ''House of Tribes'' features Little Prince, the albino pet mouse owned by a CreepyChild, who feeds him on other mice. [[spoiler:Although after the wild mice [[BrokeYourArmPunchingOutCthulhu broke their collective arms]] [[HumansAreCthulhu scaring off Cthulhu]], he goes through a HeelFaceTurn.]]
** The stoat Prince Poynt of the Literature/WelkinWeasels doesn't exactly count, but he possibly comes close; he's not an albino, but he stays in his white ermine pelt all year round, so the physical impression is similar.
* Judge Holden, in Creator/CormacMcCarthy's ''Literature/BloodMeridian''. In [=McCarthy=]'s novel, Holden is a wanton mass-murderer. There is no historical evidence to suggest that the non-fictional Holden was albinistic.
* The clairvoyant albino Juni Swan in Darren Shan's ''Literature/TheDemonata'' series is characterised by her deceptive and sadistic nature (as well as by her exceptional beauty, one of the characters claiming that "unconcealed evil suits her"). However, in ''Death's Shadow'', the seventh book of the series, she appears as a hideously deformed monster.
* Mr. Skimpole, a character in ''Literature/TheSomnambulist'' is an albino who at first seems evil, but is made more likeable through his crippled son, whom he cares for. Although the narrator insinuates that his son might be a fabrication to make him seem more sympathetic.
* One of these appears in ''Literature/TheLastLightOfTheSun'' by Creator/GuyGavrielKay. Almost uniquely it mentions that his eyesight is impaired by his condition, and he's not a fighter. However, this does not prevent Ivarr from being inexplicably proficient with projectiles, even in low-contrast situations where the average albino would be struggling not to walk into trees. In fact he's stated to see ''better'' in half light.
* The Bane from ''Literature/TheUnderlandChronicles''. This could also apply to some of the humans in the series, but every single Underland human is a [[PurpleEyes violet-eyed]] albino and a majority of them aren't that despicable.
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfDespereaux''--a rather creepy albino rat controls the violent pastimes of Ratworld.
* In Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs' ''Literature/{{Pellucidar}}'' series, the Gorbuses are a subterranean race of cannibalistic albinos who are apparently resurrected surface-world murderers.
* Francis Davey, the vicar of Altarnun in Daphne du Maurier's novel ''Literature/JamaicaInn'' is an albino whose status as a 'freak of nature' is explicitly linked to his rejection of conventional morality and hence his villainous actions including murder.
* Lampshaded in Creator/RLStine's ''Snowman'': the title character points out several times that, despite his own questionable actions and sanity, he can't be an evil albino because he has white hair and dark brown/black eyes. Having grown up with white hair, he apparently got used to explaining what eye colors albinos actually have a long time ago.
* "The Albino" in "The Albino's Dancer", a ''TimeHunter'' novella; the character is a mobster
* Pollution from ''Literature/GoodOmens''.
* In the relatively obscure children's book ''The Secret of the Loch'' (published in 1965), the villain is not just albino, but the latest in a very long line of villainous albinos in the Maclure family.
* In the book ''Literature/TheSilverKiss'', by Annette Curtis Klause, the villain is a small vampire who is pretending to be an albino child.
* ''Literature/TheLookingGlassWars'' has Vollrath, adviser to the BigBad in ''Seeing Redd'', as this trope to counteract [[HeroicAlbino Bibwit Harte]] advising the Hero.
* Billy from the ''Literature/ChildrenOfTheRedKing'' series is a {{subver|tedTrope}}sion / {{deconstruct|edTrope}}ion. He's continually passed over for adoption, apparently because of his albinism, and the villain manipulates him by claiming he'll help him find a family. Billy remains sympathetic throughout, though, and [[spoiler:eventually gets both a HeelFaceTurn ''and'' a family]].
* North, from Vonda N. [=McIntyre=]'s ''Literature/{{Dreamsnake}}'', is an [[{{Reconstruction}} odd reconstruction]]; he blames the setting's medical practices for not being able to do anything about his albinism (and gigantism).
* The eponymous whale in ''Literature/MobyDick'' is described as an albino whale, though it's not so much consciously ''evil'' as it is an AnimalNemesis. The narrator, Ishmael, extensively discusses the fact that purely white things--such as albinos or white whales--are deeply unsettling even though white is the color of good. In fact, it's suggested this psychological factor drove Ahab to hate the whale even before Moby-Dick took his leg.
* ''Literature/TheBannedAndTheBanished'' goes all the way, with albino CreepyTwins who [[TheStoic never show emotion]]. [[spoiler:They're corrupted spellcasters who [[LovecraftianSuperpower produce rats from pustules on their skin]].]]
* ''Literature/HarryPotter'' has the BigBad Voldemort, whose use of [[SoulJar Horcruxes]] pretty much turned him albino (and [[TheNoseless destroyed his nose]]).
* Kronski from ''Literature/ArtemisFowl'' seems to be this. He is described as having nearly transparent white skin and purple eyes. Since some forms of albinism manifest with purple eyes, and Eoin Colfer is not known for giving his humans odd eye colors, it suggests he may he albino.
* Played with a bit in the Literature/StarTrekTheLostEra novel ''Well of Souls''. The character Pahl is an alien child who is more or less his race's equivalent of an albino. He's definitely creepy, but he himself is certainly not evil; his role in the novel, though, is to be a target for possession by a demonic intelligence. His "albinism" correlates with other genetic factors (latent telepathy) that make him uniquely suited for the possession. Basically, the "evil albino" trope is still touched upon, with albinism indirectly marking a vessel for evil.
* Matisse, the so-called 'King of the Romans', in the Literature/MatthewHawkwood novel ''Rapscallion''. Hawkwood speculates that one of the reasons the Romans lurk in the lowest decks of the hulk is because of Matisse's sensitivity to light.
* The psychotic former government killer [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Lamprey]], in the first book of the ''Literature/{{ColSec Trilogy}}'', verges on this; he's described as being deathly pale and prematurely white-haired.
* The main villain of Creator/RogerZelazny's ''Literature/ANightInTheLonesomeOctober'', [[spoiler: Vicar Roberts]], has an albino raven for a familiar. It's unclear if she's as evil as her owner, but she definitely plays a part in messing with the good guys.
* The chieftain of a half-elven street gang Garrett tangles with in ''[[Literature/GarrettPI Cold Copper Tears]]'' is an albino called Snowball.
* Phobos and Deimos, Mars's albino satyr minions from ''Literature/TheSecretsOfTheImmortalNicholasFlamel.''
* Artemis Butler in the web-novel ''Literature/{{Domina}}'' is this...maybe. Not only is his morality in question (he could be a HeroicAlbino instead), but so is his albinism. This is the kind of story where that can be faked.
* Mrs. Zork from "Aliens Don't Wear Braces," the seventh book in the ''Literature/BaileySchoolKids'' series. She's implied to be an alien from a planet without color. When we first see her, her skin and hair are pure white and her clothes are black, white, or gray. Over the course of the book, the town gradually appears to lose its color, while Mrs. Zork gets more and more colorful, leading the kids to believe that she's stealing color and bringing it back to her home planet.
* Nakszynski, the hired gunman who "once ate a Canadian mounted policeman's liver" in Creator/KimNewman's story "Literature/TheHoundOfTheDurbervilles".
* The ''Franchise/{{Highlander}}'' novel, "The Element Of Fire" has an Immortal albino woman named Nerissa who is the Big Bad's companion.
* [[EvilSorcerer Macadra]] from ''Literature/TheChathrandVoyages'' is ''incredibly'' pale and is nicknamed "The White Raven" as a result (though the term "albino" is never used for her, it's plain that she's pale beyond most human norms). However, it's ambiguous whether her condition is natural or a side-effect of the unknown process by which she maintains her immortality, and it might not be her original body (her brother Arunis, also a sorcerer, is a confirmed [[GrandTheftMe body snatcher]])- and [[AmbiguouslyHuman she might not even be human to begin with]].
* Somewhat subverted in the ''Literature/LeagueOfMagi'' stories with Rose Cross. She initially appears to be nothing more than a scary henchman, but turns out to be an entirely different person when she's not in a high-stress environment. She turns into something of a motherly figure for allies and she [[spoiler: even takes mercy on a normal person, something her mistresses the Twins would never do.]]
* Practical Frost from ''Literature/TheFirstLaw'' series by Joe Abercrombie is TheIgor to the torturer Sand dan Glokta. He's a hulking, pink-eyed, lisping brute of a man with no apparent moral compunction about the gruesome acts he assists. [[spoiler:He's eventually revealed to be a turncoat to Glokta as well]].
* Bigboy, the sadistic, ruthless chief of the prison guards in the Stephen Hunter novel ''Pale Horse Coming''.
* Lord Kastan, a very minor villain in ''Literature/RathAndStorm'', is an albino.
* The CoDragons in ''Literature/ZeroMinusTen'' are three Chinese brothers who are all albinos with white hair and pink-blue eyes.
* Kobra in ''Literature/TheyThirst''.
* Evingolis in [[Literature/{{Kane}} "Reflections on the Winter of my Soul"]] has white hair, pale skin, pink eyes, is a talented musician who knows just a little bit too much about Kane [[spoiler: and is a vicious werewolf who admits he likes to bite a woman and then rape her "when her struggling heart forces hot red spurts over your muzzle"]].
* ''Literature/YoungSherlockHolmes'': Baron Maupertuis, the BigBad of ''Death Cloud''. Also an EvilCripple. On seeing him, Holmes remarks that he looks like someone who has been dead for three days.
* ''Literature/JamaicaInn'': Has the albino Vicar Francis Davey revealed as the mastermind behind a plot to wreck ships, murder their crew and rob them. Its suggested that his albinism somehow twisted his perceptions of the world.
* Played as straight as possible in at least one [[Literature/TheExecutioner Executioner]] novel, ''Invisible Invader''. One of the main villain's henchmen is an albino assassin simply called The Albino. While the other villains are described in detail, The Albino's real name and country of origin are never revealed.
* Creator/RudyardKipling's sequel to ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' subverts this with White Hood, the enormous old cobra who serves as the Warden of the King's Treasure. He ''tries'' to be scary, but he's clearly seen better days, and his bark is worse than his bite (quite literally, since his venom has dried up and his fangs have withered to uselessness).

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* PlayedForLaughs in ''Series/MyNameIsEarl''. When Earl is in prison, one of the prison gangs is the albino gang.
* The Observer from ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000''.
* Mr. White from ''Series/ThePretender''.
* ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'' gives us Theokoles, the Shadow of Death. A 6'10" berserk killing machine covered in scars from his career as an undefeated gladiatorial champion. His [[spoiler:light-sensitive albinistic eyes are what ultimately enable him to be defeated.]] Though he's actually a TragicMonster.
* The Doci from ''Series/StargateSG1''.
* "The Albino" from the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "Blood Oath", who is a dishonorable Klingon warrior and murderer.
* Samuel Aboah from ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Teliko". He was a Burkinabe immigrant who lacked a pituitary gland and harvested them from other African or African-American men to restore his skin tone. He is compared unfavourably to a vampire like creature from West African folklore (the eponymous Teliko) by a Burkinabe ambassador. He is depicted as a merciless killer with a seemingly inhuman ability to squeeze into small spaces.
* The ''Series/MastersOfHorror'' episode "Incident On and Off a Mountain Road" features a hulking, albino serial killer called Moonface who lives in a cabin in the woods and kidnaps people off the nearby road.
* Captain Cold from ''Series/TheFlash1990'' TV series.
* The ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Long Game" introduces the albino "Editor" (played by Creator/SimonPegg) as the monstrous Jagrafess's human servant.
* 1960s UK cop series ''Gideon's Way'' had an episode called "The White Rat", featuring a gang led by an albino called Mickey who claimed his appearance had prevented him from becoming a children's doctor.
* Just like the comics, the mob boss Tobias Whale in the ''Series/BlackLightning'' show is an African-American albino. Bonus points for finding an African-American albino actor to play him.

* Israphel, the undead head of the Cult of Israphel, apparently hailing from the Nether in ''[[Machinima/YogscastMinecraftSeries Shadow of Israphel]]''.

* Music/IronMaiden's {{Mascot}} Eddie the Head is an albino {{Zombie}}.

[[folder:New Media]]
* [[http://www.creepypasta.com/white-with-red-eyes/ This]] creepypasta.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The [[OurElvesAreBetter shadow elves]] from the ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' setting ''TabletopGame/{{Mystara}}'' are that world's answer to the dark elves found on other worlds, but unlike the drow, the shadow elves have pale white skin and hair. They're not technically albinos, being white-skinned due to thousands of generations of subterranean life. They also aren't inherently evil, but their society's rulers are extremely violent and expansionist.
* The bakhna rakhna are a breed of deformed, albinistic goblins from ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}''. Not all that tough as villains, but they're nasty, thieving little creeps.
* The Grey Seers, in the tabletop game ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Fantasy Battles'' are albinistic prophets and powerful wizards of the Skaven rat-people. While this character race are generally "evil", from their own viewpoint the albinistic Seers are venerated.
** Except for when they're [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder not]].
*** 'Normal' Skaven seldom (ok, less often) backstab seers because skaven society bases itself on the KlingonPromotion, and non-seers cannot become seers even if they kill another seer. The most probable cause of death for a grey seer is being backstabbed by ''another'' grey seer for its position: Non-seers will usually only do so as a last resort if the seer hinders them politically, as there's little to gain from it otherwise.
* From ''VideoGame/LivingForce'', the role-playing game scenario of the RPGA for ''Franchise/StarWars'' (think ''Living Greyhawk''), there's Len Markus.
* Siberia from the ''Dark TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' supplement ''Murderer's Row''. And Darkling from ''Underworld Enemies''.
* Songbird, a disfigured musician turned supervillain, who appeared in "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" column in ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable''.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}''
** The Dune People are not simply evil, they're murderous, nearly subhuman cannibals who regard the entire rest of the human race as their enemies. They live in the deep desert, hide from the sun by day, hunt by night, and cannot be reasoned or bargained with. The only thing they want from any other group is for the other group to be dead. They started out as a race of slave specifically bred for albinism, with the idea being that it's harder for an albino slave to escape into a baking desert.
** There's also a single named Dune Person in the canon: Sulumor, an Infernal Exalted who serves a demonic evil desert and dresses like a fetish nun. Fans tend to call her Hellnun, Bondage Nun, or Lady Gaga. That said, she's not that bad a person, and it's implied she'll make a HighHeelFaceTurn once she meets her Lunar mate.

* In [[Theatre/TheRingOfTheNibelung The Ring of the Nibelung]] the villain of the final part "Gotterdammerung" [[BastardBastard Hagen]] mentions he is "pale and wan". This is shown in Arthur Rackham's [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a5/Alberich_hagen.jpg illustrations]], which also portray his father [[DepravedDwarf Alberich]] as this.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Whenever Jenova is seen in a dormant state in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', it appears as a gray-skinned woman (which appears blue through its container on Mt. Nibel) with white hair. Her genetic donor and "son", Sephiroth, inherited the white hair if not the skin pigment.
* Mark Purayah (Mark II) and Mark Parchezzi (Mark III) ("the Albinos"), in ''VideoGame/HitmanBloodMoney'' are clones of an unseen Mark I, and all are assassins.
* Caulder/Stolos from ''[[VideoGame/NintendoWars Advance Wars: Days of Ruin]]''. Fortunately, his clone-son Cyrus is [[HeroicAlbino somewhat less evil]]. His clone-daughters Tabitha and Penny fit as well, though Penny [[spoiler:is less evil and more just crazy. It's revealed that Isabella, then called Lusitania, was as well.]]
%%* Also appeared in ''NintendoWars''.
* Goh Hinogami of ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter'' fame is a blue haired albino, judo master and cold blooded assassin who works for a heartless corporation.
* [[spoiler: The true form of Mir, the ultimate antagonist in]] ''VideoGame/ArTonelicoMelodyOfElemia'', is that of a deathly-pale, red-eyed, emaciated girl. Probably doesn't count as a technical albino due to her hair colour, but they're definitely playing on the creepiness factor. [[spoiler:They do play it up, but her subsequent appearance in [[VideoGame/ArTonelicoIIMelodyOfMetafalica the second game]] doesn't have quite that deathly pallor. The skin tone seems to come from her having not seen natural sunlight in 400 years. She's still very pale, but it's not as exaggerated. The eyes seem to have been caused by the experiments done on her in her youth.]]
* Albedo from ''VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}}''. Once again, it's a shame that Bat Shit Insane Albino isn't a trope. Interestingly, he has purple eyes, which some real life albinos do have as well. May only be this Trope by dint of hair and eye color (granted, there's such a thing as albinism that ONLY effects the hair and eyes). He otherwise has exactly the same pigmentation as his siblings.
* Curtis Blackburn in ''VideoGame/{{killer7}}''; one could probably list Kevin Smith as well.
* Specter from ''VideoGame/ApeEscape''.
* Claudia from ''VideoGame/SilentHill3'', as part of her DeliberatelyMonochrome colour scheme.
* Selvaria from ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles''. Though it may be part of her Valkyria heritage, she definitely possesses the classic physical traits of an albino.
* Burfields [[ProfessionalKiller hitman]] in ''VideoGame/MirrorsEdge'' wears an all white version of the [[spoiler:Ikarus]] suit that appears in later levels, and is also blond and pale skinned under the mask.
* ''VideoGame/TheWitcher'''s Geralt of Rivia can be either a HeroicAlbino or this depending on what choices the player makes.
** Apparently, it is stated in the novel that he was normal as a kid and his look changed due to Trial of the Grasses, so he can't be counted as a real albino.
** At least in the Extended Edition, Eskel makes a comment about how he thought he was going insane when he saw Geralt's hair turn white during the aforementioned event.
* The D'arth Syyth screamers in ''VideoGame/TheJediMasters'' are albino, contrasting with their black robes.
* Helter Skelter, a mysterious assassin seen in the opening cutscene of ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes''. His brother, Skelter Helter, is the first fight in the sequel and is also an albino. That said, for both, their villainy is an InformedAttribute - the former does nothing villainous in the trailer for the first, and the latter's only shown action is to attempt to [[CycleOfRevenge take vengeance on his brother's killer]]. That said, they are assassins (perhaps more realistically, given the typical eyesight problems associated with albinism, they try to kill using MoreDakka).
* [[spoiler: Melodia]] from ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'', although this could be a character design choice seeing how other characters have [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair pink and green hair]] or yellow eyes. Interestingly enough, [[spoiler: when Melodia becomes "good", her hair color reverts to its original hair color, blue.]] Hmm… It could be seen as a subtle visual clue that [[spoiler: Melodia was DeadAllAlong.]]
* ''VideoGame/Destiny2'': [[BigBad Dominus Ghaul]] himself. He seems to embrace it though, wearing white armor with a red cape, and calling his forces "The Red Legion."
* Purge from ''VideoGame/SpaceChannel5'' Part 2 is considered to be an Albino. Mostly because, unlike other examples of this trope, he exhibits some actual precautions albinos take in real life, like avoiding direct sunlight and wearing goggles.
* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'''s Broken Steel DLC has Albino Radscorpions. They regenerate their considerable amount of health in the daytime, have defense comparable to you in PoweredArmor and are incredibly fast ''even after you cripple theirs legs''. They shoo-out the [[BearsAreBadNews Yao Guai]] as the most annoying random encounter and the previously useless Entomologist perk suddenly becomes a necessity. Albino Radscorpions compose a trio of new {{demonic spider}}s Broken Steel aded, alongside the Super Mutant Overlords and Feral Ghoul Reavers.
** However, this is averted in [[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas New Vegas]], with Ranger Ghost. She's an NCR Sniper, and pretty tame. Despite the fact that somebody says "You won't hear her until you're already dead."
** In the playing cards that came with the Collector's Edition, [[TheSpymaster Vulpes Inculta]] was portrayed with bleach-blond hair. In-game however he has dark hair.
* Misery from ''VideoGame/CaveStory'' has completely white skin... and [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair blue hair]]. But ''VideoGame/CaveStory'' doesn't do the "white skin as a mark of evil" thing, since Misery fights against a pair of {{Heroic Albino}}s.
* Kratos from the ''VideoGame/GodOfWarSeries'', though he's not a natural albino. He only became one due to the fact that after killing his wife and daughter in a blood frenzy, their ashes were bound to his skin as a MarkOfShame and thus he became known as the Ghost of Sparta.
* "That albino bitch" Commandant Steele of the Atlas Corporation from ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}''.
* Imperator Ix from ''VideoGame/SonicChronicles''. Ix is an albino echidna who captures all seven Chaos Emeralds and the Master Emerald, in a scheme to break the Nocturnus Clan out of the Twilight Cage, and to conquer Sonic's world. WordOfGod is that Ix was designed as an {{Expy}} of Finitveus from the above-mentioned ''Comicbook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog''.
* [[ElegantGothicLolita Liesolette]] [[CreepyChild Achenbach]] from ''VideoGame/ArcanaHeart''.
* Strangelove from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidPeaceWalker'' is a subversion. Although she is an Albino, and she does work for an evil organization, she herself is not evil so much as she has her own reasons for working for them (Reviving The Boss).
* Baron von Blubba from ''VideoGame/BubbleBobble''.
* Xion the Unborn, from the ''VideoGame/BloodyRoar'' series. Mostly, the other characters are [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent zooanthropes, a sub-race of humankind that can shapeshift into one hybrid human-animal form]]. He is, instead, possessed by an evil alien entity that grants him an alternate insectoid form. Eeeevil.
* [[spoiler: Iska Farkas]] in ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur Legends]]'' has white hair and is a ManipulativeBastard who sets the plot in motion just so he can get both Soul Swords for himself. He also has [[RedRightHand one red eye and one blue eye]].
* Ghirahim from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'' is one. You actually have to look very carefully to distinguish his skin from his white clothes.
* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' has Seath the Scaleless ([[{{Transplant}} who originated]] in the ''VideoGame/KingsField'' series) - an insane and [[HandicappedBadass blind]] [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragon who was born with pale white flesh]] [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin instead of scales]].
* ''VideoGame/DokiDokiPanic'' has an albino version of [[MadBomber Mouser]] in Chapter/World 5. When the game was dolled-up as ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2'', it was replaced by the GiantEnemyCrab Clawgrip.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2'' has numerous albino {{Palette Swap}}s of regular enemies. They tend to be significantly more powerful than non-albino versions of the enemies, but the only really evil thing about them is their placement; many of them are [[GuideDangIt extremely hard to find]].
* All Helghast in ''VideoGame/{{Killzone}}'' are albino; those that aren't BaldOfEvil have white hair.
* In ''VideoGame/DoubleDragonNeon'', [[{{Dominatrix}} Linda]] has an albino {{palette swap}}.
* Although [[PlayerCharacter The Boss]] from the ''VideoGame/SaintsRow'' series is featureless, you can make him an Evil Albino should you so choose. Made even easier from ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'' onwards, as it adds freckles and [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] to the possibility of having white hair.

[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* Godot from ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyTrialsAndTribulations'' is an interesting case. While his skin isn't ''exactly'' the palest, he has shock-white hair and his face-visor gives the impression of red "eyes". He also happens to be the main prosecutor in the game in which he appears. Despite specifically hating Phoenix, he's not ''all'' bad, though. And he's not exactly an albino: [[spoiler:The white hair and face mask are the result of a failed attempt on his life by poison.]] [[spoiler:In ''Investigations'' Shih-na, Shi-Long Lang's pale, white-haired and red-eyed assistant turns out to not only be working for a smuggling ring, essentially being the game's [[TheDragon Dragon]], but also turns out to actually be Calisto Yew, the culprit in a double murder from seven years ago.]]
* [[spoiler:The real Tohno SHIKI]] from ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}''. [[spoiler:However, it's implied not to be natural as Akiha states that his appearance changed. In the manga, at least, it was black as a child.]]
* In ''VisualNovel/GrisaiaNoRakuen'' Yuuji's climactic fight at the end is against [[spoiler:his own slightly altered clone, who is a bit more]] like Kazuki in that he has white hair and red eyes. Presumably, he also shares Kazuki's weakness to bright sunlight.
* Illyasviel von Einzbern from VisualNovel/FateStayNight was this for a while before her HeelFaceTurn.
* Downplayed in ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2''. [[spoiler: Peko Pekoyama is a white-haired, pale-skinned, and red-eyed swordfighting prodigy who kills one of the other students unprompted so that her master, Fuyuhiko Kuzuryuu, can survive the DeadlyGame they've been forced into at the expense of 12 other lives. Though she ''did'' murder somebody of her own accord (Kuzuryuu wanted no part of her plan), she's still sympathetic to most, mostly because of the dire circumstances Monokuma forced onto the main characters.]]
** [[spoiler:Played straight in the same game with Nagito Komaeda. He's a white-haired, pale-skinned, AxCrazy KnightTemplar who gleefully attempted to commit murder in Chapter 1 and then committed suicide in Chapter 5 as part of an elaborate ThanatosGambit to get the rest of the cast save Chiaki killed. Neither plan turned out as he had intended, but nonetheless, his actions left Byakuya, Teruteru and Chiaki dead.]]

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* The Geisterdamen of ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', an order of ghostly white priestesses who are in the service of [[spoiler:The Other]].
* Malack in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' is an AffablyEvil albino [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent lizardfolk]] cleric of [[ReligionOfEvil Nergal, God of Death and Destruction]], [[EvilChancellor chancellor]] to an [[TheEmpire evil empire]], and [[spoiler:is actually a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]]]].
* [[http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120606203308/towerofgod/images/4/4d/Augusgus.png Augusgus]] from ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod'', a [[TheMole mole]] for FUG sitting right at the top of his floors test administrating office.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* [[Literature/TheMovolreilenSaga Dralnea ler Reltrea]] appears to be a monster at first, as her first act in the story is killing a lower-class girl for [[DisproportionateRetribution not saluting her]]. This will be subverted in later chapters.
* Parodied and Zigzagged in ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged''. First discussed and lampshaded amongst the Namekians that the cause of a worldwide drought on Namek was due to a race of "flithy and evil" Albino Namekians, which were all killed off in a great war. Later it's revealed that the real cause of the drought was [[DirtyCoward Guru's own selfishness in drinking all of Namek's water]] was what caused the drought, and he shifted the blame onto the Albino Namekians. Realizing [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone they had slaughtered an entire race of what were most likely innocent people]], the Namekians [[HoistByHisOwnPetard promptly rip Guru to pieces]].

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Dr. Robert Kirkland "Kirk" Langström, also known as the Man-Bat, is depicted as being albinistic in the television series ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' (which also depicts him as more villainous than other versions of the character, though he does reform). Langström's "Man-Bat" form is also depicted as being albino. Averted in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' and its spinoff comics, where he has a perfectly healthy complexion.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Treehouse of Horror VIII" segment "The Homega Man", Homer mistakes real-life albino musicians the Winter Brothers for flesh-eating mutants and runs them over. ("Die, you chalk-faced goons!") Somewhat understandable, since in RealLife Edgar Winter did portray himself as a vampire-like figure at times.
* Freakshow from ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''. In his second appearance, he states that he's anemic.
* The version of the Chameleon from ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' seems to fit, given that he was always shown as a speechless, white skinned- assassin, even though other versions are clear that he is wearing some type of mask. He only speaks when he changes into somebody and uses their voice.
* WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain, even though they have black pupils. [[NobleDemon But they are not that evil.]]
* The Slug from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold''.
* Sloppy Joe from ''WesternAnimation/{{Grossology}}'', on the few occasions when he is shown cleaned up, appears to be an albino.
* Dr. Two Brains of ''WesternAnimation/WordGirl'' due to an experiment gone wrong involving an albino rat, who was also evil.
* ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' has a quick shot at this. When Peggy is sent a letter from a previous student of hers, who's currently in prison for murder. In actuality, the man is someone she's never met before and is conning her. When Peggy tries to think of what student she might've had that could become a murderer, she remarks, "I think he might've had wavy blond hair," before adding disdainfully, "Or was he that albino boy?" Although given the character, this is likely less the writers thinking albinos are evil and more Peggy being close-minded.
* Possibly Evil-Lyn in ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983''. Pale skin, purple eyes, and white hair from at least late adolescence/young adulthood, according to one flashback. When Teela and Evil-Lyn get stuck in the desert, Lyn also has a much harder time dealing with the environment then Teela does.
* Albedo from ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' and ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien''. In his first appearance he looked exactly like Ben before his Omnitrix turns him to an albino.
* Doctor Hämsterviel, the villain of ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'', is an evil hamster-like alien with white fur and red eyes.
* Lil' Gideon from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' may count since he's paler than the rest of the characters in the series and has natural white hair. Lending more evidence is that WordOfGod has also [[https://twitter.com/_AlexHirsch/status/260514979969646592 confirmed]] that he has blue eyes, which is actually a more common eye colour for albinos than red.
* Pythor from ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'' gets eaten by a giant snake and lives, turning his original dark purple scales into bleached white.
* ''WesternAnimation/DragonsRidersOfBerk'', a spin-off series to ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'', has the Screaming Death, a violently destructive dragon who has pure white skin and bright red eyes. Subverted in that [[spoiler:the dragon was merely trying to find its lost family. After reuniting with them, it became significantly less harmful]].