All Borg tend to be bald (the hair gets in way of all the tech they have plugged into their brains) so big mamma Borg is just reflecting the trend. It also explains why they were so keen to have Jean-Luc Picard as Locutus – it cut out a visit to the barber.
A deadly Sith warrior who wields two lightsabers, Asajj debuted in the traditionally-animated Clone Wars cartoon before making the transition to the CG animated The Clone Wars.
The newcomers were the aliens who were trying to integrate into Earth society in the Alien Nation film and TV series. They weren’t popular, however, with hairdressers.
Another “closely shaved” character rather than actually bald, Agatha’s allowed on the list because of the Ripley factor. But there’s no denying that severely cropped actress Samantha Morton has a weird, unearthly beauty as the future-seeing precog.
Another Ripley-factor straggler, Furiosa became fuzzy-headed when actress Charlize Theron had a brainwave after the filmmakers has tried everything from platinum hair to a ponytail to differentiate her character from the “wives”. “I had done a press junket. My hair was really fried. And I had a night where I thought, ‘You know what? What if we just shave it?’” recalled Theron. “I wasn’t fully convinced, so I called George. I probably woke him up at 3 am, and I said, ‘What do you think about this idea?’ And he was just really quiet. And then I could hear him breathe. It was like he took a deep breath. And I took that as a positive. Then I found out he was concerned about the shape of my head.” After Miller gave his tentative go-ahead, Theron borrowed clippers from a friend and started shaving her own head. When she was finished, she sent a selfie to Miller, who texted her back: “Awesome, Furiosa.”
Dementia is a nanny hired by Cousin Itt and Margaret to take care of their baby, What. Uncle Fester takes an immediate shine to her.