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"Do you think God knew what He was doing when He created woman? Huh? No shit. I really wanna know. Or do you think it was another one of His minor mistakes like tidal waves, earthquakes, floods? You think women are like that? S'matter? You don't think God makes mistakes? Of course He does. We all make mistakes. Of course, when we make mistakes they call it evil. When God makes mistakes, they call it... nature. So whaddya think? Women... a mistake... or did he do it to us on purpose!?!"
Darryl Van Horne[src]
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Darryl Van Horne
Type: Demon
Gender: Male
Base of operations: Eastwick, Massachusetts
First: The Witches of Eastwick (1987)
Actor: Jack Nicholson
Paul Gross

Darryl Van Horne was the central antagonist of John Updike's 1984 novel The Witches of Eastwick. The book was made into a film in 1987 featuring famed character actor Jack Nicholson in the role of the impish devil. Michael Siberry played the part of Van Horne in the 1992 The Witches of Eastwick television movie. The movie was intended as a pilot for a regular series, but was never picked up. In 2010, the ABC network aired a short-lived Eastwick television series loosely based on Updike's book. This time around, the character was played by Paul Gross. He was a credited cast member and appeared in all thirteen episodes of the series.

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  • Deadwood star Ian McShane played the part of Darryl Van Horne in the original London musical production of The Witches of Eastwick.

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