Dorian Gray is the secondary antagonist in the 2003 film The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.

He is portrayed by Stuart Townsend.


Dorian is a very smug man who cannot be injured and doesn't even age, due to a cursed portrait of himself that ages each year instead of him. However, to gaze upon the portrait would strip him of his immortal powers. Originally a member of the League as recruited by M (who is actually the terrorist known as Fantom, the reason the League was formed in the first place) and the former lover of team member Mina Harker, Dorian is later revealed to be a double agent working for the Fantom in order to instigate the Fantom's plans for a world war.

When the League locate the Fantom's fortress in the Asiatic Arctic, Mina confronts Dorian and, after fighting him, finally defeats him by forcing him to look at his magical portrait. Dorian screams in terror as the portrait reverts back to its original form and Dorian begins rapidly aging instead, before disintegrating into dust.