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People don't know what they want most of the time until you show it to them.
~ Raymond Sellars

Raymond Sellars is the CEO of OmniCorp and the main antagonist of the 2014 film remake of RoboCop. He is a ruthless, relentless and calculating businessman and a powerful tycoon.

He is portrayed by Michael Keaton, who also portrays Beetlejuice, Carter Hayes, Chick HicksKen and Vulture in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


Sellars serves as the CEO of OmniCorp, and he supervises the transformation of the injured Officer Alex J. Murphy into the crime-fighting cyborg RoboCop. Although he does not bear any genuine malice against RoboCop initially, he gradually sees him as less of a man and more of a product. He is eventually shot to death by Murphy on the rooftop of the OmniCorp headquarters in downtown Detroit during a climactic showdown.


Sellars was an intelligent and very savvy businessman. He was canny and sneaky in his approach to dealing with people and he was also shown to be extremely ruthless in dealing with anybody who opposed him. However, he was not malevolent at first. Initially Sellars was more of a typical corporate executive, simply wanting to sell his company's products to the American government but as he increasingly toyed with Murphy's free will to make him perform better, he lost more and more of his morality and eventually decided to murder him.