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"Don't make me throw you outta here, Thad. You don't need to make a scene."
―Sid Sivana to Thaddeus Sivana[src]

Sidney "Sid" Sivana was Thaddeus Sivana's brother and tormenter. He later became a member of the board of directors in Sivana Industries and was killed by his vengeful brother.

Biography[]

Early life[]

In 1974, young Thaddeus was transported to the Rock of Eternity to be chosen as the champion of the wizard Shazam, but was rejected due to not being pure of heart and sent back. Thad, confused, yelled and caused his father to crash the car and become crippled, and Sid blamed Thad for the incident.[1]

Later life[]

Sid grew up and went on to join his father in Sivana Industries, becoming a member of the board of directors.[1]

Death[]

Thaddeus, after gaining his powers from the Seven Deadly Sins, entered a board meeting, confronting his father about the incident. Sid stopped him and threatened to throw Thad out. Thad then asked Sid to ask the Magic 8 Ball what his chances were of throwing him out. Thaddeus then proceeded to grab Sid with his new-found strength and throw him out the window to his death.[1]

Personality[]

Sid Sivana was a very mean, sadistic, rude and abusive brother to Thaddeus. He is usually very fearful when his father would lose his temper. Sid's abuse towards Thaddeus would later become his undoing as Thaddeus had thrown Sid out the window to his death as payback for the years of torment he put on Thaddeus.

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Behind the Scenes[]

  • Alain Moussi was a stunt double for Wayne Ward in the role of Sid Savana.
  • In an alternate scene where Sivana massacres his family in the family mansion, Sid is killed by Sivana via electrocution. In this scene an unknown actor plays the adult Sid Sivana.
    • The junior novel adapts this scene instead of the one in the film and describes Sid as 50. However, the description does not fit with either the opening scene in the film or the alternate deleted opening which both show Sid as being older than 6 years old in 1974. As such, it is assumed that the reference is merely a mistake.

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