Also debatable for this list is the Jedi-hunting bounty hunter, Aurra Sing. But does just standing there during the podrace in The Phantom Menace actually count as originating in the movies? It wasn't until the "Outlander" story arc, which began in Dark Horse's Star Wars #7 (June 1999), that we saw any sort of personality from the character, as she aimed to take out a Force-sensitive Tusken Raider.
Lucasfilm had big plans for Sing during the prequel era, so it's no wonder that she found herself as a playable character in Demolition, Luxoflux's knockoff of its own Vigilante 8, which itself was a knockoff of Twisted Metal. But that's pretty much it. Other than appearing as a boss in the forgettable The New Droid Army (Game Boy Advance, 2002 – which you surely just learned exists) and sharing a level with other bounty hunters in Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (2011), video games haven't had much Sing about them.