Part of me considered writing this post in first person for a fourth wall gag, but I don't think it'd come across all too well.
Name: Wade Wilson
Experience: 100 (Legendary)
Power Level: Street Fighter with Super Karma (35 PP)
Agility d12; Smarts d8; Spirit d8; Strength d10; Vigor d8
Pace 6; Parry 8; Charisma –2; Toughness 6
Hindrances: Delusional (m—4th Wall Breaker), Overconfident, Ugly, Vengeful (M).
Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers), Luck, Acrobat, Fast Healer, Harder to Kill, Strong Willed, Commando, Marksman, Elan, Two-Fisted, Dodge, Frenzy, Quick Draw.
Skills: Climbing d4, Fighting d10, Intimidation d6, Notice d6, Shooting d12+1, Stealth d8, Streetwise d6, Taunt d10, Throwing d12.
Inventory: Katana ×2 (Str+d6, +d10 on a Raise), Desert Eagle ×2 (15/30/60, 2d8, AP 2, Semi-Auto, 7 Shots). As an aside, I use these katana stats because it's more accurate to the actual capabilities of the weapon; you can use the stats out of the book if you want (Str+d6+2, AP 2).
- Ageless (1): Enhanced healing factor.
- Immune to Poison/Disease (2): Enhanced healing factor.
- Leaping (1): Level 1. Leaps 2" vertically, 4" horizontally.
- Regeneration (12): Level 5, rolls to heal every round. Recovery, Regrowth. Limitation (–1, Permanent Injuries heal at Level 2).
- Speed (4): Pace 12. Catch and Throw.
- Super Attribute (4): Agility +1, Strength +1.
- Super Edge (8): Acrobat, Fast Healer, Harder to Kill.
- Super Skill (3): Shooting +2, Throwing +1.
Since treatments couldn't help, he turned to a shady program that triggered mutant powers in people, hoping that they might be able to cure him. The program turned out to be privately funded and inhumane, and after an ungodly amount of torture and stress, they triggered a mutation in Wade that increased his strength, coordination, accuracy, and gave his cells the ability to heal from anything. Anything. Unfortunately, this had the rather nasty side-effect of distorting his flesh, making him look like a monster.
Wade managed to escape, destroying the facility, and went after the man that ruined his face. This year-long hunt for Francis pushed his skills to the limit, getting him to acquire a costume and lots and lots of guns—he just keeps on forgetting them. He acquired his personal motto (maximum effort) and went on a spree, killing more than 40 men in his quest for vengeance.
He's also notable for being completely and utterly aware of his existence within the big screen, spending a large portion of his movie speaking directly to the audience (and, if he ever shows up in your game world, is probably going to talk directly to your players.