[Diane walks in. There are hundreds of Make-Your-Own-Plane-Kits stacked on top of each other. Each kit reads: “No I said I’d like to make a complaint do not send me those kits why would you even sell kits like that it’s 2016 this is the last time I’ll be calling you goodbye.”]
Tenors are mostly good guys and mostly leading men or ingenues - hence the Tenor Boy trope. There are a couple of villainous tenors and also a few character tenors. Because most people’s voices deepen as they age, there are few tenor roles for men over forty, although Jean Valjean from Les Misérables (one of the rangiest tenor roles in popular musical canon) is usually played by a middle-aged man.