Because you like C. Carwood Lipton in Band of Brothers

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Sophie Hatter
1540

Once a lonely hat maker, Sophie Hatter is now cleaning goo from bathtubs and cooking breakfast for the grumpiest wizard in all the land. See them in Howl's Moving Castle.

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Alphonse Elric
1672

A gentle alchemist who is soul-bound to a giant suit of armor, Alphonse Elric is growing into the responsibility handed to him. See them in Fullmetal Alchemist.

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Princess Leia
3907

Princess-turned-General Leia Organa is a sharp, fearless royal who gets herself into trouble and fights her way out of it. See them in Star Wars Series.

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John Watson
3896

John Watson is haunted by his past (who isn't) but he's starting to branch out with some help from a world class detective. See them in Sherlock.

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Will Graham
1947

With a unique ability to empathize with killers, Will Graham helps society but his sanity pays the price. See them in Hannibal.

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Chihiro
1881

Growing up isn't easy: Chihiro's parents turned into pigs, she's enslaved at a bathhouse for demons, and oh yeah, she's fading from existence. See them in Spirited Away.

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Dean Winchester
5971

It's hard to tell if Dean Winchester cares more about saving the world or his 1967 Chevy Impala. See them in Supernatural.

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Cristina Yang
1881

With a brilliant mind, an insane level of confidence, and a penchant for drunken dancing, Cristina Yang is a force to be reckoned with. See them in Grey's Anatomy.

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Ron Swanson
1898

Ron Swanson is the man's man's man's man. See them in Parks and Recreation.

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Penny
2131

Although Penny's friends have genius-level IQs, they regularly come to her for advice and insight. See them in The Big Bang Theory.

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Michael Scott
1937

Arguably the world's worst boss, Michael Scott is desperate for love, praise and a suggestion for an improv scene. See them in The Office.

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Rick Grimes
2127

When the going gets tough, Rick Grimes gets tougher. It's a very useful trait when the world goes to hell. See them in The Walking Dead.