Most Popular Characters
There's more to this sweet, caring landlady than meets the eye. See her in Sherlock.
Galina Reznikov is the head chef of prison, cooking up meals as well as storms on anyone who dares to cross her; even the guards are terrified of her. See her in Orange Is The New Black.
Jessica Rabbit isn't bad. She's just drawn that way. See her in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
Ishmael is a quiet observer on a larger-than-life quest. See him in Moby Dick.
Nicky Nichols just wants to settle down with a nice girl, but being in prison is making that a little difficult. See her in Orange Is The New Black.
Davos Seaworth is steadfast, intelligent, and trustworthy, which are hard traits to find in a place like Westeros. See him in Game of Thrones.
How is angel Aziraphale supposed to stop the apocalypse when Hell's forces misplaced the Antichrist somewhere? See him in Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch.
Jasmine dreams of something more than palace life, and she's not afraid to go get it. See her in Aladdin.
Nick Carraway is the perfect observer: always there for the events, but never too involved. See him in The Great Gatsby.
Christine Daae has been secretely taking lessons from a phantom musician. It sounded less creepy in her head. See her in The Phantom of the Opera.
Prim and proper Allie Hamilton was raised to follow the rules. But she's got a fiery rebellious side too. See her in The Notebook.
Charlie Bucket may be down-on-his-luck, but his spirits are always sky high. See him in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
The brilliant Mona Vanderwaal is proof that undergoing an "extreme makeover" isn't always a good thing. See her in Pretty Little Liars.
Born and raised in the darkness, Bane is determined to have the city totally under his control so that he can demolish it. See him in The Dark Knight.
Klaus Baudelaire's photographic memory saves the lives of his siblings many times over. See him in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Jean-Baptiste Grenouille may have a phenomenal sense of smell, but he has a weak sense of morality. See him in Perfume: The Story of a Murderer.
Bran Stark discovered a scandelous family secret. He swore to keep quiet but soon found himself on the receiving end of attempted murder. See him in Game of Thrones.
As Marlena Rosenbluth is finding out, confidence in the limelight doesn't always translate to power at home. See her in Water for Elephants.
A man of the court, Lord Varys knows how to manipulate it better than anyone. See him in Game of Thrones.
Petyr Baelish's main assets? A sharp mind, deep pockets, and no scruples. See him in Game of Thrones.
Dallas Winston is headed down a dangerous, criminal road. See him in The Outsiders.
A brave "Young Wolf," Robb Stark has never lost a battle. See him in Game of Thrones.
Honest, true, and just, Ned Stark is a good man. Unfortunately, those traits are not assets in Westerosi politics. See him in Game of Thrones.
A brave but pessimistic nobleman, Boromir knows one does not simply walk into Mordor. See him in The Lord of the Rings.