Most Popular Characters
David Nolan is a noble fairy tale prince with the heart of a hero, regardless of whether he can remember his past or not. See him in Once Upon a Time.
Success for Eggsy Unwin means joining Kingsman, and failure could mean death. See him in Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Once described as a "beautiful, tropical fish," Ann Perkins exudes warmth, and unlike most of her friends she also has common sense. See her in Parks and Recreation.
Kevin Khatchadourian is a disturbed, affect-less teen on a dark path. See him in We Need to Talk About Kevin.
Victor Frankenstein can create life, so he's pretty awesome if he says so himself. See him in Frankenstein.
Often on the verge of a nervous breakdown, Annie Edison nevertheless manages to be the brain of the Greendale study group. See her in Community.
James Gordon happens to be the one guy in Gotham City with proper morals who doesn't also run around in a cape. See him in The Dark Knight.
Goh Peik Lin is funny, unfiltered, and a fiercely supportive friend. See her in Crazy Rich Asians.
N'Jadaka is a righteous man with a violent agenda. See him in Black Panther.
Beth March is the glue that holds her family together. See her in Little Women.
Facing off-the-charts murder, drugs, and teenage heartbreak in Riverdale, Betty Cooper pursues justice with help from her friends. See her in Riverdale.
Sensual, wild, and with a penchant for controlled substances, Lily is a ballet dancer who isn't afraid to let loose. See her in Black Swan.
Charismatic, sociopathic, and dramatic, Charlie Bronson wants nothing more than to be famous. See him in Bronson.
There must be quite a lot of fellows who haven't got anybody to bring them tea in the morning. Bertie Wooster is lucky to have his valet, Jeeves. See him in Jeeves and Wooster.
Charlie is a Type A theater director dealing with something out of his control: a painful divorce. See him in Marriage Story.
A free-spirited girl, Kim doesn't judge by appearances. See her in Edward Scissorhands.
Daphne Blake's unfailing enthusiasm keeps the team's morale up even as they're battling evil spirits and other ghouls. See her in Scooby-Doo.
Tom Haverford is set on being a world-renowned entrepreneur who dates models. Problem is, he's stuck in Indiana with a lazy business partner. See him in Parks and Recreation.
It's impossible to say whether Winifred Burkle is cuter than she is smart, or vice versa. See her in Angel.
Sometimes being a supportive girlfriend like Ophelia doesn't work out too well. See her in Hamlet.
King Schultz is about as color-blind as a man of his era can be. See him in Django Unchained.
Tattoos, bad boys, and heroin: Jane Margolis is learning that some vices are more dangerous than others. See her in Breaking Bad.
Intelligent Adele is soft spoken yet brimming with emotion. See her in Blue is the Warmest Color.
Roxie Hart can shoot for the stars even from behind bars. See her in Chicago.